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Obituary for Lyle Earl "Butch" Trimm

Lyle "Butch" Earl Trimm was born on October 6th, 1957 and passed away on May 25th, 2022. He was a long time resident of Hainesport, NJ. Lyle was a truck driver for many years, enjoyed hunting and fishing, and was a self proclaimed jack of all trades. He is survived by his loving daughters Latisha (Preston Bolen), Emilie (CJ Pierce), Linda (Travis Warburton), and Rebecca (Chris Wutsch). Grandpa (aka Peepa) is also survived by his amazing grandchildren Cereja, Teagan, Sean, Skye, Dejah, Elijah, Rebel, and Ignatius. Butch is also survived by his mother Julia Trimm, his sisters Julia (Denny Ward), Clara (Mike Perry), Anna (Billy Marinella), and two brothers Richard and Robert Cooper. He is also survived by nieces and lifelong friends. He is preceded in death by his father Lyle K. Trimm.

Dear Dad,
We want to thank you for being you. You gave us a fight and love all in one crazy confusing life. You were not perfect by any sense of the word. You drank too many and spoke out of turn, but you know what….. we all have demons and yours came with lessons. You inadvertently taught us life lessons that some will never understand. You were not an easy person to deal with because you could be tough, annoying, and obnoxious. Then, in a split second you became strong, resilient, persistent, and fearless. You sir became Superman. How lucky your grandchildren are to know such a soft side of you. They loved you endlessly and looked at you like a god and I am thankful for that. What a gift to have such innocent people see past your flaws and mistakes and just simply love you for you. Dad you are an incredible force of nature, it has been the greatest honor being your daughters. You loved us as best you could in the moments you were able to do so. Tish and I are so blessed to have been able to hold your hand through one of the most peaceful moments of your life. We, and you, have learned through this journey that we no longer owe explanations to people for our choices and actions, and we took that freeing journey together. Dad thank you for this life, whether the moment was good or bad, thank you. Thank you for these lives you have created that in turn made even greater more amazing lives. Your legacy will forever live on, your love will forever be shared, and you will never be forgotten. You fly high Superman!

Love Forever and Always,

Your daughters.

As per Lyle's request, he will be cremated. In Lieu of a service we ask that you make a toast to him, share a memory, laugh with a friend, and live your life to the fullest. Arrangements were made with Ed Kaelin III at the LEE FUNERAL HOME, Mt. Holly.