Jones, Trevor

JONES – Trevor Jones was born on September 9, 1970 in Provost, Alberta. He lived all of his life at the YT Bar Ranch in the neutral hills. Trevor’s schooling began in Czar, Alberta and he ended it Consort, Alberta. Trevor did take some courses at Dawson Creek, B.C. as well as Saskatoon, Sk. to further his ranching knowledge. He was a proud rancher who loved his job.  On November 3, 1990 he met the love of his life, Loreen Campion and they were married on May 2, 1992. After almost two years of married life on April 23, 1994 Brant James Joseph entered into this world. Three years later on March 27, 1997 came Reegan Anne and three and a half years later Mattea Jean arrived on August 9, 2000. Trevor’s pride and joy were his kids. He was so proud of all of their accomplishments. Trevor’s life ended in one of his favorite thinking spots where he always found peace and solace. Trevor leaves a legacy of love. Trevor is survived by his loving wife Loreen; children, Brant, Reegan and Mattea; sisters, Deborah Jones (Roger Goldsmith) and children, Amanda (Ray) Stahl, Sam and Cassie; Stacey (Gary) Hawkins, Janelle, Brent, Lane and Wade; Cindy (Gord) Conley and children, Justin (Abbie) Gattey, Brandon Gattey (Meagan Schwenk) and Rachel Hughes; nieces Adrianne (Travis) Nogier, Tristan, Ella; Vicky (Kyle) Forsberg Brenna and Rowan.
He is also survived by father and mother-in-law Jim and Eunice Campion; sisters-in-law, Renee (Lloyd) Greer, Sarah and Will; Andrea (Alan) Layden, Seth, Annaliese, Shay and Avery. Trevor was predeceased by his father Russel Jones and Grandma Irene Campion. The memorial service for Trevor Jones was conducted on Thursday, October 20, 2011 at 1 p.m. in the Consort Curling Rink with Reverend Sue Hertell officiating. Linda Osetsky played for the congregational hymn “Take My Hand Precious Lord”.  
Tributes and fond memories were shared by Loreen Jones, Cindy and Gord Conley, Deborah Jones and Lee Gunderson. Special recorded music was Today I’m Gonna Try And Change The World, A Woman Like You, and My Old Friend by Johnny Reid.  Yvonne Barnes and Sue Hertell sang In The Bulb There Is A Flower. A memorial video presentation was played during the service.  
Honourary pallbearers were “All Trevor’s Family & Friends”. Urn bearers were nephews, Justin Gattey and Brandon Gattey.  A Private Family interment was held at the Lakeroad Cemetery, Consort, AB.
Lunch was served in the Curling Rink which was prepared by the Consort Community Funeral Committee. Memorial donations may be given to Brant, Reegan, Mattea Jones Fund at Consort / Coronation ATB Financial, Consort / Coronation Victim Service Unit, Canadian Pro Rodeo Sports Medicine, or to Mona’s Cowboy Inspirational in care of Coronation Funeral Home, Box 35, Coronation, AB, T0C 1C0.  Heather Caseley entrusted with the funeral arrangements. 1-888-578-2928. You may send your condolences by email to; “Knowledge, Experience And Professionalism With A Personal Touch”

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