Sewanee (WVLT) - Friends and family will hold a memorial service later this afternoon for a 25-year-old man killed in a car crash on the campus of Maryville College.
Trey Lefler was laid to rest yesterday afternoon in Steekee Cemetery.
Lefler and Cody Bowers died last week following a truck crash on Maryville College's Campus.
Trey previously worked in US Senator Lamar Alexander's office, and was working for his senate campaign.
Bowers was an assistant football coach for the college.
A memorial service for Lefler will be held this afternoon at 1:30 at All Saints Chapel at the University Of The South in Sewanee.
The other passenger in the vehicle, 24-year-old Matthew Lambert, is listed in stable condition at UT Medical center.
Trey Lefler's obituary says he wanted his organs to be donated to others.
Transplant service workers say at any given time, nearly 100-thousand men, women and children in the US are in need of a tranplant, and 18 of them die every day.
If you'd like to be an organ donor, just sign the back fo your driver's license, Join the Tennessee organ and tissue donor registry, or express the wishes to your family.
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