Troy Edward Umphlette
July 24, 1975 - November 8, 2021
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Troy Edward Umphlette, 46, of Greenville, SC, died Monday, November 8, 2021. Born in Virginia Beach, VA, he was the son of Edward and Zelma Baines Umphlette. Troy studied Journalism at Florida Atlantic University and received an Associate Degree from Greenville Technical College in Law with Honors. While Troy loved his job in Customer Service…

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Cody left a message on December 1, 2021:
Troy was an amazing person and will be missed by many. He was always so kind and could light up any room. The laughter and smiles he brought will never be forgotten.
Alizabeth Tuttle left a message on November 19, 2021:
Troy was an extraordinary man. His friendship was very important to me and I will miss him terribly. The memories I have of all the time we spent together will be cherished.
Bill & Barbara Rose left a message on November 16, 2021:
Dear Ed and Zelma, Barbara and I are so sorry for your loss. As parents, we are not built to bury our children. This is the most difficult experience any parent can have. We pray for Troy and for you both.
Alanna Howard left a message on November 16, 2021:
Ed and Zelma - I am so sorry for your loss. Please accept my condolences and know that I'm thinking of you and sending hopes of comfort.
Alizabeth Tuttle left a message on November 15, 2021:
Troy was my best friend. We had so many great times together talking and sharing our stories with each other. We had a lot in common, so there was always something we could discuss in-depth. Troy was so very passionate about his writing! The accomplishments he made throughout his life were unbelievable. I will never forget his sense of humor, his quick wit and his great laugh. He would write poetry and read it to me every time we were together, along with telling me some of the many interesting and wonderful stories he has written (or was in the process of writing) - I will cherish these memories. Troy impacted my life in such a positive way, I told him so many times how he had made me a better person. I will miss Troy so very much! I am so honestly thankful that he was in my life and I will strive to always be a better person because of it.
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