Trevor Joseph Wiley, 17, Orofino

      Trevor Joseph Wiley, was born in Renton, WA on May 12, 1995 and passed away due to carbon monoxide poisoning on April 13, 2013 with his loving family Rosemary West, Allen West, and Zachary Wooster, along with Zachary's friend Colby in a house fire.

      He is survived by his father, Jamie Schlicht, Kent, WA; grandparents, Nandy and Kathy (Fluffly) Rivera, Grandpa Frank Lunka, Kent, his dad, Jay P. Wooster, Lewiston; Uncle Tchad J. Wiley and Aunt Tracy M. Weese, Orofino; his Aunt Rachel Wooster, Orofino; his Grandfather Roger D. Edwards, Albany, OR; his Uncle John R. Betts, Sweet Home, OR; as well as the numerous friends. Trevor was preceded in death by his Grandmother Judy Edwards; Grandfather Donald Wiley, Uncle Dana Wiley, as well as his grandparents, Russell and Ida Betts, and Bill Wiley.

      Trevor grew up in areas of Seattle, WA and Salem, OR, as well as here in Orofino. He inspired many and was adored by even more throughout his life. Some have said that Trevor was an old soul, and wise beyond his years. This inner wisdom was undeniable after spending just a little time with him.

      Trevor moved to Orofino with his family where he attended school, and gained friends. He was preparing to graduate high school in December and had plans to continue on to get a degree in Internet security and business.

      Trevor was a quiet, but thoughtful young man. When you spoke with him, you would quickly realize how deep his thoughts would go. He was extremely smart, and had a select group of friends that he was very close to. Family was as important to Trevor as it was with his entire family. He touched the hearts of many, and enjoyed going to family events.

      Trevor loved animals. His closest pet was Spinx, his cat, but he also had two dogs, Precious, and Duke. His cat was always at his side, and Trevor cared very well for Spinx, and the family dogs. Trevor was also at his computer most of the time. He did his school work on the computer, and he also played his games online there too.

      Trevor loved all of his family, he would often tell me of having conversations with his family from the Seattle area, and how he looked forward to spending more time with them. Trevor was blessed with the love of many people; he had plans for panning for gold with his Uncle John along with his brother, and plans for spending time with his Grandma Fluffy as well.

      His memorial service will be held at Orofino High School at 10 a.m. Friday, April 26, , followed by a gathering for friends and family at the city park, weather permitting. Memorial contributions can be made in their name at Lewis-Clark Credit Union, Orofino.

Clearwater Tribune , April 18, 2013

Transcribed by Michal Berreth Beck

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