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Trent Blaine Gough (Pug)
I am a joyful, powerful,
compassionate man of light!
In loving memory of our son, brother, uncle, and friend. Trent was freed from his body on Wednesday, February 20, 2013 and he is now back in his mother's arms. We are in such gratitude to have had the blessing that Pug has been in our lives.
Trent was born November 30, 1982 to Blaine and Lynda Gough in Salt Lake City. He lived in Draper his entire life. He graduated from Skyline High School and attended Dixie State College.
Trent loved the outdoors, BMX racing, snowmobiling, customizing trucks, his dogs, and being the best uncle. Trent grew up on his bike making racing and jumping look effortless. He was featured in Sledheads snowmobile magazine and various production videos tracking thru deep powder and flying over cliffs. Trent was idolized by his nephews and nieces for his infectious joy, daredevil skills, and BMX coaching. They all looked up to him.
Trent was always the life of the party with his friends and the parties usually ended up on the water at Flaming Gorge or Lake Powell. He created many memories and amazing relationships with his closest friends being a goofy, funny, and child like presence (Pug-and-Play). He could always create laughter by quoting the funniest lines to any movie in any situation. He was a best friend to many and kind spirit to all.
He is survived by his father Blaine, three brothers: Trevor and Kristie (Hailee, Samee, Madi, Kenna, Addi, Rhiya, Jaxon, Lily, and Joci), Tim (Maddy and Hunter), Mike and Jen (Mia and Morgan), Sister: Nici and Randy (Pete and Afton), and the loves of his life Brittany and Deegan.
Trent was preceded in death by his mother Lynda VanOostendorp Gough.
Services will be held at Larkin Sunset Gardens (1950 East 10600 South) on Tuesday, February 26, 2013 at 11:00 a.m., interment immediately following the service at Mountain View Memorial (3115 East 7800 South).
To keep Trent's passion alive and in lieu of flowers, the family asks that you donate to Shriner's Hospital for Children (801-536-3567), with a note; "This donation is in loving memory of Trent Gough".
Online condolences at www.larkincares.com

Published in Salt Lake Tribune from Feb. 23 to Feb. 25, 2013
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