Jack Trawick

[17 DEC 1932 - D1 - 20305 - 9 MAR 2017]

Jack Trawick Eulogies

AOG Testimonials



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Dr. Roy - Natalie and Jack Trawick - Jim Bergen
[60th Reunion - May 2015]



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Pirkey's - Hilbert - Dr. Roy and Natalie Trawick
[60th Reunion - May 2015]



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Jack Trawick and Jim Cooper
[60th Reunion - May 2015]



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Mary Helen Cooper - Jack - Natalie and
Dr. Roy Trawick [60th Reunion - May 2015]



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Cooper's - Jack - Natalie and Dr. Roy Trawick - David (son) - Linda
and Avery (granddaughter) Newton [60th Reunion - May 2015]



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Dugan - Sanderson - Trawick - Bates - Carpenter - Rich Miller - Wargowsky - Hinrichs - Dinwiddie - Robinson - Roades [Austin Mini - APR 2008]



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Darrah - Hilbert - Dugan - Sanderson - Trawick - Bates -
Carpenter - Rich Miller [Austin Mini - APR 2008]



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Virginia Trawick - Stan Sydenham - Dave Wheeler - Jack Trawick -
Danny Dienst - Carla Sydenham [Austin Mini - APR 2008]



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[50th Reunion Bio]



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Virginia and Jack Trawick
[50th Reunion]



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Betsy and Ed Anderson - Jack Trawick
[50th Reunion]



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D-1 Firsties - 1st Row: Dienst - Jim Ryan - Eddins - Cooper - Bergen - Newton - Tebodo (CO) - Lathrop - 2nd Row: Tennant - Shaffer - Pirtle - 3rd Row: Bill Parks - Grubbs - Bliss - 4th Row: Gottron - Zaborowski - Trawick - 5th Row: Price - Bell



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Shaffer - Jim Ryan - Dienst - Gottron - Bliss -
Bergen - Trawick [D-1: Fort Knox - 1954]



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2012 AOG Online Register Entry

Register Glossary



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Jack Durward Trawick

Jack Durward Trawick was born on 17 December 1932 in Brownwood, Texas and appointed to West Point from the 21st Congressional District of Texas. He entered on 3 July 1951 and was in Company D 1. He was appointed to Corporal his 2nd Class year and a Lieutenant his 1st Class year. He was on the track team his 4th, 3rdand 2nd Class years. He graduated on 7 June 1955 and was commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant in the US Army in the Infantry.


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Ginny Trawick




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Jack D. Trawick

December 17, 1932 - March 9, 2017

Jack D. Trawick passed away at home surrounded by family in San Antonio on Thursday, March 9, 2017. He was born December 17, 1932 in Brownwood, Texas, to Evans and Josephine Trawick. There he met his life-long love, Virginia Hallum, in first grade.

He realized his dream of graduating from The United States Military Academy at West Point in 1955, followed by Army service as an Airborne Ranger in the 3rd Armored Division.

After leaving the military, he completed graduate work at both The University of Texas at Austin and Carnegie Mellon, coming to San Antonio in 1964 to join Frank Draught Consulting Engineers. He was Comptroller and Director of Operations for the 1968 World's Fair (Hemisfair), followed by 32 years as Executive Vice President and later President of Strafco, Inc. Upon retiring from Strafco, he taught in the Business Management School at UTSA until 2007.

He and his family were active in the life of Coker United Methodist Church since 1969, serving in a variety of volunteer and leadership roles. His other civic involvements included the Chamber of Commerce, the Business Committee for the Arts, the Performing Arts Association, Youth for Christ, and the Campfire Girls.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Evans and Josephine Trawick; his brother, Joe; and his wife, Virginia. He is survived by son, David and wife Jill; daughter, Adele and husband David; son, Roy and wife Natalie; nine grandchildren; and a "pending" great granddaughter. He is greatly missed by family and friends - his loving support, generous provision, and never ending drive for excellence. We are at peace knowing that he is at the Lord's banquet table with our beloved Mama. The family wishes to express sincere appreciation to Mindy Fuller and "Lulu" Rosales of Embrace Hospice, and Rose Nesbitt, R.N., for their compassionate and loving care of Jack during his final days.

MEMORIAL SERVICE

A memorial service will be offered on Friday, March 24 at 3:00 p.m. at Coker United Methodist Church, 231 E. North Loop Rd., San Antonio, TX, with the Revs. David Blanco and Damon Relder officiating.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial gifts to:

Coker United Methodist Church Pastor's Discretionary Fund
231 E. North Loop Road
San Antonio, Texas 78216
or
Northwest Hills United Methodist Church Pastor's Discretionary Fund
7575 Tezel Road
San Antonio, Texas 78250

You are invited to sign the Guestbook at www.porterloring.com

Express-News
Mar. 17 , 2017


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Local Classmate Assistant (LCA) Information

Class Remembrance: Charity

Preferred Charity:

Coker United Methodist Church
231 E. North Loop Road
San Antonio, Texas 78216-1812

Suggested LCA: Jim Cooper



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