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Fernando ‘Fred’ Trevino

(Nov. 5, 1950 - Jan. 31, 2014)

Fernando “Fred” Trevino, 63, of Cheyenne, died Jan. 31, 2014, in Cheyenne after a lengthy illness.

He was born Nov. 5, 1950, in Powell to Victoriano and Felisiana Joy Trevino. He worked as a landscaper, was a member of the Catholic Church, American Legion Post No. 6 and the VFW in Powell. Fred was very proud to serve his country as a medic in the United States Army in the Vietnam War.

He is survived by his mother Felisiana Joy Hoffman of Powell; siblings, Isabell Trevino of Powell, David Trevino of San Diego, Calif., Manuel Trevino of Billings, Mont., Christine Coats of Dallas, Texas, Henry Ramirez of Bridger, Mont., Ben Davila of Colorado Springs, Colo., his very special friends in Cheyenne, his bothers in law, sisters in law, and his many nephews and nieces.

He was preceded in death by his father Victoriano Trevino; stepfather Phillip Hoffman; and brothers Karl Hoffman, Felix Trevino and an infant brother David Trevino.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Karl Hoffman Memorial Scholarship Fund, c/o First Bank of Wyoming, Powell, WY, 82435.

Private services will be held.

Cremation has taken place.

Thompson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Condolences may be sent to the family online at www.thompsonfuneral.net or to P.O. Box 807 Powell, WY, 82435.

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2 comments

  • posted by Renee Gonzalez

    February 27, 2014 11:34 am

    Isabelle so sorry to hear of the loss of your brother. You and your mom are in my thoughts & prayers. Feel so bad for all you have gone through lately. God Bless ~ take good care~ Renee

  • posted by Mary Ellen Faunce

    February 17, 2014 1:58 pm

    I've known Freddy since we were teens.
    Freddy & I stood as "God Parents" to my niece, Gina Munoz. He was well liked by all. I wrote him when he was sent to Viet Nam and hung out with him & his friends when he came back to Powell.
    I'd lost touch when he left Powell, never to hear from him again. Always wondered where & what he was doing.
    I'm sure he had loved ones who cared deeply for him. I will always remember the fun times we had. He'll always be remembered in all our Hearts...
    God Bless...
    Mary E. (Munoz) Faunce

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