The Bloomingtonian is posting the following obituary on behalf of the family of Trever Brummett:
Trever Brummett, 29, of Bloomington, IN, passed away on October 2, 2022, at 6:20 am in Bloomington, Indiana, following a work-related accident at home.
Trever was born on May 11, 1993, to Lea Brummett and Steven Brummett in Franklin, IN. He was a graduate of Brown County High School in Nashville, IN. He worked in residential construction for Hoosier Dream Builders.
He was a man of many hobbies, some of which included metal fabrication, jewelry making, woodworking, blacksmithing, knife making, and many more.
After a shared 12 years, he is survived by his wife, Heather Anderson, and her family: mother, Laura Anderson, father, Matt Anderson, and sister, Lilly Anderson.
He is survived by his grandfathers, Jack Mason, Norman Brummett, and Robert Smith; his grandmothers, Kay Brummett and Rebecca Smith; his mother, Lea Brummett and her spouse Ross Fowkes; his father, Steven Brummett and his spouse Kristi Brummett; his siblings, Kailynn Brummett, Shaney Goldsberry, and her spouse Gabe Goldsberry, Amanda Hammonds and her spouse James Hammonds and their children, and Derek Brummett and his spouse Kristi Cline Brummett; a very dear friend, Brett Cline; his fur babies – Luna, Stewart, Oreo, Bub, and Birdie; countless friends that he assuredly made throughout the years. There were many.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Humane Societies of Brown, Johnson, Morgan, and Monroe Counties.
A visitation will be held on Saturday, October 8, 2022, from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm at Jessen & Keller Funeral Homes ~ Whiteland Chapel.
Arrangements are entrusted to Jessen & Keller Funeral Homes ~ Whiteland Chapel. 729 N. US Highway 31, Whiteland, IN 46184. 317-535-6880. www.jessenkeller.com
Terri J. Cook, a lifelong friend of Heather’s said the following about her late friend Trever:
“Trever touched the lives of so many people in the most positive way. He was always the first to offer any kind of help to others, a quality that not everyone has. He was a jack of all trades. I always looked forward to hearing about his latest escapades with welding, knife making, seeing all the trinkets he had made by hand, what new addition he had added into the house, hearing about his antique phonograph and guns, seeing what new car project he had brought home, and every other crazy thing he was onto next. He was talented, compassionate, selfless, and full of love. He was a dear friend to many, including me. I learned a lot of valuable lessons from him and I will always cherish them.
He knew how to mix seriousness with humor – his life lessons were tough love but he would throw in jokes and funny noises to drive home the fact that he wasn’t preaching at you, just trying to offer wisdom and advice.
His sense of humor will always remain unmatched in my opinion! He had a contagious laugh and a contagious smile.
No amount of words can comfort such an enormous loss; he was a friend, a safe place, a warm hug, and a voice of reason to so many of us.”