August 15, 1942 – March 8, 2019
Troulias, James Rodger, 76 born August 15, 1942 passed away March 8, 2019, Vestavia Hills, Alabama surrounded by his family. The ravages of time and diabetes took their toll. He graduated from Phillips High School in Birmingham and attended Samford College and the University of Alabama. After working for Combustion Engineering\AAB he started his own business where he developed life long friendships. Predeceased by his parents Jewell Little and Lucian Troulias, Jr. Survived by his wife of 54 years, Katherine Estes Troulias, one sister Linda Troulias (Ben) Couch, Evans, GA, Nieces Kris Couch, Kathy (Mark) James and their children Samantha (Jasen) Cumbee, Laura James, and Scott James, very special niece and nephew Jacob B. (Jennifer) Couch, III, Vestavia Hills, Al and their children Jacob B Couch, IV, Hospkinsville, KY, Caitlynn Ashlie Couch and Jonathon Michael Couch Vestavia Hills, Al. His earlier passions for hunting, fishing, and collecting were replaced by his zeal and dedication to studying and teaching the King James Bible rightly divided. Romans 6: 6-11; John 6:63; 1 Thessalonians 14-18. Visitation will be held at Ridouts Gardendale Chapel on Wednesday, March 13, 2019 starting at 11:00 am - 1:00 pm. In lieu of flowers please make donations to the Lakeshore Foundation.
- Visitation Wednesday, March 13, 2019
March 14, 2019
All my prayers and wishes are with you at this time. Rodger was truly a character in my time of 18 years at Combustion Engineering/ABB working for and with Rodger. I have lasting memories from my first interview with Rodger, the tour of your clock museum, up to the last when you all ventured out to Trussville to watch your nephew play all-star baseball. He was definitely an inspiration to me.
God bless you.
March 13, 2019
Dear Kathy, I am so sorry to just a few minutes ago to hear of Rodger going to see all our other good friends thru the Golden Gates. You were very lucky to have had such a great guy all these years. I hought the world of Rodger and glad he is now without sickness or pain. Hope he finds Arch, Joe, Stan and all the rest of them who will be greeting him. Hugs to you
Allen & Amanda Stringfellow
March 12, 2019
Kathy, Amanda and I are keeping you in our prayers, so sorry for your loss. I am sure Rodger is basking in the glory of the Lord, I can only imagine how excited he must be! We are thankful to have known such a generous and honest Christian man as Rodger, he will be missed on this earth, but we will without doubt see him again in Heaven. Allen
Barbara Benton Colvin
March 9, 2019
You are all in my thoughts and prayers. I went to Phillips with Linda and Roger and always enjoyed they're thoughtfulness, kindness, and friendship. Although it's been more than 60 years I'll always remember. PHS60
Ed Colvin and Barbara Benton Colvin