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Trevor WALL

Trevor John Wall, aged 51, was born on June 28, 1972, and passed away on September 20, 2023. He was preceded in death by his father, James Aubrey Wall, as well as his grandparents Jim and Audrey Wall and Bob and Joyce Mills. Trevor was also mourned by his uncle Thomas and cousin Daniel. He is survived by his children Josh, Keegan, and Aleah, along with their mother Monica Reich. His mother, Dorothy (Bill) Kemp, brothers Robert (Fran) Wall, Raymond (Candace) Wall, Vincent (Glenda) Wall, and their children, stepbrothers Jamie (Anita Ehman) Kemp, Jason (Ang) Kemp, Jody (Kelli) Kemp, and their respective families. Additionally, Trevor leaves behind several aunts, uncles, and cousins. Born in Regina, he was the youngest of four brothers. Trevor spent most of his life in Craik and held various jobs leading up to his passing. At the time of his death, he was employed by the R.M. of Craik. During winters, he took on the role of caretaker at the Craik Rink and took pleasure in watching the Craik Warriors hockey team. Trevor was known for his kindness and good sense of humor. A private graveside service will be held at a later date, but the family welcomes all to join them in celebrating Trevor’s life at the Craik Community Legion Hall on Saturday, October 21, at 12:00 p.m. Hanson’s Funeral Home of Davidson is handling the arrangements.

Trevor John Wall was born on June 28, 1972, and peacefully passed away on September 20, 2023, at the age of 51. He is fondly remembered for his warm personality and the laughter he brought to others. Trevor was preceded in death by his beloved father, James Aubrey Wall, as well as his grandparents, Jim and Audrey Wall, and Bob and Joyce Mills. His absence is deeply mourned by his uncle, Thomas, and cousin, Daniel. Trevor is survived by his children, Josh, Keegan, and Aleah, who he shared with their mother, Monica Reich. He was also a loving son to his mother, Dorothy (Bill) Kemp, and a cherished brother to Robert (Fran) Wall, Raymond (Candace) Wall, Vincent (Glenda) Wall, and their families. Additionally, he leaves behind a blended family of stepbrothers, Jamie (Anita Ehman) Kemp, Jason (Ang) Kemp, Jody (Kelli) Kemp, and their respective loved ones. Trevor’s legacy lives on through his numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins. Born in Regina, he grew up as the youngest of four brothers. Craik became Trevor’s lifelong home, where he pursued various occupations throughout his years. At the time of his passing, he was employed by the R.M. of Craik. Trevor found great joy in his role as caretaker of the Craik Rink, particularly during the winter months when he had the privilege of supporting the Craik Warriors hockey team. Known for his kind-hearted nature and ability to bring a smile to anyone’s face, Trevor will be deeply missed. While a private graveside service will be held by the family at a later date, they warmly invite all friends and well-wishers to join them in commemorating Trevor’s life at the Craik Community Legion Hall on Saturday, October 21, at 12:00 p.m. Funeral arrangements are being thoughtfully handled by Hanson’s Funeral Home of Davidson.

Trevor John Wall, born on June 28, 1972, embarked on his eternal journey on September 20, 2023, at the age of 51. He was surrounded by the love of his family and friends as he peacefully transitioned. Trevor will always be remembered as a gentle and compassionate soul who graced the lives of all who knew him. His father, James Aubrey Wall, and grandparents, Jim and Audrey Wall, as well as Bob and Joyce Mills, preceded Trevor in death. The loss of his dear uncle, Thomas, and cousin, Daniel, also weighs heavily on his loved ones’ hearts. Trevor’s memory lives on through his children, Josh, Keegan, and Aleah, whom he shared with their mother, Monica Reich. He held a special place in the hearts of his mother, Dorothy (Bill) Kemp, and brothers Robert (Fran) Wall, Raymond (Candace) Wall, Vincent (Glenda) Wall, and their families. Alongside them, Trevor’s blended family of stepbrothers, Jamie (Anita Ehman) Kemp, Jason (Ang) Kemp, Jody (Kelli) Kemp, and their loved ones, will cherish his memory forever. Trevor’s spirit lives on through the memories shared with his numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins. Born in Regina, Trevor grew up as the youngest of four boys. His life’s journey led him to Craik, where he immersed himself in various vocations until his time of passing. Notably, he dedicated his winters to the caretaking role at the Craik Rink, a place he held dear. He took great pleasure in cheering on the Craik Warriors hockey team, fostering a strong sense of community. Trevor’s kind-hearted nature and quick wit brought joy to all who knew him. A private graveside service will be held to honor Trevor’s life, with details to be shared at a later date. In the meantime, please join his family in celebrating his life at the Craik Community Legion Hall on Saturday, October 21, at 12:00 p.m. Hanson’s Funeral Home of Davidson is entrusted with the arrangements and extends their support during this difficult time.

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