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Obituary- Byron G. Trosper Jr.

Memorial services were conducted Monday, July 30 for Byron G. Trosper Jr., who died July 23, 2001, at Crawfordsville, Ind., while visiting his daughter. He was 60.

Mr. Trosper was born Aug. 27, 1940 at Kansas City, Kan., to Byron G. Sr. and Lillian (Davis) Trosper. A graduate of Ruskin High School in Kansas City, Mo., he was employed as a machinist for Brown Industries in Kansas City, Mo. Mr. Trosper resided at South Lake Tahoe from 1970 to 2000, where he worked as a machinist at Harveys Resort & Casino. He coached Little League baseball and Pop Warner football for several years and belonged to a bowling team.

Survivors include his daughter, Diane Hollenbeck of Crawfordsville; son, Byron G. Trosper III of Sacramento, Calif.; mother, Lillian Trosper of Kansas City, Mo.; brother, Charles Trosper of LaTour, Mo.; sisters, Sandra Melenson of Kansas City, Mo., and Patricia Powell of Belton, Mo.; granddaughters, Sarah and Brooke Hollenbeck; and former wife, Mary Weisbrich of South Lake Tahoe. He was predeceased by his father.



Memorial services took place July 30 at Powers-Priebe Funeral Home in Crawfordsville.


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