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George W. Troutwine, 91, of Epworth Manor, Tyrone died January 17, 2005 at 5:20 a.m.
He was born January 3, 1912 in Tyrone, the son of Ella Mary Naylor and William F. Troutwine.
On October 11, 1943 he married Althea Elizabeth Simcox in Gainesville, Fla. She died November 1997.
Mr. Troutwine is survived by four grandchildren: Susan Barnhill and husband Roger of Baker, Fla.; Charles G. Troutwine Jr. of Slidell, La.; Mark Troutwine of Slidell, La. and Tonia (Troutwine) Gonzaloz and husband Fedrico of Miami, Fla.; three great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
He was proceeded in death by four brothers, three sisters and a son, Charles G. Troutwine.
He attended Tyrone Area School District, Middletown Military Aircraft Instrument Repair School and Bendix School in north Philadelphia for special instrument training.
Mr. Troutwine is formerly a member of United Brethren Church in Lititz. He is a veteran of American Legion Post 281, Tyrone. He served in the Army Airforce from December 16, 1942 to November 15, 1945 in the B-17 heavy bomber test and development squadron in USA. Squadron C 621st Army Air Force Base Unit where he was an Aircraft Instrument specialist Sergeant. He was a member of the Headquarters Detachment of the mounted 52nd Machine Gun Squadron, Tyrone and then a member of Troop B Mounted Calvary.
He was a member of the Tyrone Sportsman Assoc. and the Blazing Arrow Hook and Ladder Volunteer Fire Company.
Mr. Troutwine was employed at RCA Radio Corp. of America from 1946 until retiring in 1974, following 28 years of service in the research and development lab.
A private funeral service will be held at the convenience of the family with burial at Indian Town Gap Military Cemetery.
Arrangements are under the direction of The Bruce E. Cox Funeral Home, Warriors Mark.

By Rick