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James Alfred Trenary

December 5, 1933 - February 7, 2020

U.S. Veteran

Service Date February 13, 2020

Church First Wesleyan Church

Visitation will be Wednesday, Feb 12th from 5-7 p.m., at Behrens-Wilson Funeral Home. Celebration of Life Services will be 1:00 p.m., Thursday, Feb 13th at First Wesleyan Church, with Pastor Steve Selfridge officiating. He will be laid to rest at Black Hills National Cemetery. You are welcome to join us for refreshments and fellowship afterwards at First Wesleyan Church, starting at 4:30.
In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to Alzheimer’s research or the Meals on Wheels program.

Posted by:
Duke Doering

Posted on:
February 13, 2020

I remember Platoon Sergeant Jim Trenary from the 1960s when he was in the 109th Engineer Battalion. In the 1970s Jim spent a few years in the 842nd Engineer Company in Spearfish. He finished his career in Rapid City’s 109th Engineer Group. He is remembered as a dependable, resourceful and well respected leader. My condolences to the Trenary family.

Posted by:
Sandra and Roy Grout

Posted on:
February 12, 2020

Dear Lila, We were saddened to learn of Jim's passing. May God bless you, comfort you, and grant you peace. Sandra and Roy

Posted by:
STEPHEN HYK

Posted on:
February 12, 2020

I worked with Jim for many years at MDU co., in Warehouse and Service Depts. He was a great Man, Very Honest person, Thanks for his Service, Jim will be missed, Our Thoughts and Prayers go out to the Family and all who know him! 2-12-2020.

Posted by:
Carey Miller

Posted on:
February 11, 2020

I met Jim at Friday night cards ( a group that lost their spouses). He always had a smile on his face and his meatloaf was the best ever. So glad he and Lila got to spend time together. He miss be missed. Prayers to the family. Carey

Posted by:
A VETERAN

Posted on:
February 9, 2020

Thanks for serving

Posted by:
Larry Petersen

Posted on:
February 9, 2020

Jim was a great man with a kind heart. I worked with him at MDU for over 30 years and never seen him angry or harsh on anyone. He will be missed by the breakfast club and all his friends.
 
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