Greetings Joan and all of your family together,
I join with you in the sadness of losing Trevor to our several continuing life journeys. But I rejoice with you in giving Thanks and Praise to God for being part of his life of Love and Witness and Service in the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ.
In those years when Trevor was at Knox Milton and I was at Boston and Omagh in the surrounding countryside, and then for some more time afterwards through the Presbytery, my experiences of him became like threads woven into the fabric of my own unfolding life and ministry... For that I am thankful!
The Peace of Christ be with you, now and forever...
"When I tread the verge of Jordan, bid my anxious fears subside;
death of death and hell's destruction, land me safe on Canaan's side:
songs of praises, songs of praises, I will ever give to Thee;
I will ever give to Thee"
Joan and family,
Olive and I have an event this Sunday afternoon which we are committed to attend.
So I am sending to you our sincere regrets on not being able to be present to and with you at the Service for Trevor that same afternoon.
I just know that God will be wonderfully praised and honoured, as always before through Trevor's ministry.
We have many fond memories of Rev. Lewis and each member of his family while they were withy us at Knox Presbyterian Church Milton. Joan your special Thursday morning Bible studies continue as Moms and Tots.
May each of you experience the peace of the presence of the Lord Jesus Christ now and into the future.
Karl & Helen
So sorry for your loss, it is always sad when a loved one passes.
We remember Trevor and his wife fondly for their time with us in Clarkson.
We offer our deepest sympathy to his family.
A service to people in Wales and Canada.
Gloria and Glenn Thompson