• Chauncey-Truitt, Gwendolyn

    May 29, 2018
  • “The Candy and Banana Lady”

    Ypsilanti Twp.,

    Age 73, passed on May 25, 2018.  The public visitation will be held Friday, June 1, 2018, from 4 pm to 7:30 pm at New Testament Baptist Church, 1230 W. Michigan Avenue, Ypsilanti.  The funeral service will be Saturday, June 2, 2018, with the family hour at 10 am followed by the service at 11 am at St. John Baptist Church, 866 Monroe St., Ypsilanti.  Burial to follow in United Memorial Gardens, Plymouth.  Arrangements entrusted to C&H Community Home for Funerals, 411 S. Adams St., Ypsilanti.  Please sign the guestbook below.

  • 19 comments

    I am so sad to hear of Gwen's passing. I worked with Gwen at Huron River Area Credit Union. She was a wealth of knowledge and a lot of fun too. Gwen you will be missed. Thoughts and Prayers Gail "Traskos" Doneth

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    My deepest sympathy and condolences my prayers are with your family.

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    Sending my condolences to the family. Mrs. Truitt was a very joyful and kind person. She will truly be missed!

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    Gwen is sincerely missed. Her lost will be felt by many friends and family members. Our sincere condolences to the Chauncey family. May you find comfort in the fond memories she left for us all. Charles and Gloria (Chandler) Lewis

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    Sending up prayers for the family of Mrs Truitt! She was my boss in the Collections Department at Huron River Area Credit Union years ago. She was a very classy and stylish lady who loved the Lord and represented Him well at work. Rest in Heaven!

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    Gwen was an angel. She always gave me encouraging advise. She was my aunt. She was married to my uncle Jim. Gwen was full of wisdom and love. The last time I saw her she was laughing and smiling. God truly has called an angel home. REST IN PEACE, AUNTIE! Love you.

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    My prayers and condolences go out to the Truitt and Chauncey family...Gwen was a Jewel to our community and will truly be missed!! I love y’all and I’m here for y’all at anytime...May God continue to bless you all!!!

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    I truely miss her already. She loved me and my family as if we were her own. My heart is heavy that we have lost her shell but I rejoice knowing that her soul is with God. May the family find comfort in trusting and leaning on Gods word.

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    God be with the family

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    Our deepest sympathy and prayers go out to the family

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    Ralph and Family, We are so sorry for your loss. All of you have our heart-felt sympathy during this very tough time. We are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers during this time of need. God Bless All of You.

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    Gwen was my coworker for many years and we shared that "Ypsi bond". She truly had a heart of gold. One of my fondest memories of her was seeing her love of the Lord and of music at a leadership conference at Willow Creek Church near Chicago. That sight of her clapping her hands is one of my inspirations. Condolences to the Truitt and Chauncey families, as their loss is heaven's gain. I look forward to seeing your smile again in the afterlife. RIP, my dear friend.

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    There are no words that can express my sincerest and deepest condolences to you Yvonne and your entire family. Much love!

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    Ms. Gwen was and will forever be a friend, a mentor, a confidant, a shining bright star to me. I met her over 20 yrs ago at Huron River Area Credit Union. And I can still hear her telling me about what it meant to be a righteous wife, mother, sister, daughter and friend. She was so full of wisdom that I can say, "thank you", Gwen, for contributing to the woman who I grew-in to be. June

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    Rest on dear friend you will truly be missed by all you have touched with your smile and wisdom

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    To the Truitt Family, sending Comfort and Condolences with continued prayers for your Family.

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    With deep sympathy and caring thoughts. I wishing you comfort in you time of sorrow.

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    My prayers are with your family during this difficult time.

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    Sending our heartfelt prayers and sympathy to your family. She was a beautiful woman with a heart of gold. Our mother was a receiver of her bananas and grapes. She will never be forgotten. Louise Thomas Family

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