Trevor Lucius Obituary Fostoria OH, Death Notice and Service Information


Trevor Lucius Obituary, Death – Lucius has sadly passed away and will be meeting with his Lord and Savior. It was in Traverse City, Michigan, where he resided, that he passed away. Harold and Wanda Lucius, who resided in Saginaw, Michigan, were the ones who brought him into this world. After receiving his diploma from New Lothrop High School in 1971, he continued his education at Wayne State University, where he majored in Mortuary Science. 1976 was the year when he received his certification. His areas of expertise included Sault Ste. Marie, Kalamazoo, and Traverse City, where he worked as a Funeral Director. He worked as a financial advisor for a considerable amount of time.

He was a loyal spouse, a loving father, and a proud grandparent. He was also a proud child. In each manner that he could, he went out of his way to assist other people. He had a wonderful sense of humor and enjoyed making fun of the folks that were often around him. He couldn’t require a dog because he was constantly surrounded by them. Among his favorite activities were rock hunting, landscaping, playing with his grandchildren, going on walks with and without other people’s dogs, meeting new people, and cooking.

He was also known for providing a large number of meals for church events and fixing items. He was a very involved member of the congregations that he attended in each of the churches that he was a part of, regardless of where he lived. Although he served in a variety of capacities within the church, he was consistently informed of how much people enjoyed learning about the Bible in the Sunday School class that he instructed.

His wife of 45 years, Kaye (Wise) Lucius, as well as his four children, Kyle Lucius (Elizabeth), Trenton Lucius (Autumn), Kami Buckmaster (Brian), and Toby Lucius, as well as nine grandchildren, Alexis Youngman, Nolan Lucius, Alice Lucius, Ethan Lucius, Calvin Lucius, Aaron Lucius, Max Lucius, Darin Buckmaster, and Kelci Buckmaster, are among those who can carry on his legacy. A large number of his nieces and nephews, as well as his sister Sharon Faber and his brother Samuel Lucius (who is married to Carol), are among the other families who have survived.