Troy Youngblut Obituary, Punk Rock Legend Has Unexpectedly Passed Away

Troy Youngblut Obituary, Death – Even though I have a lot of things to discuss with you, I’m going to begin by telling you about the very first time that I met Troy. During the time that I was in the midst of competing in a regional speaking competition, he and Eric Stahr were seen walking around the hallways of the school where the competition was being held. I had the need to throw up.

I believe that one of my other friends approached Alicia Zander, who was Troy’s girlfriend at the time, and began talking to her. Soon after that, Troy made his way over to where we were standing. Instantaneously, we became close and started wreaking havoc by pursuing Troy through the halls of the building while yelling, “DOWN WITH GRANOLA!!! DOWN WITH GRANOLA!!! Hippie cuisine is terrible!!!” Obviously, everyone was taken aback by the news.

It was an incredible amount of enjoyment. After telling a few more jokes, the members of the speech team collectively reprimanded me on the bus for being an embarrassment to our school. In addition to being kicked from the speaking squad, I was also kicked out of the theatrical program. On that particular day, I’m positive that I racked up a significant number of punk rock points. We were shocked to hear about the passing of a pioneer in punk music today, and our hearts go out to his family and friends. At this time, there is no information that can be provided.

From 1994 until 1998, Troy was a member of the band The Process, which was based in California. Prior to that, he was a member of the hardcore punk band The Aggressive Chubbies, which was active between 1986 and 1988 and had locations in Fayette and West Union. If you knew Troy, we would appreciate it if you would share a warm memory or a funny anecdote about him in the comments section below. I am aware that you possess one. I never really had a brother in punk rock, but hello there.