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Jay Elmer Truett, Jr. 1955-2024

Jay Elmer Truett, Jr, passed away on Tuesday, January 9, 2024, at the Newark Beth Israel Medical Center in New Jersey.

Jay Elmer Truett, Jr
Jay Elmer Truett, Jr

He was born February 6, 1955, in Chambersburg, the son of the late Violet (Varner) and Jay E. Truett, Sr.

In Jay’s early life he worked at Appalachian Lamb in Greencastle. He enjoyed watching NASCAR, football: the Washington Redskins, Notre Dame, basketball: the LA Lakers and going to Hagerstown Speedway.

Surviving is his son, Bradley Truett of Chambersburg, three grandchildren: Cameron Thomas, Keanna Truett and Israel Truett, four sisters and a brother: Gwendolyn (Theodore) Pugh of Chambersburg, Debra S. (Donald) Bingaman of Greencastle, Wanda (Doug) Woodal of Chambersburg, Jeffrey Truett of Chambersburg and Laurie (Jesse II) Asper of Newburg and numerous nieces and nephews.

A celebration of life will be held from1 to 2 p.m. on Thursday, February 15, 2024, at Sellers Funeral Home with Rev. Andrew Hart officiating.

Online condolences may be expressed at the funeral home’s website.

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