Viola M. Tramontin


Viola M. Tramontin (Meyers) 97 of Fair Lawn, NJ passed away on Saturday July 14, 2018.  Born and raised in  Wallington, NJ she resided in Clifton prior to settling in Fair Lawn 48 years ago.  Viola was a member of the Fair Lawn Senior Center in Fair Lawn for many years.  She was recruited as a pitcher to play for the All-American Woman’s Professional Baseball League during World War II. An avid golfer, she enjoyed bowling, dancing and singing. Viola will be missed by all who loved her.

Prior to retiring in 1968, she was employed with Dumont Television in Clifton, NJ for 25 years.

Beloved wife of the late Julius Tramontin.  Loving and devoted mother of Lois Martini and husband Fred.  Cherished grandmother of Lori Salvatore and husband Gerry.  Adored great grandmother of Amanda, Emily and Matthew Salvatore.  Dear sister of Adele Teasdale, Phyllis Trosky and the late Harold, William and Charles Meyers, Robert, Russell and Thomas Langill, Caroline Coronado, Marjorie Saykanics and Dorothy Presti.

The family will receive relatives and friends on Saturday, July 28, 2018 10 - 11 AM with a service to follow at Vander Plaat-Caggiano Funeral Home Inc., 13-31 Saddle River Road, Fair Lawn, NJ 07410 201-797-3500.    

In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Viola may be made to the St. Jude’s Children Research Hospital, PO Box 1000, Dept 142, Memphis, TN 38148  

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I had the distinguished pleasure of briefly meeting Mrs. Viola Tramontin, she was a very funny lady. I will really miss her very much. With affection and respect for a very independent & lovely lady. Carmen T. Candella ( Senior Center)
Carmen Candella
Cynthia Thorn
Rest in peace Aunt Lola.You were the best godmother. in the world and will be missed by all .
Cynthia Thorn
You will be so missed Aunt Lola. I will miss talking to you and hearing about all the family stories and memories. Anytime anyone wanted to know anything about the family my dad always said ask Aunt Lola and you always knew the answer!
Kathy Langill
You will be missed Aunt Lola! You shared many family memories and stories.
Donna (Heverly) Stockbridge
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