Trevor Earl Cote

Passed away on January 31, 2013 at the age of 30 years in Red Deer, Alberta.

A wake was held on Tuesday, February 5, 2013 from the Cote First Nation Band Hall.

A funeral service was held on Wednesday, February 6, 2013  also from the Cote First Nation Band Hall.

Interment  followed at the Cote First Nation Cemetery.

Trevor leaves to mourn his passing: spouse; Leslie Thom, son; Tre  Jr Lawrence Cote,

Mother, Valerie (Bruce) Easter of Brandon, MB, father Earl (Gina) Cote of Cote F.N.

Sisters; Rosie Cote (Jeff Severight) of Canora, SK, Darcie Cote (Anthony McKinney) of Brandon, MB. Brothers; Daniel Cote, Jasmine Cote Michael Cote of Cote F N.

Koko; Annabelle Whitehawk of Cote F N.

Aunties; Cheryl Cote of Brandon, MB, Wanda Quewezance of Brandon, MB, Cindy Tourangeau of Cote F N, Babs Lynxleg Olive Lynxleg of Grandview, MB, Victoria Rattlesnake of Valleyriver, MB, Bonnie Cote of Yorkton, SK, Roselia Cote of Cote F.N, Cynthia Cote of Cote F.N, Sylvia Cote of Cote F.N.

Uncles; Earl Quewezance of Vancouver,B.C, Robert Whitehawk of Cote F.N, Valentino Cote of Cote, Vernon Cote of Torono,Ont, Chris Cote of Cote F.N, Curtis Cote of Yorkton,SK, Greg Cote of Yorkton,SK, Dennis Lynxleg of Valleyriver, MB, Ron Lynxleg of Valleyriver,MB, Alex Quewezance of Yorkton,SK,

Trevor was predeceased by; Grandfather’s  Robert Whitehawk  Sr and Kenneth Cote , Koko; Sarah V Cote, uncles; Eric Cote, Kenward Cote and auntie Peggy Cote.

Trevor also leaves to mourn; Cousins; Danette Hanmore, Nathan Hanmore, Lawrence Quewezance, Loretta Quewezance, Jasmine Quewezance, Danielle Pelly, Rae-Ann  Quewezance, Anthony Norris, Colson Thorgood, Juanita Cote and Summer Stevenson.

As well as childhood friends; Matt Inkster, Michael Tacan and Naomi Wood.



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  1. Chantelle Cote says:

    I was his niece I am Chantelle Cote and now I 12 years old.

  2. Matthew says:

    I miss him soooo much

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