Trevor Dayton Adams Wullenweber, age 13 (born March 5 2007) of Milford, went to do a heavenly dance with the Angels. Trevor never knew an enemy, his infectious smile and laugh would always light up a room.
Like most boys his age, he loved Pokemon and would always find a way to play, regardless of the time or place (even in class). He also loved My Hero Academia, with it emblazoned on his favorite clothes.
Recently Trevor found his passion, singing. Trevor loved to sing in choir at Junction City Middle School, recently winning a singing championship. He was known to record himself singing original songs, something that he learned from his father and that made him very happy. To match the singing, Trevor loved to dance. He loved to burst out in dance, no matter the time or place.
Most importantly, Trevor loved everyone he met. He was outgoing, kind, and fiercely loyal. He would never shy away from hugs, holding peoples’ hands, and showing people how much he truly cared. He especially loved his brother and sister, who he talked to almost every day.
Trevor will be missed for everything that made him Trevor: his singing, his dancing, his love for bright clothes, his endless knowledge, and his love for all animals.
He is survived by his mother, Amy Adams-Estrada of Milford KS, his father and step-mother, James Wullenweber IV and Mia Straub, of Hillsboro KS, his brother and sister Trenton and Isabella. He is also survived by maternal grandparents, Dianna and Harold Rivera, of Milford Ks, and Darrel and Sheri Adams of Nebraska, and his paternal grandparents, James Wullenweber III, of Hillsboro KS. Being a part of a large family, Trevor will be missed by his numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Trevor, we know you are singing with the Angels and doing a heavenly dance. Arrangements have been arranged for a private Celebration of Life at the end of September. The family asks all media to respect their privacy during this time.
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