Marcus Todd Trautman

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Marcus Todd Trautman

November 27, 1963 - October 11, 2018

Marcus Todd Trautman Marcus Todd Trautman, 54, of Cincinnati, Ohio, passed away Oct. 11, 2018.
Marc was a Glasgow High School graduate and a University of Kentucky graduate majoring in agriculture economics. While at UK he was a member of the Sigma Nu Fraternity. Marc spent many years in the banking field with the emphasis on mortgage banking. He later became a supervisor for the United Parcel Service until the time of his death.
Marc was the son of the late William Marcus Trautman and the late Dorothy Fudge Trautman, of Glasgow.
Survivors include his daughter, Harper McClure Trautman, a student at Miami University and a son, William Burch Trautman, a student at Auburn University, and the mother of their children, Stephanie Neal Trautman, of Cincinnati. Also surviving are his sister, Bambie Trautman Myers and husband, Ernie, of Glasgow; aunts, Jane Fudge and Eva Curry, of Campbellsville, and Mary Alice Jones, of Louisville; a niece, Lynn Courtney Myers Howard and husband, Michael; a nephew, E.L. Myers IV; and a great-niece, Madeline Myers Howard.
Marc will always be remembered as a very loving, outgoing kind person always wanting people to feel special. He was especially a very proud father. Marc was a member of Hyde Park Community United Methodist Church in Cincinnati, Ohio.
A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date with the final resting place at Glasgow Municipal Cemetery. Hatcher & Saddler Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements.
Published on October 16, 2018
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Sally, Rob, Tassy and Sarah Taylor
Nov 02, 2018
Our most sincere condolences to Marc's family.
Nancy Muzzillo
Oct 22, 2018
I worked with Marc at UPS and he will truly be missed.
jane H Baker
Oct 19, 2018
Love and strength to his caring family - too young and so hard -
Matthew flaherty
Oct 17, 2018
Met marc at ups. He was my supervisor. We had first bonded because we had A Lot of admirations for farms. He always said "I'm a farmer I can cut grass." I used this opportunity to see if he wanted to help me cut grass. I cut about 30 yds a week. There was alot of good times and storys. We confided in each other. A nice guy to say the least. He came to find me in the building no matter where I WAS IN THE BUILDING JUST TO SAY HI TO ME. Things were starting to get better for both of us. One day I wanted to go look at a car together. What a experience that was.
Farewell. My friend.