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Trevor A. Beyma, 47, Fremont, Neb.

FREMONT, Neb. – Trevor Aaron Beyma, father, son, brother, and friend, was born on July 31, 1973 and took his final trip to spend eternity with the Lord Wednesday, September 16, 2020 at the age of 47.

Trevor will be missed everyday by his children Kodi and Kayla Beyma of Indiana, mother and father Janet and Kenneth Beyma of Wilmington, North Carolina, sister Tristan Brown married to Keith Brown and nephew Kenneth Brown of Chapel Hill, Tennessee, grandparents Pauline and Gerald Brummer of Beloit, Kansas, his loving aunts, uncles and cousins and many great friends.

From an early age, Trevor fell in love with farming and building things. From the age of three his could be found helping his dad build the latest project. As an adult, he built beautiful and quality furniture for his family, friends and those in need. As a boy, he loved spending his summers on his grandparents' farm taking care of the cows or helping with the harvest.

Trevor worked for the Raleigh Airport as a firefighter and EMT for over ten years before moving to Nebraska to work as a project manager for QC Supply. His boss told the family Trevor was the most loyal and hardest worker he ever had the pleasure of working with. Friends describe him as a person that will give the shirt off his back and then go buy you five more. During the last couple of years, his fur babies Sadie and Tails were almost always by his side. They were his favorite travel companions and roommates.

As a friend put it, "He was one of a kind. Folks tried to put him in a box. Trevor didn't fit into anyone's box. That made for a hard time for him sometimes, but he never sacrificed who he was."

Most importantly, Trevor had a relationship with the Lord and tried to live accordingly on Earth in preparation for his future in Heaven where he will join his paternal grandparents Norman and Ruth Beyma.

Blessed is the nation whole God is the Lord. Psalm 33:12

The family will have a private ceremony at a later date. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the Dodge County Humane Society in Fremont, Nebraska, your local FFA chapter or The National Fallen Firefighters Association.

Beloit Call

P.O. Box 309, Concordia, Ks. 66901

Phone: 785-738-3537