Memorial post for Blackhawks fan Trevor Alexander


I’ve never written a post like this before so I wasn’t sure what to write at first. My good friend Dani, a Pens’ fan sent me a message asking me to write a memorial post for her friend Trevor who on April 15, 2012.  Trevor was born on October 2, 1989 and lived in Munster, Indiana. He enjoyed playing XBox with his friends and loved the Chicago Blackhawks.

Even though this is a Pens’ oriented fan site and Trevor was a Blackhawks fan, his love for hockey brought him close to Dani and to his friends. That friend would be strong and full of love, a bond I’ve seen grown all through a mutual love for such a great sport. People come and go in our lives, brought to us by an experience or common interest; we bond together, we cry together, and we love together. That is what is so beautiful about this friendship and many others like it.  One interest can spark a friendship that can last a lifetime and that is what Trevor meant to Dani and to his friends too.

I send my condolences to Trevor’s friends and family during this time of great sadness. He will be missed but always loved and remembered by them.

Rest in peace Trevor.
“Love is stronger than death even though it can’t stop death from happening, but no matter how hard death tries it can’t separate people from love. It can’t take away our memories either. In the end, life is stronger than death.” 


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5 Responses

  1. Karen says:

    So, so sad. My prayers go out to Trevor, his family and all who knew him.

  2. Tom Alexander says:

    Thank you very much for the Memorial post. Trevor had a sharp wit, great sense of humor, a passion for cooking, and a love for hockey.
    I was blessed to be his father for 22 short years.
    God bless you.

  3. trevor alexander says:

    this is so wierd. my name is trevor alexander also, and ive played hockey since i was 3 and now am playing at a professional level.. this is a touching story to know that there was another trevor alexander out there who loved hockey as much as i do.. im an LA kings fan but r.i.p buddy.. it wouldve been cool to meet you 🙂 love goes to trevors family.. so hard to lose someone and especially how good trevor seemed

  4. Hannah says:

    Trevor was absolutely one of the most amazing ppl I have ever known he was with out doubt my best friend in highschool and so much more after
    We lost touch about six months ago when I started making some poor decisions in my own life and moved out if state so I only discovered his death yesterday and it rocked my world
    I’m really bad at this kinda thing I just want the world to know that I truly love Trevor Alexander
    And he shaped the girl I am today
    I miss you tre boy

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