Cindy K. "Trenton Fortune Obituary" Cummings

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Trenton Gene Fortune

July 15, 1997 - February 13, 2015

Trenton Fortune, 17, went to be with the Lord on February 13, 2015. Trenton was a junior at Montgomery High School was killed in a accident.

Trenton was a kind, forgiving, honest and loving young man. Wise beyond his years, he rarely judged others or spoke ill of anyone. He strived for everyone to get along and was many times the peacekeeper among friends and family. He had an infectious smile and made everyone laugh with his kidding and jokes. Trenton was respectful to everyone and many of his teachers spoke of his respectful and kind nature.

Trenton loved adventure and being a free spirit. He loved to ride motorcycles and started riding with his granddad when he was 4 years of age on his first dirt bike. Trenton loved to hunt and shoot and rarely missed his target. He often fished with his friends in Lake Conroe. Trenton preferred being outdoors in the country or at the lake.

Trenton worked at Creekwood Shooting Sports. He prided himself in never being late or missing a day of work.

Trenton is survived by his parents Gene and Jill Fortune of Floresville, Texas, Amy Johnson of Mineral Wells and Michael Johnson of Arrowbear, California and brother, Chase Foster, Grandparents, Terry and Cindy Cummings of Montgomery, Texas, Terry and Cindy Fortune of Burkett, Texas, Tommy Young of Millsap, Texas and Masako Doi of Zushi City, Japan, great-grandparents Charles and Frances Greenway of Baird, Texas. Teruko Doi, Yokohama, Japan. Trenton was survived by many loving aunts, uncles and cousins. Also special in Trenton's life was his beloved girlfriend, Madison Pratt, the Sherrill family, the Miller family, the Oliver family and so many other close and dear friends.

In respect of Trenton's wishes to become part of something new and free on the earth, Trenton will be cremated and his ashes shared with loved ones and in the many places he loved to ride, hunt and fish.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to the .

Two Celebration of Life Services will be held:

First Methodist Church in Cross Plains, Texas

Wednesday, February 18, 2015 at 2:00 PM

1000 North Main Street, Cross Plains, TX 76443

Lonestar Cowboy Church in Montgomery, Texas

Thursday, February 19th at 4:00 pm

21627 Eva St, Montgomery, TX 77356


Published on yourconroenews.com from Feb. 15 to Feb. 28, 2015
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