Bear Paw Sentinal                                                                     Wednesday, October 7, 1981

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DEL TRULSON

  Del Trulson, 87, well known former Hill County resident, died recently in a

Great Falls hospital after a long illness.

  Trulson was born in Britt, Iowa and came to Montana in 1910 with his foeter

parents, Mr & Mrs Charley Thomas. They engaged in farming at Kremlin.

  Trulson started work as a postal clerk in 1918 at Havre. He worked here six

years then moved to Fresno where he operated a small grocery store and was

postmaster for 20 years.

  He and Ida Sohm were married in Havre in August 1927.

  The couple moved to Kremlin in 1941 and Trulson continued his grocery

business there and later was named postmaster.

  He retired in 1964 and moved to Great Falls in 1968.

  Survivors include three children, John O. Trulson, Kremlin; Mrs Harold

(Remona) Beck, Great Falls and Mrs T. (Beverly) Hietert, Havre; 12

grandchildren and four great grandchildren.

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Havre Daily News                                                                       Wednesday, October 7, 1981

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DEL TRULSON

  Del Trulson, 87, well known former Hill County resident, died recently in a

Great Falls hospital after a long illness.

  Trulson was born in Britt, Iowa and came to Montana in 1910 with his foeter

parents, Mr & Mrs Charley Thomas. They engaged in farming at Kremlin.

  Trulson started work as a postal clerk in 1918 at Havre. He worked here six

years then moved to Fresno where he operated a small grocery store and was

postmaster for 20 years.

  He and Ida Sohm were married in Havre in August 1927.

  The couple moved to Kremlin in 1941 and Trulson continued his grocery

business there and later was named postmaster.

  He retired in 1964 and moved to Great Falls in 1968.

  Survivors include three children, John O. Trulson, Kremlin; Mrs Harold

(Remona) Beck, Great Falls and Mrs T. (Beverly) Hietert, Havre; 12

grandchildren and four great grandchildren.

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Great Falls Tribune                                                                        Saturday, October 2, 1981

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DEL TRULSON

  Del Trulson, 87, well known former Hill County resident, died recently in a

Great Falls hospital after a long illness.

  Cremation has taken place. Rosary will be recited at Chapel of the Chimes in Great Falls at 7 p.m. today and a memorial service will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Chapel of the Chimes.

  Trulson started work as a postal clerk in 1918 at Havre. He worked here six

years then moved to Fresno where he operated a small grocery store and was

postmaster for 20 years.

  He and Ida Sohm were married in Havre in August 1927.

  The couple moved to Kremlin in 1941 and Trulson continued his grocery

business there and later was named postmaster.

  He retired in 1964 and moved to Great Falls in 1968.

  Survivors include three children, John O. Trulson, Kremlin; Mrs Harold

(Remona) Beck, Great Falls and Mrs T. (Beverly) Hietert, Havre; 12

grandchildren and four great grandchildren.

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