Triston Yaklin Obituary, Triston Yaklin Funeral Details

Triston Yaklin Death, Obituary – Triston Yaklin has reportedly died leaving family and loved ones in agony and grief, according to an online publication. ”Triston Robert Guy Yaklin, aged 24 and a resident of Ithaca, Michigan, passed away on Friday, December 16, 2022. He was on his way to a bright future. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, January 14, 2023, at 11:00 AM at the Smith Family Funeral Homes located in Ithaca, Michigan.

Pastor Doug Strait will preside over the ceremony. The viewing will begin at 10:00 in the morning and continue for one hour before the start of the funeral service. On April 12, 1998, in the city of Saginaw, Michigan, Triston Louis Yaklin was brought into the world by his two parents, Duane Louis Yaklin and Tara Lynn (Wallschlager). Their son’s name is Triston.

In 2016, he graduated with the rest of his class from Flippin High School and was awarded his diploma along with the others. Welding was one of his duties at Legends Manufacturing, which was located in Alma, Michigan. Triston’s true nature was that of a redneck deep down inside. To him, his automobile was the equivalent of a child, and he treasured the time he got to spend behind the wheel of it.

He was an outdoor enthusiast who enjoyed activities such as fishing and hunting. He had a lot of fun getting together with his brothers and his other friends to play video games.  He was an extremely hard worker who took great satisfaction in his achievements. It was difficult to deny the charm that emanated from his smile. His family was the single most important item in his life, and he never lost his pleasant and considerate demeanor.

His mother, Tara (Paul) Biggers, of DeWitt, Michigan, and his father, Duane Yaklin, of Flippin, Arkansas, as well as his siblings, Jack (Jessica) Yaklin of DeWitt, Michigan, Dylan Biggers of DeWitt, Michigan, and Isabelle Biggers of DeWitt, Michigan, as well as a niece named Amelia Yaklin, all survive him. His niece is named Amelia Yaklin He is survived by his grandparents, Gary and Judy Wilson, as well as Maureen Keating; his aunts and uncles, Tammy Goulding, Tracy Oszust, Troy (Jim) Yaklin, Theresa (Jeff) Zariske, Jason (Christen) Yaklin, and Stephanie (Darby); his special cousin, Jacob Oszust; and a large number of other cousins. In addition to his parents, he is survived by his grandparents”