Trenton “T” Thomas Godfrey

 

Trenton “T” Thomas Godfrey, 17, a resident of Deer Park, TX, formerly of Alvin, TX passed away on April 3, 2022 in Houston, TX. Trent was born in Webster, TX on May 1, 2004.

As many of you know, if you are willing and open to the experience, life can show you many things. In Trentons case, it reminded us all how to smile a little more….to appreciate a little more…and to understand the depth of how just much you as an individual, are capable of love. Because to know Trenton, if only a brief moment in this life, you could not help but to fall in love.

Despite his physical limitation, his heart was far bigger and more full than any normal mortal man. Trenton was a warrior, the true definition of determination, courage and a love for his people…and this was exemplified by how he loved those around him. With selflessness, strength, ferocity and yet with the gentle touch that only he could have provided….and a love that Trenton himself knew his family so very much needed.

Despite the battles he faced daily, his concern was not for himself, but for those around him. His ability to make everyone feel at ease, his sense of humor that made you laugh easier than you ever thought possible…so that when it was done, you walked away from Trenton feeling a better version of yourself than you did before. In his short 17 years on this Earth, he truly touched all those who knew him in so many lasting and wonderful ways.

And that was Trentons gift to this world. This is his legacy. That we were gifted with the opportunity to experience love and simple beauty in its purest of forms from a truly unique and amazing soul.

We are all better people for experiencing his life alongside him….and for this Trenton, we eternally thank you. You will never know the depth of your impact on our family, the people you touched and this world.

He is preceded in death by his father, Barry Godfrey; grandmother, Mary Salyer; grandfather, Randy Coffin, Sr.; grandparents, Glenn and Alice Godfrey; uncle, Ty Salyer.

Trenton leaves behind his mother, Christina Salyer, boyfriend Mark Cordes; father, Matt Salyer, girlfriend Kelsee Morgan; sister, Lilly Coffin; brothers: Tyler Godfrey, and Caleb Hutchinson; grandparents: Brent and Rita Salyer and grandmother, Cookie Long; aunts and uncles: Amy Coffin, Randy Coffin, Alex Coffin, wife Krystal, Mary Salyer, Roy Cannon, wife Candice, and Trisha Godfrey; and numerous cousins.

A visitation will be held from 5-8 p.m. on Tuesday, April 5, 2022 at Crowder Funeral Home in Pearland. Funeral service will begin at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, April 6, 2022 in the chapel of Crowder Funeral Home in Pearland. Burial to follow at Forest Park East Cemetery in Webster, TX.

Pallbearers will be, Matt Salyer, Randy Coffin, Alex Coffin, Tyler Godfrey, Preston Sullivan, Kelton Coffin, and Roy Cannon.

11 comments

  1. My deepest condolences to the family. I know you all lost a great person that can never be replaced. God took him home so that he would not suffer anymore. Prayers for the family.

    Linda Davila
  2. What an inspiration Trent IS. Glad I got to know him . Christina, you are a very special person like “T”. BOTH of you inspire me . Don’t forget what Trent would have wanted for his family and friends. Continue to laugh and live.

    edward bachar
  3. My deepest condolences to you and the family Christina. Trent will surely be missed by many. May he rest in peace.

    Vita
  4. Trent touched the hearts of many and he will be missed by all. My deepest sympathies to you and your entire family.

    Stanley Gondek
  5. What a Beautiful Tribute to Trenton. He was a very special and lucky boy to have you for his mom!! He is smiling down on you Christina and I am sure he is wanting you to know he is no longer in pain and he is with God now and living life to the fullest. Trenton would want you to remember all the great memories all of you made! Our deepest condolences to you and your entire family. May Trenton rest in peace with our Lord!
    God Bless.
    Scott and Phyllis Yuill
    Preston Sullivan

    Phyllis Yuill
  6. Dear Christina, I’m so sad to hear about about your son’s passing. My prayers are with you and your family always.

    Monica Cedillo-Cortinas

    Monica Cedillo-Cortinas
  7. Christina,

    We are sending our deepest sympathies for your loss. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers during this very sad and difficult time.

    Tammy and Lily Reese

    Tammy Reese
  8. I am very sorry to hear about the loss of this sweet, young man, Trent. I didn’t have the pleasure of meeting him, but all the kind words about him here sound as wonderful as his brother, my former student, Tyler Godfrey. Tyler, I send you my biggest hugs of support at this time, and offer more when you come back to school. And to your mother and family, oh my deepest condolences.

    Mrs. Dixie — DPHS-Wolters Campus
  9. Matt I am so sorry to here about Trent. You are in my Prayers . We Love you. May he rest in Peace Aunt Barbara and family

    Barbara Fuller Hampshire
  10. It has been my long held belief that we are all “ripples on a stream”. We never know who or how we affect others. I didn’t know Trent nor his family. I simply happened upon his obit and read it when I saw how young he was. Having read about him, you can see and feel how deeply he affected the lives he touched. And now, he has touched mine, someone he never even met. As I deal with my own health issues, I am encouraged by this young man and his incredible story. Thank you Trent for being the young man you ARE. I know you are with God and His angels, for now you too are one.

    MARK A REID
  11. Trent, you are truly going to be missed! Val and I are so blessed to have known you in this life. You are such a light in this sometimes dark world. Praying for your mamma and family as we know that you are their world. Love you!

    Laural and Val Pruett-Crew

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