We send our love and prayers to the Kannier family. Troy and our son Jim became friends back in the first grade at what was then Salem Private School (now Keizer City Hall). Our memories take us from the young boy, to husband & father, and successful pizza entrepreneur. We are saddened but Heaven is rejoicing.
James and I have loved Troy for many decades. The loss of Troy is a tremendous blow to our world. We are grateful, however, that our hearts are filled with memories of SO many fun adventures, vacations, family dinner parties, concerts, and birthdays. We will always remember Troy's infectious crazy laugh that he would get on rare occasions but when it happened, it was awesome. It brings a smile to my face just thinking about it. Although rare, we seemed to always get one of these laughs at least once during our Lake Shasta house boating vacations......it's a laugh so memorable that it will be with me forever. Rest in peace our dear Troy. Our hearts are now with the beautiful family that you left behind.
Memories that will stay with us forever. What an amazing man. Such an impact on my children. We will be ever so greatful to have had the honor to be a part of his life.
We were so sorry to hear of Troy's passing. Our thoughts are with you all.
Love Terri & Steven Toney
A sad loss of a great man. Unique, intelligent, a little snarky, and taught me a lot. He has this half cocked smile and a thousand micro expressions. He was classy, persistent, dependable, and had impeccable manners. I am sad to hear of his passing. Prayers to his family and friends.