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Myron Trinkle

MYRON EUGENE TRINKLE, age 53, of Willoughby, OH died suddenly May 12, 2017. Myron was born in Cleveland to the late Harold E. and Loretta (nee Cox) Trinkle. He graduated from Willoughby South High School in 1982 and worked as a funeral assistant for several funeral homes on the east side of Cleveland. Myron’s hobbies included golfing, fishing and playing pool. His family described him as a fun loving happy go lucky man.

Myron is survived by his children Ashley (fiancée Jenny) Trinkle, Kayla Trinkle and Mya; his former wife Kimberly Trinkle; sisters Melodie Trinkle and Menzie Hrovat; and nieces Candice, Angelina and Racquel Hrovat.

A Celebration of Life Service will be Thursday May 18, 2017 at 1 pm at The DeJohn Funeral Home & Crematory of Willoughby Hillls 28890 Chardon Road. Burial following in Knollwood Cemetery.

Family will receive friends to pay tribute to and celebrate the life of Myron on THURSDAY from 11 am – 1 pm at the funeral home.

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  1. Laurie Nickel :

    So very sorry for your loss! Sending prayers, love and hugs from Aunt Gail Anderson and Laurie Anderson Nickel and family!

    • Menzie Hrovat :

      Thank you so much for posting signing he sure would love this knowing fiends and loved ones loved him God bless you see ya

  2. Rowena Vavages :

    My sincere condolences.My brother Vaughn Vavages and Myron went to school together.

  3. Sandy Bourgeois :

    Thoughts and Prayers for all of you. Loved “The Kid” as I always called him.
    Love and Hugs to all of you. Sandy,and my Kids, Sherri, Terry Joe, Chuck

  4. Joseph C. Swidas :

    Dear Melodie, Menzie and Families,
    I was so sorry to hear the news this morning, of Myron’s passing. My prayers are with you all at this time of sorrow, may the Lord give strength and comfort to you all at this time. I have such great memories of Myron, his smile and laugh and of course his friendship with my brother Chris, back when we were all younger. They had a great passion for McDonald’s hamburgers and French fries-it seemed back then that’s all they ate. You and your family were very special friends to me and my family when my brother Chris was killed in 1979. I am comforted in knowing today, that although we say “goodbye” to Myron that he is now reunited with your Mom and Dad, and my brother Chris and my Mom, and all those we have loved who have gone on ahead of us. I look forward to the day that we will all be with them again in Heaven, where there is no more sickness, pain, no more sorrow…no more death. God bless you all at this time. My prayers are with you.

    • Menzie Hrovat :

      Thank you so much sweetie I so happy we have those memories we sure will Miss him his been in so much pain for years but this year took a tole on him is neck couldn’t hold it up to much and fall a lot yes I tell you has years went ny Myron always talked about Chis he had a tattoo on him of chris could never get over it and he will me with all if them now your mom my Mom and Chris God bless you thank you so much we sure had fun I going to miss him blowing up my phone calling me worrying saying menzie where are you and the talks we had about is pain and worry about his children and mh daughter’s telling me he can’t do much because his in so much pain I don’t know where you live but if u can it would be nice to see you God bless you see ya

  5. My deepest sympathy and condolences on the families loss. Myron and I worked together many years ago, in the mid 80’s at Baker’s Shoe Store in the Euclid Mall. He played football for South and I played for St Joe and he was so proud his team beat ours in the 1980 playoffs. He truly was a happy guy and a nice man. Again, my sympathies to the family.

    • Menzie Hrovat :

      Thank you for posting Myron would love this knowing he was remembered and thank you so sharing the memories to me see you there at the funeral not sure where you live but he would love to know yoor there God bless you thank you

  6. Loretta Jarrell -Nebe :

    Our heartfelt Condolences for for the Trinkle family. Menzie and I were best friends in elementary school .God’s Peace be with you and everyone Myron knew.

    • Menzie Hrovat :

      Thank you so much for posting are you on Facebook? good memories of Myron he loved playing baseball do you remember I going to Miss him so much his not in pain anymore God Bless you maybe we will see you tomorrow if you are still living in Ohio

  7. We have lost a great man way to early in life my heart goes out to all of you.

    • Menzie Hrovat :

      thank you so much we sure did he was still eating French fries and potatoes and he had a new thing he line Belgium Waffle’s can you believe it lol thank you for for posting he sure loved this God bless you seen you there if you can at funeral

  8. Caralynn Matousek :

    So sorry to hear about Myron, he was an awesome guy always having fun! He will be missed greatly! Rest in peace heaven gain another Angel!

