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Jared Clifton Trexler, 37, of Preston, Idaho, unexpectedly left our family that loved him so much. He was born Aug. 15, 1985, in Salisbury, North Carolina. He was the most kind and loving soul, with the biggest heart you'd ever know and a sense of humor that no one could compare. He was a thoughtful son, a goofy brother, a caring husband, a sweet father, a protective uncle, and friend to many that knew him and would do anything to help anyone. Though, his time here on earth with us was cut short, he had taught so many of us something that we will carry on for a lifetime.
He always used his kindness to show he cared for others and always tried to make them feel better and smile. For many of us, we will always remember his cheerful chuckles, his big smile, along with his bright eyes that sparkled. His silly actions, jokes, and facial gestures would make everyone in the room lighten up and laughter would explode. We will miss his warm and welcoming hugs that were never forgotten in any visit.
He worked as field service forklift technician. He was a man of much talent. He had many artistic hobbies. He enjoyed 3d printing, creating, and playing action board games, and a loved teaching others his tips and tricks for perfection. He had amazing painting skills that were admired and shared with many. Hours were spent with many family members of all ages, patiently showing them how to master their own talents. For those who got to enjoy those times with him are priceless.
He kept his life simple, and carried through it best he could make of it with the health issues he endured daily for many years. Throughout the years he made sure that everyone felt special and loved no matter what time of day it was or what he was going through himself. He always carried a humor to lighten any moment, when he first introduced his wife of 18 years to us, it went like this, " This is my girlfriend Suzie, and sometimes we kiss", as her face turned bright red with a smile, that is where their story began. He always said how much he loved his wife, and daughter and held them so close to his heart and never wanted to give up on them. His younger brothers, nieces, and nephews remember him always taking the time out of his day to pick them up, spoiling them with endless treats, playing games, watching movies with them, outdoor adventures, then sending them off with a big hug, a bright smile, and giant bag of candy, before taking them back home on a regular basis. As for any of the others that visited, he always made them feel welcomed. His first couple of sentences within entering the home would consist of "You wanna soda? Go grab you one, I got all kinds of them in there."
He is survived by his wife Susan Trexler, daughter Maddison Koryn Trexler, Father and Mother Bart and Shelia Trexler, Siblings: Amy Maddox, Angela (Steven) Van Nostrand, Jason (Julie)Trexler, Justin Trexler, John (Clarissa) Trexler, Jacob Trexler, and 18 nieces and nephews. We will never forget him and his love for everyone around him. He had the kindest soul you could come across and stood up for anyone without hesitation. We will never forget the memories that we were blessed to have with him during his short time here on earth. So, from all of our hearts with the deepest love, Jared, we send you off to your final resting place. Let there be peace where you rest and may your memories you left behind flourish from those who knew you to the next little ones to come, for you will never be forgotten, and always cherished.
The funeral service will be a private ceremony held with family members only. Burial will be in the Franklin Cemetery. Memories and condolences may be shared with the family at webbmortuary.com
Service will be held at a future date
Webb Funeral Home
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