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In Memory of

Jack Gary Trinco

October 30, 1938 - August 7, 2017

Obituary


Jack Gary Trinco, Navy veteran, motorcycle enthusiast, wood craftsman, and avid reader, died peacefully in his home on the morning of August 7, 2017.

Born in Denver Colorado to Jack and Doris Rose Trinco (deceased), he was the middle child in a family of three. He is preceded in death by his sister Patricia Fowler, and his brother Larry Trinco.

As a young man, he met the love of his life, his "weed in a field of roses", Lou Trinco, whom he adored for the next 57 years. Together, they raised...

Jack Gary Trinco, Navy veteran, motorcycle enthusiast, wood craftsman, and avid reader, died peacefully in his home on the morning of August 7, 2017.

Born in Denver Colorado to Jack and Doris Rose Trinco (deceased), he was the middle child in a family of three. He is preceded in death by his sister Patricia Fowler, and his brother Larry Trinco.

As a young man, he met the love of his life, his "weed in a field of roses", Lou Trinco, whom he adored for the next 57 years. Together, they raised five daughters, Linda Chapman (Johnny), Doris Bridges (Eddie), Gina Boudreaux (Kevin), Angelina Trinco, and Tricia Trinco (Tim). He taught them practical things like how to drive, how to change a tire, the value of hard work, and most importantly, to be thankful.

Jack was a strong man, but he had a soft spot for his 13 grandchildren: Brandon, Dawn, Jared, Veronica, Brittanee, Jodie, Justin, Tailia, Tania, Jeremy, Jack, Olivia, and Madelyn and his 5 great-grandchildren: Holland, Dylan, Ethan, Liliana, and Jeremy.

He didn't smile often, but when you could catch him, it was sincere and extremely contagious.

A memorial service will be held at Westside Leitz-Eagan Funeral Home located at 5101 Westbank Expressway in Marrero Louisiana, on Friday August 11th at 6pm.