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Trey'Quan L. Daniels

May 1, 2018

We are here to celebrate the life of an adventurous soul who left us way

too soon. Local resident, Trey’Quan L. Daniels, also known as “Trey

Sosa”, was born to Corry J. Matthews and Tara Courts on August 13,

1998 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

A young man of many passions, Trey especially relished the company

of family and friends, and his partner, Dayshia Gardner. And, he loved

to eat too, didn’t he, y’all? High fashion was another passion of his - to

the end that he was designing his own clothes and a line of sneakers

and boots. (Had he lived on, he would’ve put Timberland, Ralph

Lauren, and Kenneth Cole out of business; I believe that he was THAT

talented!) Like many young men his age, he also enjoyed video games,

singing, dancing and playing pool. Still, his passion of passions was

skateboards, cars, dirt bikes, and motorcycles! Trey’Quan loved life.

Yes, Trey’Quan practiced a work ethic to be admired. Right after

graduating from Central Dauphin East Senior High School’s Class of

2017, he wasted no time securing employment: first, as a driver for

Uber; and, who can remember the “Trey Sandwich” he invented when

he worked at the Waffle House? Finally, he served as a forklift operator

for Amazon. Trey’Quan led by example and often attended church with

his uncle throughout the years.

He is survived by his father, Corry J. Matthews; his mother, Tara

Courts; his grandparents, Willie Lyles, Sr., and Teresa L. Price; his great

grandparents Gwendolyn Brown, David Brown, and Charles Blount.

his siblings: Eddie Tate, Jr., Tiara Matthews, TyTiara Green, a beloved

niece, India Matthews; and uncles and aunts: Willie Lyles, Jr., Jameanna

Lyles, Sharita Gibson, Leroy Bass IV, Leanna Bass, and his partner,

Dayshia Gardner, and a host of other relatives. He was preceded in

death by Vivian Lyles, Ruby Courts, Raymond Lyles, and his great

grandmother Fannie Mack Lyles.

Trey’Quan L. Daniels lived an exuberant life. His enthusiasm for life

was contagious as his million-dollar smile. We won’t EVER forget that,

Trey’Quan! We won’t EVER forget you! We love you!

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