Trevor was an amazing man, he was kind, caring, always there with an open heart and a warm smile.
R.I.P Trevor and thank you xx
Sent by Amy on 08/07/2016
Adolescence.. A disturbing time for me. Constantly in trouble at school, hanging about with the wrong crowds. When I joined the ATC, it gave me an escape and taught me values... One of the most unforgettable people I met along the way was Trevor.. Or Trev the Rev. Always a smile, always happy to listen, no matter how insignificant my teenage problems must have seemed and always non judgemental. I have fond memories of this man and a great amount of respect.
He was able to integrate church values into squadron ceremonial parades without pressing and with tact, he understood teenagers !
This world would be a better place with more Trevor's in it, and I hope his family can take some comfort in the many young men and women who went on to do better things under his spiritual guidance.
Rest well Trevor
Sent by Anthony (Jacko) on 08/07/2016
So very sad to hear this news. I remember the first time we met Trevor when he was the Mayor's Chaplain. From that day on we at 308 were truly blessed by his presence at the squadron. As much a 'born again cadet' as chaplain, he was an inspiration and guide to many cadets and staff. Farewell, Trevor. My thoughts are with Eve and the Children.
Sent by David on 07/07/2016