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Trevor Southey, renowned artist and social icon, died Tuesday, October 20 at age 75. He was diagnosed with prostate cancer and Parkinson's disease.
Southey is survived by his ex-wife, Elaine Fish Walton; their four children, Mary Anna Southey, Kevin Southey, Sarah Southey and Susannah Cornaby; and six grandchildren.
A memorial service is scheduled for Sunday, November 8, at 3 p.m., in the Dumke Auditorium of the Utah Museum of Fine Arts, 410 Campus Center Drive, University of Utah, Salt Lake City.

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Published in The Salt Lake Tribune on Oct. 27, 2015.
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October 21, 2019
Your talented artwork keeps your life alive in Spirit, both of which continue to bring Joy to mind and memory. Jan Tyler
Jan Tyler
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November 20, 2017
I knew this man was very special just from conversations I had with him and his family back in 2006 as we were remodeling his kitchen! Hi was sooo appreciative, expressing his gratitude often for the work on his kitchen! He was a memorable client! I'm sad to have only now discovered his passing while updating my client reference list and his previous ph# was no more! Working in his home was an enjoyable experience and I could tell that we were in the company of a unique & passionate artist, tho only now to this great extent! I know he is sorely missed and fondly remembered! "Sarah" (Trevor's daughter living with him at that time 11 yrs ago) tho we were only acquainted via the remodel project, pls accept this delayed though heartfelt sympathy for the loss of your father. Much Light, Paul Lashley, Cotati, CA 94931 Cell: 510-910-1028
Paul Lashley
February 27, 2016
I am grateful that I had the privilege of having Trevor Southey for my professor in an honors program art class at BYU in about 1977. It was an amazing experience. He was so humble and so sensitive, yet patient and tolerant of students lacking his obvious artistic gifts. (I passed his class.) I will long remember him fondly.
David Bogardus
December 11, 2015
Trevor and his work were an inspiration to me. I met Trevor at an art gallery in the Sugarhouse area of Salt Lake City around 1980. I purchased three of his oil paintings. I remember Trevor as a kind, intelligent, open and honest individual. He strived for excellence and created art with that classic renaissance feel.
John Boud
October 28, 2015
Trevor's beautiful art pieces will always be in my home, and his beautiful soul will always have a home in my heart.
Carol Lynn Pearson
October 26, 2015
It has been an honor to watch Trevor's life and talents unfold so elegantly --- from a place of enlarging love, larger vision, and an invitation to soar to wonderful heights. Soar free you beautiful Soul. Thank you for the treasure of you and your Gifts so generously shared!
Jan Tyler
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