Trevon’s Story

Site created on January 30, 2020

For those of you who may not know. In 2013, Trevon was injured in a hit run collision in Seattle. From the moment Trevon was found he fought to stay alive even through his 105+ day coma. From the minute Bubba woke up, he was eager to begin the things that were just simply on hiatus. Many thought that we would not make it out with same Brother, Nephew, Father and Son- but if you ask me we got blessed with a better one than we ever could’ve dreamt.

From the time of the accident, Bubba had been to more than 3 Seattle metro area Trauma Centers and Hospitals. Harborview, Swedish and finally to the world renowned Seattle Childrens Hospital who serve children and adolescents at a staggering number of *444,000 patients annually from all across the globe.

In October 2019 (when the time was conspicuously clear). Our awesome staff helped Bubba move into a long term Adult Care Facility in which he says he is loving! We are so incredibly thankful to the hundreds of dedicated personnel in every department imaginable for giving Bubba a second chance at life.

*according to SCH’s 2018 Fiscal Records

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Newest Update

Journal entry by Shymaar Crease

Trevons New Home:

There is no time limit to visit Bubba, call his sister first for groups of 3 or more as they need a special waiver for that, her contact  is below⬇️

Shymaar Dibbasey (crease)

When you come to visit please have a badge or some sort of identification. They may ask you your affiliation it if you call sister first she will screen you in ahead of time. 

You are allowed to stay as long as Bubba wants to have you!

Alliance Adult Family Home 
18531 61st Pl NE
Kenmore, Wa

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