Trevor John Ernst

Much loved, Trevor John Ernst, 50, of Brantford Ontario, who lived most of his life in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia passed away April 14 2022, at The Branford Hospital. Born September 30, 1971 in Halifax, Nova Scotia he was the son of the late John Richard Ernst, Maders Cove, Nova Scotia. Trevor is survived and loved by his twin Brother, Todd Joel Ernst (Lee Ann Boland,) his Mother, Mae Fredericks and husband Jonathan Moors Sr. He is also survived and loved by his nephews Easton, Brighton, Kelton and Niece Molly, and their Mother Carrie Tobin, as well as many other close relatives in the Fredericks families, the Langille families, the Moors families, the Tobin families and the Ernsts families and many co-workers and friends.

Trevor was a happy child and had a big loving heart.  He loved to do sticker collections, ride bicycles, ride 2-wheeler motor bikes, swim like a fish, canoe, and did well in school.  Later he took up driving, diving, playing games, cards and working in a number of places. He took Gourmet Cooking schooling and also trained in Computer building and building websites. He enjoyed playing video games. He loved Atlantic Lobsters. He worked at MacDonalds first, then a bakery and restaurants, until he landed a job at the Federal Government in a couple of departments for 12 years. He took various courses with the government.  He bought a sweet condo, which he sold when he moved to Brantford, Ontario with his brother, nephews, niece, and friends. He couldn’t get a job in the government so he finally enjoyed working at Marco’s in Brantford. Trevor excelled at his work places and all his employers told me or gave Trevor glowing references and they would hire him back.

Trevor said his main goal in life was to help others which he did in his way. He moved to Ontario to assist his family and he took care of and loved many cats during his life. He loved to travel and went to many warm places in the south. When Trevor was younger he was ruled by his heart and emotions but in the last 4 to 5 years he did not socialize much and succumbed to various addictions and illnesses.  His lungs would not win the battle.

The family would like to thank the Brantford Hospital nurses and doctors for trying so hard to save Trevor. However, Trevor was suffering and the angels knew it was time for him to join them and his family and friends that passed before him.

There will be a small gathering for a celebration of life Wednesday April 27, 2022 held between 2 to 4pm at 620 Governors Road E, Paris Ontario.  There may be something in Nova Scotia at a later date of which you will be advised.

6 replies
  1. Cathy Robichaud
    Cathy Robichaud says:

    Todd and family, Sending condolences and love to you and your family. Trevor was a kind, wonderful person. I had the pleasure of working with Trevor many years ago. I was sad to learn this news.

  2. Janis Greene
    Janis Greene says:

    Dear Mae,

    I am very sorry to hear of Trevor’s passing. Such a difficult time for you and all your family. Please take the time needed to heal and care for yourself.

    God Bless ! Janis Greene

  3. Kathy Banfield
    Kathy Banfield says:

    Oh Mae, I am so sorry for your loss. I know by the way you spoke of your son that he was the love of your life. I hope your many memories give you solace at this difficult time. My thoughts are with you.

  4. Lisa Peck
    Lisa Peck says:

    Dear Mae and family, my sincere condolences for the loss of Trevor. The obituary really detailed what a lovely person he was. Sending you hugs during this very difficult time xo

    Lisa Peck


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