Treyone Maxwell Clermont, affectionately known as Trey, TreyMeech and Fat Trell. Beloved son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin and friend unexpectedly departed this earth on September 4th, 2022 at the age of 27.\nTrey was born on Thursday, September 8th, 1994 at Washington Hospital Center in Washington, DC\nTreyone was baptized at St. John’s the Baptist de la Sales Church and had his confirmation at St. Jerome’s Church. He received his primary education through the Archdiocese of Washington, DC where he attended St. Francis de Sales as well as St. Jerome’s Academy. Upon graduation of St. Jerome’s , he attend High Point High School from the 9th-11th grade. His senior year he attended and graduated from Calvin Coolidge Senior High School with his diploma in May 2012. His education continued at Cheyney University where he pursued a bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications.\nTreyone worked at Trader Joe’s in the District of Columbia as a crew member also working part time as security for Parkes Security while simultaneously pursuing his entrepreneurial side with his podcast “The Trey Hardaway Show”. His great enthusiasm for sneakers also turned into a business venture for him since his early teenage years.\nIt’s difficult to paint a complete picture of Trey with a few words on a page. Here is a humble attempt. Treyone was a kind, soft spoken gentle Giant. He cultivated lifelong friendships at every stint of his life. He was a peacemaker, a forger of camaraderie, a ball of laughs and truly a remarkable and dependable friend. A die-hard football fan which played at a high level from boys club all the way to his college days. He was an avid Washington Redskins fan who truly bled Burgundy and Gold!\nTreyone was preceded in death by his younger sister Jordyn, grandmother Marlene and uncle Kevin. He is survived by his mother Veronica, father Alex, bonus father Ryan, sister Sydney, grandparents Ronald and Pearl, Uncle Wayne, Aunt Venese as well as his GodMother Tamieka. Trey will also be remembered and eternally loved by a host of cousins and countless friends.