Obituary – Pick, Trevor Gerald

Passed: November 28, 2006
It is with great sadness that we announce the loss of Trevor Gerald Pick – Dad, Grandpa and loving friend on November 28, 2006.
Trevor was born in Estevan, Saskatchewan. He met and married Kay Fagerland and they had two daughters Stacy and Heather. Trevor owned and operated a hair salon and later opened a successful hair styling school in Moose Jaw.
Trevor dedicated his life to making people look and feel good. He was an active member of the Moose jaw Lions Club and spent many summers at baseball and fastball games being an umpire.
Trevor moved to Slave Lake to be closer tohis children and grandchildren. Grandpa Trevor was an amazingly fun Grandpa. He received so much joy from cheering on his grandchildren while they figure skated, played volleyball, basketball and hockey. Trips to the park, water fights, ice cream for breakfast and Tim Horton’s doughnut runs, were his specialty. His five grandchildren meant everything to him.
Trevor left a lasting impression where ever he lived and gained the respect and love from all who knew him. Trevor met and discovered love for a second time with Pat Hischebett who quickly became an important part of his family.
Pat loved and cared for Trevor during his brief struggle with cancer. The family would like to thank Dr. Keaveny, Dr. Shapiro and all the nursing staff at the Slave Lake and University of Alberta Hospitals.
Trevor was pre-deceased by Margaret Pick (mother), Gerald Pick (father), Kirt Pick (brother), and Wayne Pick (brother). Left to celebrate his memory are Stacy and Darin Smith (daughter and son-in-law) and three granddaughters Kayley, Tori, and Paige, Heather and Neil Bezuko (daughter and son-in-law) and two grandsons Blake and Logan, loving partner Pat Hischebett and her children Chris and Katlin, and many loving family and friends.

Trevor’s wish is for his family and friends to hold a memorial service in Saskatchewan in the summer of 2007. Donations will be made in his memory to the Canadian Cancer Society or the Slave Lake Palliative Care Unit.

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