A student at Kenilworth Junior High, Trevor Smith loved wrestling and was “First in League” for Kenilworth JV wrestling.
A Petaluma resident, Trevor Smith died on June 15, 2012 on his way to a boating birthday party at Lake Mendocino. According to the California Highway Patrol, his host's truck ran out of gas on the freeway and while helping push the vehicle, Trevor fell between the pickup and the boat trailer as the vehicle gained momentum heading downhill. He was 13.
He is survived by his parents, Joe and Pam Caralli Smith; siblings, Dylan and Tyler; and grandparents, Bill and Nollie Smith and Isabelle Caralli. He was predeceased by his grandfather, Gino Caralli.
A special outdoor screening of the movie “Grease,” will be held as a memorial fundraiser for the Smith family on Monday, June 25. “Grease” was Smith's favorite film. The movie starts at 7 p.m. in Eagle Park, 550 Almanor St.
Those attending should bring blankets, chairs and homemade baked items to share. A frozen yogurt bar provided by Swirl Time, popcorn and other treats will be provided.
Friends are invited to a vigil service Tuesday, June 19 at 7 p.m. at St. James Catholic Church, 125 Sonoma Mountain Parkway. Friends are also invited to the funeral mass at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, June 27 at the church.
An account has been set up at Exchange Bank, account No. 1190027530, to establish a memorial scholarship fund in Trevor's memory.