March 3, 1996 – October 9, 2020
Trenton Walter Langford, of Shreveport, Louisiana passed away suddenly on Friday, October 9, 2020 at the age of 24. He was born March 3, 1996 in Shreveport, Louisiana.
He graduated from Northwest Louisiana Technical College with a Technical Diploma in Computer Net Specialist in May of 2019 with a 3.8 GPA. He started his first job at ProSphere as a Tier 1 Customer Service Technician in April of 2020.
Trenton loved to read, mainly science fiction and fantasy novels. He also loved fan fiction and Japanese anime. If he wasn’t reading you would find him playing games on his Nintendo Switch.
Those left to cherish his memory include his parents, Jesse and Rachel Langford; brother, Cameron Langford; grandparents, Linda Langford and Frank and Shirley Langley; numerous aunts, uncles and his fur babies Gray, Taz, Jessica and his sleeping buddy Chunk, whom will miss him greatly.
He is preceded in death by his grandmother, Deborah Langley and his grandfather, Ronald Langford, and great grandparents, Quinton and Lois Stringer. Lastly by just 12 days, his older brother Matthew Langley.
Trenton’s parents and family would like to thank his nurses on the 6th floor Covid unit. Also, a special thanks goes out to CCU Nurses: Caleb, Rachael, Sarah, Kristin, Angela, Debra and Tim who worked endlessly to provide intensive care and give comfort to his grieving parents. Finally, we would like to thank the Dr. Green and Dr. Hernandez for their long hours in taking care of our son and calling to provide updates daily. Thanks also to Dr. Howard for checking in on Trenton when he arrived to calm our fears when we were unaware of exactly what was going on.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
October 16, 2020
Trenton was my quiet son, He loved to read and could stay in his room and read books all day if you let him. My favorite memory is him saying " I could stay with you'll all my life. I don't want to marry or have a girlfriend because """They cost too much.""" Lol. He just never got the opportunity to meet the right one while on earth. Maybe God will give him an eternal wife in heaven?
October 12, 2020
My favorite memory is when Trenton was little, and we were at a softball game to watch Matt his brother. Trenton was sitting on a picnic table with my mom and he was looking for me. Out of no where he said where is Sha Sha he was the first to start calling me that and it stuck. I loved it when I heard him say that I just picked him up and Loved on him. It was time he said anything about me it just melted my heart. He will forever be on my mind.