To put the defining characteristics of a man of honor into words would be impossible. My grandfather, colonel Donald Trombley Sr. was that man, a man of true honor, who in his lifetime experienced extraordinary things that would be perceived as fiction if put into a storybook.
From flying his grandchildren around in endless circles until we all feel on the ground, to flying air force one solo, he was a man of action. Even in his aging years my sweet (but stern) grandmother could not slow the colonel. Constantly he was working, creating and pushing the limits of his physicality beyond what his aging body would allow.
While we may not know in this lifetime why this Washington State Cougar alum faced a decline in metal state at the end of his life, my hope is that Donald’s story of family, mental strength and love will help us all get one step closer to solving this mystery for future generations.
I appreciate the support, love and thoughtfulness of all who took the time to view this page, join this team or support the cause, nothing makes my heart swell more then working together for such a great good. We walk virtually or side by side to honor you Colonel Donald Trombley Sr.
Thank you for helping advance Alzheimer's support, care and research.
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