Buron, Mrs. Annabel Lee (Trusler)
Date of birth: July 28, 1941 - Date of death: Oct. 26, 2011
 
Mrs. Annabel Lee (Trusler) Buron, age 70, of Bridgeport, WV, passed away at
Presbyterian Hospital in Pittsburgh, PA, at 5:10 P. M. Wednesday, October 26,
2011. She was born July 28, 1941 in Clarksburg, WV, a daughter of the late
John Franklin Trusler and Virginia Mae Fogg Trusler.

Surviving are: three daughters, Rhonda Leyton of Perth, Western Australia,
Shannon Bush & her fiance`, John Purcell, Snowflake, AZ and Lisa Michel,
Clarksburg, WV, two brothers & a sister-in-law, William E. Trusler of Clarksburg,
WV & John W. & Wanda Trusler of Delaware, Ohio, three sisters & two brothers-
in-law, Joan (Trusler) Kaminski of Murrieta, California, Shirley (Martin) Tutolo &
her husband, Angelo of Geneva, Ohio and Debra K. & Tom Loughery, Clarksburg,
WV, two grandchildren, Jessica Ann Leyton & Shannon Lynn Rozance, three
great grandchildren, Malynn Renee Muth, Ethen Michael Hayes and Deven Scott
Haynes and several nieces & nephews.

Mrs. Buron was also preceded in death by a daughter, Terri Roberts, a brother,
Kent Allen Trusler and two sisters, Judy Carole Trusler Feathers & Eloise Sendling.

Mrs. Buron was Methodist by faith. She was a graduate of the old Victory High
School – Class of 1959. She served her country in the U. S. Air Force as an Airman
Second Class. She had earned her master degree in education in Pomona, CA ,
where she also taught. She was also a teacher & counselor for Harrison County
Board of Education at South Harrison High School. She was a very loving and
giving person to all who knew her.

Friends may call at the Davis-Weaver Funeral Home, 329 East Main Street,
Clarksburg from 4:00 – 8:00 P. M. Friday, where a funeral service will be held
Saturday, October 29, 2011 at 2:00 P. M. with the Pastor Jeff Vaughan presiding.
Entombment will follow in Floral Hills Memorial Gardens Mausoleum.




From: Shirley Martin-Tutolo
I can not put in words the pain in my heart from losing you. I love you dearly. Your sister, Shirley




From: Shannon Bush
To my loving mother, I will miss you with all my heart and soul.



From: Rhonda Leyton
To my most favorite person in the whole wide world you are my everything I will miss you with all my heart. I love you mamma.




From: Beulah Greaver Trader Flint
I will surley miss you my best friend you were more than a friend you were like family. I love you Rest in peace . May God watch over your family and keep them all safe.



From: John Trusler
My dear sister my heart is very sad now that you have gone. I love you very much and will always remember the feeling of love and careing you always showed me. Gods angles will deliver you up to our Lord and you will live for ever and someday we will be together again.




From: Pat Corbin
Ann, my Dear Friend' You are truly a very Special Person who I feel so blessed to have worked with and call my Friend. I remember all the good times we had at Temescal Canyon and our girl get to gathers, we had so many laughs. I am going to miss all your funny emails. Love you, Pat



From: Jeanette and Gary Collins
Annie, we love you, you have been a true friend. You have been a woman to admire for your courage and integrity. I will miss you forever girlfriend....love,hugs and peace




From: Karen Larsen
What a legacy you have left--you were truly a role model to us all. I will always remember our trips around the western U.S. and all the fun we had teaching together in Lake Elsinore. I miss you, my friend. Give Terri a huge hug from me when you meet her in heaven. You were one beautiful person inside and out' My prayers and thoughts are with your daughters and family at this time.



From: Nicole Reed
Mrs. Buron, You were a wonderful counselor and I dont know how I would have made it through high school without you. I think of you often when I see the the little scar on the side of my nose and remember you telling me to get that mole removed. Rest in Peace and say Hi to my daddy up there. Nicole. Class of 1995




From: Judy Weston
Ann--you were such a wonderful counselor and support to both of my sons and many other students here in Lake Elsinore, CA. I enjoyed the last few years and our girl breakfasts we had. I will always remember you and I will pray for those you leave behind....God Bless



From: Corey Nabonne
Ann Buron was an example that certain people were called to make a difference in this world. As my counselor, teacher, and confidant...she celebrated diversity, accepted differences and treated me with respect, kindness and genuine concern. Thank you, Ann, for living a life that we all were privledged to partake in. With Love, Corey Nabonne, former student and colleague, Temescal Canyon High School Class of 1995




From: Chris Moser
Ann you will be missed. The world just lost a very special person. Thoughts and prayers go out to your family. May God comfort them.



From: Ashley Edgell
R.I.P aunt ann i love u && will miss u..u were a wonderful person && full of life..&& Laughter..now u are in heaven looking down & Smiling at everyone no longer sick or in pain god will take gr8 care of u. u will be dearly missed by so many && never forgotten..love your Niece AshleyNicoleXOXO<3




From: Martha Caputo
RIP Ann. I will miss you tremendously my dear friend for over 35 years. Your loved ones are in my thoughts and prayers.



From: Carolyn Brannon
Dear Ann, I will so miss you. We have been through thick and thin for over 43 years. Having you there was always such a comfort. How did I get so lucky to have a best friend like you. Another time another place Ann. You will always be in my thoghts and prayers. Carolyn




From: Ann Buron
We will miss you Ann. Rest in peace.



From: Linda ha.
I love you Ann and miss you. My prayers are with all those you left behind. Rest my friend.




From: Stephanie Hardman- Wolfe
Aunt Ann I have so many fond memories of you as a child. You were always so sweet and caring. Such a soft spoken woman' Make sure you give my Grandpap and Grandma a BIG hug for me' RIP Aunt Ann'



From: Sue Johnston
Ann, you were such an intelligent and fun person. I admired you and will always remember the joy you brought to work and to my life. Love, Sue




From: Dorenda Phillips
Ann, I enjoyed working with you at Temescal Canyon HS and always enjoyed your sense of humor. You were always so "matter-of-factly" with issues on campus that concerned our students and always wanted the best for them. I feel extremely grateful to have known you and worked with you. You were always such a classy woman:-) My thoughts and prayers are with your family. Rest in peace and know that you are missed. ~ Dorenda



From: Mary Beth Riddle Sterling
I hope that we will meet again, Ann. You were always my friend. Mary Beth