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Emily Hughes posted a condolence
Thursday, July 25, 2019Trev always knew how to make you laugh and I loved that about him. There was never a dull moment. He was also so kind, caring, and loving to everyone. He had a good heart. Some of my favorite memories with him were at the beach, swimming, playing games, and just having a good time. I will miss him, but never forget him. Love you cousin.
Suz Figini posted a condolence
Thursday, July 25, 2019My daughter, Samantha Ferguson went to school with Trevor since elementary school. He was always so kind. My condolences to your family.
Alison Baker posted a condolence
Thursday, July 25, 2019Sara, My deepest condolences for the loss of your son. Please know that you and your family are in my heart. As a fellow mom, I can only imagine how hard this is. But you will always be Trevor's mom, and I have faith that one day you will meet him again as if no time has passed. Our kids are always part of us, no matter how far away they are. With deepest sympathy, Alison Baker Greenbrier
Corina Copeland posted a condolence
Wednesday, July 24, 2019I feel so lucky to have met Trevor and gotten to know him. He was a sweet kid, one of the sweetest Ive met in a long time. I miss him and he enters my mind everyday.
Shannon mahoney posted a condolence
Friday, July 19, 2019I always had a special spot in my heart for Trevor. He is family to me (my nephew”s Jacob Hughes best best friend) I am Jennifer Mahoney’s sister. What I remember about Trevor is this; I recall a time I met him , he shook my hand that turned into a hug. His smile & his eyes shown bright with light, therefore I had what I believe to be a ‘spirtfual connection’ with him. He was well mannered , positive attitude , down to earth ; in other words: REAL. I adored him , he’s close to my sons age and that’s how I loved him , like a son. The heartbreak is real - he was a genuine soul which I believe this world needs more of - he didn’t judge me or show me disrespect - he treated me always with a kind gentleness. After his father died I saw him a few times - his spark dwindled I did notice - I remembered praying for him the grief he felt was honestly a tribute to his dad! I admired him for this but k we it was taking a toll. I understand heart ache so I get it . Trevor was a deep thinker - a deep feeler - he was a real gem and your grief must be monumentally unbearable - I pray for all of you and my heart goes out to you. I don’t know what you feel as I’ve never lost a child. But I know it’s almost too painful to even think about it. I want you to know I can help w errands or groceries and of coarse my prayers and thoughts are w you during this painful time - I’m most positive the gates of heaven sprung open , he was crowned & honored & now at peace w dad. I just have a feeling , I am so sorry he was taken from you so very very sorry. My # is 503-504-4001 I live just across or city bridge old town West Linn. I can listen too if what is needed is a friend who cares deeply - realizing we don’t know each other , I somehow feel, that I do. Your son is a hero & if we meet I’ll tell you why! Pray for God to be w you , He promises he is help to the mourning ...I am , for you all!!!!! I whole heartedly believe this ❤️ Love & prayers Shannon Mahoney
Jacob Worthey posted a condolence
Thursday, July 18, 2019Trevor was always such a fun guy to be around. He always made every situation funny in one way or another. I remember always walking into a class we had together and he’d always greet me with a solid fistbump and a “What’s upbro?” It was always so nice to have that everyday. Trevor was so caring and deserved so much. It’s so sad that we lost touch but I still cherish the times we hung out. My condolences to Trevor’s family. We’ve lost a great soul but gained a powerful guardian. Rest easy my dear friend. See you again someday. ❤️
Megan Grand posted a condolence
Thursday, July 18, 2019Trevor was and still is an amazing guy. He has the sweetest personality, so caring and loving towards all people. He always put people first and knew what to say to make someone’s day turn better. I remember the first day we met, we become best friends, he was like a brother to me, I could count on him for anything and everything. We would always go to the parks, get food, go metal detecting and just share so many conversations and laughs. He was the rockstar of them all. I could go on forever, but all in all, he was an outstanding young man, with some much life and love and an amazing soul. He is going to be missed, but he’s home with his dad and I know he is watching over all of us still being the life of the party.
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Thursday, July 18, 2019