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The Western Star, October 4, 1984.

Rolland H. Trummel

Funeral services for Rolland H. Trummel were at 2 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 22, 1984, at Hood Mortuary Chapel with Rev. Dan I. Purcell officiating.

Trummel died Tuesday, Sept. 18, 1984 in Denver, Colo., from a heart attack he suffered on Monday. He was 67.

He was born May 13, 1918 in Wilmore and had lived in Durango, Colo., since 1937. He was a heavy equipment mechanic and had worked for LaPlata County, El Paso Natural Gas Co., Archie Bodo and Burnett Construction. He was a World War II veteran and a member of American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars.

Survivors are his wife, Pricilla Trummel, Durango, Colo., whom he married in 1973; stepchildren, Bruce Burnett of Durango and Linda Burnett of Phoenix, Ariz.; brothers, Robert Trummel of Medicine Lodge and Kenneth Trummel of Coldwater; a sister, Evelyn Helm of Dodge City, and a grandson, Andrew Burnett.

Rolland Trummel, who has been in the hospital in Colorado, was able to leave the hospital Sunday. -- The Wilmore News, July 9, 1937.

Also see:

Orda Franklin "Ord" Trummel, father of Rolland H. Trummel.

Sgt. Ernest Trummel, USAAF, KIA, January 5, 1944., brother of Rolland H. Trummel.

Alva Trummel, paternal uncle of Rolland H. Trummel.

Weldon Emil Trummel, first cousin of Rolland H. Trummel.

Kenneth Franklin Trummel, brother of Rolland H. Trummel.

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