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Trenary, Bryant

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August 5, 1924 - March 12, 2015

Trenary, Bryant

Bryant (Pete) Trenary of Dallas, Texas died March 12, 2015.   Pete was born on August 5, 1924 in Danville, Illinois.  He graduated from Purdue University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and served in the U.S. Navy in the Pacific during World War II.   Throughout his life, he worked for Mid-Continent Supply, General Electric, V-Con (Vehicle Constructors), and Aerorail.  He developed many patents for off highway equipment.

He was preceded in death by his father, Bryant Trenary, mother, Alice Watson Trenary  of Danville Illinois and brother John Trenary of Atlanta, Georgia.  He is survived by his wife, Ann Russell Trenary, son Russell Bryant Trenary and wife Ann, Grandchildren Jenny Trenary Gamble (Jud), Lucy Trenary Smith (Brent), and Michael Adams Trenary (Dareth) and five great-grandchildren.  He is also survived by his brother Thomas Trenary of North Richland Hills.

The family would like to thank the hospice team that provided such loving care.  Pete was a kind and gentle soul and he will be missed by his family and friends.

 

Arrangements are under the direction of:
ARIA  Cremation Service & Funeral Home
10116 E. Northwest Highway
Dallas, TX 75238
214-340-8008

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John Penca

April 12, 2015 8:01PM

"Pete", just a note to let everyone know that you were a guy who had ideas for things before anyone even knew that something was needed. I really enjoyed working with you during the V-Con days. I know that you will be missed by your family. Maybe you can help God build a new people mover in heaven.
John Penca


Bob Stevenson

April 12, 2015 4:50PM

Rusty,
I was saddened to see your dad's obit in the Dallas News this morning. I recall that my dad knew your dad maybe through the Engineers' Club and he spoke highly of him. I lost Dad in 1995 and I know that you are never ready for it. Hope you and your family are doing OK.
Bob Stevenson