|Birth: ||Sep. 24, 1915|
|Death: ||Oct. 19, 1975|
Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Riley Funeral Home for James P.
Truesdale, 60, of Fairport. Mr. Truesdale died Sunday at 8:55 a.m. at the Veterans Memorial Hospital,
Officiating will be Rev. Jerome Egel. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery where military rites will be conducted jointly by the VFW, American Legion and the World War I Veterans. Visitation is at the Riley Funeral Home.
James Truesdale was born Sept. 24, 1915 at Fairport, the son of James and Nuffie Brewer Truesdale
Sr. His marriage to Essie Smith took place April 26, 1935 at Rock Island. He was employed over 32 years at the Martin Mariette Cement Company, Davenport.
He is survived by one son Leonard J. of Stolkholm Sweden; three daughters, Mrs. Vernon (Agnes) Brown, West Des Moines, Mrs. Hubert (Alberta) Loughery, of Short Cree, W. Va. and Mrs. Thomas (Sharon) Morosco, of Columbus Ohio. There are 19 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren; his mother Mrs. Nuffie Creamer, Fairport; one brother Oddi Truesdale, Fairport; three half brothers, Frank Creamer Muscatine, Alfred Creamer, Fairport and George Creamer also of Muscatine; one sister Mrs. Wilbur (Lydia) Dipple, Fairport.
He was preceded in death by his father and his step-father; one son, one sister and three brothers and his wife in 1967.
Pallie S. Truesdale (1884 - 1915)
Nuffie Brewer Creamer (1890 - 1977)
Essie Smith Truesdale (1914 - 1967)*
Lester Melvin Truesdale (1935 - 1965)*
Alberta Leora Truesdale Loughery (1939 - 1989)*
Leonard James Truesdale (1940 - 2001)*
Lydia Francis Truesdale Dipple (1909 - 1983)*
Fred Albert Truesdale (1910 - 1955)*
Raymond Samuel Truesdale (1912 - 1961)*
Oddie William Truesdale (1914 - 1992)*
James Pallie Truesdale (1915 - 1975)
Robert George Creamer (1919 - 1968)**
Viola Elizabeth Creamer Martin (1923 - 1966)**
Frank LaVerne Creamer (1925 - 2007)**
George J. Creamer (1931 - 2003)**
Created by: June Welsch
Record added: Feb 16, 2010
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Added: Feb. 16, 2010