Trustman, Jay

Jay and his wife Linda, circa 2008  Photos courtesy of Jay Trustman.
Jay and his wife Linda, circa 2008
Photos courtesy of Jay Trustman.
Jay Trustman 1957
Jay Trustman 1957

Jay Trustman

Jay tells Mar-Ken.org:

After I finished school I went to work at Pacific Ocean Park in the food service section and in a short time was in charge of one whole section of food stands. That was because I was born and raised in the food service industry. When they closed the park I went to work for another company. I then got married the first time and we had 2 children. My mother passed away in 1974 and I bought a business in Running Springs and was there for a few years. I sold the business and moved to Big Bear Lake where I bought a restaurant. In 1984 I was made an offer on the restaurant and sold it. Then in 1985 I met my current wife, got married and I went back to work in the food service industry until I got sick in 1999 and was forced to retire. We now live on the high desert east of Lancaster and Palmdale in an area that does not even have a post office or its own zip code. We raise peacocks, pheasants and other birds for resale and as a hobby.

From 1956 Mar-Ken Yearbook:
Name: Jay Trustman
Class: Junior
Hobby: Coins
Suppressed Desire: To know everything
Nickname: Jay
Ambition: Forest Ranger
Expression: I’m real good

From the 1957 Mar-Ken Yearbook:
Name: Jay Trustman
Ambition: Plastic research chemist
Suppressed Desire: Fly to the moon
Interest: Fishing, bowling, golf
Favorite saying: “God bless it”
Destination: More education

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