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Thomas Trenton Barber

Thomas Trenton Barber Thomas Trenton Barber (Trent) passed away March 10, 2013, at home in Austin, TX. Born November 15, 1972, in Clinton, OK, Trent grew up in Western Oklahoma and graduated high school from Piedmont, OK. In 1996, he graduated from Oklahoma State University's College of Engineering with a degree in Construction Management. Trent's professional career thrived in Austin, TX, where his passion lead him to form CTB Construction Services with his close friend and business partner Curtis Tiller. Trent is survived in life by his wife Cristen Barber and his stepson Drew Seigrist as well as his parents Tom & Lenore Barber of OK and Larry & Paula Waller of DC. His family includes his sister and her husband Kenya Barber and Nathan Aldrich of CA; Taylor Jones and his fiancée Nikki Alberts, OK; stepbrothers Mark Waller, Bruce Waller and Joe Waller, TX; stepsisters Deborah Reynolds and Deanna Huff, OK. Trent is the grandson of the late Woodrowe & Opal Barber of Roll, OK, and the late Johnny & Geneva Schatz of Kaw City, OK. Any free time away from his business was dedicated to spending time with his network of cousins and friends who he loved with all his big, honest and open heart. In lieu of flowers, remember the man through donations to the Trent Barber Memorial Fund, Oklahoma State University Foundation, PO Box 1749, Stillwater, OK 74076-1749 or online at www.osugiving.com by clicking Give Now and then selecting "Memorial Fund" in the dropdown box and typing "Trent Barber Memorial Fund" in the comments section. Everyone who knew Trent knows he loved his Cowboys. Memorial events will be held on Thursday, March 14, in Austin, TX, at the Oasis Restaurant from 6-9pm (6550 Comanche Trail, Austin, TX 78732). Remembrances continue on Saturday, March 16 at 11am at the home of Jim & Karen Barber in Roll, OK, followed directly by an evening get together at Packsaddle Bar south of Arnett, OK. For more information on the memorial events, please feel free to call Kenya Barber at (310) 866-0928.


Published in Austin American-Statesman on Mar. 14, 2013
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