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Forest L. Trevett, 80

Posted: 12 December, 2012

Wakefield, Nebraska   Forest L. Trevett, 80 of Wakefield, died Tuesday December 11, 2012 at Providence Medical Center in Wayne, Nebraska.  Services will be 10:30 a.m. Friday, December 14th at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, Emerson, Nebraska with Pastor Gretchen Ritola officiating. Burial with Military rites provided by Allen American Legion Post will be in Rose Hill

Cemetery in Emerson.  Visitation will be 3-8 p.m. Thursday with family present at 6 p.m. at Thompson Chapel Funeral Home in Wakefield.
Forest Luke Trevett was born January 2, 1932 at Emerson, Nebraska to parents William and Opal (Welden) Trevett. He attended the rural school and farmed with his family.  Forest entered the U.S. Army in August, 1952 and was released from active duty in July, 1954.   Forest married Dorthy M. Thomsen on January 14, 1956 at Emerson, Nebraska. He worked at the Hutchinson Locker Allen, Nebraska   He later was employed with Iowa Beef Processors of Dakota, City, Nebraska until retiring as a foreman in 1987. Along with working at IBP, he farmed near Allen, Nebraska.   Dorthy died in 2000.   Forest moved to an apartment at Summit Hill in Allen for a short time before becoming a resident in 2009 at the Wakefield Health Care Center.
Forest’s interests were in his farming, gardening, fishing and camping. He enjoyed being with Dorthy in the numerous trips through the country.
Forest was a member of the First Lutheran Church of Allen and the Legion Post of Allen.
Survivors include sons; Mark and Patti Trevett of Homer, Nebraska, and Wayne and Bernadette Trevett of Lincoln, Nebraska and daughter Joyce Trevett and husband Riza Ciner of Wayne, Nebraska.  Also included are nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Dorthy, a son, Lynn, a brother Robert Trevett, and sisters; Lois Dambeck and Donna Wohlert.
Service information; Folder, The Lord’s Prayer.  
Organist Beth Rohde
Congregation sings “Amazing Grace”,   “In The Garden”    “How Great Thou Art”
Military rites. Allen Legion Post
PallBearers:  Andrew Trevett, Aaron Trevett, Paul Thomsen, Joel Splittgerber, Andrew Frye, Nathan Frye
Honorary PallBearers:   Matthew Trevett, Daniel  Trevett, Michael Trevett, Curtis Olstad, Amber Trevett, Nicole Trevett, Jennifer Trevett, Grace Trevett, Kyle Trevett

Thompson Chapel Funeral Home in Wakefield.
Thompson Chapel   402-287-2633


Thompson Chapel Funeral Home in Wakefield.
Thompson Chapel   402-287-2633


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