Trish Herholdt

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  • "If late tears count, I've shed many for Trish today. Just..."
    - Nita Gary
  • "Tom and family, my deepest condolences. I have the pleasure..."
    - Jeremy
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    - Doris Roberts
  • "God Bless all of you through this difficult time. Alicia..."
    - Wendy Stanley
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    - Dr. Andrea Puddicombe
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MILFORD - Trish Herholdt passed away in her sleep on Feb. 28th. Trish's parents John and Odette Frederick pre deceased her along with two brothers, Wilson and Cole. She left behind her husband, Tom; daughter, Alicia; son, Jack; and granddaughter, Sophia to carry on in life. She is also survived by her sisters, Evelyn Guthridge of Falls Church Va., Elizabeth Frederick, and Genieve Poisson of La Rochelle, France ( the birth place of her mother Odette); Nieces, Jennifer, Amanda, Carol, Christie, Cherrie, Cindy, Lisa, Amy Kelsey; nephews, Mike, Dan, John, Wesley and a slew in France. Trish had great pride in her children and granddaughter's every accomplishment as seen by the smile on her face and in her voice whenever she spoke of them. Her current task in life is to guide her granddaughter Sophie into her teen age years by pushing her to do more. Whether on-stage, behind the scenes or in the role of Director or Producer, you always knew when Trish was involved as evidenced by the humor she possessed. She would often quote music or a line from a show only to see if those around her could follow-up with the name. It was a running game with those who loved her. The piece of her resume unfinished was to direct Hairspray. Trish was employed by By The Book, was Secretary for the Williamsville Historical Society, Tom's backup for any office he has held with the First State Harmonizers and according to her family and guests; one heck of a cook. The lights have definitely dimmed on New Street by her passing. One of her best friend Becky described her as a story teller extraordinaire and someone you could count on to make you laugh. Funeral services will be held on Friday March 7th at Rogers Funeral Home, 301 Lakeview Ave, Milford, beginning at 1:00 p.m. Friends may call at noon. A celebration of her life will be held at her home located at 603 New Street in Milford after the service. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial contributions to Wounded Warriors at

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Published in NewsZapDE on Mar. 5, 2014