Domenic Tringale of Chelmsford


5558 Obit TrangaleDomenic Tringale, 63, of Chelmsford, MA died from a heart attack Saturday, June 20, 2015 in Gilford, NH.

He was married to the late Gitte Tringale for 33 years, who died in 2012.
Born in Everett, MA, he was the son of S. Richard and Anna Tringale of Stoneham, MA.

He was raised in Lexington and graduated from Lexington High School with the class of 1969.
Domenic retired in 2011 as a master electrician with the IBEW Local 103 where he worked for over 40 years.

He was a member of the IBEW Local 103, the Chelmsford Elks #2310, the American Kennel Club, the Tyngsboro Sportsmen’s Club, and the Nashua Fly Casting Association. Dom was an avid fly fisherman and excellent cook. He enjoyed the outdoors, gardening, traveling, and eating at various restaurants. Dom was a coach for the Chelmsford Little League Association for many years.

Besides his parents, he is survived by two sons, Mikael and his wife, Audrey Tringale and Daniel Tringale and his wife, Renee Bastarache all of Nashua; three brothers, Richard and his wife, Beverly Tringale of Lexington, Vincent and his wife, Aksana Tringale of CA and Daniel and his wife, Joanne Tringale of Lexington; two grandsons, Thomas and James Tringale of Nashua; two nephews, Daniel and Nicholas Tringale; a niece, Jennifer Tringale; beloved partner, Phyllis Gervais of Chelmsford; Gervais family, Greg Gervais and his girlfriend, Liz, Brian Gervais and his girlfriend, Kerry, Garret Gervais, and by his devoted dog, Skoll.

Visiting hours Tues. 3 to 7 P.M. with a prayer service at 6P.M. at the DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 106 MIDDLESEX ST. CHELMSFORD. Memorials may be made in his name to support the Laconia Fire Dept. Life Saving Fund, Water Rescue Teams and Easter Seals Program.  Mail Donations to Peter Makris Memorial Fund, Naswa, 1086 Weirs Blvd., Laconia, NH 03246. ARRANGEMENTS BY DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 978-251-4041. Guestbook at


June 30, 2015
Dolan Funeral Home


June 30, 2015
Dolan Funeral Home
  1. Pia Poulsen says:

    Dom was my only brother-in-law, married with my only and so missed sister and father to my great nephews Dan and Mike.

    I am thankful and will always remember Dom for the fabulous hospitality he always has shown to me and my Danish family, particularly to my daughters, whenever we invaded his house during more than 30 years….We could never mention anything we liked before Dom did all he could to get it for us…

    My thoughts go to Dan and Mike and Renee and Audrey – I am so sorry that I am not able to be physically present in this difficult time but hope that we in spite of the distance will be able to keep and strengthen the family bonds in the future – as well in good times as in bad times.



  2. Ken and Michelle Rodrigue says:

    Phyllis, we are so sad. We can only pray that you get through this. So much grief for you to bear. We are praying that God keeps you strong. We love you. Ken and Michelle

  3. Jason & Shannon Catizone says:

    It is with a heavy heart that we give Our deepest sympathy & condolences to your family. Out thoughts & prayers are with you all.

  4. Bill Eicher says:

    We went through Electrical training together and worked together here and there. We both had are passion for fishing that in itself kept us as friends
    Sad news about you Dom, I will see you on the water

  5. Bob & Linda Jackman says:

    Dominic was an usher in our wedding, he was a wonderful man, great friend to all and will be missed. RIP

  6. Walter J. Sorocky says:

    I met Domenic in apprenticeship school for local 103. He was one of the nicest,friendliest guys there.I am so sorry to hear of his passing. My heart felt condolences to his family God bless you all.

  7. Libby Johnson says:

    Will cherish the twenty plus Christmas eves spent with Dom, Gitte, Michael & Danny, the Tringale clan and many of their friends; time spent with you will forever hold a special place in my heart.

  8. Katie & Tanner Dinning says:

    We are so, so saddened about the news about Dom – we have known him for so many years – it is so hard to comprehend 🙁 He would come over to the lake with Skoll – it was fun to watch our dogs diving off Dave’s dock and talk about fishing, etc. – enjoyed many 4th of July’s with he & Gitte – And last year, had the pleasure of meeting Phyllis and seeing how happy they were together – our sincere condolences to the Tringale & Gervais families – he will be so missed!

    Katie & Tanner

  9. Andrea "Coletta" Burke says:

    Sorry to hear of Dom’s passing. He was one of my childhood friends, living across the street. We went to the same church and I remember him coming to my first Communion. I will always have cherished memories of our childhood when all the neighborhood kids got together for kick ball, hide and seek, and adventures into the woods that was behind their house. As we grew up and started our own families we were not in touch. About 10 years ago when Dom was working for JF White Contracting Company, as was I, our paths crossed again. It was great to reconnect for a few years before his retirement. You will be missed my friend. Andrea

  10. Regina Reis says:

    Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. Your cousin, Regina.

  11. Jotham Busfield says:

    Dom was my baseball coach when I was younger, leaving an impression on me in many ways. He was kind, an excellent teacher of the game, and had the greatest sense of humor. My thoughts go out to the Tringale and Gervais families, Dom will be greatly missed.


  12. Mick Carroll says:

    Godspeed Dom. You will be sorely missed by your TSC and Archery friends.

  13. George and Joan Tsoukalas says:

    Dom and I spent time shooting our bows and talking about fly fishing. He and I were both members of the Tyngsboro Sportmen’s Club and White Mountain Traditional Bowhunters. We so enjoyed shooting the archery course in Tyngsboro together. Dom was such a nice person. He will be sorely missed by all of us. May his memory be eternal.
    George and Joan Tsoukalas

  14. Kathy Lawless and Eric Andrus says:

    As his neighbors across the street in Chelmsford, we were very saddened to learn of Dom’s sudden passing. Please accept our sincerest sympathies and let us know if there is anything we can do at this difficult time to support and assist the family. We would be glad to help in any way.

  15. Jacques Bonin says:

    Dominic, will be sorely missed by all who knew him! Always enjoyed Dom and his beloved dog’s presence, the great fishing Dom shared with friends, the stories of places visited his enthusiasm for all types of fishing, outdoor activities the dog training sessions, his joy of life! Yes Dominic will be sorely missed! God be with you rest in peace! Your friend Jacques

  16. Bill Kass says:

    Worked with both Dom and Rich during our time with Mass Electric. Domenic was also in my LU. 103 IBEW apprentice class of 1979. We had a great working relationship and were friends at work for many years. Thoughts and prayers go out to the Tringale Family at this time of loss and sorrow. Rest in Peace my friend. Until we meet on the other side.

  17. Cindy & Ed Stark says:

    We are so sorry about Dom. We will cherish the times we had with him showing that beautiful Saint Bernard Mai Tai and others. He always brought life and laughter to every situation. Circumstances will not allow us to join you in a celebration of all Dom’s accomplishments and talents but know that our thoughts and prayers are with you.

    Ed & Cindy

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