OBITUARY

Claude Henri Trosclair

April 14, 1954February 10, 2021
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Claude Henri Trosclair passed away peacefully on February 10, 2021 with his family by his side. Claude was born in Sumter, South Carolina on April 14, 1954 to Joseph Didrick and Yvonne Theise (Canonge) Trosclair. He was a truck driver and had recently retired. Claude enjoyed golfing, fishing, baseball and softball games. He especially enjoyed watching the Green Bay Packers play. However, nothing came close to the joy that spending time with his grandchildren brought him. Every time he became a Papa, he was so proud of all his seven grandchildren. Claude was a friend to all and leaves behind so many wonderful friends. His parents preceded him in death. Claude leaves to cherish his memory his wife Lynda Trosclair; daughters Melissa Crawford and husband Mark Crawford of Buena Vista, CO, and Diana Andrews and Blake Andrews of Oklahoma City, OK; brother Terry Trosclair and wife Paula Trosclair of Wellston, OK; 7 grandchildren; 1 niece and 4 nephews.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Blake Andrews
  • Mark Crawford
  • Hunter Andrews
  • Brandon Hare
  • Tyler Becker
  • Brody Becker

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  • Visitation

    Saturday, February 13, 2021

Memories

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Hunter Andrews

February 16, 2021

Thank you papa for all the amazing car rides to practice and school. My favorite part was when you would tell me a story’s about something or you just a good old talks we had. I wish I could of given you way more hugs then I did. I’m going to miss the best a fan a kid could ask for especially when you were screaming the loudest. I can’t wait to have the dreams that you are in. Love you papa more than you will ever know. Miss you buddy

Melissa Crawford

February 15, 2021

My dad was my hero and a great role model. He would laugh and joke with anyone. The one trait I am glad to have gotten from is being able to talk to anyone. He taught me a lot growing up. How to work on cars, how to be a hard worker, how to be a great friend, and most of all, how to be there for the ones you love. I only wish I would have come sooner to spend more time with him. I would do anything to here I love you one more time, get another hug, or to just sit and listen to another story of his. I won’t let my girls forget their Papa. I will help take care of mom and Diana’s families. I know that is what he wants me to do now. It’s just hard for me to grasp that you are in heaven now. It will hit me one day. Just know I love you to the moon and back and will see you again dad.

Lynda Trosclair

February 14, 2021

To my best fried and loving husband of 44 1/2 years. I love you so much. We would sit and talk for hours about our hopes and dreams for the future. I promise you I will take care of our girls and grandkids. I will never let them forget how much you loved them. You will always live on in our hearts. I miss you so much. You left us too soon. I love you. And I will see you in heaven.

Diana Andrews

February 14, 2021

Dad, you taught me so much that I could talk for days about you. Growing up you were the best cuddle buddy. You always made me feel protected when I was scared, you even made me a special mister solution to spray on the monsters under my bed when I saw one. You gave the best kisses on top of my head like when they were trying to cut my body cast off and I was so scared they were going to cut me you kept brushing my hair back, kissing my head, holding my hand, and telling me it will be okay. You held my hand all the way to the hospital when I went into labor with Hunter and I remember when I kept telling you to slow down over the bumps because it hurt and you said sweetie I’m going 5 mph I can’t go any slower because we need to keep rolling to get you there. You made everything in life better just by you being there and I wish I wouldn’t have gotten so caught up in all the rush so that I could have savored those moments more. I’m gonna miss you daddy and I can’t wait to see you in my dreams.

Shane Jones

February 13, 2021

He found out that I’m a hard worker. We both lived watching football. He loves OU and Green Bay. He was my boss but to me he was like a best friend and would do anything for him. He loves to talk and I hated to talk but Claude wasn’t boring. He let me go to Austin for year’s and I visited my dad and cousin’s and aunt and uncle. We went to McAllen Texas and I kind of didn’t want to go but he went with me and I drove 13 hours over my log. I enjoyed every minute of being with him. He was very special like a god uncle to me. We use to play golf. He was so special to me even my family heard his name a few times. I’m happy I saw him at the TA . I could go on all day on the kind of person he was. He will live forever in my heart. God made him a special person and he touched my life and cared about me. I lost a special person with a big heart.

Jeff Kimball

February 13, 2021

Buddy. You sure gonna be missed. You were a little crazy. But i guess. That's why. I liked you. You were a hell of a father. And i lnow you are gonna be missed. I wish them packers could of one you one more Superbowl. Your gonna be missed claude. We love you and we will see. U on the otherside

Lesia Zimmerman

February 12, 2021

Wrapping you all in our thoughts and prayers. We are so sorry for your loss. We love you

Mike Kahl

February 12, 2021

When we worked together at Rich Distributing...this is where i met him and became good friends. We kinda lost touch,til i bought a house on 58th terr. Then found him again as my next door neighbor. Played golf and just became good neighbors! You couldnt find a better friend! Youll be missed my friend! Hope they have coffee in heaven! Send me a hint!

Derek Rucker

February 12, 2021

I just wanted to say thanks for always being at the games and helping out Blake, you made an impact on all of our lives. I'm glad blake and Diana gave me the chance to be on the team. It allowed me the opportunity to meet you. You will be missed by all. Always, Derek Rucker #10

Sharon Clelland (Grimes)

February 12, 2021

Claude always just treated me like one of his own growing up. He was a sweet man and I feel lucky to have known him.

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