OBITUARY

John Addison Trumpour Jr.

January 19, 1946June 16, 2021
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John Addison Trumpour, Jr., born January 19, 1946 in Chicago, IL, departed this life on June 16, 2021 in Snohomish, WA. He was 75. John had worked for many years as a prosthetist and also as a lineman. He enjoyed riding motorcycles, fishing, traveling, and spending time with his family and friends. John is survived by his loving wife, Kathy Trumpour, son Jeff Trumpour (Melissa), half brothers Tony and Rocco Porter, nephew John Sedlack (Dawn) and their children Jeremy, Scotten, and Stephanie, nieces Kimberly Vanderhoof (Jim) and their daughter Jordan, Susan Vanderpool and her daughters Courtney and Chelsea, granddaughter Kaitlyn Trumpour, and great grandson Mikah John Trumpour. A memorial service celebrating John’s life will be held on Saturday, July 17, 2021 at 2PM at Purdy & Kerr with Dawson Funeral Home, 409 W. Main St., Monroe, WA 98272, (360) 794-7049.

  • FAMILY

  • Kathy Trumpour, Wife
  • Jeff Trumpour (Melissa), Son
  • Tony Porter, Half-brother
  • Rocco Porter, Half-brother
  • Also survived by nephew John Sedlack (Dawn) and their children Jeremy, Scotten, and Stephanie, nieces Kimberly Vanderhoof (Jim) and their daughter Jordan, Susan Vanderpool and her daughters Courtney and Chelsea, granddaughter Kaitlyn Trumpour, and great grandson Mikah John Trumpour.

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  • Memorial Service

    Saturday, July 17, 2021

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John Addison Trumpour Jr.

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Kara Jensen

July 17, 2021

My sincere condolences go out to you Kathy. I was planning to attend the service for John! ( My heart 💜 was there) The timing went all wrong. Dave had to get tested for COVID-19. Ankle surgery on Monday.
I have remembered more tidbits ! Line dancing lessons, was it 2 or 10? Hank Williams Jr. Concert at the arena.
What about the scare when John was broadsided in The ranchero.
Hydro races, early morning out the door, wine in tow.
Cheech and Chong. Shasta.
Oh darn it. The strange happening with the light switch. The last time I remember seeing the two of you, was at the Evergreen fair grounds (swap meet) I believe you guys were getting ready for your Hawaiian trip.
Love you, remember that.
Here for you, but do to my recent disability I don't drive.

Joe & Teri Bosch

July 17, 2021

Kathy, what a beautiful tribute for John today. He was truly, one of a kind. I can close my eyes and see him. Happy. Laughing. And healthy. And I can hope he’s doing just that now.
We’ve laughed and cried together. But more importantly, we’ve laughed til we cried. We will always hold the memories we’ve all made very close to our hearts. R.I.P. Sweet Johnny!

Kara Jensen

July 15, 2021

From the beginning I had met you and Kathy's the neighbors of my brother. Our friendship grew. Remember steak night at Goldie's a few pitchers of beer and so many quarters spent on pinball, oh the memories. I became the third wheel lol. Then the movements began. The home stead with the pond and the geese. The moving to the double wide. Weekends spent cutting and stacking firewood to making Chinese food and playing dominoes. Finally finding your place in Monroe, building your own piece of Trumpour paradise.
Oh heck, then life got busy! In our own separate ways.
Just to know you and to have been part of your world was a blessing. I will carry your memory in my heart.

Kara Jensen

June 25, 2021

I heard the news today, I was sadden, what can one say? My eyes are filled with tears. Though are lives drifted apart. I carried with me so many great memories. Love you 💖
Now at peace and out of pain.
Rest well dear John til we meet again.
Soar high

Tony Porter

June 23, 2021

My dearest brother, I'm so sad right now. I hope you're in a better place now. Love you forever and ever, forever and ever amen..

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