Charles Henry Borchers III “Trey”
Charles Henry Borchers III, “Trey”, passed away on Thursday, January 9, 2020 in Lawrence, Kansas at the age of 31.
Trey was born to Charles Henry Borchers Jr and Pamela Jo Schubert on April 1, 1988 in Kansas City, Missouri. His childhood was spent in Prairie Village, KS and Lenexa, KS. He graduated from Shawnee Mission East High School in 2006. As an adult, Trey moved to Lawrence, KS where he worked at Free State Brewery and then on to his dream job at Black Stag Brewery as the Front House Manager. This job brought him both great joy and pride. He met lifelong, amazing friends at these establishments and talked often about how happy he was in Lawrence. It was also there that Trey brought home his other love, a doberman named Adelaide “Addie”. Together, they enjoyed many days outdoors in the sun. They hiked trails, went to dog parks, visited the local breweries and other establishments. Most places that Trey went, Addie was by his side.
Trey is survived by his father Chuck Borchers; his mother Pamela Schubert; his stepfather Jim Larson; his sister Victoria Borchers-Roche, her husband Kevin Roche, and their children Hallie, Cora and Raelyn; his brothers Angelo Borchers, August Borchers, and Rex Larson; his sister Fallon Torrez, her husband Louis and their children, Dez and Savannah; his paternal grandparents Chuck and Elaine Borchers; his maternal grandparents Rex and Frances Schubert. Along with multiple aunts and uncles, numerous cousins, many other family members, and countless friends.
A Celebration of Life will be held on February 9, 2020, 1pm at Black Stag Brewery, 623 Massachusetts St, Lawrence, KS 66044. Cremation services and Funeral Director services were provided by Cremation Center of Kansas City. A very special thank you to Lucy DeWitt for all of her help and support.
In lieu of flowers, the family has put together a Go Fund Me Account to help provide support for Trey’s dog, Addie. https://www.gofundme.com/f/
Please also consider donating to the Lawrence Humane Society in Trey’s name and consider becoming an organ donor.
Trey’s family would also like to thank everyone who has reached out, brought meals, offered support, and helped during this tragic and difficult time.