In Memory

Trey Thompson

Trey Thompson

Trey Thompson
September 27, 1951 - February 7, 2023

We are sad to announce the passing of Trey Thompson. Trey's daughter wrote:

On Tuesday 7th February our lovely Dad/Trey sadly passed away. Dad had the ability to make a lasting impression on everyone he met. He loved telling stories, making people laugh, and making questionable looking meals (but they always tasted pretty good). Most importantly though, he loved all his family and friends deeply. He was so incredibly proud of everyone’s achievements no matter how small and loved to brag about them too! He was a proud husband of 45years to our lovely Mum, a great Dad to me and my brothers, a Baba to his two beautiful granddaughters, a Father and Brother in Law, a Cousin, an Uncle, and a great friend to so many. Through these sad times it has been so comforting thinking of and hearing great memories of him so please keep them coming. Dad loved a good chuckle and we know he’d like us to chuckle remembering him too. He will be deeply missed but his memory will always live on. 💕💕💕

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02/11/23 02:01 AM #1    

Chris Sumrow

I knew Trey my entire life. His father, Charles, actually dated my mother in high school!!  Our families stayed close over the years.  My you Rest In Peace, old friend. God bless you and your family. 

Chris Sumrow


02/11/23 11:11 AM #2    

Kathy Alexander

Rest In Peace Trey. My condolences to the family & friends during this difficult time. Peace be with you.      Kathy Alexander 





02/11/23 02:55 PM #3    

Jeff Baker

Trey was in my biology class sophomore year. Very personable unpretentious individual.

02/12/23 01:33 PM #4    

Frank Ricks

Trey and I were in Boy Scouts together for several years at Carter Park Methodist Church. I believe that we also knew each other at Rosemont Jr High. My memories are fading! But Trey was always a steady friend and I loved just sitting and sharing together. We reconnected after many years when he returned to the States for a time - I believe to help his parents. He was a solid guy and I will miss him! Rest in Peace old friend! My condolences to his family.

02/13/23 09:20 AM #5    

John Fletcher

I remember one of his comments that he used frequently. Instead of just agreeing with something, he would say, "Ya ain't wrong!"

Because Trey and Chris Sumrow were such longtime friends, that opened the door for me to get to experience Trey a little.

What a fond memory.

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