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Trevor Weinrich, 25, loving son, brother, and friend, passed away unexpectedly on August 2, 2022 in Dallas, Tx. Trevor was born on April 23, 1997 in Overland Park, KS to Jeff and Louisa Weinrich. Trevor attended Visitation grade school and Rockhurst high school. He was always an honor roll student and graduated high school with first honors. He went to Oklahoma and was a member of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity. After receiving his Bachelor’s Degree from Oklahoma, Trevor began working as a Sr. Loan Officer for First Mortgage Direct. He recently moved to Dallas to continue his life journey.
Trevor was very talented and had so many endearing qualities. He always demonstrated in action, in word, and in spirit, fearlessness, kindness, compassion, consideration, class, inspiration, commitment, leadership, and humility. He was a state champion in swimming and excelled at football and basketball at Rockhurst. Coach Wink, the swim coach at Rockhurst, would tell you that Trevor was dominant in the water; but he meant so much more to the team and program as a leader. He motivated his teammates through his inspirational and caring words, while also leading by example. His gift of leadership was never more evident than when he coached the swim team at Carriage Club. He touched the lives of so many young swimmers and taught them how to be better in every way. He was not only their beloved coach; but also their biggest fan.
Trevor was an extremely talented singer. He starred in many musicals at Theater at Vis and at Rockhurst, where he was a state champion in vocal performance. He was a KC Superstar and Blue Star nominee for his achievement and excellence in musical theater for high school age students. He was awarded a scholarship to OU for vocal performance and specialized in opera. He could sing in 5 languages. He would make your heart melt with his beautiful voice. He enjoyed sharing this talent with anyone and everyone. We will forever hear his sweet voice singing down from heaven.
Trevor was passionately loyal to his beliefs and lived them every minute of every day. He knew what he wanted and knew what he didn’t need. He was raised Catholic. His parents taught him how important it was to have a strong faith. He was a staunch conservative who might disagree with your stance on certain issues; but he believed everyone has the right to their opinion. He loved talking about food, money, and sports. A great day for him was having a hearty meal, watching a Chiefs game, and taking a nap; and not necessarily in that order. He was a HUGE Chiefs fan. It was very common to see Trevor wearing his Travis Kelce jersey. When you walked into his room, the first thing you saw hanging over his bed was a framed and signed Kelce AFC championship jersey. He will be dearly missed in the Chiefs Kingdom. He was a big Royals fan as well and loved Whit Merrifield. It is sort of fitting that Trevor passed on before Whit was traded. He would not have been happy about it. Trevor rooted on Mizzou as a youngster; but transitioned to being a Sooner fan when he went to OU. Baker Mayfield was his guy. He would be disappointed if there wasn’t a call out- BOOMER…..
Trevor loved his people and his people loved him. He made so many friends in every step of his life. He was fiercely loyal to all of them. At The University of Oklahoma, Trevor was delighted to be a part of Beta Theta Pi, and served as an excellent example for his peers. His larger than life spirit brought so many people together. You couldn’t help but gravitate towards him. He had a loving touch and you knew that he cared about you. His smile was infectious and said it all. He was quick witted and could make you laugh hysterically. His impressions were off the charts. Whether it was someone he knew or lines from a movie, he nailed it every time. His younger cousins looked up to him, literally and figuratively. He treated each one as if they were the coolest kid in the room; but they all knew that was his title. All of his family and friends are left with a huge hole in our hearts; but we know he was a gift to us and we are so very thankful he was in our lives. He would want us to remember the good times and celebrate the positives. We are certainly going to miss our sweet Trevor; but we will never forget the impact he had on our lives.
Trevor was preceded in death by his grandparents F. Joseph and Mary Marcia Weinrich, his uncle Stephen Neenan, uncle Ben Shively, and cousin Ian Shively. He is survived by his parents Jeff and Louisa; his brother Brady Weinrich and sisters Morgan Jurden (Cole), Melanie Weinrich and Allison Weinrich; his favorite nephew Hudson Jurden; grandparents Mike and Linda Neenan; many aunts, uncles, cousins, the love of his life Jessie Stout and his beloved dog Whitley.
Celebration of Life services will begin with a Rosary at 10:30 am on August 9 at St. Thomas More Parish, 11822 Holmes Rd., Kansas City, MO 64131. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held directly following the rosary at 11:00 am. Interment will be at Forest Hill Cemetery. A reception will be held at Blue Hills Country Club, 777 W. Burning Tree Dr., Kansas City, MO 64145, between 1:00 pm and 5:00 pm.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the The Trevor Joseph Weinrich Memorial Fund in ℅ Country Club Bank, 11181 Overbrook Rd, Leawood, KS 66211, which will provide the Rockhurst High School Aquahawk program and the Theater at Vis at Visitation grade school.