Trevor Williams joined the Sisters Athletic Club team about a year ago. He has helped many people by teaching Masters Swim, which focuses on form and function of strokes. He also teaches private swim lessons as well as coaches many students that are involved in the swim club (levels 2 and 3).
Trevor grew up in Irvine, CA and Battleground, WA. He currently resides in Sisters with his two beautiful children Ezra (8) and Zimri (6). Because of his two little kids, he strives to be the best Dad that he can. His greatest joy is knowing that his kids believe in him, and thinks he is the #1 Dad of all. Trevor attended Clark County Community College where he got his AA. He is currently in his 8th period apprenticeship for plumbing, in hopes to becoming a journeyman soon.
Years ago, Trevor’s leg was crushed by a forklift. He had nine surgeries to help heal it. He was in a wheel chair for 3 months and had a therapist suggest that he should be a coach…and that’s exactly what he did. With the help of his kids inspiring him to get better and the inspiration of his therapist, Trevor currently coaches U6 and U10 soccer teams, U16 girl’s volleyball and is the club coach for swimming at Sisters Athletic Club.
Trevor’s love for swimming has inspired him to achieve a new goal; to become a instructor trainer in CPR, AED, First Aid, Lifeguard training and Water Safety through the American Red Cross. We wish you well in this endeavor.
Finally, when Trevor isn’t at SAC, and not coaching, he is working at many of his other jobs. He also might be playing adult club volleyball and/or soccer.