Trimble-Grant W age 36 born October 28,1985. Born in Spokane, Wa at Deaconess medical center. He passed on September 13,2022 in Spokane, Wa at Sacred Heart Hospital. After battling with health problems. Grant enjoyed life with his longtime girlfriend Shana and good friend Warren. Grant lived in Kingston Idaho with his dad Gordon Trimble and his girlfriend Shana Dunagan. Grant attended high school at Lakeside high in Mead, WA and graduated in 2003. He went on to attend some college at SCC doing automotive/mechanics he wanted to be a licensed mechanic and was really good at fixing cars… Except the one car that he loved so much. The KIA he had a special bond with that car it was his baby. Grant loved getting out and making new friends where ever he went. He was a caring person and would help anyone out that was in a bind. He enjoyed going out and watching movies at the theater with his buddy warren they would make it a bro’s night once a month. He loved playing video games with his dad. Grant knew life was tough since had had went through a few different surgeries but he tried his best not to let that take away from his happiness. Grant has two cats that he loved to piece’s Jasmine & Georgie. Georgie was given to Him when she was a kitten they became best buds. He loved most animals and would always stop to help an animal if they needed to be taken to the vet or even to find the owner. He is survived by his Dad Gordon Trimble of Kingston Idaho, his Mom, Debbie Rothwell and stepdad Chris Rothwell of Kettle Falls ,WA , his girlfriend of 15 years Shana Dunagan, his son Gage who was adopted out, his sister Johanna Cornwell, his Grandma Shirley Cornwell and his Uncle Mitch Cornwell, Uncle Darin Cornwell his dad’s side aunt Peggy & Uncle Royce lynch, uncle Jerry & aunt Ginger Trimble, cousin Gina More, cousin JJ Trimble, his only Niece Annalise Hood and a few more cousins. He is preceded in death by Grandma Landa and Grandpa George Trimble. His Grandpa Larry Cornwell and cousin, Stephanie Cornwell. Grant you will be forever in each of our hearts. You have left a piece of joy with everyone you have come across. You changed so many life’s. You’re truly one of a kind.