519 Victoria Street East
Alliston, ON L9R 1K1
Phone: 705-435-3535
Jim Trull

Jim Trull

Wednesday, March 2nd, 1949 - Thursday, March 18th, 2021
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We are very sad to say Jim passed peacefully March 18th from cancer and surgery complications. The family was able to visit which was needed by all as he had not been allowed any visitors over the last 3 weeks due to Covid restrictions.

I have a few thoughts I'd like to share. I am sad and angry that he has left us but I know he is in a better place and the pain and suffering are gone. To help get through this I have a visual image to share. I picture him sitting on a big white puffy cloud, with big puffy white wings next to his brother Chris and his long time friend Elzo. All have a rye and coke in one hand and a big juicy burger in the other. I can hear that famous laugh which we haven't heard in a while.

He was a people person. Family and friends were everything to him. Jim was incredibly proud of his kids Justin, Jamie and Jen for their achievements and the people they have become. Avryl had a special place in his heart as well. He always said she was a kind, soft spoken person who was as beautiful on the inside as the outside. Then there is Shaun (the favourite son in law). Jim would get a big laugh when Shaun would call and ask for advice on how to build or repair something. He would say, can you imagine a nuclear engineer asking a truckdriver for advice. Jim had a great respect for Shaun.

Then there are the grandkids. He loved it when they came to stay and the more chaos the better. He was truly interested in all the different activities and watching the different personalities develop. He spent a lot of time with the kids at the cottage doing cottage stuff. He thought the kids should have as many outdoor experiences as possible like boating, skiing, swimming and of course in helping with all the work involved.

Then there was the BROTHERS weekend. That was a special weekend that entailed a lot of golf, scotch and beer. Most of those details should be left to your imagination!

Friends were very important to him. Many of whom have been around for over 40 years and some more than 50 years. Over the years there have been a lot of great parties, lots of travels and adventures (some in canoes) with true fiends, Most of all there have been lots and lots of good laughs.

Because of the CRAZY world we live in today there won't be a Celebration of Life at this time. Hopefully in the summer, as per Jim's wishes, we would love it if you all grabbed a rye and coke, a big burger and reminisce over the events of the last 40 to 50 years with a lot of laughs. He will be missed but remember the pain and suffering are over and he was honoured to have had such great friends. Lets celebrate the good years.

Thanks for all of your support and prayers through all of this.

The Trull Family

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Glenn Yewer

Posted at 08:44am
Jim and I were friends through our school years and we had many good times together. He was always considered a close friend. Over time we have lost contact but he will always be remembered. Deepest condolences to the family for this loss. R.I.P.
Glenn and Mary Ann Yewer

Glenn Yewer Posted at 02:34pm

I remember a story about Jim and I from OTHS football days. We each played Guard, and on several plays set up by coach Pennock the guards would pull back from the line of scrimmage once the snap occurred and we would run - either towards the left or the right - depending on which way the play was going. In practice one day, with Pennock watching from behind the quarterback, a play was called and the guards were to pull. Not too sure who got the call wrong - doesn't matter - but Jim and I pulled, heads down and charging and we ran into each other behind the centre.! Bounced off of each other, and wound up on the ground. We both had a good laugh over this and Coach Pennock just shook his head and had a laugh as well. !

Farley Oyen Family

Posted at 05:17am
We are so sorry for your loss Sandy, Jason, Jamie and Jen. We all have so many happy memories of our times with Jim, at Raven Lake, in Florida and in Oslo. He was a faithful friend, a great cottage neighbour and always so positive and energetic. We will miss him a lot.
Love from Glen, Anne-Siri, Linn and Henrik.

Karl Neubauer

Posted at 08:58pm
The whole Neubauer family are so sorry to hear of Jim’s passing. We all have many wonderful memories of his wonderful laugh at the yearly corn roast. I heard from Steve Woolman who also has many happy memories of the Trull family amongst our Raven and Deer Lake family. God Bless Your in our thoughts and prayers.

Yvonne Parker

Posted at 06:40pm
Laughter you could hear across the lake beckoned you to join in the hospitality! Always welcomed, the best time with family and friends was at the cottage, wherever it was. Joined with Keith, the party now continues with fellowship (and a little poker and drinks). Love always Yvonne and Scott

Dave Hussey

Posted at 04:44pm
So sorry to hear of the passing of Jim. Yes we do remember that big laugh, always seemed so happy.

Laurie Vonk Posted at 08:39am

My very sincere condolences for your tremendous loss. Jamie, I am sure will keep Jim's memory and love of family and life alive in our shared grandchildren

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