Paul John Trasti | Information, Sports activities, Jobs
JACOBSVILLE, MI – Paul John Trasti, age 67 of Lake Linden, handed away unexpectedly the morning of August 30, 2020.
He was born March 16, 1953, in Hancock, to the late John and Verna (Kommes) Trasti. He’s an alum of Jeffers Excessive Faculty, class of 1971. After highschool, he graduated from St. Joseph’s aide coaching program, after which obtained an affiliate diploma in nursing from Michigan Tech College. His nursing profession spanned greater than 30 years and consisted of caring for sufferers at a number of UP hospitals together with Houghton County Medical Care Facility, Dickinson County Hospital and Bell Memorial Hospital. He additionally labored as a correctional nurse on the Marquette Department Jail till he retired in 2008.
Paul married Janet Kuusisto on January 21, 1972, in Hancock. They raised 3 kids, Jeremy, Jennifer and Jon. He loved searching, fishing, and watching sports activities, particularly hockey and soccer. He was a foodie and loved baking bread. After retirement, most of his time was spent at his residence alongside the Portage Canal in Jacobsville the place he discovered solace within the peaceable tranquility the realm needed to supply.
Along with his dad and mom, Paul was preceded in dying by his spouse, Janet; his sister, Mary Ann Junttonen; and several other in-laws, Robert Dunstan, Earl Junttonen, Eva Kuusisto, and David Mihelac.
He’s survived by his companion, Paula Theiler; 3 kids and their spouses, Jeremy and Tiffany Trasti, Jennifer and Luke Zaremba, and Jon and Kelly Trasti; 8 grandchildren, Noah and Hanna Zaremba; Keyan and Lauren Trasti; Michael, Jasmine, and Elijah Williams and Jeremiah Trasti; 3 sisters and several other in-laws, Alice and Reino Taskila, Rita and Richard Lindgren, Lucille Mihelac, Carol Dunstan and her particular buddy, Burt Arola, James Kuusisto and his companion, JoAnn Pini; quite a few nieces, nephews, cousins, and pals.
Funeral providers will probably be held at midday on Saturday, September 5, 2020, at Vary Apostolic Lutheran Church in South Vary, with Pastor Chuck Bylkas to officiate.
Visitation will probably be from 10 a.m. till the time of service on Saturday within the church.
In step with Covid-19 tips, masks and social distancing will probably be required.
Following the service, burial will happen within the Waasa Cemetery. Memorials could also be made to Vary Apostolic Lutheran Church in reminiscence of Paul.
Preparations are being dealt with by the Jukuri-Antila Funeral House of Hancock, Antila Funeral Service, Inc. On-line condolences could also be expressed to the household at antilafuneral .com.