Trevor Lee Mianecki May 13, 1995 — September 28, 2017

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Trevor Lee Mianecki

Trevor, forever our shining star. 

Trevor Lee Mianecki was born May 13, 1995, to Rick and Connie Mianecki in Moses Lake and was raised in Royal City his whole life. He attended Royal City High School, where he graduated in 2013.  He was a member of football, wrestling, cross country, band, FFA, 4-H, Boy Scouts and Farm Boys Racing. After high school, he graduated from Perry Tech as an Automotive Tech in 2014. 

He was 22 years old when the Royal City stars suddenly went dim. 

Trevor loved to farm beside his dad, Rick, and Uncle Skeeter. They all followed in both of Trevor’s grandpa’s footsteps (Frank Mianecki and Bob Miller) in the love of dirt and farming.  He also loved the adrenaline rush of motorcycles, snowmobiles and pretty ladies. 

He loved going to concerts with his mom and dad and was so proud of being part of the Watershed promotional ad for this year’s Watershed — his favorite time of year. He was a great big brother and protector to his little sister, Meghan. He will always be her guardian angel. 

Trevor loved and was loved by countless friends. He will be remembered by his friends and family for his brilliant smile and how he would always drop everything to help them. He will continue to hold all of them close and smile over them. He loved to live in the close-knit community of Royal City and watch the amazing sunsets from his tractor. 

Trevor is survived by his parents, Rick and Connie, and his sister, Meghan, of Royal City.  He also leaves his maternal grandmother, Alvina Miller, of Othello and paternal grandmother, Chris Mianecki, of Royal City. He is also survived by many aunts and uncles — Leilani Follett (Hunter, Rebecca, Landon and Brandon) andFrank (Tammy) Mianecki, Jr. (Chantel, Cassandra, Bethany), both of Royal City. As well as Debbie (Dan) Roche (Steve, Shannon, and Marcus) of Leavenworth,Karla (Dan) Better (Danielle, Crystal, and Melissa) of Goldendale, and Rob (Beckie) Miller of Yakima. 

Funeral arrangements are being handled by Kayser’s Chapel of Memories in Moses Lake.  Viewing is from 4:00 — 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 4that Kayser’s Chapel. Services will be held at 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 5 at Royal Intermediate School with burial after at Royal Memorial Garden. Dinner at New Life Church to follow. Please sign the online guestbook or leave a note for the family at www.kayserschapel.com 

In lieu of flowers, please donate to Grant County Integrated Service — School Suicide Prevention in care of Darla Boothman.

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