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Trevor William Page

September 12, 1987 — June 11, 2011

Trevor William Page, 23, of Summerville, died June 11 on Hunter Road due to a car accident. Mass of Christian burial begins at 3 p.m. Wednesday at Our Lady of the Valley Catholic Church in La Grande. Father Christopher Agoha will officiate. A graveside service at Hillcrest Cemetery will follow.

A reception will then be held at the church.

Viewing will run from 4 to 6 p.m. today at Loveland Funeral Chapel.

Trevor was born Sept. 12, 1987, in La Grande. His father is Chris Page of La Grande and his mother is Kelli Page-Elliott of Summerville.

He attended Greenwood Elementary and La Grande High School. He played football as a freshman in high school.

Trevor had not married, but the love of his life since high school was Sandy Kohler.

He worked at Eastern Oregon University for Aramark Food Service.

Trevor loved history and those who knew him say he knew every detail of the Civil War, and was also interested in the Medieval era. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, flying airplanes, camping, video games, music, movies and spending time with family and friends. He was a member of NRA.

Trevor's family says he was a smart and outgoing young man, and he enjoyed making everyone smile and laugh. They say his family was the most important thing in his life along with his friends and his animals, especially his pet, Mr. Cat.

Survivors include his parents, Kelli and Frank Elliott of Summerville and Chris Page of La Grande; siblings, Haley Page, Lilly Page and Wyatt Page, all of La Grande; many aunts, uncles and great-aunts and great-uncles; and grandparents, Mary Tolles, Virginia Randolph, Ralph Hartley, Scott and Donna Hartley and Wilma Page.

He was preceded in death by his cousin, PJ Gray; great-grandfather, Bill Tolles; grandfather, Bill Page; and uncle, William Page.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Catholic church.

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