Keith, love you brother. You have been an inspiration and guide in my life. I will miss our debates and your insight on life. You are truly a genuine soul and will be missed. Stand watch over us. Shall your love and guidance live forever.
It was an honor to have served with Keith. Rest easy brother until our paths cross again. God bless you and your family through.
The news of your passing saddened me to the core. You succeeded and achieved at several major things during your 40 years here on earth; your accomplishments will never be forgotten! I am overtaken by shock and sadness, I don’t know what to say! ANOTHER GOOD ONE GONE TOO SOON – yes Keith that’s what you are! And so I a!so say to you Thank You For Your Service and Dedication To Our Country.
RIP Keith ‘Karaoke King’ Trent
Gone but NEVER forgotten
The news of your passing saddened me to the core. You succeeded and achieved at several major things during your 40 years here on Earth; your accomplishments will never be forgotten! I am overtaken by shock and sadness, I don’t know what to say! ANOTHER GOOD ONE GONE TOO SOON – yes Keith that’s what you are! And so I also say to you Thank You for your service and dedication to our country..
RIP Keith ‘Karaoke King” Trent
Gone but NEVER forgotten
R.I.P. my friend see you soon
Keith Joseph Trent, 40, went home to be with the Lord on January 1, 2021. He was born in Boonville, Indiana on May 18, 1980 along with his twin brother, Kelly Trent.
Keith was a highly decorated Army Veteran. He was very proud to have served our country. He served one tour in Iraq and was a level three Military Combative Instructor. He received many medals of service, such as the Combat Action Badge. He was also a long time scholar. He attended multiple schools for studies, including Ivy Tech and the University of Southern Indiana. Over the course of his studies, he received degrees in Mechanics, Criminal Justice, and Sociology. Keith was also Co-owner of Veteran’s Exteriors, a construction Company that he and his brother, Kelly, shared. He attended The Gathering Church when he could. Music was also a big interest to him. Keith really enjoyed working out. He and Kelly trained for MMA. He loved outdoor activities as well. He liked skateboarding and mountain biking. His cat, Panther, also held a special place in his heart. If there was anything that was important to Keith it was his family and friends. They were his soul, his happy place.
Surviving Keith is his beautiful daughter Lilly-Rose Trent; two brothers, Kelly (Ashley Sweet) Trent and Kevin Trent; a sister, Tricia Arvin; two nieces, Kelly Jo Trent and Melody Joy Trent; long time friends, Melanie Hickrod with children Kamea Timmer and Eli Myers, Linzy Wagner, and Sheila Gauer with children Chandra and River Gauer.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Keith’s daughter, Lilly-Rose, for future expenses as well as the family to assist with funeral expenses.
Sunset Funeral Home and Memorial park will be holding services for Keith on Friday, January 8, 2021. Visitation hours will be from 10:00a.m. until 1:00p.m. with the service to start at 1:00p.m. A remote service will be available through the zoom.us outlet. Please contact Sunset for more information.
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