Obituary of Trevino S. Andrews
Trevino S Andrews of 373 Avis Street passed away at home on Tuesday, June 21, 2022. He was born on May 17, 1973 in Newberry South Carolina to Rawliegh and Skavon Andrews. Trevino was baptized at an early age and attended services at The Rochester Baptist Church. Trevino was spiritual person and knew that Jesus Christ was the head of his life.
Trevino graduated from Brockport High School in '1991. He also attended Monroe Community College. He had a deep passion for drawing and painting.He preferred to be called Tay by his closest friends. He was a huge fan of NY Giants since childhood. His favorite color was purple and his favorite music artist was Prince. He painted a portrait of Prince with his face on the painting. He was offered a job at the mall to paint tee shirts and jeans but refused the job because he did not thing it was longevity. He favorite car was a GTO which he owns and has stored away in the garage. His favorite past time to do was fishing and being near the water.
Trevino is married to Nicole Andrews. Trevino and Nicole met in the Summer of 2000 and were married on 9/13/2007. Through this union came their youngest child Marcellus. Trevino also has two older children, his eldest son Tauron Douglas of Youngstown Ohio and daughter AnnaStesia of Atlanta Georgia. Trevino was a loving and devoted husband and father who always put his family first. Trevino served in the US Army for six years and fought in the Afghanistan and Iraq war. Trevino has one brother Avery/Alysha Atlanta Georgia. Mother-in-law, Father-in-law MaryLee(Keith) Degroat. One sister-in-law Heaven Hastings, brother-in-law Jash Hastings. Trevino is predeceased by his sister Melvina Victoria Bussey. Grandparents Wrinne and Phoebie Andrews, John and Janie Ryan. A Host of Aunts, Uncles, cousins and friends.
The Andrews family of Trevino would like everyone for their thoughtfulness. And kindness during their time of bereavement. Thank you for your love And support. We will forever be grateful.
Reflections from his Children:
Our dad was one of the most loving father any child could ask for. He was someone we always confided in no matter what the situation was. Seeing him smile after telling him our accomplishments was one of the best feelings ever. He was so proud to call us his kids just like we're proud to call him our Dad. He gave us some of the best memories we could ask for and will forever grateful for the beautiful life he gave us. No amount of love will ever compare to his and we forever grateful to have had him in our lives.
Visitation will be held 11:30 - 12:00 PM Monday June 27 at Farrell-Ryan Funeral Home, 777 Long Pond Road.
Going Home Service 12:00 PM at Farrell-Ryan Funeral Home, 777 Long Pond Road.