James R. Truran

Johnston City, Illinois

1930 - 2014

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Our sincere wishes of sympathy to your family. We miss Pete in Alamo, Texas, where he was well respected and loved by many - he was a great guy!

I hope Pete and Dad are fishing in that great lake in the sky. Our condolences to the Truran family. Pete was a great friend.

Just read of Pete's death. So sorry to hear this. My condolences are extended to the entire family.

Coach Truran was a great teacher, coach, and person. I knew him from my years at Cahokia High, from 1956-60. He had high respect from everyone. He was one of the best.

My sincere condolences to Pete's family. He was a fine coach and a good man.
dave shannahan

Condolences to your family. I will always remember playing football for Mr. Truran. God Bless.

My sympathy to your family on your loss. I was one of Pete's students at Cahokia(Class of 64).I also went on to teach at Cahokia. He was remembered fondly and often there.

Mike Sorry to hear of your loss.

So sorry to hear of Pete passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Steve & Patsy Crabtree McLaughlin


James's Obituaries

James TruranJames R. "Pete" Truran, 84, of Marion, Ill., went to be with his beloved Lord and Savior at 8 p.m. Thursday, March 13, 2014, at the Veterans Affairs Community Living Center in Marion, Ill. Pete was born to Peter & Agnes, nee Black, Truran on Feb. 3, 1930, in Marion, Ill....

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