Troy Irama Sirat

Troy Irama Sirat

Troy Irama Sirat, 22, of Las Vegas, passed away and his remains were found on March 31, 2019 (Troy had been a missing person since July 6, 2016). He was born November 19, 1996, in Ravenna, Ohio, and was a 18 year resident of Nevada.

Troy will be remembered as a genuine friend to many.

He had a love for life and making others feel good through his kind, gentle, and often funny demeanor.

Troy had many accomplishments in his 19 years: To say he loved music is an understatement…

as he spent most of his days drumming in some sort of fashion, and taught himself many other percussion instuments as well. He also enjoyed longboarding, swimming, and mountainbiking. Troy was also a graduate from SWCTA class of 2015, Web Design & Broadcast Programs.

He was preceded in death by his brother Jay Sirat; grandparents, Abdullah and Ileta Sirat, and James and Delores Albright; great-grandparents, Donald and Dorothy Lusk, and Ernie and Jane Albright.

Troy is survived by his father, Robb Sirat; mother, Alisa Sirat; sister, Brittany Luna (brother-in-law Jacob Luna); and sister, Emily Sirat.

A memorial service to honor the life of Troy will be held on Saturday, June 22, 2019

at 10 AM followed by a celebration of life at 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 10070 Azure Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89149.

1 Comment

  • Felicia D Posted June 23, 2019 10:20 am

    Please accept my sincere condolences for the loss of your beloved son, brother and friend, Troy. No words could ever convey the pain of your heart, but our loving Creator and Heavenly Father does know. He has promised that very soon this enemy, death, and all the things that bring our hearts pain will be a distant memory-Revelation 21:3/4. Until then, please find comfort in knowing that “He (God) is close to the broken hearted and those crushed in spirit he saves”-Psalm 34:18. It is my hope that these passages, along with your loving memories of Troy, comfort your hearts and give you a measure of peace during this most difficult time.

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