Trever Mykel Stevenson, of Howell passed away Thursday, June 16, 2011 at Mott’s Children’s Hospital in
. He put up a good fight in his short 3 ½ years of life of having an auto immune disease which lead him to needing two bone marrow transplants. He endured much pain from his transplants and still seemed to be able to have a smile and giggle for all. His mother and Trever had such a deep love and connection that all could see the love they shared. We are thankful for the community for their love and support with his bone marrow drive and benefit dinner that helped with expenses to be able to travel to see specialists in Ann Arbor Michigan . Seattle
He was so full of life you wouldn’t know he was sick unless he had to have his oxygen on because he didn’t miss a beat. Anyone he came in contact with was putty in his hands. He had such a way with people and he loved and lived to make people laugh and brighten their day. He always had his cheerful smile and wave to greet everyone he saw. With his many trips and visits to the hospital and doctors he has made an unforgettable imprint in the hearts of many nurses, doctors, and staff members. He will be greatly missed and never forgotten. He may have been small in stature but he was a giant in spirit. His mother, Krystal was unable to work due to his serious illness and time it took to care for him. Now she is in need of work after she can cope and heal from his passing. Due to Trever’s illness there was not a life insurance company that would insure him. The family would like to receive donations in lieu of flowers to help with expenses and make a donation in memory of Trever to the hospital or the National Bone Marrow Organization. There has been an account set up at Chase bank where donations can be made out to the mother Krystal Stevenson.The viewing will be held Wednesday June 22 from 1pm-8pm the service is Thursday June 23 at 11am. A website has been set up in memory of Trever at http://memoriesoftrever.blogspot.com Also a benefit dinner will be held on August 6th at the Eagles Club in Howell, for further details contact Nicki Jo Dragonov 810-623-3544.