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Smith Funeral Home

404 West Bobkat Street, Moulton, TX

OBITUARY

Trent Thomas Roznovsky

January 28, 1998October 13, 2019
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Trent Thomas Roznovsky went to be with the Lord Sunday, October 13th, 2019 at the age of 21.

Trent was born in Lavaca County on January 28th, 1998 to Ronald Lee and Betty Jean Roznovsky of Moulton.

Trent was preceded in death by his grandmother Lucille Roznovsky.

Trent was a loving son, brother, nephew, cousin, friend, and uncle to his family and close friends who will truly miss his quirky attitude. Everyone he ever met has so many fond memories of him and were blessed to have known him.

Trent is survived by his parents, grandparents Annie Mae and Robert Berckenhoff of Moulton and Jerry Roznovsky of Shiner, siblings Eric and his wife Tasha and Lauren and her daughter Annabelle.

Trent enjoyed being involved with trucks, tractors, hunting, and spending time with family and friends. Everyone knew him as “Lil Roz” since he was the youngest of his siblings and had just started working in his dream job after graduating from Texas State Technical College in Waco with a dual degree in Diesel Equipment and Heavy Machinery in April of 2018.

Visitation began at 12:00 noon, Thursday Oct. 17, 2019 at Smith Funeral Home Moulton. A Rosary was recited at 7:00 pm, Friday Oct. 18, 2019 at St. Joseph Catholic Church Moulton. Mass was held at 10:00 am, Saturday Oct. 19, 2019 at St. Joseph Catholic Church Moulton with Father Gabriel Maison officiating. Burial followed in the St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery Moulton.

Words of comfort can be sent to the family at www.smithfuneralhomemoulton.com

Smith Funeral Home-404 West Bobkat Drive-Moulton, Texas 77975-Phone#-361-596-4631

  • FAMILY

  • Ronald Lee Roznovsky, Father
  • Betty Jean Roznovsky, Mother
  • Robert Berckenhoff, Grandfather
  • Annie Mae Berckenhoff, Grandmother
  • Jerry Roznovsky, Grandfather
  • Lucille Roznovsky, Grandmother (deceased)
  • Eric Roznovsky, Brother
  • Tasha Roznovsky, Sister-in-law
  • Lauren Roznovsky, Sister
  • Trent also leaves behind one niece, Annabelle.
  • PALLBEARERS

  • Grant Geissen, Active
  • Eric Roznovsky, Active
  • Dillon Berckenhoff, Active
  • John Berckenhoff, Active
  • Matthew Berckenhoff, Active
  • Bradley Berckenhoff, Active
  • Allison Drabek, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Hannah Perez, Honorary Pallbearer
  • T.J. Thomas, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Ethan Motal, Honorary Pallbearer

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, October 17, 2019
  • Rosary Friday, October 18, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Saturday, October 19, 2019
  • Burial Saturday, October 19, 2019

Memories

Trent Thomas Roznovsky

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Teresa Coleman (Arrechea)

October 19, 2019

My prayers and thoughts are with you today. Trent was a hard working happy student. Trent had a unique sense of humor. He could brighten up the room. He will be missed.

Russell Maresh

October 17, 2019

My heart and soul go out to the Roznovsky family and friends. The good Lord works in mysterious ways. He has a plan for each and every one of us. God bless you all in your time of loss.

Sharon Spurlin

October 17, 2019

Ronnie, Betty and Family,
We are so heartbroken and saddened to hear about God's decision to take Trent. There are no words that will adequately express our heartfelt sympathy to you during this very difficult time. Our hope lies in Jesus Christ, our thoughts and prayers are with you.
With our deepest sympathy,
Steve, Sharon, Trevor and Terrence Spurlin

Lucia Cao-Spurlock

October 16, 2019

Deepest sympathy & prayers!

Bill & Mary Lea Kloesel

October 16, 2019

Our hearts go out to you with love, thoughts and prayers.

