Ethel J. Troike
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Ethel J. Troike

Atco - Ethel J. Troike (nee Gray), age 93, of Atco, NJ, formerly of Port Charlotte, FL, and Highland Park, NJ, passed away on Monday April 5, 2021. Beloved wife of the late Edward A. Troike. Loving mother of Nancy (Michael) Holtz, Edward (Patricia) Troike, and the late Evelyn Venarchik. Proud grandmother of Megan (Michael) Grillo, Alex (Jaime) Venarchik, Lauren (Jason) Eads, Nick (Julia) Troike, Ben (Ashley) Troike, Brie (Nick) Metzger, and Annalee (Jonathan) Curtis; great-grandmother of 9. Dear sister of the late Carole Lewis and the late Dorothy Simmons.

Ethel was born in Brooklyn, NY and was a 27-year resident of Highland Park, NJ, before moving to Port Charlotte, FL for 33 years. She loved to volunteer at several various hospitals in the Port Charlotte areas. She also loved to crochet and made many items for Project Linus and several church groups. Ethel enjoyed traveling with her late husband to Ireland and other parts of Europe.

Cremation will be held privately. Interment of cremated remains will be held at a later date in the memorial garden at St. Charles Borromeo Church, Port Charlotte, FL. Condolences may be shared at

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April 8, 2021
Ethel was a wonderful sweet,genuine lady and I was blessed to have gotten to know her. My condolences to Ed and the family especially Lauren her grandaughter, who she adored. She will be very missed at Yardley Commons. We all just spent some time remembering her.
Mandi Kayros
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