William "Billy" Trero

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William Samuel Trero (Billy Trero) passed away September 6 th , 2015. He was born in Birmingham, Alabama on April 28, 1928 to Susie L. and Sam Trero. He was a war hero in WWII USMC - 6 th Marine, 2 nd Division enlisting at the age of 13 years old. He participated in action on Guadal Canal, Gilbert Islands and Saipan as a Qualified Rifle Marksman. (PFC) He received many awards and medals throughout his career including the Purple Heart. He married the love of his life, Louise Webb on July 7, 1955. They were married 60 years and had a big anniversary party recently. He was preceded in death by his four children Charlene Trero, Patricia Trero, Samuel "Sammy" Trero, and Lewis Patrick Trero; grandchild Stacy L. Ivy and sister Jo Hayden. Billy is survived by his children Debra Trero Ivy (married to Tim Ivy), Annette Trero-Juarez (married to James Juarez), Jackie (Lynn) Trero (and her ex-husband, Tim Bell); his loving Grandchildren Stephanie Ivy Kilty (married to Antony Kilty), Shawna Ivy Huezo (married to Frank Huezo), Jennifer Rozell Mixon (married to Creg Mixon), James Rozell, Sabrina Davis Jurick and Dominic Sklar; his loving Great Grandchildren Haven Mixon, Juliann Mixon, Luke Kilty and Edera Huezo; brother Malcolm (Maxie) (married to Mary Ann); sister Mary Rose Browning and numerous nieces and nephews and their families and Extended families he thought so much of.

Billy founded Trero's Re-bar Steel company and built his company from the ground up including being very instrumental in building the Astrodome and to lay re-bar foundations for many highways and buildings in the state of Texas. Billy was also involved with the VFW in Conroe, Texas serving as Commander and holding many other titles.

Billy was blessed to have many friends and family, the Patriarch of both sides of his families. He was a man that everyone looked up to and respected with honor. He also was a man of strength and wisdom not only loving his family and friends but also his God immensely.

The family thanks all that have been by his side to help with his last days on Earth. He will be greatly missed but we will take his strength with us all and carry on with love, dignity and respect.

The family will receive friends on Thursday, September 10, 2015 from 5:00 p.m. till 8:00 p.m. Funeral services will be Friday, September 11, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. at Metcalf Funeral Home. Burial will be at 2:30 p.m. the same day at Houston National Cemetery.


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Published on yourconroenews.com from Sept. 9 to Sept. 22, 2015
Arrangements under the direction of:
Metcalf Funeral Directors
1801 East White Oak Terrace | Conroe, TX 77304 | (936) 756-3311
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