Trubia, Leonard, 82, of Trinity, FL died April 25, 2018. He is survived by sons, Frank Trubia, Leonard Trubia (Janet), Robert Coleman and Michael Coleman; daughter, Josephine Williams (David Champion, D.D.S.); grandchildren, Shawn, Frank, Nicole, Alyssa; great granddaughter, Gianna. Born in Italy, Leonard immigrated to the US in 1947 as a US citizen. He grew up in NYC, worked for Met Life and Prudential Insurance, was an Airport Service manager for Pan American Airways at JFK in NY and traveled much. He moved to New Port Richey, FL in 1971 where he opened La Fontana Italian Restaurant. He also worked and retired from New Port Richey Postal Service in 1995. During that time he was a Broker/Realtor for 30 years and owned two franchises with Coldwell Banker. He ran for Pasco School Board and was appointed to Pasco Housing Authority Commissioner by Governor Jeb Bush where he served for 12 years. Leonard served in the US Army as Military Police. He was married to Eileen for over 50 years. He loved life, God, family and his country. Enjoyed politics, tennis and dancing.