Trevor Fredrick Thomas

Dec. 10, 1994 Ė June 24, 2013

Trevor Thomas died Monday, June 24, 2013, laughing on his way to another lake with his friends.

Trevís love of fishing started young with his big brother, Todd Martin Thomas, and father, Keith. His bowfishing passion started with the guidance of Kyle Krischan of Whale Tales. Trevor started wet and bloody bowfishing in 2012 with his best friend, Nathan Raymond. His bowfishing skills were like no other: He lived to slay carp. Trev shared his passion with many people and was a great teacher and very patient. Trev spent many 24-hour periods with his best friends, Nathan Raymond and Briant Redmond, working on the boat and slaying carp with them and many other friends.

He also enjoyed ice fishing and was his fatherís and big brotherís best partner on the ice. Trevor shared a love of music and ice fishing with his big brother, Todd. Other passions were big Chevy trucks, ATVs, shed hunting, loud music, just being in the great outdoors and pictures with his crazy cat, Pippin. He loved being among his many friends. Trevor spent many good times at the Loper family farm with Austin Loper and his family.

Trevor had many successes in his short time on earth; he graduated from Kettle Moraine High School this past June and participated in many carp shooting and ice fishing tournaments.

Trev played hard, loved deeply and lived his life to the fullest doing things his way. He loved his Mumma, Wendy Kuck, more than words could ever say. Trev will always be and always was a Mummaís boy.

He was preceded in death by his loving father, Keith Martin Thomas, and his beloved fat cat, Dutter.

Trev will be missed by all who he shared his time on earth with.

At 2 p.m. on Saturday, July 20, a celebration of Trevorís life will be held at Wales Community Park, off of Highway 83 in Wales. Please come and share your Trevor tales with us as we celebrate his life, loves, adventures and friendships.

In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund is being set up by the family.

Pagenkopf Funeral Home is serving the family. For more information, call 567-4457 or visit