So sorry to hear about your dad. Ruth Ann Peters told me you were in town and passed along your contact info.
I remember your dad so well and remember seeing him at the stadium. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Lou Ann (SPEARLY) Kloss
Dear Triebold Family,
On behalf of the members and Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania Association of Arson Investigators, I send our deepest sympathy to the Triebold family. The PAAI is aware of the type of man that Buzz was and his presence will be missed. Please let us know if there is anything that the PAAI can assist with during this sorrowful time. With sincerest sympathy,
To the Triebold and Dreibelbis families, my reference to Pine Hall Cemetery as the Triebold/Corl cemetery should have said Dreibelbis/Corl cemetery aka Pine Hall Cemetery because there are so many resting there from these two families. My apologies, please.
Again my sincere sympathy on behalf of my parents, Dave and Frances (Corl) Randolph, who have both passed on but knew Buzz and Anne from many years ago.
Sincere condolences to the Triebold family. I never knew "Buzz", but he and the Triebold family were spoken of many times by my parents, Dave ("Curly" and Helen Randolph) and Frances Corl (Clayton and Lucy Krebs Corl) Randolph, and my relatives and ancestors at the Corl family reunions from the time I was a little girl. My mom, and her sister, Katie (Corl) Schnavely, and I spent many hours "cemetery hopping" all over Centre and Huntingdon Counties over the years, usually ending up at my Aunt Louise (Corl) Henry's house in State College where their was much reminiscing and comparing memories about our ancestors and family friends, especially those who are resting in the "Triebold/Corl Cemetery", aka Pine Hall Cemetery. Buzz and Anne Triebold were always part of the conversation. I am confident there was a "buzz" in the cemetery and much rejoicing in Heaven when Buzz arrived. I wish I could have known this fine man and his family. Both of my parents have passed on to glory and their bodies are resting in Pine Hall. God's blessing and comfort to all of you. Heaven has gained another angel.
I am sure he will be missed by many. Rest in peace.
Celia and Dana Mortensen
Dear Steve and Dottie,
So sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. I remember every time we walked past his office on campus we would see a big hand waving to us through the window. Some of my fondest memories of St. Paul's are standing beside your dad during the hymns. I loved hearing his booming bass (singing the bass line, by the way). It seemed the floorboards actually rumbled, even through the carpet! I also remember once while on retreat at White Deer, we were playing field hockey (with wooden sticks.) He played goalie,bare-handed! We were impressed! Buzz will be sorely missed, but most fondly remembered.
Buzz was a special and caring safety professional and friend. He was always straight up and a great mentor. Most of my contacts were through the Campus Safety Association and he served that organization tirelessly. May God provide comfort Buzz's family during this difficult time.
Dear Steve and Family,
I am so sad to learn of your Dad's death. Buzz was a wonderful, caring, and honest man of integrity at PSU. He was not only a colleague but a dear friend. May he rest in peace. Best regards,
My condolences to the whole. I am Dave Stormer's son. He and Buzz worked together on campus for decades; dad was in charge of the police services when he started in '73 and eventually University Safety...
Buzz and dad took me hunting (quail) some place Buzz knew about & he let me use one of his shotguns...a double barrel 8 gauge, as I recall. It was huge. Somehow, they both neglected to tell me that there were two triggers and that the set was kind of light. When the quail...or grouse, maybe? flushed from the thicket, I was totally unprepared, didn't have the butt seated firmly against my shoulder and hit both triggers. I thought I dislocated my shoulder and fractured my tailbone. It eventually bruised real good...thought Buzz & dad were going to wet themselves laughing. Took me a while to see the humor, but the unexpected is a key element. May the Lord bless you all richly by bringing many warm memories to mind and may He Who is Comfort wrap you in His arms.
One of the most memorable person in our lives was "Buzz". He was such a great person that it is almost impossible to express how much we will miss him. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Steve, Howie, Kathy, Sharon, and Myke. He was such a warm and friendly person. Words cannot express our true feelings about him nor can they express the loss that all of you must feel. The world has lost a truly great man and we are proud to have known him. He was a gentleman in every sense of the world. We loved him!
It was an honor knowing Buzz. I really enjoyed his tough and charismatic personality. His thoughtful way of smiling and making a person feel special was very inspiring. I am extremely lucky to have met this wonderful man.
