Archie-Trundle, Sr.-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Donehoo-Lewis Funeral Home - Hapeville

Archie Franklin Trundle, Sr.

Jan 3, 1924 - Apr 24, 2013

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I was saddened to read of Archie's translation, but at this moment he's with The Lord in paradise. Rejoice, though your heavy with longing for his presence, he's arrived at that destination where we all long to be.

Dear Joyce and family,

On behalf of the entire Mogavero family we would like to extend our deepest sympathy on the recent passing of your beloved "Archie"...

He was truly a wonderful human being and the life he led exemplary for all.

Our many Marine Corps reunions will certainly sustain us, as the "Trundles" expertise in these affairs, alway "set the bar a notch higher" for the rest of us ! :)

Our love and prayers go...

May the family and friends find peace and comfort during these difficult times.

As Archie reports to Post Everlasting, those who are left behind can only say "Semper Fi". You will be missed

Dearest Joyce and Family,

So sorry to hear of the passing of our wonderful cousin. May the peace of the Lord be with you all.

With deepest sympathy,

Sylvia Eubanks DeBorger and sons, Arthur Jr. and David

Dear Joyce and Family,

Archie was a great husband, father and grandfather! He was also a loyal friend but more than that was a loyal American. We are blessed to have known him and will never forget entertaining his Marine Group in 2004 at our home. That was the greatest honor of our life. THANK YOU ARCHIE FOR YOUR SERVICE AS A MARINE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA!! YOU WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN!
Evertte and I love all of you.

So sorry for your loss...just last week it was so good to see you two at the Hapeville ballpark watching the kids...Hapeville will miss your love and loyalty. Thank you for your service for our freedom...

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

As Marines go, in my opinion, Archie was one of the best of the best. I enjoyed so much helping him plan the 4th Marine Division Reunion held here in Atlanta in 2006. He will be missed by all in the Marine Corps family.

TC & Jan Chambers


Archie's Obituary

Archie F. Trundle, Sr., 89, peacefully died of natural causes on Wednesday, April 24, 2013 at Southwest Christian Care Hospice in Union City, GA. Archie was born on January 3, 1924 in Chattanooga, TN to Irvin and Leila Eubanks Trundle. After growing up in Chattanooga and Woodstation, GA, he...

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