Funeral service for Juanita “Trudy” Irene (Grogan) Gorman was January 22, 2021 at Wilson Mortuary Chapel, Salem, with Pastor Jeff Fulk and Richard LaBrash officiating.
Interment was in the Patterson Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Jacob Piatt, Ethan Piatt, Jon Piatt, Brad Enloe, James Reese, Clark Fox, Arnold Fox and Jeff Gore. Honorary pallbearers were Richard Cooper, Rolland Smotherman, Roy Light, Eugene Maggard and Fedil Grogan.
Mrs. Gorman was born September 29, 1947 in Dent County to Norman D. and Ola Irene (Holloway) Grogan. She married Max Roy Gorman May 8, 1965. They were the parents of two children. Mrs. Gorman died January 17, 2021 in St. Louis at the age of 73 years.
Survivors include her husband, Max Gorman, Timber; son, Rick “Tiny” Gorman, Timber; daughter Debbie Piatt and husband, Eugene, Timber; sister, Norma Dean Fox; sisters-in-law, Mary Etta Rinne; Christene Livingston; Shirley Moser and husband, John; and Nancy James; grandchildren, Leah Anderson; Abrie Enloe and husband, Brad; Megan Gorman; Lauren Parker and Billy Mitchell; Taylor Gorman and David Sechrest; Kimberly Gore and husband, Jeff; Lillietta Gorman; James Reese and Ambyr King; Jacob Piatt and Stevee Seay; Ethan Piatt and wife, Mary; Jon Piatt; and Joanna Piatt and Kyle Akers; great-grandchildren, Madison R., Braxton, Cameron, Amaya, Madison K., Carter, Annie, Mary, Thomas, Lydia, Cameron S., and Little Max; adopted by heart, Rodger, Angie, Faith and Ava, Howie and Leann and Cobin Light, Richard and Amber Cooper; Rolland and Missy Smotherman; special friend, Ida Terrill; and a host of nieces, nephews, extended family and friends.
Preceding her in death were her parents; brother, Edward Grogan; brothers-in-law, Arnold D. Fox, George Gorman, Rick James and Bob Rinne; and granddaughter, Brittany Gorman.
Mrs. Gorman worked in the customer service department at Akers Ferry Campground and Canoe Rental for many years. She liked to travel and never left home without her camera.