FANWOOD, NJ -- Margaret A. Trigo (nee Bucco), 56, of Scotch Plains, peacefully passed at her home surrounded by her loving family early Sunday morning.

The Visitation will be at the Rossi Funeral Home (1937 Westfield Ave. Scotch Plains) from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 30, 2020. Masks are required and social distancing must be practiced. The Funeral Mass will be 10:00 a.m. on Friday, July 31, at St. Bartholomew the Apostle Church, Scotch Plains.

** The Capacity during Covid 19 for St Bartholomew the Apostle Church is 110, no one will be allowed admittance to the church until the immediate family has arrived, once the church has reached capacity, no more admittance will be allowed.* The Interment will follow at Holy Name Cemetery, Jersey City. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Margaret's memory to : St Jude Children's Research Hospital 501 St Jude Pl. Memphis, TN 38105.

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Margaret was born in Jersey City, and settled to Scotch Plains in 1989. A graduate of St. Peter’s University, Jersey City, with a B.A. in Business, she also received her Cosmetology Certification from the Natural Motion Beauty School, Jersey City. For over 30 yrs, she was a Suite Captain at Met Life Stadium and Prudential Center. Margaret was a devoted, loving wife and mother, who enjoyed vacationing with her family at the Jersey shore, Aruba, and various other Caribbean Islands.

Margaret is survived by her devoted husband of 27 years, Richard Trigo; her loving sons Dante and Dionisio; her two brothers Jack Bucco and wife, Leila, and Joseph Bucco and wife, Rita; her two cousins who were like sisters to Margaret, Jacquelin Strang and Donna Sommo; her nieces and nephews Samuel, Anthony, Francesca, and Fiona; her brother-in-law John Trigo and wife Yvette, and her sister-in-law Dolores Clemente and husband Frank.

Please note: The capacity during COVID-19 for St Bartholomew the Apostle Church is 110. No one will be allowed admittance to the church until the immediate family has arrived. Once the church has reached capacity, no further admittance will be allowed.