Margie Kocian

October 15, 2019

Deepest sympathies and condolences to this young man’s family. His Grandma Lucille, my dear friend, will welcome him with sadness but open arms. May he Rest In Peace!

Rebecca J. Proschko

October 15, 2019

I am sending my deepest love n prayers for you all dealing with the loss of dear Trent. I am sure he is flying high with the angels watching each of you live out your lives now for him too and with his protection over you each.
Hugs of Love and Comfort 💞
Becca 🙏❤️💞

Amanda Orsak

October 15, 2019

Ronnie, Betty and Family:
We are very sorry about the loss of Trent. We are praying hard for you during this difficult time.
All our love,
James, Amanda, Dylan and Lindsay Orsak

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Biography

To Trent Thomas Roznovsky, the entire world was a stage. An expressive, optimistic, and uninhibited individual, he was a performer in the theater of life. To everyone around him, he seemed to be eternally happy, and he willingly shared that joy with anyone whose life he touched. And with just those simple gestures, he could evoke the most pleasant of emotions.

       His parents were Ronald and Betty Jean Roznovsky. He was raised to be warm, caring and friendly. He couldn’t help but capture everyone’s attention. He was definitely a little bit of a show off, but in doing so, he succeeded in entertaining his entire family.

       He managed to lighten the mood wherever he was, even during family squabbles. He seemed to have a knack for bringing compromise and erasing tense situations around the house. He had an older sister, Lauren and an older brother, Eric.

       He was possessed with an outgoing personality, a lively imagination and a mellowed enthusiasm for life that allowed him to be constantly on the go. He took part in baseball and basketball. He was a Boy Scout and a member of the Moulton 4-H. In his spare time he liked video games, building model cars, and racing his bike against his siblings as a child.

       He didn’t do it to be unkind or to garner all the attention. He enjoyed hands-on learning and applying the “practical” approach to knowledge, rather than getting caught up in “theory. He enjoyed some courses more than others, having favorite classes and teachers. His favorite classes in high school was Ag and History. The teacher he enjoyed learning from the most was Mrs. Anna Bartos.

       He was viewed by many of his classmates as being a creative and an artistic person. He was a jovial person who loved to share his passion for fun with others. He was able to discover new and different ways of answering problems and creating unusual and different solutions. He earned his Associate of Applied Science in Diesel Equipment Technology - Heavy Truck Specialization from TSTC in Waco, Texas.

       He was drawn to individuals and crowds, using his gregarious, adaptable and outgoing personality to captivate his audience. While growing up, some of his best friends were Grant Geissen, Dillon Berckenhoff, Dalton Thomas, TJ Thomas, Hannah Perez, Allison Drabek and Ethan Motal.

       He had a very successful way of dealing effectively with others, and his enthusiasm and energy was often contagious. His primary occupation was a Diesel Technician and employed at Boehm Tractor Sales.

       His favorite pursuits recently were fixing his truck and restoring his Allison Chalmers tractor.
      
       Trent was always ready to join in the fun and add his flair and energy to an organization. In high school, Trent played basketball and baseball and was a member of the Future Farmers of American and Spanish Club.

       His charitable, kind and giving, qualities that made him a natural volunteer.

       He was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church for his whole life.

       It is no surprise that he loved to visit new and different places. He was naturally curious about other places and loved the real life adventure. He was impulsive and willing to try anything once. His favorite vacations included River Trips with his friends.

       Trent's vehicle accident cut his life short here on earth. He is survived by his parents: Ronald and Betty Jean, his sister: Lauren, his brother: Eric, his sister-in-law: Tasha, and his niece: Annabelle. Services were held at St. Joseph Catholic Church and was laid to rest in St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery.

       He never had a mean bone in his body. He loved to have a good time and was an eternal optimist, always looking on the bright side of things. He loved to share his energy, wit, and his zest for all of his activities with his friends and family. Trent Thomas Roznovsky lived life to its fullest and made everyone around him happier just for knowing him. He will be remembered with a smile.