Earl Arlin Thrasher III (Trey)

Earl Arlin Thrasher III (Trey), age 36, passed away on Wednesday, May 4, 2022 in Houston, TX. He was born on May 24, 1985 in Channelview, Texas to Earl Arlin Thrasher, Jr. and Lynda Marie (Thrasher) Springer. He is preceded in death by his mother, Lynda Marie Springer and father, Earl Arlin Thrasher Jr.

Trey is survived by his three children, Jayda Lynn Thrasher, Earl Arlin Thrasher IV, and Lynda Marie Thrasher, his siblings Mary Ann Byerly, Amanda Stringer (Jack), Ashlee Cruz (Freddie), Nicole Fay, Andrea Fittge, Elicia Breton (Rob), and Matthew Springer, nieces Kaitlin Byerly, Bella Cruz, Jocelyn Stringer, Carissa Byerly, Jalissa Chavez, Lillian Cruz, Lila Cruz, Nephews Slade Stringer and Kase Stringer, Stepfather Eddie Springer and Stepmother Deloris Thrasher and numerous family members and friends.

When his nation called, he answered by joining the Army. He worked as an Operator for Magellan Midstream. He was a devoted father to his children, and they meant the world to him. He was a son you could be proud of, a brother you could depend on, and an uncle who would make you laugh. He loved spending time with family and friends. He had a passion for life and enjoyed riding his motorcycle with his club. He was a fun, loving, hilarious, and outgoing person who did things his way, regardless of what others thought. He made friends wherever he went, and his death will be deeply felt by all who knew him.

A memorial will be held on Wednesday, May 11, 2022 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Crowder Funeral Home, 111 E. Medical Center Blvd., Webster, TX 77598. The procession to Houston National Cemetery, 10410 Veterans Memorial Drive, Houston, TX 77038, will leave Crowder Funeral Home at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, May 12, 2022. The ceremony will be held at the cemetery at 10:45 a.m.


  1. My Heavenly friend Earl,
    The news of your passing has been shocking to us all and I would like to thank you for your friendship. The joy and laughter that we had over the years that I have known you has given me impactful memories during this time. I will always keep you alive in my memories,thoughts and prayers. Rest well my dear friend and save me a heavenly drink brother. Your spirit lives on.

    SGT DeAndre Kelly

    DeAndre Kelly
  2. Prayers for the family of Earl (Trey) Thrasher. I served in Afghanistan with him & would do it again. He was a Soldier you could always count on. I’m very sorry for your loss.

    Spence Hutcheson
  3. Ooh Earl I will miss you dearly my friend. I wanna say from the time we knew each other you we’re always a stand up man helped anyone n everyone if you could when you could no doubt about that . Your were also a hero among other things but most of all you loved your kids n family and I tell you what brother it shows your kids will grow up to be something and someone amazing I hope you are proud of them as they are of you . I am so sorry your time was cut short, I pray your are at ease and on your new journey livin it up on the other side till we meet again..


    Joe hulsey
  4. Trey,

    This wasn’t supposed to happen. Not to you. I don’t even have words. I love you and I already missed you before you were gone. Now I’ll miss you forever.

    Brooke Guzman
  5. Hey trey I can’t believe you are gone words can’t Even begin to express how much you will be missed you were a big part of my childhood And a part of my family my heart truly goes out to you and your family But you will always and forever remain a part of my memories and my heart I love you forever and always Rest In Peace I love you to the moon and back earl thrasher. Your friend Michelle Barnett

    Michelle Barnett
  6. Trey, I first met you on the T-ball field with my kids behind our house. I last saw you at Fattys with my kids. And I just want to say that you gave me the best hugs when you were little and each and every time I saw you over all the years. I’ll miss you!

    Dale Sobolik
  7. Ranger Buddy you really messed me up with this one. Hearing of your passing is something I’d never imagine. You was such an outspoken man. We created a brotherhood that couldn’t be broken. One thing for sure about you was never was you afraid to speak your mind and if you was wrong you’d man up and admit it. Crenshaw, you, and myself held each down during our time over seas. If it wasn’t for us sticking close by each other’s side I honestly feel I wouldn’t have made it out. We had some good times and definitely some bad over in that country. Just keep them doors open up there for me bro. Imma sure as hell miss ya Ranger Buddy🖤
    Love ya bro💪🏾

    Rashid Slade
  8. RIP Trey I still lost for words can’t believe you gone!! Love and miss you bro.
    Fly high

    Dominick Sanchez

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