Trevor Edward Field

Trevor Edward Field

14.08.1949 - 24.01.2020

Trevor passed away peacefully on 24th January 2020 aged 70 years.  He will be very sadly missed by his much loved family. Rest in peace.

Kristian Dawson


Trev you were an absolute gent in every respect. I saw you on many occasions and you were always very chipper, seldom down and out and out nice guy. I always enjoyed making you laugh with my impressions of a certain Aldo Macari who we both knew. Even when you were ill you refused to be down beat. You will be sorely missed by all. See you on the other side. RIP Trev.

Natalie Sexton


Trevor was my uncle through marriage . He was a lovely calm friendly man who had a happy marriage to Lynn. he will be missed x

Susan Guppy


We go back a long way, way back lol. Parties at my sister Marion Misselbrooks house, working with Lynne but our love of football bought us together for many many years, always in the same spot every home game in the Wednesday Stand, we always had a chat, his love of life, family and football always made me smile will miss him when we get back to our beloved ground after lock down Rest in Eternal Peace my friend

Alan Shawyer


Trevor Field was one of the nicest, most genuine people you could ever meet. South Bersted Church was packed for his funeral, which showed how popular he was. Many years ago I played in the same football team as Trevor, namely Bilsham. Trevor was a real team man who never sought glory for himself. In the summer Trev and lovely Lin joined us in Den's Mob, a team that played in stoolball tournaments most weekends. We weren't great but we had a load of fun. One of my happiest memories was a tournament at Rogate (I think) where Trevor was fielding on the boundary. The batsmen belted the ball towards Trevor who kept his eye on the ball in textbook fashion. He dived through the air and disappeared over the hedge near the boundary. He re-appeared seconds later with the ball triumphantly grasped in his right hand. A priceless memory. I knew Trevor had been battling illness for the last couple of years, and the last time I spoke to him, he was very optimistic about the future. A truly lovely man. It was typical that Lin came down the Lane to thank everyone. A more decent couple you would be very hard pressed to find. RIP Trevor.

Marion Misselbrook


An amazing person. A true gentleman. We shared so many memories with our children growing up together in David's Close. Fishing all night while we all chilled at home. An honour and privilege to of known Trev and Lyn Danny and Kelly xxx

Madeline Sexton


Gentleman Trev with the shy smile. This is how I will always remember 'Trevor'. I have very fond memories of Trev going back to when I first joined the Sexton family. He and Lynn (his then girlfriend). Trev adored Lynn, his adoration of her shone through. You were a good and decent man Trev and are sorel missed. It was a pleasure to have known you. ❤

Christy Stevens


Trev was a lovely man from what I knew of him he was kind and funny always took the time to speak to me when I was visiting I'm so dearly sorry for the family I would imagine it has left a huge hole in your lives maybe in time it will heal always there never forgotten xx

Ian Nicholls and all at HAWCO


Trev worked with us at HAWCO for several years. Although he left in December 2015 we have many fond memories of his time with us. We only just found out he passed away and everyone that knew him would like to send their condolences to the family. All the comments I have had from those that worked with him say he was a true gentleman and a gentle man. He was particularly good at helping new members of the team settle in and feel welcome. Whether at work or on the golf course Trev was always calm, considerate and puting others before himself.

norma and brian drewxx


Trevor will always be remembered for his cheeky smile and youthful appearance.
His love for all his family and friends who he will be sadly missed, but never forgotten RIP Trev and keep the refrigeration going xx

Barbara Field


Trevor was loved by all who knew him and will be sadly missed. God bless, Trev. From Barbara, Tracy, Mandy and Sarah.

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