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Mike Trotnic of Parsons Ks


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Old 06-23-2015, 09:46:32 AM
Matthew Guy Clarke Matthew Guy Clarke is offline
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Default Mike Trotnic of Parsons Ks

Mike Trotnic,62 was friends of many, including the American Pickers. He was on 169, 4 miles South of South Coffeyville Ok. when he met head on with 50 y o Karen Jo Reagon as described by the Ok. state patrol as "drivers left of center"
. It took over 3 hours to extricate and he was dead at the sceene as described in news accounts.
His jokes and shenanigans will be long rememered by all who knew him, as well as his big red truck with the crane and his collection of fine machines.
He is survived by brother Rick, who is featured on "The Pickers" with the Case car, his estranged wife Rebel, and others.
He will be missed by all that knew him.
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I met Mike at the 2014 Tri State Gas Engine Show he was a Treasure Trove of Information I talked with him at his booth for maybe an hour about many subjects his Knowledge and Enthusiasm of Gas Engine Motorcycle and Petroliana Hobbies will be Greatly Missed BELOW IS A LINK OF MIKE AND A STORY OF ONE OF HIS ENGINES A 1906 2 1/2 HP FOOS
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ONPW4iCukMA
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Old 06-30-2015, 11:18:44 PM
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I have bought several items from Mike over the years. He will be missed.
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Very sad news indeed. Our prayers go out to the family. F.J.W.
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