Mr. Trent is born in Brooklyn, New York to Alfred and Helen Trent.
Mr. Trent receives an associate degree in applied science from the State University of New York at Farmingdale.
Mr. Trent serves as assistant editor of The Georgia Agriculturalist at the University of Georgia School of Agriculture.
Mr. Trent receives a bachelor’s degree in landscape architecture from the University of Georgia.
Mr. Trent becomes a junior landscape architect for the Department of Public Works in New York City, New York.
Mr. Trent is promoted to assistant landscape architect for the Department of Public Works.
Mr. Trent becomes founder and President of the Queens County Farm Museum.
Mr. Trent becomes chief of professional contracts for the Department of General Services.
Mr. Trent becomes assistant to the director of bureau building design for the Department of General Services.
Mr. Trent authors the foreword to “Illustrated History of the Manhattan Municipal Building.”
Mr. Trent serves as a co-curator of an exhibit on the 75th anniversary of the construction of the Manhattan Municipal Building.
Mr. Trent becomes a project manager for Architectural Specialties at the Department of General Services.
Mr. Trent is appointed chief of the professional contracts section for the NYC Department of General Services.
Mr. Trent becomes a charter member of the Joint Bellerose Business District Development Corporation, Incorporated.
Mr. Trent becomes chief professional of the contracts section of the Department of Design & Construction.
Mr. Trent is elected vice president of the Joint Bellerose Business District Development Corporation, Incorporated.
Mr. Trent retires from the Department of Design & Construction.
Mr. Trent receives the Liberty Award Medal from the New York State Senate.
Mr. Trent is elected president of the Metropolitan Historic Structures Association.
Mr. Trent receives the Queen Impact Award from Times-Ledger Newspapers.