Love and memories last forever...
  • 57 years old
  • Born on March 1, 1957 .
  • Passed away on January 31, 2015 .

Gertrude Ann Matthews, affectionately known as Trudy...Born March 1, 1957- Died January 31, 2015  due to complications from Diabetes.  

Trudy was born in Philadelphia PA...lived her early years in Marlton,  NJ...moved to Stone Harbor, NJ and lived the rest of her life in the Villas,  NJ  

She is Survived by her Husband,  Alex Matthews...Two Sisters,  Helen Ladd and Kathy Collier and Brother-in-law,  Christopher Ladd.  

There is a Memorial Service in honor of Trudy's life, Sunday February 8, 2015 at 2 o' the Lighthouse Church,  Route 9,  Cape May Court House,  NJ  

Trudy loved ALL animals...she would feed all the animals in her back yard..In leui of flowers,  donations can be made to the Animal Humane Society at .

Posted by Janet Murphy on 31st January 2018
Dear Alex, Helen & Kathy Thinking of you all this 3rd anniversary of Trudy's passing. Anniversaries of deaths are always difficult but especially when someone was young. It is stated those who were in ill health are pain-free and healthy when they pass over. I hope this is some comfort to you all. PEACE
Posted by Janet Murphy on 14th February 2017
Dear Alex, Helen and Kathleen, I am so deeply, deeply sorry for the loss of Trudy. I am a cousin (Murphy side) in Philadelphia. For some reason I decided to "search" for Trudy wondering if I had the correct address when I saw this obit. She and I used to write back and forth. She was way too young. Oh, my goodness. On behalf of the Murphy family, please accept our sincere condolences. I wish you all PEACE.
Posted by L. Hand on 9th February 2015
Dear Alex, family and friends, please accept my sincere condolence for your lost of your dear loved Wife and Sibling, Gertrude. However, please have peace and comfort in knowing that Gertrude is safe in God’s memory awaiting the time to awaken from deep sleep with the prospect of LIVING FOREVER on a PARADISE EARTH in PERFECT HEALTH as described in John 5:28, 29 and Psalm 37:29. Lift your spirits from profound sorrow to great joy by viewing the bible’s comforting message found on,

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