Hanover Student to Serve as Page

Delegate Christopher K. Peace (R-Mechanicsville) welcomes Trevor Coley to service as a Page in the Virginia House of Delegates. Trevor Coley, 13, is an 8th grader at Stonewall Jackson Middle School who enjoys math, computers, and politics in his free time. Trevor also enjoys country music and his grandmother’s pot roast. In school, Trevor enjoys Social Studies as his favorite subject, is in the Honor Roll at Stonewall Jackson Middle School, and also participates in Beta Club.

Trevor has high future aspirations, most notably his desire to attend Harvard University and work as a CPA or lawyer in real estate. Trevor also aspires to work on a political campaign. For inspiration, Trevor looks up to his mother and President Ronald Reagan.

As for being chosen to represent the 97th District, Trevor mentioned "I am really truly grateful for the opportunity to work as a Page. I am looking forward to learning as much as I can at the General Assembly."

"Trevor is a smart young man with a bright future," said Peace. "I want to give him every opportunity to have this once in a lifetime experience. With a few members who were once pages, I wouldn’t be surprised to see him in the legislature one day."