How did Trent Gregory die ? Cause of death revealed

The entire Ellison Eagle Family is feeling an immense amount of sorrow following the news of Trent Gregory’s death.

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Who was Trent Gregory die ?

Trent was a beloved member of the Ellison High School community and he made it his life’s mission to inspire, motivate, and lead those around him. To the students and faculty who were lucky enough to know him, Trent was an unmistakable presence, bringing positivity, warmth and enthusiasm to all
he encountered. His legacy will be remembered for many years to come as a true pillar in his community; with unparalleled work ethic and unwavering integrity, he taught us all what is means to be a good person. Rest In Power Coach Gregory – you will be forever missed by your teachers, your players, family, friends and colleagues.

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How did Trent Gregory die ? What was his cause of death?

Trent Gregory was a gifted teacher who touched the lives of those at Ellison High School in Killeen, Texas. Unfortunately, his time on this earth was cut short after he suffered a massive heart attack right after giving the eulogy at his mother’s funeral. His loss will be mourned deeply in his hometown, as well as by his former students who were fortunate enough to have experienced Trent’s generosity and kind spirit during their time at Ellison High School.

Tributes Poured for Trent Gregory across social media

Oh no! That is so very sad. Trent was such a nice man. Prayers for his family.

Juliana is in the hospital also damn Trent and I played sports together since we were kids, damn this hurts bad

He was such a great man and my son, Chris Kuta loved him dearly. I’m sure they’re coaching a great football team together in heaven now.

RIP Coach G. Love this man. He was a great coach and he love the life skills kids

Just bummed, reflecting on some of the great guys of the class of ‘79, Mike Dixon and now Trent. I was lucky enough to get to play football with both and literally get blasted by both at the same time in practice. They both made me want to be better. 🙏🏻