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John David Trunnell "Jack"  
Passed away Saturday, December 31, 2016 surrounded by his wife and five sons. Survived by his wife, Vickie; and sons, Matt, Phil, Adam, Luke and Mason. He also leaves behind his mother, Jean Trunnell; four brothers, seven grandsons and one granddaughter. He was a beloved husband, grandfather, father, brother and son. He was a man of faith, a family man and a great friend. He passed away in peace. Services will be held on Friday, January 6, 2017, 10:30 a.m., to 12 noon at Calvary Church, 8220 Little River Turnpike, Annandale, VA. 22003. In lieu of flowers, we kindly ask that a donation be made to the church.

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Published in The Washington Post on Jan. 3, 2017.
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April 19, 2017
I miss dad every day. Wish I could just talk to him.
Luke Trunnell
February 23, 2017
Jack and his mother
January 7, 2017
Steve so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Gloria Shannon
January 6, 2017
Jack was a proud husband, father and grandfather, and a loving son and brother. He was a man of faith, a gifted businessman and a friend to many. We will remember Jack for his warm, gentle and gracious demeanor as well as for his genuine interest in others. Our sympathy, love, and prayers are with the Trunnell family.
Sonny and Peggy Cockrill
January 4, 2017
To Vickie and the Trunnell family, Our prayers are with you during this most difficult time. Please know that our family and the family at Little Falls Church is praying for you. Eric and Patti Yoder
January 4, 2017
Sorry for your great loss.
Paul & Cheryl Farrar
Paul Farrar
January 4, 2017
With deepest sympathy and heartfelt prayers to the Trunnell family at this difficult time.
Charly Ryan
Charly Ryan
January 4, 2017
To The Trunnell Family - We are so sorry for your loss and we send our sympathy. Bob and I have fond memories with the Trunnell's, Landry's and other Potomac families growing up in Potomac. Jack will be deeply missed by so many. Bob and Michele Peterson
January 4, 2017
We were very saddened to hear of Jack's death. Our prayers and thought go out to Vicki, Jack's sons, Jack's brothers and his dear mother. May he rest in peace
Roger and Barbara Gabriel
January 4, 2017
The Kempf Family sends our deepest condolences to Jack's family and extended family. Our hearts go out to Vickie, Mason and our cousins Matt, Luke, Adam and Philip and their families.
Phillip, Kim and Natalie
Kim Kempf
January 3, 2017
To the Trunnell Family Although I never met him , I did have the pleasure of working with Phil and Adam. We have heard the family stories and know that his legacy lives on his children and grandchildren. We wish you peace in this time and in the quiet times remember he is with you in your heart.
Melanie Edwards
January 3, 2017
To Rick and your family, my thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. May your loving memories of Jack ease the pain of your loss.
Gloria DeMilt Shannon
January 3, 2017
Jack ... it was not to long ago that we saw each other and you looked magnifique .. I am so happy to have fond memories from my wrestling days as you were my mentor and later a colleague in our profession ... you will be remembered ole friend .. Much love garbs
David Garber
January 3, 2017
Dear Trunnell Family, May you find peace in the loving memory of Jack, as he lives on in his children and grandchildren. My deepest sympathy to you all.
Marilyn Saunders
January 3, 2017
Jack, with wife Vickie, son Mason, and mother Jean.
Adam Trunnell
January 3, 2017
Jack, with wife Vickie, and son Mason
Adam Trunnell
January 3, 2017
Jack was a true friend beginning in Kindergarten and Sunday School. We had lots of fun together and often got in trouble, but it was all worthwhile. We would cross the fields between our houses to get together and then go to the golf course to find lost balls or go hunt pigeons in the stables. We would ride our bikes down to Great Falls and play on the rocks. Somehow we both survived. We went to the 1964 US Open together and spent two days getting autographs from the players. Jack got Arnold Palmer's. I didn't and was so jealous. I still have the program with the autographs. When we got a little older we would take the old Falcon out driving at night when his parents were out. We enjoyed each others birthday parties which is why I always remembered his birthday was November 27. I joked with him this past birthday that he had to sign up for Medicare before I did.

It is so sad to have Jack taken from us so quickly. I will greatly miss his friendliness and his genuine smile whenever you met him. But we will always have the memories of how he impacted our lives.
Bruce Radford
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