OBITUARY

Trenton Roger David Adams

July 14, 1985October 9, 2020
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Trent was born on July 14, 1985 in Ballwin, Missouri to Thomas and Linda Adams. He was an active and fun loving child. His early education was through Christian schools, where he kept his teachers on their toes. By high school, he begged his parents to be able to go to public school because he really wanted to be able to ride the big yellow bus as opposed to having his Mother take him to school. As he grew into an adult, he found his calling in the construction industry, much like his father.

He was preceded in death by his father, Thomas, grandparents Rev. John Holloway and Bonnie Holloway, grandparents David and Lorena Garver, and his faithful canine companion for 15 years, Storm. Although he was born in Missouri, he grew up in Sanford, Florida which he considered his home. Trenton was free spirited, funny, caring and eclectic. He dearly loved all his family. He was an electrician, working with the IBEW union, local 606. He was excited about life and what was to come. He enjoyed tackling new projects and was becoming adept at various skills.

He found true joy being able to ride his motorcycles and going out on “road therapy” with his friends or wife. He was an accomplished musician, teaching himself to play guitar and drums and was in numerous bands as a young man touring throughout Florida and Georgia. Most of all, he loved being with his wife Cynthia, who he described as his rock and best friend. He had a handful of close friends that he considered brothers and father figures. He was always up for a good laugh or prank and will be truly missed by those who knew and loved him.

Left to cherish his memory is his wife, Cynthia, his mother, Linda, Cynthia’s Family (Richard, Davi, Rohan and a multitude of aunts, uncles and cousins), his father’s family (Holloways) and his mother’s family (Garvers) and his aunts, uncles and cousins from those families.

Most importantly, Trent believed in the Lord Jesus Christ. He accepted Jesus as his Lord and Savior on September 8, 1992 at the age of 7. Although he may have wandered growing up, he found his faith again thru the influence of his best friend, Doug.

Trent went to his eternal heavenly home on Friday, October 9, 2020.

Services

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, October 14, 2020

  • Celebration of Life Service

    Wednesday, October 14, 2020

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Steven Hitchcock

October 16, 2020

Trent, we met at bvc working nights,. You always had a smile, a joke or a revenge prank to pull on someone (like a whole bottle of wire soap in their tool bag, or posting Dale's car for free on Craigslist!!) You nicknamed me "Russell" for the chunky kid in the movie Up, and as friendly revenge, i saw the pic of the bike you picked up on FB, saw the tattoo and nicknamed you Tramp Stamp Trent! Man i'm going to miss our conversations, texting jokes back & forth.
God speed my friend, be at peace.
To his wife and family, you have my deepest and sincerest condolences. If there is anything I can do, please reach out.

Terran Scarfo

October 15, 2020

Trent,
We met when we were teenagers, maybe 18 or 19 years old. We drifted apart as we grew into adults but I always thought of you fondly. Years later when we ran into each other as adults and became friends all over again. I was not surprised to find you had grew into a respectable, admirable man. The news of your passing is so heartwrenching and I have a thousand prayers for those closest to you who feel this lose the deepest. Rest easy Trent; and know how loved you are. My deepest condolences to your beautiful wife and family.

Marina Quinones

October 14, 2020

Trent,

I know you carried a lot of sadness, but I hope now that your soul is at peace or at least finding it's way there. You and Storm can now be together.
I Love all the metal shows we went to and seeing you play on stage was always a lot of fun. I think that is how ill remember you always.
You were a very talented guitar player and a great vocalist. <3
You were a crazy, wild, goofball with a big heart and a lot of internal conflict. I understand why you had to go, but it still makes me sad to know that you and Storm are gone.
I love you Trent! Give Lanya a big hug and kiss for me! <3 <3 <3

-Marina


Jennifer Kenny

October 14, 2020

Trent is my Local Union Brother. Trent always had a smile and happy greeting for everyone at the Union Hall.
I am praying that all who loved this wonderful young man find peace in their many happy memories.

Wishing you peace,
Jennifer Kenny

Teresa Miles

October 14, 2020

Linda,
Please know that my heart truly aches for you and your sorrow in losing Trenton. I know that he was a loved and cherished son and there are no words to ease your pain. I pray that you feel all of the love and support that is being sent to comfort you during this time and the days ahead.
Much love,
Teresa

Brad Thiboult

October 13, 2020

I'll miss ya, buddy. Lot of good memories. A few bumps in the road, but a lot of good memories, learning to grow up, and bonding. My sincere condolences to Linda, his mom and Cynthia, his wife... the whole family and circle of friends, really.
Trent could be a real good, caring dude. I think we all know he could get pretty feisty at times too. I was really happy for him and proud of him over the last few years.
I remember I used to tease him for calling me so many times a day instead of just shooting a text, years ago. My phone would show stats on who you talked to most and I remember showing him that we talked on the phone more than I talked to my mom and wife combined. The look on his face was just priceless.
We shared a lot of really good moments in the studio and on the stage, as well as a few blowouts; but that's how it goes. We eventually talked it out each time and got to a better place. I was amazed at how easy it was to just chat about things we had polar opposite views on last time we talked. It was easy to just agree to disagree and move on with a really good chat. That was a really good phone call.
Trent was great at checking in with people he cared about. We can all take a lesson from him on that, I think.
RIP, brother.

Harriet Ford

October 13, 2020

Linda,

I want you to know I am thinking about you and praying with you. I didn't know Trenton very well as I only met him once several years ago. Even meeting him that one time told me a lot about his character and his love for you and his Dad.

Take care, and know that I'm thinking and grieving with you.

Love, Harriet

Jennifer St John

October 13, 2020

Trent - I'm going to miss you dearly. I will always remember the time we shared. You were an amazing man with so many talents. You will be missed.. My condolences to the family.

Terresa Herzog

October 13, 2020

I am sorry to see you go dear friend. I hope you are at peace with Storm in heaven. Chester loved playing with you, I loved sitting with you when you would create a new song or take me for a quick motorcycle ride or go to lunch somewhere. You had a loving heart and a giant sense of humor. May you Rest In Peace.

My condolences to Cindy and the rest of his family. You are all in my heart.

DIANE "Dee" Kashlak

October 13, 2020

Cynthia - I remember your joy and happiness when you were planning your wedding and can only hope you hold the love you shared and those memories tightly in your heart during this difficult time. You are in my prayers with heartfelt condolences to you and the whole family. God bless.
Dee

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