In Celebration of

Trevor Andrew Pereira

Passed away peacefully on Sunday, April 8, 2018, at Brampton Civic Hospital at age 59.

Trevor is survived by his wife Blossom of 33 years, son Sheldon (Sandy) Pereira, daughter Zenobia (Miguel) Pereira, mother Elvira Pereira, sister Eunice (Arun) Rebello, brother- and sister-in-law Cassie and Michelle Fernandes, sister-in-law Lourdes Dias, nieces and nephews Ryan, Lisa (Dan), Semira (Mark), Elton (Julia), Aaron (Bindi), Asher and Maxima as well as many extended family, relatives and friends across the world. He was predeceased by his brother Larry Pereira; father Herbert Pereira; mother- and father-in-law Jessie and Raphael Fernandes.

Trevor was born in Tanzania, attended school in India, and started his family in Bahrain where he worked as the Club and Mess Services Manager for the U.S. Navy’s Fifth Fleet. He immigrated his family to Canada in 1996, settling in the Greater Toronto Area where he started his real estate career, spanning 17 years. Trevor will be remembered as a loving, dedicated and caring husband, a doting father, and true friend and confidant to many. And, as intelligent, funny, generous, authentic, kind and compassionate. He loved summer days, charcoal BBQ, music of all genres, and long Sunday drives.

A visitation for friends and family will take place at Turner & Porter ‘Neweduk-Erin –Mills’ Chapel (1981 Dundas St. W., Mississauga - east of Erin Mills Pkwy), on Thursday, April 12, 2018. A memorial service for Trevor will take place at Kennedy Road Tabernacle (141 Kennedy Road, Brampton) on Friday, April 13, 2018, at 10 a.m. followed by a reception at Century Gardens Community Centre (340 Vodden Street, Brampton). In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Osler Foundation in support of the life-saving work at Brampton Civic Hospital, and to the Future of Africa foundation.


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Aracelly & Scott (Friend of Zenobia)

Entered April 10, 2018

Zenobia and family,

Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family in this difficult times. Zenobia I am sorry to hear about your dad, I remember all the wonderful stories that you used to tell me about him and how he would drop you off every day at work when we work at the Hilton Toronto Airport.

Love is eternal and your dad lives in all that you do and the wonderful woman you are and the wife and mother you will be one day.

I will not be able to be there in person, as I am traveling on business this week. I am sending you all my love and keep you in my prayers, I will connect with you on my return.

I am always here to support you in any way I can, please don't hesitate to contact me if there is anything we can do.

All our love

Aracelly and Scott

Murtaza Adenwala (Plexxus Staff)

Entered April 10, 2018 from Toronto

Blossom Pereira & Family - Please accept my heartfelt condolence. May almighty God give you and your family strength to bear the loss and Trevor's rest in peace.

Sandra Stewart (colleague)

Entered April 10, 2018

Dear Blossom,

I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Please accept my deepest condolences.

Sandra (EA to Mike Nader, UHN)

Braganza family. (Friends)

Entered April 10, 2018

Dear Blossom, Zenobia & Sheldon,

Please accept our condolences. May our Lord grant you all -serenity & strength to accept and shoulder this loss.. In prayers with you.. Lydia & Averill

Mimi Hancock (Friend)

Entered April 10, 2018 from Toronto

Dear Blossom, Sheldon and Zenobia: Although I never had the pleasure of meeting him in person, I always felt like I knew Trevor. Blossom's stories about the family always made me feel like he was a long-lost friend, and his love for the three of you always came through. Mark, Emma and I are so saddened by your loss, and our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Love and God Bless,



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