Victor M. Trujillo

Los Angeles, California

1961 - 2018


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May 10, 1961 - June 9, 2018 California native son, Victor Manuel Trujillo, lost his battle with cancer on June 9, 2018, three years to the day that his father Francisco died. Victor was a beloved husband, father, son, brother and uncle. Born in Van Nuys, California, and moving with his family to...

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Although I knew Vic from the sheriffs Dept, it was his actions outside of the Dept that stand out the most to me. My son was in Military boot camp and made a leader but needed some help to encourage and motivate his platoon.EVERYDAY Vic would call me with quotes from great leaders to send to my son. This is something he most certainly didn't have to do but Happily did. The best part was after my son graduated he wanted to say" thank you" to the man who had sent him such wonderful...

Sir, I'll never forget the way you would call my name in the academy "MORNINGGG,GET OVER HERE"! Then once I'm there, YOUR SMILE would make my day! Thanks for being tough but most important fair! RIP SIR CLASS 284....SERGEANT MORNING LASD.....

When I first met Vic I knew instantly he was extremly talented and would rise through the ranks of the Sheriff's Department. I was thrilled to have you work for me and with me multiple times. There are too many stories to share here but I will remember forever the fond memories of our time together.

God bless you my friend. You are now resting in peace.

Michael McDermott
LASD Captain, Retired

Hi to those who wrote those beautiful thoughts of my brother , Vic! Thank you everyone ! I miss him sooo much . Pilar

Victor was so incredibly talented. I knew him at NDHS - a mega star athlete that was humble, friendly, and very engaging. I know that he has the light of God in him, and is now resting in eternal peace in the Kingdom of Heaven.

So sorry to hear of Vic's passing. He was a great guy. Our Norte Dame family is diminished without him.

My heart goes out to you during this difficult time. Vic was an all-around great guy with a great heart. His legacy will continue for many years.

My condolences to Victor's family. I attended Notre Dame with him and he was humble, smart and a really great guy. He was an amazing athlete and yet very humble about it. He will be missed greatly. RIP Victor! Patrick D'Arcy NHDS '80.