Slain Ex’pression student remembered as insightful, nature-loving
20-year-old Emeryville resident and Ex’pression student Trevor Holminski, who was mysteriously killed last weekend in Plumas County, was remembered by his parents in a Contra Costa Times article posted this week. Allyson Holminski described Trevor as a kind and insightful young man, who loved nature. “He loved life, he was so excited about the future … I will miss him forever, and probably beyond that.”
A short documentary titled “A Blue Crow” featuring Holminski’s account of how he came of age on a 98-day therapeutic wilderness retreat for troubled youths can be watched in the feature area of this post. The Antioch native was reportedly in the process of enlisting in the U.S. Marine Corps at the time of his death.
Slain East Bay man found in Plumas County remembered as insightful, nature-loving
By Nate Gartrell
ANTIOCH — Five days after a 20-year-old East Bay resident was killed in a mysterious and bizarre incident in Plumas County, his family is still struggling to cope with the news of his death.
Trevor Holminski, of Emeryville, is remembered as a kind and insightful young man, who loved nature and had studied sound engineering at Ex’pression College in Emeryville. An Antioch native, Holminski was the grandson of longtime Antioch Unified School District board member Joyce Seelinger, and was in the process of enlisting in the U.S. Marine Corps at the time of his death.
“My son was amazing. He was so kind, so nonjudgmental, and so welcoming,” Trevor’s mother, Allyson Holminski, said, her voice wavering. “He loved life, he was so excited about the future … I will miss him forever, and probably beyond that.”
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