Trevor was born in Billings April 13, 1988, at St. Vincent’s Hospital to Randy Brown and Laura Pearson and passed away Aug. 8, 2015. He was the youngest of three kids, he was our baby. The family moved to the Sheridan/Twin Bridges area shortly thereafter so his father could help his own father with what would eventually become a third generation family business. Trev was blessed to grow up around lots of family, his parents, his two siblings, but also his paternal grandparents, an aunt and uncle, the Christensen cousins and numerous friends became lifelong friends. There were horses and go-carts to ride, and always lots of fun to be had. He loved his family. His dad was his everything. He loved to do things for his mom. He thought she worked too hard and wanted to make her life easier. Trevor loved to sing, and man could he sing. He sang at funerals and weddings. Oh how we wish we could hear his voice again.
Trevor was a Falcon to the core, as was his dad. Twin Bridges was in his blood. He was extremely athletic. He played basketball and football in high school, but he LOVED football. He got a football scholarship to UMW. He did a semester there before deciding to go to work full time in the family business. He worked side-by-side with his dad which he had done every summer since the seventh grade. Trevor had no regrets leaving college behind, he loved what he did and he did it well.
He grew Brown Plumbing into something he loved, which was Brown Plumbing and Excavating. He loved to play in the dirt. If there were one sentence to sum up Trevor it would be: Work Hard, Play Hard. Trevor lived life to the fullest. He was a doer. If he said he was going to do something, he did it. He had big dreams; he achieved many of them. He put his whole heart into everything he accomplished. He took pride in everything he did and in everything he owned. He loved his toys and he loved sharing them with his friends and family. He loved his MadCou Crew. He had such a tight knit group of friends. His smile lit up the room. He was vibrant, generous, dependable, fun, funny, and full of life. He was beloved by many and we miss him terribly.
Trevor is survived by his parents, Randy and Laura; his two siblings, Deverie and Jeremy Rosselott and their three kids, Kaleb, Jovenai and Jaxon, and Brent Brown and his three kids, Madison, Christian and Brooklyn; his Grandma Jean; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins; his girlfriend, Sierra Smith; his MadCou Crew; and many cherished friends.
Funeral Services will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 13, at the Twin Bridges Football Field, with a potluck reception to follow in the Twin Bridges School Cafeteria. If anyone would like to bring anything, please contact Karen Perry at 406-684-5155.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Trevor’s name to the Twin Bridges Football Team.
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