Theresa Marie Triolo

August 1, 1923 - March 16, 2011
Theresa Marie Triolo

Theresa Marie Triolo 87, of Leland died Wednesday, March 16, 2011 at Lower Cape Fear Hospice & lifeCareCenter.

Services will be private.

The family request Memorials be sent to Lower Cape Fear Hospice 1414 Physicians Drive Wilmington, NC 28401.

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  • March 20, 2011
    Brian Triolo says:
    Grandma, You were a very loving and nurturing woman, who always put her family first and taught the rest of us what true love really was in her bond with Grandpa. You were a shining example of what the rest of us should be and now that you are watching from above, I'm sure you will continue to guide us until we can all be together again. Take care of Alvin for us. We love you Grandma and miss you.

  • March 18, 2011
    Anthony Triolo says:
    God bless you Mom. I miss you already, but I take comfort in knowing that your suffering is finally over. My biggest regret is that none of your grandchildren knew the person you were before that stroke changed you in so many ways both physically and emotionally, so many years ago. There is no way to know what you were going through all those years and perhaps Dad didn’t even know all the demons you were fighting. But, I still remember that woman, Mom. So beautiful and stylish and always dressed at the height of fashion. You would do anything for us. You provided such a beautiful home for Dad, Camille and me. You kept us well dressed and well fed. You were so creative. You could draw, craft or sew anything and you were always ready to lend a helping hand. Who can count all the class projects you helped us on, or all the nights you stayed up late sewing yet another costume for the next dance recital. Thanks for helping me memorize all those lines for all those silly school plays. You always made sure we wouldn’t embarrass ourselves and that we were always prepared. You made sure we wanted for nothing and that we had everything we needed to be successful in life. Now your life is over, but your love, caring and devotion will live on in your children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Sleep well Mom. We’ll see you again. Love, Anthony

  • March 18, 2011
    Jennifer Triolo says:
    Grandma Triolo was a special woman. I never knew her in her healthier days (before her stroke in the late 70's), but I'll always remember all the family vacations we all took together. She had the best sense of humor. She would always make me laugh. She and Grandpa had the most amazing love together. It was just beautiful. You will be missed my many, Grandma. Love you always.