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Green Funeral Home

600 Reid Ave, Fort Frances, ON

OBITUARY

Joseph Trent Madore

January 24, 1961July 3, 2020

Trent was born January 24 1961 in Brandon, Manitoba and passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on July 3, 2020.

He worked as an Electrician, Millwright and G1 Gas fitter which took him to several provinces and Mexico. His current employer was New Gold Mining Corp. for the last several years.

Trent was active on Marathon’s Volunteer Fire Department and as a Ski Patroller which he loved doing. He loved to hunt, fish, snow machine, swim, boating, camping, hiking, golf and hockey, which he was active in up to a year ago but you could still hear him saying “ I still got it “. His love of mechanics and wanting to know how things worked is what brought him out to his Man Cave garage and he spent many hours tinkering and teaching his Grand kids to follow in his foot steps.

Trent will be lovingly remembered and sadly missed by the love of his life, for over forty years, his wife Cyndee, his Son James (Laura); Daughters Amber (Lucas), and Megan (O’Neil). Grand children Chaleb, Mackenzie, Lorne, Daniel, Emma-Lou, Amelia, Kingsley, Alex and Kenniel. Sister Mandy (Yvan), Brother Bob (Linda), Sister Trina ( Ken) and Brother Rick (Rob), Sister in law Bonnie (Lorne), Brother in law Rob (Diana), Brother in law Brad and Sister in law Kerry Lee and his Mother in law Margaret. Predeceased by his Parent’s Ron and Maratha Madore and Sister in law Debbie and grandson Christian.

Cremation has taken place and as per Trent’s wishes there will be no service.

Be still and know I’m with you

Be still and know I’m here

Be still and know I’m with you

Be still, be still and know

When darkness comes upon you

And colours you with fear and shame

Be still and know that I’m with you

And I will say your name

If terror falls upon your bed

And sleep no longer comes

Remember all the words I said

Be still, be still and know

And when you go thru the valley

And the shadow comes down from the hill

If morning never comes to be

Be still, be still, be still

If you forget the way to go

And lose where you came from

If no one is standing beside you

Be still and know I am

Be still and know that I’m with you

Be still and know I am

Song: Be Still By: The Fray

Memories

Joseph Trent Madore

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Rick Madore

July 21, 2020

Hey! FL Hockey player! (This was Trent's nic name when we were kids). It stood for Fri**ing Lousy Hockey Player. When one called him that, one was wise to have an escape route already planned. I miss you brother and always will. I know you are up there in the Hintonburg Cafe in the sky having a few with Mom and Dad. I love you Trent. Rick xo

Andrew Cross

July 16, 2020

First let me start by expressing my deepest condolences to the entire Madore family, all who cared, loved and who Trent meant the most to.
My heart has been hurting for all of you and has been feeling the pain in your hearts. It is hard to put into words how you feel when you lose someone you love so dearly or has meant so much to you and your life. When I found out, my heart hurt for my brother and his family and all who Trent meant most to and I started to think of every time I got to spend with Trent. As so many experiences ran through my mind, his huge wonderful smile, wonderful laugh and sense of humour that I/we just loved to share together. But also the good lessons learnt working with a man who had so much knowledge, so humble and willing to share it. For me my memories will be of us working, us laughing and his huge wonderful smile.
Through any losses in my life I try to really focus on all the things that meant the most to me, the things I learned and the things that helped make me who I am.
We all should try to remember the good, the things that mattered most to us and support everyone through their mourning.
Trent you will be missed dearly by many but your impact will live on, I hope you are at peace in a better place.

Love Andrew and Candice

Lucio Soto Martínez

July 15, 2020

Querida familia, Cyndee e hijos.
Mi corazón se entristece por la sencible pérdida y el fallecimiento de un gran hombre ejemplar, compartí exelentes momentos en el trabajo lo que nos llevó a ser grandes amigos, agradesco al padre celestial que permitió conocernos. Amigos por siempre, Trent, siempre te recordare.

Bonnie Caul

July 15, 2020

Oh Trent
Me, you and the pool! I have so many fond memories as we shared our love of swimming! I already miss your joking and fooling ways. I will miss your kindness and your smile always. You were my family but you were also my friend. I will miss you as I try and make sense of this tragedy in my mind. I hope you are where you need to be. Love and laughter brother in law,I will never forget you.

Barb and Jim Bentham

July 15, 2020

Deepest sympathy to all the Madore family. Rest In Peace Trent.

Debbie Ross

July 15, 2020

Trent my friend you will be missed rest in peace my friend love always Debbie and Doug Ross

Trina Edwards

July 15, 2020

Dear Trent my twin ❤️ My heart is heavy ..we where born with the same heart beat as our mother, a emotional relationship being twins as it runs deep, as mutual, as delicate, as complicated as powerful. I’m so grateful to have had you as a twin growing up .. best memories Trent ..twinning as you would say .. you walk with me now heart to heart soul to soul . You and I have always been free spirits just doing our thing so I wish your spirit to fly to wherever you want because that’s who we are .. I celebrate your life dear brother forever in my heart ❤️😢 Trina xo

Carey Basaraba

July 15, 2020

Trent was a very good friend feel very bad about hearing of this as I always say just a a call away to talk I thought his new adventure would be up his alley he was like me likes to buy stuff another project as we say which drove the wives crazy your memory will never fade my friend and Cyndee we are a call away

Auntie Cheryl-Ann Moore

July 15, 2020

Known you since you were a baby full of love and life. That’s how you tried so hard to live. We laughed so much and maybe talked a little. Marcel and I will deeply miss you but you will always be with us at the fire pit and we will have a drink to celebrate your life. Love forever

Patrick Schmidt

July 15, 2020

Dear Cyndee and family,

My heartfelt condolences.

I will always remember Trent as a central figure in the great memories and joyous times had at the Hintonburg Cafe and also at the numerous social gatherings were we celebrated numerous Canada Days, New Year’s Eves, and in general, the joy of being with our shared group of friends. He will be missed and I will think of him often.

FROM THE FAMILY

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