Support for Troy’s Life

Troy was a loving father, husband, brother, son, nephew, friend, friend to many. He served his country as an Army Airman and was honorably discharged in 2018.  He is survived by his wife, Allison, four children, 10 grandchildren and two great grandchildren.  He is preceded in death by his parents Linda (85) and Patricia (83).  Friends are invited to join our family in this time of need.  Troy was known to be a loving, friendly, and loving father.  He loved his wife, Allison and their children, Delaney (9), Kelly (6), Jacob (3) and Maleny (2).  Troy had a passion for learning, music, and teaching.  Troy was the drummer for the Legeith HS football team and a beloved teammate and friend to many.  Troy was really proud to be a teacher.  He had a strong passion for helping students and helping students with special needs.  Troy was also known to be a great listener and an incredible listener to overall conversations.  He would often remind Allison that her favorite song was "You Got This" by The Roots.  Troy was a dedicated father to Allison’s sister Yasmine and three children, Alyson (16), Keighlyn (10) and Lucey (3).  Troy married Allison in 1996.  He was blessed to call her his wife from the age of nineteen.  He was a loving, supportive, and loving father to Allison, Delaney, Kelly and Jacob.  Troy had a quiet and caring demeanor while he was at his desk as a school administrator.  He was a football coach with the Legeith HS football team and multiple teams throughout Texas, where he coached and mentored several young men. Troy was a loving, compassionate, and giving father to Allison, Johnnie (Amy) and Keighlyn.  He was the Coach of the Legeith HS football team since 2008. Troy honestly has no memories of his life before or after his discharge from the Marine Corps.  Troy is the dad of Allison, Johnnie (Amy), Keighlyn (Elise), Jacob (Daniel) and Maleny (Terri) and is survived by his wife, Linda (84) and two sons, Joshua (7) and Kameron (12).   Troy’s thoughts and prayers are with the rest of the family during this time.











Comments

  • Lindsay Duncan donated $20
    Troy was a wonderful father who was a good friend to my younger brother. May he rest in peace.
    • 1 mo
  • Crystal Moll donated $100
    My brother was in the Marine Corps with Troy for many years and I’ve seen how strong and resilient he is. I’m so sorry for his family. My brother radioed Troy to say he was in the ICU and he should be gone. I just heard him say 'god bless' and then hung up. I also heard Troy’s wife call me and tell me that Troy was "sending you all his best wishes". But I’m glad I could help in any way I could.
    • 1 mo
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