    • Menzie Hrovat :

      Thank you so much great memories of my brother his not in pain anymore suffering for years God is taking care of him God bless you see ya

  9. My deepest condolences to the family! I was a class behind Myron at South! Funny guy and a genuinely nice guy! Rest In Peace my friend!

  10. Janine Jablonski :

    I am so sorry to hear. of Myron’s passing. May the Lord wrap you in his arms to comfort you in your time of need. Prayers. & hugs to all.

  11. thomas robinson :

    I am very sorry to hear about your brother, he was way too young. My mother and I stopped by his house to see him last summer but there was never anyone home. I know it had been several years since I have seen any of your family, it would have been nice to catch up, hope everything else is okay with you and your families.

  12. Patty Fischer-Evans :

    So sorry to hear of a great loss. Myron was in a class ahead of me but I knew of him from softball to dance clubs. Myron will be missed.

  13. My heartfelt condolences to the Trinkle family. Myron was a funny guy. I was glad I got to talk with him on the few recent occasions I saw him. Was a shock to hear. Again mt deepest sympathy

  14. Jeremy Royce :

    My heart is truly hurt today for the loss of a great man! One of the nicest people I have ever known. Nothing but heart felt prayers for myron’s family! Trust in the Lord for his plans for myron are greater then we will ever know!!!

  15. Rick Kovaleik :

    I’m so sorry my prayers be with you he was a great friend to me I wish I could make it to the wake but I’m working and won’t be in town till Friday gods speed myron

  16. Rick Kovaleik :

    I so sorry to hear about Myron he was a great friend I’m sorry we didn’t keep in touch over the years my prayers for all of you sorry I can’t make the wake I’m out of town working and won’t be home till friday

  17. Love the Opoka Family Bob , Carla & Lisa :

    We are so sorry to hear about the loss of your brother. Our whole family has such fond memories of him . My dad was his baseball coach and we would always come to pick him up at the convenient store on Lakeshore ! He always had a smile on his face with that wavy long black hair ( that he said never fit under his baseball cap ) after the game he wanted fries not ice cream 🙂 May he Rip and know how many lives he made an impact on . I pray that your family can find strength during this very hard time . Please cherish the memories and I know you have many !

  18. Kevin Nagle :

    So heart breaking to hear. So many great memories with Myron growing up. Ran into him a few times over the years… But not enough. Condolences to all his family. For you Myron… 5 fries & a Coke!

  19. Annette (Blanc) Berzinskas :

    Love and prayers to you and all of your family . I went to Spellacy and Collinwood with Menzie. Although I didn’t know Myron very well , I do remember him. So sad

  20. Janine Jablonski :

    Trinkle family,
    My sincere condolences for your loss of Myron. He was a character alright. I remember visiting your family when you lived on Chardon Rd, it was hard to leave it was so much fun.
    May you find comfort knowing he was loved by many.

  21. Debbie Abrams :

    To the Family of Myron Trinkle. Our heartfelt condolences on the loss of your beloved Myron and our dear “old friend”. Bill is heart broken over this shocking news as I am. We ran into Myron here and there over the years. Bill has so many memories of the two of them. Of course the “French fries” are at the top of the list but he remembers the time when they stold a yo yo from Uncle Bills and broke their mothers hearts LOL. Bill also cherishes the moment he sat behind Myrons drum set. Bill had pieces and parts of drums he played but Myrons drum set was the first full drum set he played on. I remember having a long conversation with him about the Funeral business. At one time I was thinking about going to school for the same thing that he was doing and he was trying to talk me into doing it. So all the years he worked consoling families and sending their loved ones off with dignity now we try to do the same for him sharing wonderful memories of how he touched our lives and for his family as we send prayers of strength and comfort. May God welcome Myron into His Heavenly Kingdom as he reunites Myron with family and friends that have gone before him especially his mother and father and Chris Swidas. Sincerely, Bill Abrams and Debbie McCloskey Abrams.

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