Vilma H. (Renken) Trimper, age 89

of Quincy

Vilma H. (Renken) Trimper, age 89

Vilma H. (Renken) Trimper, age 89, of Quincy, formerly of Sudbury, died, Monday, November 23, 2020, at Boston Medical Center.

Vilma was born in Somerville, raised and educated in Quincy. She was a graduate of Quincy High School. She had lived in Quincy for the past nineteen years, previously in Sudbury for thirty-five years.

Vilma was employed as a secretary for the John Hancock Life Insurance Company in Boston for fifteen years. She met her husband, Robert, while working there.

She was a longtime volunteer and supporter of The Home for Little Wanderers.

Most of all, Vilma was devoted to her family, actively supporting their activities and accomplishments.

Beloved wife for fifty years of the late Robert T. Trimper.

Devoted mother of R. Christopher Trimper and his wife Maureen of Merrimack, N.H., and the late Jacqueline A. Trimper.

Loving grandmother of Matthew R. Trimper, Andrew B. Trimper, and Sean C. Trimper.

Dear sister of the late Clifford T. Renken, U.S.N., Ret. and his surviving wife Barbara.

Vilma is also survived by several nieces and nephews.

At the request of the family, funeral services are private.

For those who wish, donations in Vilma’s memory may be made to The Home for Little Wanderers, Attn: Development, 10 Guest Street, Boston, MA 02135.

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  • Chris, Maureen, Andrew, Sean, and Matt,
    I’m so sorry to hear about Vilma’s passing. Dennis and I have so many memories of spending good times with Bob and Vilma (aka Uncle Bob and Auntie Vilma to Evan, Justin, and Nick). As I told Justin about her passing he vividly remembers how Auntie always brought over M’s for the boys every time she visited which was quite often. And Nick remembering how she was here when he got his tonsils out and was comforting him. And Dennis and I remembering all the Christmas Eve’s, trips up to NH and important milestones that she and your father helped us celebrate.
    Vilma was like a mother to me and was a very loving and supportive presence in my life. She will be always and forever in my heart.
    Our prayers and condolences to your family at this very difficult time.
    With love, Dennis, Lisa, Evan, Justin, and Nick.

  • Vilma was such a wonderful, loving person.. while living at Atrua, she became one of my very special friends. Being the nurse there, we developed a special bond.
    My condolences on your loss