Like the Fourth of July, Trevor entered this world with a spark. Trevor had charisma...he knew how to talk to anyone, and people knew when he walked into a room (partially because he was a big guy and probably 10ft tall,) but he had an energy to him. You'd always find him talking about his next endeavor with such gusto that you, too felt hyped up. Trevor also loved cooking, and to be honest, he was really good at it.
Despite these passions, we lost Trevor at 24. So very, very, young - too young. The majority of his youth, Trevor struggled with different addictions, and life was very hard. The last ten years culminated challenges that we wish upon no family. Addiction is no joke. With the endless support of family and friends, Trevor overcame so many battles of his addiction, but unfortunately lost the war. We are so grateful for the love and support that was shed upon Trevor for his 24 years.
Trevor was and is so loved, as he will be eternally.