Jack Trustman

Jack Trustman, 88, died Aug. 29, 2011.
Born in Keego Harbor, Mich., Mr. Trustman   graduated from the University of Michagan. He served in World War II, including the Battle of the Bulge, and was decorated with two Bronze Stars. After moving to Tucson in 1959, Mr. Trustman owned an advertising agency with partner Earl Wettstein, which he ran for 40 years before retiring. He became a substitute teacher and volunteered as a radio show host at Sun Sounds of Arizona (serving the vision disabled) under the moniker “Cactus Jack.” Mr. Trustman was the oldest member of the Foothills Philharmonic Symphony, where he played violin.
Mr. Trustman was preceded in death by his wife, Yetta; brothers, Charles Trustman and Fred Trustman; and sister, Pauline. Survivors include his daughters, Mindy Evers of Tucson and Aviva Trustman of Bisbee, Ariz.; one grandson; and partner Ray Janice Slovack.
Memorial contributions may be made to Sun Sounds of Arizona.