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May 29, 2014
You will be greatly missed. I'm sorry Kim!
May 27, 2014
I loved your parents; and because of that love, I loved you as well. Dr. Lehman would come hunting at Grandpa's and you were right beside him all the way at the young age of 10! Great times, great memories, great friends!
Karon Durham
May 26, 2014
Trey and I were fraternity brothers and shared a number of ups and downs in our personal life and we had incredible fun times too. His love for his children was incredible and whenever I was with Trey, I always enjoyed his company, friendship and his wonderful generous spirit. We also had the same health issues. I had heart surgery and we compared notes, medications, and treatments and my subsequent recovery from the surgery, a stroke and the hard rehab. I never thought he would be lost because of this same thing.
I will never forget when he picked me up and threw me above his head after Texas scored against OU. I have no idea if we won the game but I doubt anyone has forgotten a 6'7" guy picking up another 6'7" guy and tossing him around over his head in celebration. No one from OU bothered us after that spectacle.
Trey, you were my brother and friend in the bond and in life. You were loved and you will be missed.
May 20, 2014
One of the greatest days we shared together was riding the Longhog Indian bike to the Texas-OU game for the great shootout in 2005! It was almost more awesome watching you than the game, as we watched Vince Young lead the longhorns to the victory by 33 - tying for the best all time win since the early 40's (1941?) - I'm sure you could correct me! We shared so many happy and sad times together, but this is one of the days I will remember the most! I love you and miss you my "Tree."
May 19, 2014
Rest in peace my fellow trumpeter. Rest in the peace of God. We will miss you.

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(L-R) Todd, Trey, Kim, Lesli (front). Missing my Tree!
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