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My husband and I knew Trevor when he was a master's student in Carbondale, IL. At that time he was an enthusiastic student and so much fun. We also knew him through some difficult times--but he got through them and prospered. We was a great communicator for many years and we always dreamed of visiting him in Australia. We were so happy for him that he found such a rewarding relationship through his marriage and know he deeply loved his son, and he became so successful in his career. We are really saddened to hear that he no longer walks among us.

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7 years ago

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10 years ago

This was taken in 2009 at Bharati Jayachandran's farewell. Trevor is talking with Reg Mitchell and Ken Wade.

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Sandra
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Sandra
10 years ago

An overwhelming wave of shock and sadness has flowed to us from so many family members, dear friends, colleauges and students and Newington College staff. Our heartfelt thanks to everyone who covered our house with gorgeous flowers, and beautiful cards - and lots of wine! Trevor would have loved the funeral attendance flowing out onto the street, and the wake cramming our house to capacity. He was extremely proud of what he had achieved in his career and was certainly very dedicated to his students. He left us suddenly at a time when he was very happy and fulfilled with family and friends, far too soon. Will and I miss him incredibly and are holding on through Christmas which he loved. His dogs still look for his spoiling. Please raise a glass tomorrow to celebrate his birthday.

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Ruthless
11 years ago

When he raised his voice in lectures, he sounded like a dad, but Trevor Hawkins was the best lecturer I had. Didn't dig the knotted sweaters or the Swannies scarf, but his lightning fast dry dry wit always made me laugh. His love of grammar and being able to 'glean' made me a better writer, I'll always carry a piece of his rehab style as a congruent insider.

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Sonia
11 years ago

Trevor was such as inspiring lecturer. He was passionate about rehabilitation and had so many contributions- too many to mention. He leaves a legacy behind and it was an honour to have known him. God bless his soul...

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Sonia
11 years ago

Trevor was such as inspiring lecturer. He was passionate about rehabilitation and had so many contributions- too many to mention. He leaves a legacy behind and it was an honour to have known him. God bless his soul...

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Bert Biggs
11 years ago

Trevor's passing, is a shock. I am keenly adrift. And deeply saddened. Trevor was a dynamo in establishing rehabilitation counselling as a profession in our part of the world. He assembled, corresponded, and cajoled all the major international experts to take some notice of us here in Australia and put us squarely on the map. This is not the time and space now to go into details, but Trevor’s contribution was major and seminal. He was dedicated and steadfast, and a game breaker. Australian colleagues and students are deeply in his debt. Defying logic, and with some thoughtlessness, I always thought he’s be here for us. I’ll miss him...greatly. Bert Biggs

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Sarah
11 years ago

His passion for the Rehabilitation Counselling profession and the Sydney Swans Football club. Trevor, you truly gave your all to your students and made sure you were turning out graduates that would do the profession justice. We are forever grateful. The world has lost an amazing soul.

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The Frangos Youngs
11 years ago

The fondest of memories - Joseph met Will when they were 3 years old, and enjoyed weekends away and holidays with Trevor, Sandra, Will and Gypsy down the coast and at Kulnura - lovely memories indeed. We will remember "Treasure" as enjoying all the fine things in life - particularly family and friends, food and wine. We are all so very sad.

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