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Trent Armand Kendall

August 5, 1966June 27, 2018

Trent Armand Kendall was born on August 5, 1966 and passed away on June 27, 2018

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Stefanie Hochstadter

July 5, 2018

Trent and I were college friends. He was the most entertaining entertainer I ever met. He never ceased to make me laugh until it hurt. I reunited with him about a year and a half or so ago with another college friend in Fort Lauderdale when he was in rehearsal for Cats on a cruise line. We laughed and laughed as we remembered the antics that were college. I am still in shock and so hurt for his family and friends. I was so very blessed to have known him. We all were. Rest in peace handsome, talented man and friend...

Andrew Hulede

July 5, 2018

Trent brought the light and the party into any room he entered. I wish I could see it one more time. If you every had the privilege to eat any of his dishes you know just how much he was a artist in all that he did. I will miss you Sir.

Frank Santomauro

July 5, 2018

I knew Trent just briefly but in that time I found him to be warm and understanding. He was a tremendous talent and I am deeply saddened by this news. I just learned about it hours ago. My thoughts and prayers are with him, Mike and everyone else who knew and loved him.

Sincerely,
Frank Santomauro

Kelli James-Chase

July 2, 2018

Trent and I did Joseph...Dreamcoat together. I was his Narrator. He was a light in my life. I saw him perform last year at Phoenix Theatre and when I saw him afterwards no time had passed. He knew I loved jazz and blues so he would send me videos of him singing. It always lifted me up! He will be missed but I was so lucky to have known him.

Jennifer Allton

July 2, 2018

Trent was a kind soul and a talented artist. We went to Mizzou together and kept in touch through the years. He could always be counted on to have a funny take on the situation, and he lit up any room or stage he entered. I feel so lucky to have known him - my sincere condolences to his family and friends.