Trevor worked for a few years at the Willow Tree silo, when it was just west of the pub, right beside the railway line. Wheat was delivered in bags, and then tipped out of the bags and using a belt drive bucket conveyor,
the bulk grain was delivered into a bulkhead inside a shed. He also worked for Regie Sevil, carting logs for the sawmill that was also beside the railway line in Willow Tree. They got pine logs from 'Windy Station', and stringybark from Temi'.
Trevor than started work at the Great Northern garage in Willow Tree, for Owen Thomas, until Owen died in 1985. He then worked for a short time for the Sandersons, who then took over the business. Trevor worked there for 32
years in total. Trevor also drove the school bus run for the Howards for 13 years until 2005, when Trevor retired at the age of 75.
Trevor's wife Celia died on the 8th October, 2007, and Trevor says he now
only takes orders from his dog. Trevor has a son Richard.