KATY, Texas - A memorial service will be held Saturday for a 17-year-old who was killed in a pickup crash.
Trent Weber was a student at Seven Lakes High School. He and Terra Kubala, a 16-year-old sophomore at Cinco Ranch High School, died on Dec. 6 after the Toyota Tundra they were in rolled three times along Luna Vista Lane in Fort Bend County. The Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office said both of them were thrown from the bed of the truck they had been riding in with between six and eight other teens.
The Katy Independent School District tells Local 2 Weber's visitation will be at the Katy Funeral Home at 23350 Kingsland from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday. His memorial service will be at the Parkway Fellowship Church at 2703 FM 1093 in Richmond at 10 a.m. Saturday. There will also be a graveside service at Morton Cemetery at 900 Morton St. after the memorial.
A visitation for Terra Kubala will be held from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday at Schmidt Funeral Home in Katy. Kubala's funeral service will be held Saturday at 1 p.m. at First Baptist Church in Katy.
Through a symphony of song, prayer and tears, classmates, teammates and friends said goodbye to Trent Weber on Sunday night at Seven Lakes High School.
"Everybody loved that kid, everybody loved him, everybody was his friend because he was so kind to everyone," said Weber's teammate, Andy Garcia.
Weber, 17, was a senior and a talented wide receiver on The Seven Lakes High Varsity Football team.
His coaches say not only could he catch a ball at almost any angle, earning him the nickname Spiderman, he captured hearts all over his school with his kind, playful personality.
"He was so kind to everyone. No matter who you were," said student Evan Brooks.
Sunday night at Cinco Ranch High School, more than 300 friends and classmates met to pay tribute to Terra, a girl they say could light up the entire school with her million-dollar smile.
"She was just an unbelievable person, just an unbelievable individual," says J.J. Haynie, Terra's former junior high school basketball coach.
"She will be in our hearts forever," says Samantha Garcia, a friend of Terra's. "And we will never, ever, forget her."
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