OBITUARY

Trenton De'Von Townsend

February 18, 1984September 9, 2018
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Trenton De’Von Townsend, age 34, of Katy, TX passed away on Sunday, September 9, 2018. Trenton was born February 18, 1984 in Houston, TX. Trenton was preceded in death by his grandmother “Mama” Emma Townsend and uncle Alan “Tee” Townsend. He has left to cherish his memories his; parents Tracy Townsend and Robert “Mike” McCloud, Grandparents; Alvin and Ellie Townsend of Anniston, AL.; Uncles – Alvin Townsend II of Houston, TX and Timothy Townsend of Tempe, AZ.; Aunt Christine Townsend of Katy, TX; Cousins - Nicholas Townsend, Dara Townsend, Garrett Townsend, Gabrielle Townsend of Katy, TX, Chelsea Smith of Houston, TX and Laila Townsend of Tempe, AZ. Trenton was a loving son who enjoyed fishing, gaming and traveling. Trenton’s joy was laughing, helping, and being with friends. These friends were also considered his family. A special thanks to Ellen Donnell for your friendship, to include Tabby Wagner, Craig Salzar, LaTasha Carey, Jermaine Jackson, Anthony Taylor, Kendall Smith, and a magnitude of other friends that were in his life.

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, September 15, 2018
  • Funeral Service Saturday, September 15, 2018
  • Catered Reception Saturday, September 15, 2018
REMEMBERING

Trenton De'Von Townsend

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Ellen Donnell

September 24, 2018

I've known Trent for 11 years and. The best 11 years of my life. Trent was the life of the party. He brightened up any room when he walked in it. If he wasnt singing, playing with his dog Boulder, he was either spending time with friends or family or fishing. Trent was not only my best friend he was the love of my life. Life felt perfect with him in it. He could make me laugh on what i thought were some of the toughest situations, could tell when I just needed a hug or some motivation or even tough love. Trent was also an awesome father figure and role model to my son and loved him and me both to death. He always wanted what was best for us. Life has seemed surreal and has stood still since his passing however he has never left my side. Love you Trent Im forever greatful and blessed for our last phone conversation. I need some of your personality and optimism right about now.

Anthony Taylor

September 16, 2018

Trent we did so much together I can’t write it all in 200 words. You were my brother , best friend , the person I call to just chat. I’ll never forget our 20years of friendship and I’ll continue to run my every life decision by you ! Love you bother !

Tim Townsend

September 16, 2018

Trenton my nephew whom I wish to have spent more time with but time is something you can't control. My definition of him is the Trooper that exited early and don't have to deal with this world anymore. Elevated to another zone. Most don't get that honor. He didn't trouble anybody. He dealt his space like a man. He didn't Lean, he stood. Much respect from me. Only someone who endures beyond the normal can understand his silence. May he be remembered not just my nephew but one who held himself in strength when no one knew he was weak. Went out with his mind made up. I'll never forget the days I had with him. Changed his diapers, feed him and dressed him. That's just what you do while babysitting. All good memories and exciting ones at that. God Bless.

William "sykk" Fitzgerald

September 15, 2018

My love, respect, and condolences goes out to Trent's family. It was definitely a heart breaker to know he's gone. And I am definitely appreciative of the time we had. A genuine man, who's mannerisms and tone demanded restect. He will be missed.

To all of us hurting in this time of loss, the memories and love we have for Trenton(aka Goldie aka Gold grill) will lift our hearts.

Clarence Jones

September 15, 2018

There are so many memories that it's hard for me to pick just one. Mr Trenton AKA "GOLDIE" AKA "BARS" was my friend and mentor. I will truly miss him dearly. The memory I share is the day I gave him the nickname "Bars". I gave him that name as a metaphor, for hip hop, Everytime he said something I listened, and there was always some knowledge behind what he said. He was a very unselfish person that always cared about how another person was doing not just about himself. I used to have to force him to talk about his problems, and he would still give me a half answer than talk about my problems. My condolences go out to his mother for raising such a strong man. I am truly grateful I was one of many people he cared about. Thank you for the memories "GOLDIE" aka "BARS" WE WILL NEVER FORGET YOU I PROMISE. My prayers go out to his mother,family and friends thank you for the memories.

Omar Siddiqi

September 15, 2018

Trenton!!!! I can't believe this happened. Trenton was an amazing person. I worked with him for 2 years at Amcrest. He was always calm and patient at work. Anytime we had a task to work on together, he would always deliver on time. I remember every morning I would pass by his department and he would ask me what I have packed for lunch because I would be holding it in my hand. He would say it looks good and he wants it. I would actually try to give it to him, but he would laugh at me and say he was joking. During work hours I would go to his desk and tell him that a certain task is urgent, and he would chuckle and say "everything is urgent." I would also chuckle and say "yeah true, this isn't that urgent.... boss says everything is urgent, take your time brother." I can go on and on. Love you brother! See you in heaven!

Alvin and Ellie Townend

September 14, 2018

Every time I seen you I was overjoyed, you always made me laugh. We fished together when you where young and we talked about fishing when you got older. I enjoyed the last visit we had in February 2018 and cherish that memory. Sleep on until the promise in John 5:28 ,29 will be fulfilled and we will see each other again. Love pawpaw

Ricky Chambers

September 14, 2018

I’ve know Trent since middle school one of the best things I remember about him is he was always a great friend to any and everyone. He had no problem showing the people he cares about, how much he loved them. Full of talent and ambition you will be missed Bruh. Rest in Heaven

Glen Brown

September 13, 2018

I've been knowing Trent since I came here in 2012 Not only was he a customer but he was a friend and the best man in my wedding like a brother he will be missed the times we shared the laughs we shared and the joking he will be greatly missed and always remember rest in peace.

Javaria Zohra

September 12, 2018

I worked with Trent for two years. There was never a boring day when he was around. He was the life of the party, made everyone laugh and smile even in the most stressful days. The biggest thing I remember about him is how he knew when there was something bothering me, he would be the first one to notice and the first one to comfort me with words and a hug. I always felt like he was gonna go out and do something big in his life, he was so smart. He inspired me because he had so much courage. I can’t say enough about him. I miss you, I miss our 4:00 PM coffee gossip breaks we took, the advice you gave me in life about the smallest to the biggest things like men, perfumes, electricity, food, margaritas, relationships, family... just about anything you always knew what to say. You made me laugh even in my darkest days. The world lost an amazing guy. I hope you find peace wherever you end up. You are someone I will not forget ❤️