Efram Daniel Trevino

19660716 –

 20190317

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Efram Daniel Trevino was born on July 16, 1966, to Eberardo and Rosita Trevino in Lubbock, Texas. He graduated from Lubbock Cooper High School where he had the honor of serving as Captain of the Cooper Pirates High School Football team.  The day after graduation he went on to proudly serve in the Air Force and was stationed in Torrejon. Spain where he established MASH hospital units and in addition to translating for medical personnel and officers.  When he returned home, he attended Texas Tech University and majored in marketing and economics before moving to Dallas as a marketing consultant.

Survivors include his mother, Rosita Trevino, children, Alejandro, Andres, Mercedes and Ricardo and grandchildren Asias, X’Zaiden,  Elijah, Ethan, Royal and Crissa; siblings, Geneva and husband, Moses; Diana and husband, Manuel, Nancy, Mario , and Edward.  Pall bearers are Orlando Trevino, Omar Ornelas, Abraham Trevino, Ian Childs, Mac Lopez and Moses Trevino.

He was preceded in death by his father, Eberardo Trevino; daughter, Crystal Reyes; and sister, Sylvia Trevino.

The family of Efram Daniel Trevino would appreciate contributions to be given to Cooper Booster Athletics in his memory.

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10 thoughts on “Efram Daniel Trevino”

  1. Efram was a great friend and classmate. We attended school from grade school til graduation in ‘84. Rest In Peace sweet friend.
    Sonia Ramon Herrera

  2. Rosita lamento mucho tu pérdida. Que las palabras de nuestro amoroso Padre celestial les traiga consuelo y fortaleza durante este tiempo tan difícil. Nuestro creador promete regresar a nuestros seres queridos a la vida en un mundo perfecto donde no habrá más sufrimiento o muerte (Juan 5:28-29 & Apocalipsis 21:4)

  3. You finally got your wings Efram, it was such an honor and blessing to know you, and the Trevino Clan, you were one of a kind, the real deal, Thank you for the Love you brought to the world, you were a strong tower! You Went Hard, in everything you did, you even Loved Hard, But, we we’re better for it. You had a good heart, you had passion for Enterprise, freedom, family, and wanted a better life for your kids, and family, you taught us that Quitters Never Win, and Winners Never Quit! Farewell Sweet Prince, and Goodnight. Peace
    “Thunder only happens when it’s Raining… M.

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