brian  trevena

Brian K. Trevena of Weirton passed away after a prolonged battle with Huntington’s Disease on Wednesday, December 14, 2022. He was 60 years old.

He was born in Greensburg, PA., on May 2, 1962. A son of John Trevena and Marian Link Sigler.

Brian was employed for over twenty-five years with General Fabricating Service and was a member of the 1981 graduating class of Burgettstown High School. He had several interests, most of which were enjoying the outdoors, hiking locally at Raccoon and Tomlinson Run State Parks, riding his dirt bike, and practicing his martial arts.

Brian held a special close bond with his maternal grandparents Russell and Mary Link, having fond memories of their farm in Eldersville. He often took his children to visit with them while they were growing up, too. Brian also enjoyed spending time down at “Devils Den” where he took his kids fishing and taught them how to skip stones in the creek.

In addition to his parents, Brian was preceded in death by his sister, Roxanne Trevena.

Left to remember him with love are his son Ryan Trevena of Burgettstown, daughter Ashley (Doug) Stone of Midway, PA., brother Todd (Shannon) Sigler and their daughters Savannah and Samantha, sisters Kimberly Puskarich, Jennifer (Kenneth) Rizzo, Janice (Thomas) McGee, grandchildren Katie and Avery Stone.

Friends are invited to share with Brian’s family, the Celebration of his Life on Friday, December 30, 2022, from 4-6 PM at the Greco-Hertnick Funeral Home, 3219 Main Street, Weirton, where a Memorial Service will be conducted at 6 PM.

Pastor James Rhodes will officiate.

Inurnment will be in Riverview Cemetery at the convenience of his family.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Brian’s memory to the Huntington’s Disease Foundation at HDSA.org

 

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  1. Candle Selection 3I hope peace can find your family during this time of loss. Only met him a few times but was always nice to me. If you need anything if I am able I am here.

  2. So very sorry for the family’s loss. I am brother Todd’s aunt by marriage, have heard good things about Brian. In sympathy, Nancy Campbell


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