Ian Trone Obituary, Death – Dear son, the width and depth of our love for you cannot be adequately conveyed in words because the English language does not have sufficient vocabulary to do so. It was an honor to be able to call you a friend and to show you love during the short amount of time that we were able to spend with you. Your grin, your sense of humor, and your kindness will be engraved in our minds for all time, and so will our thoughts of you. Throughout the years, I have accumulated a lot of wonderful memories of you, and I wish that there would be more memories to come in the future so that they might replace the tears that we have shed
. You have left an impact on the hearts of more individuals than we are able to count, whether you call him a son, brother, cousin, nephew, or acquaintance. Whether you call him a son, brother, cousin, or acquaintance. Dear Ian, may you finally find the calm you seek in the knowledge that our love for you will last until the end of time. Ian Jacob Trone passed away on December 31, 2016, and is survived by his mother, Janice; his father, John (Julie) Trone; his brothers, Jackson and Gavin of Fort Collins, Colorado; and his sister, Megan of Gaithersburg, Maryland; as well as his extended family and a great number of friends.
In addition, Ian is remembered by his extended family and a great number of friends. Because of the work that Ian has done for the people in his community, there is a great deal of pride in our family. He acted as a guide and mentor to young adults going through the process of rehabilitation by sharing his heart and soul with them. The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Rockville, which can be found at 100 Welsh Park Dr., Rockville, Maryland 20850, will host a memorial ceremony on Sunday, January 8, at 3:30 p.m. to remember his life. The address for this location is also 100 Welsh Park Dr.