Michael Thomas Truttman

  • Jun. 3, 2018 7:00 a.m.

May 7, 1955 – Jun 3, 2018
It’s with heavy hearts and sadness that we announce the passing of Mike Truttman after a year long battle with cancer. Mike passed away peacefully on the morning of June the 3rd surrounded by family and loved ones, but fought hard to the very end.

Mike is predeceased by his father William (Bobo), Mother Joyce and brothers Bill and Richard.

He leaves behind his son Mike JR, brother Bob, sister in law Mary, adoptive sister Laurie, and so many friends.

No funeral will be held, only a small celebration of life in the not to distant future.

We ask to please donate to the Canadian Cancer Society in hopes of finding the cure for cancer! 

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