Havre Daily News                                                                                   Monday, Dec 7, 1992

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John O. "Zeke" Trulson

  HAVRE - John O. (Zeke) Trulson, 64, Havre, a retired railroad track inspector

and former Kremlin resident, died Dec 4 at a Havre Hospital after a

cancer-related illness.

  A rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Holland & Bonine Chapel in

Havre with Father Jack Harrington officiating.

  A memorial Mass will be said at 11 a.m. Wednesday at St Judes Catholic Church

with Father Jack Harrington officiating.

  Inurnment of ashes will be in Highland Cemetery.

  Mr Trulson was born March 24, 1928 in Havre, the son of Del and Ida(Sohm)

Trulson. He attended school in Fresno. The family moved to Kremlin where he

attended School. He graduated fron Kremlin High School in 1946. He was a

veteran of the U.S. Army. In 1952 he went to work for Great Northern Railway

and later Burlington Northern Railroad. He was employed by the railroads 33

years.

  In 1954 at Our Lady of Ransom Catholic Church in Hingham, he married the

former Lorraine Gomke. After their marriage the couple lived in Kremlin. In1986 the couple moved to Havre, and purchased the Tip-It Bar in North Havre.

  His hobbies included fishing and his love of fireworks, which he shared with

his children and grant-children.

  He also played drums in Havre with different bands and in many Hi-Line areas.

  He was also a member St Judes Catholic Church.

  He was preceded in death by his father.

  He is survived by his wife of Havre; his mother, Ida Trulson of Havre;

daughters, Lindy Scofield of Havre; Cynthia Lee of Stevensville and Teresa

Echelard of Havre; two sisters, Remona Beck of Mesa, Ariz. and Bev Heitert of

Havre; and four grand-sons.

  Memorials may be sent to the Gift of Life, c/o Columbus Hospital, in Great

Falls.

  Holland & Bonine Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.    -end-

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!Birth: on 24 March 1928 in Havre, Hill, Montana

 

!Marriage: in 1954 to Lorraine Gomke at Our Lady of Ransom Catholic in Hingham

 

!Death: on 4 Dec 1992 in Havre, Hill, Montana at Northern Montana Hospital

 

!Burial: on 9 Dec 1992 in Havre, Hill, Montana Inurnment of Ashes at Highland

             Cemetery. Funeral at St Judes Catholic Church

 

Obituary:

Havre Daily News                                                                                    Monday, Dec 7, 1992

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John O. "Zeke" Trulson

  HAVRE - John O. (Zeke) Trulson, 64, Havre, a retired railroad track inspector

and former Kremlin resident, died Dec 4 at a Havre Hospital after a

cancer-related illness.

  A rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Holland & Bonine Chapel in

Havre with Father Jack Harrington officiating.

  A memorial Mass will be said at 11 a.m. Wednesday at St Judes Catholic Church

with Father Jack Harrington officiating.

  Inurnment of ashes will be in Highland Cemetery.

  Mr Trulson was born March 24, 1928 in Havre, the son of Del and Ida(Sohm)

Trulson. He attended school in Fresno. The family moved to Kremlin where he

attended School. He graduated fron Kremlin High School in 1946. He was a

veteran of the U.S. Army. In 1952 he went to work for Great Northern Railway

and later Burlington Northern Railroad. He was employed by the railroads 33

years.

  In 1954 at Our Lady of Ransom Catholic Church in Hingham, he married the

former Lorraine Gomke. After their marriage the couple lived in Kremlin. In

1986 the couple moved to Havre, and purchased the Tip-It Bar in North Havre.

  His hobbies included fishing and his love of fireworks, which he shared with

his children and grant-children.

  He also played drums in Havre with different bands and in many Hi-Line areas.

  He was also a member St Judes Catholic Church.

  He was preceded in death by his father.

  He is survived by his wife of Havre; his mother, Ida Trulson of Havre;

daughters, Lindy Scofield of Havre; Cynthia Lee of Stevensville and Teresa

Echelard of Havre; two sisters, Remona Beck of Mesa, Ariz. and Bev Heitert of

Havre; and four grand-sons.

  Memorials may be sent to the Gift of Life, c/o Columbus Hospital, in Great

Falls.

  Holland & Bonine Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.    -end-

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Havre Daily News                                                                       Thursday, December 10, 1992

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John O. (Zeke) Trulson

  HAVRE - John O. (Zeke) Trulson, 64, Havre, died of natural causes Dec 4 at a

Havre Hospital.

  A rosary was recited Tuesday evening at Holland & Bonine Chapel in Havre,

with Father Jack Harrington officiating.

  A memorial Mass was said Wednesday morning at St Jude's Catholic Church in

Havre with Father Jack Harrington officiating.

  Bural was in Highland Cemetery with military honors.

  The organist-soloist was Regina Gabriel. She played and sang "Be Not Afraid,"

"The Lord's Prayer" and, at the cemetery, "May The Angels Lead You Into

Paridise."

  Ray Miller played "Just a Closer Walk With Thee" and "Till We Meet Again" on

the saxophone.

  Alter servers were Joby Walker, James Gormley and Julie Hanson.

  Honorary pallbearers were all of his many friends.

  United Veterans Honor Guard members were Commander Mark Whalen; Jack Yates,

Cal Burr, El Quiring, Leonard Thackeray, Ralph Colier, Fay McDonald, Sandy

MacLean, Blair Paronto, Dick Wieweck, John Hass, Vivian Tollefson, Bob Styber

and John Simko.

  Memorials may be sent to the Gift of Life in Great Falls.

  Holland & Bonine Funeral Hone was in charge of arraingements.

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Buried-ashes- 9 Dec 1992 in Space - B, Lot - 83, Block 25  per Hill Co., Highland Cemetery Records

          Put in PAF 2 Jan 2002 by John L. Inman  "inman@jinman.org" or "jinman@mtintouch.net"

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