Was a dearly loved 
husband and father

The passing of Mr. Trevor John Hutton of Stramore Cresent, Gilford took place on Friday 21 August in Craigavon Area Hospital.

Trevor John Hutton

He was the dearly loved husband of Susan. He was known to everyone as Trevor and was the dearly loved father of Kirsty, Stuart and Travis.

He was born in Banbridge and brought up there and attended school in Edenderry Primary School and Banbridge High School. He took his City and Guilds in the Training Centre in Portadown.

He was a member of the T.A in Banbridge and from there joined the Royal Irish Rangers and then the Ulster Defence Regiment where he served all told for 10 years.

The family greatly appreciated all the help and support from all the staff at Craigavon Area Hospital and also Belfast City Hospital Cancer Unit and the police for the motorbike escort that was supplied as a tribute to Trevor.

He was a member of Service Masonic Lodge No 174 Newry. He enjoyed shooting at targets and cycling along the Scarva towpath.

He was a man of a cheery and friendly disposition and worked as a Transport Co-Ordinator for the RUC and PSNI.

His main interest was centred around his home and family and it is there that his passing will be mostly felt.

He is survived by his wife Susan, daughter Mrs. Kirsty Black, two sons Stuart and Travis, son-in-law Jeffrey, Stuart’s girlfriend Julia, grandchildren Sophie and Rebecca, his father Don, stepmother Margaret and his brother Kenneth.

To these and all other relatives sincere sympathy has been extended. The funeral took place on Tuesday last from his home to Scarva Presbyterian Church which was filled to capacity.

His minister the Rev. Patricia McBride paid a fitting tribute and a poem ‘My Daddy’ was read by his daughter Kirsty.

The interment took place afterwards in the New Cemetery.

Family flowers were placed on the grave and donations in lieu of flowers are being sent to William Bell and Co. Funeral Directors, 23 Kenlis Street, Banbridge, BT32 3LR for Macmillan Nurses.

William Bell and Co. had charge of the funeral