Buzz was my Boss & mentor for 19 years at PSU. Was like a father. So many fond memories That I will never forget.Will always hear the deep voice and him calling me "Tommy". I will miss him. Our thoughts and prayers to Steve, Sharon, Kathy, and Howie.
Buzz was my boss and mentor for 19 years at PSU. Was like a father.So many fond memories. I will Miss him. Thoughts and prayers to the family.
I am so blessed to have known Mr Buzz!
I look forward to the day when we will sit and visit together again in heaven!
My heart rejoices for him!
He is an amazing man with an amazing legacy. It doesn't get much better than that!
He is loved and missed greatly!!!
Your friend and sister in Christ at Bluewater Fitness,
Steve and Family
We were very sorry to hear of Buzz's passing.
He was such a great guy, and one that made everyone that talked to him feel very special
I will always remember his booming voice before the Penn State Football games when he addressed the EMS, and other emergency staff and presented the plans and orders of the day.
He will truly be missed in the hearts and will remain in the memories of everyone who knew him.
May God bless Buzz , and God bless his family.
Vic and Joan Wilson
Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
Myke, Sharon, and Family,
Denise and I and the girls are so sorry for your loss. We are so fortunate to have come to know Buzz and will forever cherish the happy memories we shared watching Penn State games together (and trick or treating!) Buzz was clearly a wonderful human being and his memory will live on in each of us.
Myke, Sharon, and family,
I'm very sorry for our loss in Buzz's passing. I will certainly miss his booming voice and kind heart in the office and at the gym. Buzz was such a tremendous ambassador in bringing Penn State pride and values to our little town of Niceville. The Penn State family has truly been blessed and enriched in having Buzz as part of our lives. You are certainly in our thoughts and prayers.
Buzz was known by all at Bluewater Fitness and it doesn't seem the same without his cheerful smile. God speed, Buzz, we are thinking of you.
Buzz was a great friend and wonderful man. He will truly be missed by his neighbors in Bluewater. Our prayers are with his friends and family.
Myself and the Bluewater Fitness family cannot express how much we love Buzz and how much he will be missed. God Bless you and your family
Pam and TC Herman
Buzz was a wonderful friend and coworker. He is someone I liked and respected very much. Buzz was a man of integrity. His goodness was never ending. The world would be a much better place if we had more people like Buzz. My condolences to the Triebold family.
To: Family of Buzz Tribold: We only knew him briefly,which was when we sold he and his wife in 1990, a Tiny Toy Poodle, named Cocoa. He & his wife were very fond of this dog and they were very nice people. Frank's son also worked for him at the College when he was a student. He liked him a lot also. We are very sad to think he has passed away.He is in a better place with the Lord.You all have our sympathy and may the Lord comfort you at this time with all of his memories.
My deepest sympathy on your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
My deepest sympathy to you and your family, Myke. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Our deepest sympathy on the loss of Buzz. He was truly one of the greats! He will be forever missed, but thought of often. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.
I had the distinct honor and pleasure of working for Buzz in the University Safety office at Penn State. He was so much more than a great boss – he was a truly wonderful mentor for whom I had the utmost respect. I will be forever grateful for the opportunity to have known a man of such outstanding character.
It is with deep sorrow we learn of Buzz's passing. I first met Buzz when I joined the Student Division of the old Dept. of Security in the early 70s. Buzz was ever the friend and supporter throughout the next 40 year of association in University Safety. He will be sorely missed.
Howie, Sharon, and family,
I am sorry to hear of your dad's passing. He had an interesting and fulfilling life touching many people. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Very Simply, Buzz was one of the best human beings i have ever met. Sadly, this world lost a gentleman, a kind and honest man and a great human being. Buzz, thank you for always making me feel welcome.
Dear Dottie, Steve, Brandi & Tucker--
So sorry for the loss of your father & grandfather. May your fond and happy memories of him alleviate at least a little of your sadness as you mourn this loss.
-Nancy, Nick, Max, & Abby English
So sorry to learn of Buzz' passing. He was my dad's, John Meckley's boss at Penn State. Dad loved him, and his job in Safety. They will have a good time when they meet in Heaven.
Denise Meckley Hosterman
Dear Triebold Family,
Our Deepest sympathy on the passing of Buzz. Know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers. I have fond memories of him from my youth. He worked with my uncle Budd Dreibelbis at Shoemaker Trucking.
Doran & Jo Dreibelbis