Camden Ronald Trendler
Feb 11, 1990 – Nov 11, 2014
Camden Ronald Trendler, age 24, passed away unexpectedly on November 11, 2014. Born February 11, 1990 in Denver Colorado, he moved with his mother and sister to Seattle during the summer of 2005. Survived by his mother, Kelly Trendler, her boyfriend and family friend Tim Meyer, his father Calvin Trendler and his wife Kelli, his brother Cory and his wife Karen Walton, sister Carly Eddington and her husband Brandon, niece Paige Eddington, nephew Brayden Eddington. Also survived by his grandmother Phyllis Rudolph, grandfather Ronald Latimer and his wife Rebecca, grandmother Doris Trendler, and aunts, uncles and cousins, who all loved him dearly. He loved spending time with his niece and nephew, they thought the world of him. Paige and Brayden loved nothing more than laughing and playing with their uncle Cam. As an uncle, son, brother and friend, Camden was the most loving, supportive, selfless person anyone could ever meet.
Camden was a loving, caring, vibrant, handsome young man with a unique sense of humor and embraced life to the fullest. He was ambitious, talented, and athletic. He was goalie on his ice hockey team from the age of 4 to 15. Ramps and rails were his challenge on a skateboard. An accomplished musician on drums and trumpet, he played in various bands, both in Denver and Seattle. Constantly listening to all types of music, he especially loved jazz. His artistry included photography and drawing. He recently had become enthusiastic about cooking, creating new recipes, even gourmet meals.
Camden was loved by all who knew him. Words cannot express how much he will be missed. Our hearts are broken. He loved his book of selections by Rumi.
“Though to you this time seems midnight,
To me the dawn of a joyful morn seems nigh.” -Rumi
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