Otis has left behind his loving wife, SarahJo Chenoweth and their children, Aaron, Jasmine and Kaden Trull; his mother, Donna Michaels; father, Jerry Trull; brothers, Luke, Trevor, John “Zac” and Bryce; sister, Paige; loving grandmother, Bambi Trull; uncles, Brock and Mike; as well as many other family members and friends who were dear to his heart. Otis was preceded in death by his sister, Chalean; aunt, Cindy and grandfather, Otis.
Otis is best known for the love of his wife and children. He was surrounded by those he loved and cared about, even if he had a hard time showing it. Those that knew him best knew that he was hard headed and sometimes stubborn, but they knew he loved them in his own way.
Otis played the guitar and sang his songs, even those he wrote. He enjoyed his loud motorcycles, cars, trucks and anything fast. He lived his motto: “Ride hard. You can rest when you’re dead.”
Through his life Otis worked as a logger, mechanic and rocker. He enjoyed camping and fishing with his family and friends.
Saying goodbye, Otis sings the words to one of his favorite songs for those he has left behind: If I leave here tomorrow, would you still remember me? For I must be traveling on now, ‘cause there’s too many places I have to see.