Funeral Tribute

Trevor Charles Cross




In loving memory of Trevor Charles Cross who sadly passed away on 18th January 2017
CROSS Trevor Charles
Originally from Biggenden, Moura and late of Eagleby.
Trevor passed away in Princess Alexandra Hospital on Wednesday 18th January 2017 at the young age of 61 years. After fighting a debilitating disease for many years Trev has gone trucking.
Trevor leaves behind his loving wife and soulmate Dorothy (Joy) and adoring children Cassandra and Russel.
Trevor will be missed by his 4 brothers and sister Lynette and their spouses as well as his nephews and nieces.
At this time Trevor’s family, would like to thank the Doctors, Nurses and Support staff of the Princess Alexandra Hospital for the care and attention that they freely gave to make Trevor’s final days as peaceful as possible.
A Truckers Prayer:
Lord, I ask you to be with me as I travel down the road. Here and there and everywhere hauling heavy loads. Please guide me through the traffic, the storms and the stupid “Wicked Camper Drivers” I meet along the way. Keep me alert when nights are long, grant patience for each day and when I reach me destination always thankful I will be that you have been me unseen guest riding by my side.
Trevor’s family and friends are respectfully invited to attend his graveside celebration of life service that will be held in the Beenleigh Cemetery 31 Brigade Drive Eagleby on Monday 23rd January 2017. The service will commence at 10:00am


Beenleigh Cemetery


Monday 23rd January 2017


10:00 am


31 Brigade Drive Eagleby

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