- August 4, 1948 - March 29, 2011
- Dallas, Texas
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Memories & Candles
Dear Karen & Family,
I only just now came to learn of Trevor's passing back in 2011. My deepest condolences. He was a class-act in every way measurable. As you may recall, I was his successor at Bib when he made the decision to start Videoland with Tony Abroms and Craig Curtwright. May your lifetime of memories bring you comfort in the years to come. Though we rarely encountered each other after late 1981 when my 2-year contract with Bib ended, he remained etched in my consciousness. He will be greatly missed.
Stephen E. Godfrey
Posted by: Stephen E. Godfrey - Rancho Santa Margarita, CA - Colleague Feb 11, 2013
I am very saddened to hear of Trevor's passing today. He was my former boss, a mentor and my friend. I will forever be thankful for the lessons he taught me about life, the wisdom he shared from years of experience in business and the opportunity he provided for me to cultivate my business acumen and become successful.
Trevor inspired me to never settle for just being good but to strive for greatness in everything you do. I have many
Posted by: Savill Collins - Atlanta, GA - Former Employee Apr 20, 2011
My grandfather was a wonderful person. He was athletic and smart. Being the oldest of his grandkids I got to see him, play with him and talk to him more than my siblings. I am lucky. He would always give me great birthday gifts, had the same love of food as me, and was very caring and loving. I hope that people will remember him from generation to generation. I will always love you and will miss you Grandpa!
Posted by: Elliot - Dallas - Trevor's Grandson Apr 06, 2011
I have been so blessed to have married into the most incredible family!
My first impression of Trevor was what a cool good looking dad Gary has.
Trevor once told me that he knew we would marry long before Gary even proposed. There was never a boring moment with him around. What I loved the most about him was his passion for all of his family. I admired how when he had a task at hand he he got on it fast.
Posted by: Ilanit - Dallas - Daughter-in-law Apr 06, 2011
Caren & family,
So sorry to here about Trevor. I wanted to let you know you are in my prayers. I hope there is peace for you and your family.
G-d Bless you .
Posted by: Sharon Berman - friend Apr 05, 2011
Dear Caren, Gary and Terri, I was terribly saddened to hear of Trevors passing, he was a kind, wonderful, caring and gentle person, whom everyone looked up to. I regard myself as being privileged to have worked for him as well as being a friend of his.
I remember meeting him when I first arrived in Dallas, he was one of those people who you wanted to be friends with, full of fun, laughter and competitiveness. I remember playing football
Posted by: Leonard Neumann - London - Friend Apr 04, 2011
It just seems like the other day (2006 or so) Trevor was telling me about his upcoming trip to South Africa and that he would be cycling along the coast !
What an fantastic exprience that must have been !
Posted by: Robert Shaffer Apr 03, 2011
I just want to tell the Glanger family how much Misty & I love them. You all have such a special place in our hearts. There truly is not enough space on this page to tell you all the amazing things that Trevor did for me, but I will tell you that he is a big part of the reason I am who I am today. Trevor Glanger was like a father to me raising me in our fitness business
Posted by: Craig Lewin - Dallas, TX - Employee Apr 02, 2011
I knew Trevor for 20 years, from the time I first purchased bikes from him at Wheels in Motion on Coit Road. We many times rode bikes togetrher, and also motorcycles from time to time. Trevor was a great guy, also willing to help, interested in life, family and friends. He will be missed by many. To his wife, children and family, I offer my sincere condoloences and prayers for you all.
Posted by: Don Crosbie - Dallas, TX - Friend Apr 01, 2011
Trevor was one of those rare people who you could love to see or be nervous to see. For me, it was almost always the first. I had the honor of working for and with Trevor for almost 10 years. What I loved and admired about Trevor is that he would actually listen to your opinion. Now that did not mean he would agree or like it, but he would listen. He was a warm person, always ready for a
Posted by: David Brady - Dallas, TX - Employee Apr 01, 2011