ATOKA, Okla. (KTEN) — Tarrin Snow died suddenly on Friday night after his truck fell on top of him while he was working on it, family members said.

He graduated from Atoka High School in 2021. He was a three-sport athlete in basketball, football, and track and field. He won the state championship in high jump.

"His life was a celebration," said Wade Snow, Tarrin's father. "When he walked in a room, his smile opened the room up."

Tarrin Snow's true passion was duck hunting, especially with his friends.

"He would always stay behind the house in the creek, in the woods; he'd stay in his tree constantly," remembered his mother, Doris Snow. "You couldn't get him up to go to school, but 4 o'clock in the morning he'd be up to go hunting."

"He was so loyal to everyone he was around; you could always count on him," said best friend Trent Yarbrough. "He just always brought out the best in people no matter what the circumstances was."

Tarrin's love for the outdoors informed his final resting place.

"We're actually laying him down for his last rest behind the house underneath his tree stand where he killed his first two deer with his bow," said Wade Snow. "So in our heart, he wants to be there, and it's where he'd want to be."

Services for Tarrin Snow were held Wednesday afternoon at the Atoka football field. The family asked for donations to a scholarship fund at Ameristate Bank in lieu of flowers.