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Trevor Loney

Trevor Loney

Wednesday, June 20th, 1979 - Sunday, September 27th, 2020
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Obituary

Mr. Trevor Monroe Loney, 41, of Jefferson City, MO, passed away of natural causes on Sunday, September 27, 2020, at his home.

He was born on June 20, 1979 in Beloit, KS, the son of Drs. John and Teri (Seifert) Loney.

Trevor was very passionate about education. He was a 2001 graduate of the University of Kansas, earning his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in American Studies. Trevor also attended Indiana University where he earned his Master’s in Sociology and where he was working on completing his Doctorate. Trevor was employed at both the University of Kansas and Indiana University as an Academic Advisor and Assistant Teacher.

Trevor stayed extremely active and involved with anything KU; he was one of their biggest fans. Also, he always looked forward to visits with friends and family. Trevor cherished his time spent with them, especially time with his niece and nephew. He enjoyed shopping for and preparing the meals for those he loved, playing cards with them, and cycling. People consistently noted his friendliness and kind nature. He was also becoming quite the handyman. These were skills he learned from his dad. Trevor loved animals and his Golden Retriever, Gozer, had a special place in his heart.

Survivors include: his parents, Drs. John and Teri Loney of Sunrise Beach, MO; sister, Dr. Brandi Klepper and her husband, Don, of Springfield, MO; niece, Elaine Klepper; nephew, Thomas Klepper; numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins; and a host of friends at KU and in Jefferson City, MO.

Private family services will be held.

In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to the James and Leona Loney Family Scholarship Fund, KU Endowment Association, ATTN: Gift Processing Department, PO Box 928, Lawrence, Kansas 66044

Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Freeman Mortuary.

www.freemanmortuary.com
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Katie Williams

Posted at 08:33pm
Dr. Loney, Terri and Brandi,
Am just shocked and heartbroken for you all at Trevor’s loss. I can remember sitting in Nevada High School bleachers many years ago when we were all MUCH YOUNGER, he was maybe 14, and he and I had one of the most hilarious conversations I’ve ever had with a kid. Even then he had that bright sarcasm that many of us wickedly enjoy...heh heh...I’ve never forgotten it. Praying for peace for all of you, this isn’t supposed to be life’s order.
LL

Linda Loney

Posted at 12:28am
Trevor was a brilliant young man who was also quite healthfully cynical of many things, religion and the state of the country and its leaders chief among them. I recall one visit to Lawrence when, during a conversation with Trevor, I was able to talk with him about David Foster Wallace, another brilliant young man whom we both admired. I think that Trevor was one of less than a handful of people with whom I could have ever had that conversation. Although we didn’t really stay in touch, I will miss him.
Aunt Linda
SD

Sherrie Daniels

Posted at 11:33pm
Loney family just wanted you to know your Nevada
Friends are thinking of you and sending prayers and strength to you all. We are so sorry to hear of Trevors
Passing.
Paul and Sherrie Daniels
DM

Debbie McGarraugh

Posted at 01:58pm
John, Terri and family, I am so sorry to hear of Trevors passing. My sincere condolences to you all. Was thinking of all the times I stayed at the house with he & Brandi while you attended conferences. Good memories! Thoughts and prayers for you all in the days to come.
GR

Ginger Robinson

Posted at 02:53pm
Dear Loney's, so very sorry to hear this news. It was my privilege to be working when he was born and am at a loss for words. Prayers and peace. Ginger Robinson
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