Trent Ryan Obituary, Death – Trent Ryan of Chicora, Pennsylvania has unexpectedly passed away on January, 05, 2023. Trent was a former worker at Standard Bent Glass. He attended Butler Area Senior High School. We learned of Trent passing through a social media post; Trent Ryan I would not have thought that this would have been the last time that we ever rode our bikes together, nor would I have guessed that you would have been so ecstatic to find out that you had won the money for the night at bike night. You took that money and made sure that all of your close friends had something to drink by buying them all drinks.
You were so laid back, and you were always game for a discussion. You also always had a big smile on your face, and your laugh was contagious. We may not have seen each other as frequently as we once did, but whenever we did get together, we always had a fantastic time. You were and still are a wonderful friend who I had the privilege of growing up with, and you continue to be so. There were a lot of memories made, and they will be remembered for the rest of our lives. I know you are on those golden roads riding that fresh new Harley that you mentioned you wanted to get, and I am jealous. Rest in peace, buddy. I’m sure you’re enjoying life more now that you’re not suffering anymore. I will be praying for the family and friends, and know that I love you, buddy.
Trent Ryan’s GoFundMe
Hello. Greetings, my name is Alicia. I have decided to start a GoFundMe campaign in order to help the Ryan family, who tragically lost their son Trent earlier today. The funds will be used to help alleviate some of the financial strain caused by his funeral costs. If you can find it in your heart to assist, even the smallest amount will go a long way toward making a difference. Trent was an incredible member of his family in every capacity: son, brother, uncle, nephew, cousin, and friend. He won the hearts of many people, and their loss will be profound.
He was always cracking jokes and had the friendliest smile around. The great outdoors and the sense of independence he got from riding his Harley were two of Trent’s favorite things. He took over and assumed the responsibilities of a father to his nephew Hunter, who adored him to the moon and back. Nobody who knows Trent could ever look at him without breaking out in a smile. He was the most entertaining guest there. He will remain in our thoughts and memories forever.