Trevor Houston Death, Obituary – The news of the untimely death of Trevor Houston, a close friend of ours and a long-time member of Tabletopnorth, reached us last night, and we were shocked and saddened by the news. His death occurred after he had fought cancer for a relatively short time. It is with a heavy heart that we have to tell you the news regarding this latest turn of events, but we are obligated to do so. They both took an active part in the weekly role-playing games that we held on Wednesday nights and which they were responsible for running out of their home in Ballyclare. We held these games at their house because they were in charge of running them.
Pauline, Trevor’s wife and his best friend, was the one who first introduced Trevor to the worlds of Star Wars and Harry Potter, two of Pauline’s favorite franchises. Pauline is a huge fan of both of these series. Pauline is the only person to have survived the aftermath of the tragedy after Trevor passed away; everyone else was killed. Pauline is the only survivor. We were unable to resist participating in more of Trevor’s ongoing role-playing game campaign based on Star Wars because it brought us so much happiness and laughter. During these trying times, Pauline is on our minds, and we want her to know that we are sending her our best wishes and that we are thinking about her.
We want her to know that we are sending her our best wishes and that we are thinking about her. Trevor’s enthusiasm for all forms of gaming, including role-playing games, tabletop miniature games, and board games, led him to Tabletopnorth, where he met a lot of wonderful people and had a lot of fun playing games for a long time. Tabletopnorth is a gaming convention that takes place in the northern part of the United States. The event known as “Tabletopnorth” is a gaming conference that is held in the northern region of the United States. A gaming convention known as “Tabletopnorth” takes place annually in the northern part of the United States of America.
During the early phases of the club’s development, Trevor served as an invaluable asset to the TTN committee and made significant contributions to the expansion of our website. Additionally, he was a key contributor to the development of our podcast. During the same span of years, he made a sizeable contribution as well. He was a devoted follower of the TTN Big Games events and was a regular participant in board game days. Along with TTN, Trevor was a huge supporter of the local gaming communities and stores, including the Koffeeklub in Whitehead, Arkham in Gleno, and Black Knight in Larne. These were just a few of the many. Additionally, he backed TTN. In addition to that, he supported TTN.