Todd Dale Trump

Born: 06/18/1956 Passed:

Todd Dale Trump age 64, passed away August 8, 2020. He was born June 18, 1956 to the late Alva Keith and Betty Jean (Hauenstein) Trump. He worked at Cutty’s Sunset Resort for 30 years, was an avid Alabama “Roll Tide” fan, member of the VFW 3747 and loved cruising.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his sister, Janet Lynne Carbenia.

He leaves behind his loving wife of 28 years, Paula Kay; son, Michael (Megan) Trump and their children, Max and Henry; stepson, Shayne (Laura Diamond) Bachelor and his children, Lexie and Tiffany; a great granddaughter, Alex; stepson Shawn Bachelor and his children, Britainy, John, Jared, Eric, Wyatt, Violet and Otto; siblings, Judith Adams, Connie (Richard) Johnson, Bruce (Judy) Trump, Darrel (Cheryll Johnson) Trump and Terri (John) Fullmer; brother-in-law, Paul Carbenia; and will also be missed by numerous nieces and nephews.

A private Celebration of Life will be held in his honor. In lieu of flowers or gifts, the family requests blood donations to the Red Cross or monetary donations be made to the Leukemia-Lymphoma Society. Condolences and special memories can be shared with the family online at


Heritage Cremation Society




9 Tributes to Todd Dale Trump

  1. Susan Hale says:

    We are so sorry for your loss , the whole family is in our thoughts and prayers, Love Susan, Chris, Corey, Justin

    • Onalee M Brenneman says:

      I’m very sorry to hear of your loss. My love and prayers are with all the family at this time.

      • Theresa Livelsberger & Don Popa says:

        Todd was so awesome on so many levels! I met him at Cuttys. He watched my kids grow up. They are all 3 devastated. He was Like that “Uncle” that rode around the camp ground on the gold cart, although working, kept an eye on all the kids. Always had a smile, a wave, or a joke for the adults. He was so knowledgeable about everything about trailers, and Cutty’s. I had a chihuahua that was an expert escape artist. Bandit had a habit of taking himself on walks. Todd would scoop
        Him up and take care of him. He always had the best tan, and while healthy never seemed to age. It was so bizarre to my entire family that he looked the same for 20 some years. His work ethic was beyond excellent. Always professional, and followed through with every project till it was finished, educating us on whatever it was he was servicing. I never got to meet his Family, but my heart hurts for them for losing this sweet, hard working, fun man. I can tell you that this Cuttys family sure misses him.

  2. Cathy Sivert says:

    Paula, I am so sorry for your loss, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Todd, has taught me so many things over the years. I found his strength during his battle so incredible. He will be so missed.

  3. ralph laubacher says:

    i am happy to say i new Todd. ill miss seeing him at springwood lake. His family should be proud.

    • Linda Goulden Lot 302 says:

      Todd winterized my trailer for many years at Springwood Lake. I will miss him dearly.

      • Zach and Patti Willoughby says:

        We’re so sorry for this trmendous loss. He was such a great guy who truly loved his family. Our most sincere sympathies.
        Zach and Patti Willoughby

  4. Jeff and Paula Baker says:

    We am so sorry to hear about the passing of Todd. We have probably known him more than 20 years through Cuttys and he was always the nicest guy. We will miss seeing him tooling through the Park knowing that if we had a mechanical question about our camper he would answer it and solve it. Just the nicest person who I loved chewing the fat with. Paula ,You and your whole family have our deepest sympathy!

  5. Sherrie Ackerman says:

    Trump Family. Dale and I want to send our deepest sympathies on the loss of Todd. Gone way too young. Our prayers are with you.

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