Kathleen M. Trebing, a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, passed away peacefully on October 22, 2023, in North Babylon, NY. She was born on May 4, 1949, in Jamaica, NY to her adoring parents Thomas and Irene Nappi.
Kathleen's life was a reflection of love and dedication to her family and friends. Her warm and compassionate nature touched the lives of all those who had the privilege of knowing her. Kathleen's passing leaves a void that will be difficult to fill as her kindness had no bounds.
Richard Trebing was fortunate enough to have shared a beautiful life journey with Kathleen as her beloved husband. Together they created a home filled with love and laughter. Richard will forever cherish the memories they made during their years together.
Kathleen will also be remembered for her dedication to being an exceptional mother. Steve (Stacy) and Nancy were blessed to call Kathleen their mother. Her unconditional love nurtured them into the remarkable individuals they are today. Kathleen's guidance and unwavering support shaped their lives and will continue to inspire them in the future.
As a grandmother, Kathleen embraced each moment spent with her five grandchildren. She showered them with love and delighted in witnessing their growth and accomplishments over the years. Her patience and understanding created everlasting bonds that will be treasured by her grandchildren throughout their lives. Two great-grandchildren brought immense joy into Kathleen's world. Their innocent laughter brought warmth to her heart and filled her days with happiness. She marveled at the wonderment that flowed through their young souls.
Kathleen's legacy extends beyond just her immediate family; she leaves behind cherished memories among a host of extended family members and friends who were fortunate enough to have known her generous spirit.
As we reflect on Kathleen M. Trebing's life, we remember her as a beacon of light—a woman who lived with grace, kindness, and boundless love for her family and friends. Her memory will forever be etched in our hearts.