Vince Trusty obituary - 1946
of effective, Mrs. Arnold Viigient Trusty Vincent Joseph Trus'y, a^e years, 24 days, passed away at home on May 2, 1946, of a attack. He was born at Albert Lea, Minn., April 4, 1897, the son George v Trusty and Wmiired Smith. At the age ot three the family moved to Ft. Dodge and there he grew to manhood. He served in the United States army in World War I. On Nov. 1920 he was united in marriage Miss Verna Kane of Ft. Dodge, :md to this union was born children. Trusty worked as an automobile mechanic until coming to Oelwein in March 1936; in of the same year he went to as a diesel mechanic for the Western railroad where he continued to work until the time I his death. He leaves to mourn his loss, wife, three daughters and four sons, who are: Mrs. Harry Schneider of Fayette; Miss Helen of Rocktord, Lt. Richard Trusty of Sherman, Texas; Pvt. Gene Trusty oi Scott Field, 111., Jack, Jimrrue and at v home. His mother, Mrs. Winifred Trusty of Ft. Dodge, la , brother, Ed Trusty of Savanna, 111., and two giandsons, Mi heal and Duane Schneider of Fayette. Military funeral sei vices weie conducted from Sacred Heart church with a Requiem High Mass Mass at 9:00 a. m., Father E. J. O'Hagan officiating Music was furnished by the Sacied Heart choir, of which he was member, with Sister M. Leo at the organ Two solos were sun by John Dahl, "Veni Jesu" and "Oh What Could My Jesus Do More " Flower girls were Mrs. Ra Perry, Mrs. Clarence Steffen, Margaret McNamara, and Miss Joan Heck. Alden Porter, L. O. Kuper, Christensen, Max Jensen, Albert Werdel. and Emmet O'Brien acted as pall bearers.