Liam Kent Inman, 17, of Freeland sadly and unexpectedly passed away at his home on Friday June 18, 2021. He was a student at Hazleton Area High School, and will be deeply missed by all who knew him. His vibrant and beautiful spirit touched the lives of many, and in his short time created a lasting impact that will not be forgotten.
Liam was born on January 7, 2004 at the former Hazleton General Hospital to his loving parents- Stephen Kent Inman of White Haven and Nicole Lynn Fenkner of Freeland. He was a proud big brother of two sisters- Madison Halechko and Pazelyn Inman, and step-brother Addix Eyerly. Liam was also raised by Pamela Rumbel (step-mother) and Colton Eyerly (step-father) who both loved him as their own.
Liam was a kind and playful heart, with a sharp grin, yearning to brighten someone's day. He was loyal to those he cared about and quick to forgive. He found passion, peace, and purpose creating music. His lyrical talent was profound and far exceeded the expectations of his youth. Liam was an avid gamer and enjoyed investigating the paranormal. He was always very inquisitive of what was beyond the surface and searched for deeper meaning of the world around him. He was a true friend that you could count on for anything. Liam loved playing basketball and had a special place in his heart for his 2 dogs and 2 cats. Liam quite often found humor in being a jokester with friends and family. He always just wanted those he loved to laugh and smile along with him. He was a bright soul that could not be dimmed.
Growing up, Liam spent many days exploring Beech Mtn. Lakes community with his childhood friends, and visiting with his grandparents- James and Judy Inman of Drums, and Dennis and Theresa Ganc of Hazleton who loved and cherished him deeply. Liam had a special bond with his uncle, Bret Krapf, who was more like a brother to him. He will also be missed by Suzanne Rowlands (aunt), Rebekah and Donald Butler (aunt and uncle), Rachel Fenkner (aunt), Gwen Rowlands, Bryanna Wenzel, Leslie and Matthew Michalski, David and Susan Michalski, Scott and Melissa Keim, Diane Ketusky, and Keith Halechko. Liam also has many great-aunts, great-uncles and cousins that love and miss him.
Liam- Although you left this world too soon, your light and smile will never be forgotten. May you rest in peace, until we meet again. You are missed and loved everyday.
Liam's family will be holding a Celebration of Life on Sunday, July 11th, to honor his memory from 3pm-8pm in the outside venue at Hog's Hollow- 1459 PA-93, Berwick, Pa 18603. All who wish to attend are welcome to share in his day.
Family and friends may send online condolences to jameslhinckleyjrfuneralhome.com. The James L. Hinckley Jr. Funeral Home and Cremation Services Inc, Berwick is handling arrangements.
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