Russell E. Train

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Celebrating a life well lived. We will cherish the memories forever.

To the family of Mr. Train,may God's peace and comfort surround you.That comfort is found in God's word the Bible:"Happy are those who mourn,since they will be comforted".matt.5:4

To the Family of Russell Train,
We are sorry about the loss of Mr.Train. He set a fine example in taking care of helpless animals. Let us do our part for the earth and all that is upon it belongs to God. For God stated,"To me belongs every wild animal of the forest. The beast upon a thousand mountains.
I know every winged creature of the mountains...and the animal throngs of the open field."(Psalms 50:10,11)
Take comfort in the God of all comfort for he will...

May the God of all comfort be with you at this time of grief, may all Russell's memories stay close to your hearts. Psalms 46:1 Joanna

Our heartfelt condolences to the family of Mr. Train. I worked at EPA during his tenure. He will be greatly missed. May our Heavenly Father, the GOd of comfort and tender mercies be with you all. With deep sympathy,

I am deeeply sorry for your loss. God gives us hope to see our loved ones again on the earth where Russell worked so hard to protect.

He will be missed

Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.

I met Mr. Train in 1979 in San José, Costa Rica on wildlife trade. I was the youngest speaker on the panel. Russell Train was a most kind and cordial person at the meetings and at dinner, in spite of the 30 year age difference. I am sorry I did not stay in touch with him.


Russell's Obituary

Russell E. Train, a former tax court judge whose awakening on safari sparked a new career in environmental activism, as head of the nascent Environmental Protection Agency and as the first president of the World Wildlife Fund's American chapter, died Monday Sept. 17 at his farm in Bozman, Md. He...

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