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Julie Manni

I am deeply saddened and my heart breaks with you Linda and Jennifer! Trent, you certainly kept me on my toes, daily! You made everyday teaching you a challenge yet always fun! I will forever cherish your brutally honest perspective and the positive energy you brought to my classroom. I am so grateful I had the pleasure of working with you and knowing what a teddy bear you really are! May you rest in peace with Greg and your Papa! Gone too soon! Sending my sincerest condolences and prayers!

Lynda Lortie

Trent there are no words to say how broken my heart is. You were a wonderful helpful grandson and you had grown into a wonderful young man. I will so miss you every second of everyday. You did a great job with your best friend and brother Cooper. I will continue to wonderful job you did with him. Gunner and I will take care of him. May you rest in peace. Im sure you are with Papa and Greg. You three shoulweap your arms around each other and feel the Love we send to you all.

Candin Hebert

Trent was a very strong man who put others before himself he gave me a place to stay when I had no where to go and looked out for me like a big brother and it breaks my heart to see he is no longer with us I send my condolences to Trent’s family and loved

Mylee's Mom & Family

Trent wore his heart on his sleeve, he was a rock you couldn't break. Mylee broke the rock and he became a member of our family. Mylee's sisters grew to know that when Mylee was there "where is Trent?". He was always there for my daughter Mylee and even more then that he was there for my dad. I was always skeptical of Mylee's boyfriends, but when I came to see here one day and he was wearing a shirt about how he LOVED his girlfriend and Mylee's face was on it, I knew that he was family. God knew the day he was born the day He would take him. I just wish our hearts were ready to lose someone we considered family. Trent made our family stronger, he brought out the best in our family, and will never be forgotten.

Rylie Mylee’s friend

I remember all of us went out one day for Mylee’s birthday, we went out on a boat. We were having a great time, but I forgot how to swim and you know who jumped in to save me from drowning Trent he was always down to help anybody who needed it may he rest in peace

Steven Devine

Oh man this one is hard to swallow you were a great man great friend great brother you had my back until the end you accepted me you showed me how to be strong dispite my disability thank you for everything your truly the best

Tahj borrero

I’m one of Trent good friends i believe so at least But he was like a brother I never had he protected me gave me advice taught me how to be strong and smarter than the rest he was a man like no other he could make you laugh till you shit your pants felt like sometimes but I do hope one day I’ll see my brother again in the next life

Mylee, his forever lover

He either didn’t like you our he loved HARD! I am so proud of you baby 🥹

Trent James Lortie


Trent James Lortie, age 25 passed away on March 25, 2024.

Born on January 9, 1999 in Manchester, New Hampshire to Jennifer Lortie. He grew up in New Hampshire and attended Londonderry High School.

Trent began working in the construction as a carpenter. He enjoyed working with his hands. He was currently working as maintenance in the hospitality industry.

Trent loved and enjoyed his dog Gunner, hunting, fishing, snow skiing, football and baseball. He loved watching his New England Patriots and baseball games of any kind. He had a knack for teasing people to make them laugh and smile. He had a fun-loving personality and a giving heart. Above all else; Trent loved his family.

He is preceded in death by his grandfather, Ronald Lortie and uncle, Greg Lortie.

Trent leaves behind his mother Jennifer Lortie; brother and best friend Cooper Lortie; man’s best friend his dog Gunner; his girlfriend Mylee White, his Nana Lynda Lortie; uncle David Crouch, his aunt Bobbie and her husband Roger Hudson; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and more friends than you can count.

Donations can be made in his honor to the Alzheimer’s Association.


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