Albert Troppy Death, Obituary – One of the 19 kids Anton and Annie Troppy welcomed into the world on June 9, 1938 in Willacy County was Albert Edward “Pee Wee” Troppy, a resident of Lewisville and Lasara. “Pee Wee” was given to him as a moniker. He was given the nickname “Pee Wee,” which has become synonymous with him. On Sunday, December 18, 2022—the 18th—”Pee Wee” died in a calm and serene manner. Among those he leaves behind are his wife Linda, his children Drew, Debbie, Christopher Troppy, and Carolyn Walsh, his granddaughters and great-grandchildren, as well as his siblings Dorothy Heiling of Beaumont and Herman of Willacy County.

He was Linda’s husband. He also leaves behind his children Drew, Debbie, Christopher Troppy, and Carolyn Walsh. Pee Wee attended Lyford and LaSara as well as other universities. He served in the US Air Force for a total of four years, and during that time he was assigned to the cities of Fairbanks, Alaska; Cheyenne, Wyoming; and Wichita Falls, Texas. He worked the property in Willacy County as a farmer until he ultimately retired early in 2006. When he was a little child, he enrolled in St. Anthony’s Catholic Church in Raymondville, and he remained a member there for the remainder of his life.

He served in a variety of capacities at the church, including altar boy, lector, Eucharistic minister, and usher. Additionally, he looked after the church’s grounds and assisted the priest in a number of other roles as needed. He left in the year 2010, which. He was the kind of person who frequently offered assistance before being requested by a friend or stranger, regardless of whether they had asked for it. He and Linda were married on November 27, 1964, and they have been cohabiting as a contented married couple for the past 58 years.

The viewing will take place in St. Anthony’s Catholic Church in Raymondville, Texas, located at 464 S. 1st Street, on Wednesday, December 21, 2022 from 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. There will start a rosary at six o’clock. On Thursday, December 22, 2022, at 10:00 a.m., a Funeral Mass will be celebrated at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church following the passing of the deceased. The American Legion Post #390 will preside over a ceremony at the graveside in the LaSara Cemetery following this, which will include a presentation of military honors.