Let the memory of Adam be with us forever
  • 19 years old
  • Born on March 9, 1996 .
  • Passed away on August 13, 2015 .

     Adam Trevino-Coor was born March 9, 1996 in Carlsbad, NM to T.J. Trevino and Tami Coor. During his school years, he was a high achiever academically. Adam received the academic presidential award several times and was a member of the National Honor Society which led to him being awarded an academic scholarship at ENMU after graduation in 2014. Adam played Shorthorn Little League, Little Cavemen Football and Cavemen Football. He was involved at Cheryl's School of Dance for 3 years, ran track and threw the discus and was a Little Cavemen wrestler several years. He loved watching funny movies, hunting, riding four-wheelers, video games, teasing his brother and sister, but most of all hanging out with all his family and friends. Adam will always be remembered for his beautiful smile and big heart. He was preceded in death by his grandfather, T.J. Trevino, Sr. and great-grandfather, Paul Coor.
Survivors are his mother, Tami Alexander and husband, Jason of Carlsbad, NM; father, T.J. Trevino and wife, Brooke of San Diego, California; brother, Kayden Alexander; sisters: Kylee Alexander and Ali Taylor; maternal grandparents, Alan and Debra Coor of Carlsbad, NM; paternal grandmother, Josie Trevino of Carlsbad, NM; grandparents: Bill and Helen Alexander of Carlsbad, NM; maternal great-grandmother, Ora Lee Coor of Carlsbad, NM; paternal great-grandmother, Christina Estrada of Carlsbad, NM; aunts and uncles: Kasi and Wes Ryan, Carolyn and Michael Jurca, JoAnn Trevino, Kay and Albert Ramirez, Susan and Jerry Rookstool, Dewetta and Mark Brooks and numerous cousins and extended family.
Pallbearers will be Kyle McInroy, Rodney Holcomb, Isaiah Tsougas, Jacob Vargas, Kain Fierro, Nick Estrada, Keelan Childress, Jared Montañez and Houston Cartwright. Honorary pallbearers are Kayden Alexander, Kylee Alexander, Shawn Judah, Shawni Judah, Joel Barrett, Garrett Christiansen, Desi Yanez, George Munoz, Isaiah Castaneda, Aaron Kirkes, Drake Albarez, Kris King and Justin Johnson.

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