Tristin Irwin Obituary, Death – On the 21st of May, 2023, Tristin L. Irwin, who was a resident of Patton and had reached the age of 28, passed away at their house. He was born on April 17, 1995 in the city of Fairbanks, which is located in the state of Alaska. His parents are Jason L. and Paula R. His biological father, who was not the same person as his adopted father, passed away prior to his birth. Both of his parents, Christine Irwin and Jerry Brant, were instrumental in his upbringing. His primary caregivers were his parents. His beloved family members, including his mother Christine, his father Jerry, his half-sister Brooke, and his half-brother Brad, will grieve his passing deeply.
He received his diploma from Cambria Heights High School, where he excelled as an athlete in the disciplines of swimming, soccer, football, and track, earning 11 varsity letters and shattering five school records in swimming. He also played football for the school. After that, he went on to play football in college. During his senior year, he was recognized by the Altoona Mirror with the Erin Johnson Award, which is an award that is given out on an annual basis. At the time that this statement was written.
Tristin was employed by Rae-lyn Enterprises in Altoona. Prior to that, she had completed her education at Marymount University. He fought wildfires in Alaska, California, and Idaho while serving as a volunteer on the Out of State Forest Fire Crew with the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources for a period of three years. These states include Idaho, California, and California. He was a volunteer with Patton Fire Company #1 for many years. He was a member of a huge number of different groups in Patton and other areas in addition to being a member of the Central District Fireman’s Association. He was a member of these groups in a variety of locations.