1980 ~ 2023.
Allen Rae Trefry, Jr., born January 18, 1980 in Canada passed on to Glory at his home on Salt Spring Island, British Columbia on February 9, 2023.
Allen is survived by his life partner Sarah Nugent and daughter Desmia, daughter Cybil Wetherell, his mother Valerie Berthelot, his dad James Berthelot, and Allen’s siblings, Monica LeBlanc Prest, husband Jason and daughter Sophia, Michael Trefry, Sean Trefry, Mandy Berthelot Rivet, husband Chris and Joshua Berthelot, wife Kat and numerous aunts, uncle, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
He was preceded in death by his father, Allen Ray Trefry Sr., and brother Peter Jason LeBlanc. Grandparents on both sides and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.
Allen grew up in Bayou Pigeon, Louisiana. He spent his first few years as an adult traveling the United States and Canada, making his home on Salt Spring Island, British Columbia.
His favourite pastime was camping and enjoying nature with Sarah and his daughter Desmia, whom he loved with all his heart.
Allen loved working with stone and made his profession as a stone mason. He was funny and quick-witted, loving and caring and well liked by everyone who met him. He will be greatly missed by all he encountered.
A memorial service was held at the Beam of Life Tabernacle in Bayou Sorrel, Louisiana on Friday, February 17, 2023 at 6:30pm.
A celebration of life will take place at Beaver Point Hall, February 24th from 3-6pm. Everyone is welcome.
In lieu of flowers, donation for his family are welcome.
We love you Allen, til we meet again my brother.
A cette famille nos plus sincères condoléances. Que tout l’amour dont vous avez besoin soit au rendez-vous. Soyez bien entourés de vos proches et amis. Affection à toi Sarah et ceux que tu aimes. Danielle et Jean-Louis.
For about 2o years we played together worked together and laughed out asses off at this world. “Crash,” as he was commonly known knew how to make an entrance and sucked all the oxygen outta the room one night and would be quiet as a mouse the next. We experienced road trips of epic proportions so much so we couldn’t speak a word to one another the entire way back. I’ll miss my dear friend and cherish the trips we enjoyed, but most of all his southern charm and his shit-eating grin. Wherever you may be my fair-skinned friend I hope we bump into each other again amongst the cosmos. My deepest condolences to his brother Mike, and partner and daughter. In a fair-sized group of friends we’ve lost an unbelievable number. Crash’s passing I think took a lot of his peeps by surprise. May you rest in peace my dear friend you were a pleasant chapter in all y’all’s life.