Page Marsh Trent
Feb. 15, 1932 – Feb. 11, 2022
Page Marsh Trent, 89, son of Harry P. and Susie W. Trent of Nathalie, VA was welcomed into Jesus’ arms on Friday, February 11, 2022. Page was the widower of Glessie Vaughan Trent who proceeded him in death after 58 years of marriage. Also, predeceased are his siblings Mary Willie Tribble, Verona Glass, Lora Owen, Harry S. Trent, Hagar Glass, and Roy Trent.
He is survived by his brothers, James (Gaye) Trent of Richmond, Marvis (Charlotte) Trent of Halifax, a sister, Ida Gray Williamson of Alton, and a devoted Goddaughter and niece, Dona (Bill) Carlson of Powhatan. He is also survived by his nephew, Steve (Patty) Trent of Centralia, WA who held a special place in Page’s heart along with his 11 other nieces and nephews and an extensive church family. Page was blessed to find love again in the last few years of his life with a dear and special lady, Nancy Harver of Henrico.
Page was an active member of West End Assembly of God since 1975, serving as the official head greeter at the main doors for many years. This position enabled him to touch the lives of thousands and encourage them on their Christian journey.
Page retired from Sears, Roebuck & Company, and served as past President of the Sears Retiree Club of Richmond. An avid salesman, he continued to work during his retirement years at JC Penney.
Page’s warm, welcoming spirit and skilled story-telling will be greatly missed here on Earth but surely used to proclaim God’s glory in Heaven!
A celebration of Page’s life will be held on April 2, 2022 at 11:00 at West End Assembly of God. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to: Needle’s Eye Ministries and Vessels of Mercy International.
Interment will be private.
Thanks Page for your special friendship they the years. Miss you already.
Page was like a second father to me. He was a confidant and a prayer partner.
A huge loss for Butch and myself. He was our personal prayer warrior and great man
and a very special friend.
We miss him terrible.
“Another soldier gone home” .
Thanks Page for your time/ training /
Well done faithful servant!!
I pray that one day I reach the honor of being a blessed old man like my dear friend Page Trent
When I was in college I worked Full and part time at Sears on West Broad Street. He was my division manager and a great mentor. I know he will be greatly missed.
I love you too much!
Will miss my good friend, but know he is safe and happy in his eternal home.