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Trevus Manning

Trevus Manning

Thursday, June 26th, 1969 Friday, October 23rd, 2020

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Obituary for Trevus Gail Manning

On Friday October 23, 2020, Trevus "Bub" Manning, loving partner, son, brother and friend died in a tragic motor vehicle accident.

Trevus was born in Benkelman, Nebraska on June 26, 1969. When he was a year old, his family moved west to Gardiner, Oregon. Trevus graduated from Reedsport High School in 1987. He then attended NW Kansas Tech College in Goodland, KS where he studied diesel mechanics. He returned to the Reedsport, Oregon area in the fall of 1989, where he met the love of his life Cori Schneider.

In 1999, Trevus moved to Monmouth, OR with Cori, so that she could attend Western Oregon University. Trevus was a very proud & supportive partner as Cori completed her degrees & began her teaching career.

Trevus was passionate about cars, especially his prized possession his 1968 Ford Bronco. He spent many hours out in the garage working on it with his friends. He was also an avid Nascar fan who enjoyed collecting memorabilia, attending races and anything Earnhardt related.

Trevus could start up a conversation with anyone. When among his friends, he was known for telling stories about his past adventures, sharing his love of music & always having something cool to show off.

Trevus was always on a mission to help someone. It didn't matter what type of assistance was needed, when asked to lend a hand, he was grabbing his tools and on his way to help.

Trevus will be greatly missed. He is survived by his partner of 30 years, Cori Schneider; Parents: Debbie Manning, Gail Manning; Step mother: Marsha Manning; Sister: Mickie Manning.

A small celebration of life will be held at a later date for family and friends to come together and share their memories of Trevus "Bub" Manning.

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