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September 7, 1975 - February 27, 2021
Trenton Wade Thompson
September 7, 1975 – February 27, 2021
Born in Two Harbors MN to Claudia Rolando and Gary Thompson. Raised in Finland MN, Marco Island FL, Eden Prairie MN, and Arcadia WI.
From an early age Trent was always extremely focused and determined on everything he took part in. Much of that however was hidden behind his fun loving, goofy nature. With his brother Tyler a constant companion, he fished, hunted, snowmobiled and traveled from Minnesota to Florida and several other states along the way.
While in high school, in Arcadia WI, he met his life long love and companion, Kristie Hansen. After college Trent and Kristie made their way to Silver Bay MN, where they embarked on a series of adventures. They made a house, established careers, and started their family. Anna Marie, born in 2004 and Avry James in 2007. As a family they did everything together. They worked hard, played hard, fished and enjoyed the company of an immeasurable amount of friends and family.
Trent was a man of many talents. An amazing carpenter, problem solver, boat captain, welder, and friend. To be in Trent’s company was a fun place to be. He was a true “crowd pleaser”.
Trents life ended after a 23 month hard fought battle with brain cancer (Glioblastoma). He passed at home in the unwavering love and care of his wife and children.
Preceded in death by Grandfather Chummy Rolando.
Survived by; wife Kristie, daughter Anna, and son Avry; Parents: Mother Claudia Rolando (Jeff Buchman) of Golden Valley MN, Father Gary Thompson (Vicki Hoff) of Silver Bay MN.; Siblings: Brother Tyler Thompson (Kristi) of Silver Bay MN. Sister Alisha Broden (Dave) of Jordan MN; Grandparents: Charlene Rolando of Silver Bay MN, Sherry Thompson of Esko MN, Buck Thompson (Sandy Betzler) of Beaver Bay MN; In laws: Guy and Nancy Hansen of Eleva, WI; He also had 8 nieces and nephews, which he made them say, “Trent is great” on a regular basis.
Trent will forever be loved and missed by an extraordinary amount of extended family, friends, and co-workers.
A celebration of life will be held sometime this summer. More to come.
Till we meet again…
Love Team Thompson