ForeverMissed
Trevor Dedric Quinn



May 15, 1999 - April 10, 2020



Trevor Dedric Quinn at the age of 20 passed away on Friday April 10th, 2020. He was born in Freehold, NJ on May 15th 1999. Trevor was the beloved Son of John R. Quinn jr, and Jesse Desiree Quinn, beloved younger Brother of John Ryan Quinn.



Trevor was raised in Jackson New Jersey where he excelled in both his K-5 and Middle School achieving a nearly perfect GPA, and scoring well above the vast majority of his peers on the comprehensive NJASK multi-grade assessment test each year. Academic success always came easy to Trevor as all his teachers were always delighted to have him as a student due to his keen sense of humor and diligent work ethic. Growing up Trevor loved to be outside everyday playing all sports with his Father, Brother and neighborhood friends. Trevor excelled in little league baseball where he always managed to hold one of the highest batting averages in the league each year. Trevor had an incredible batters eye for his age group and always managed to walk more times than he struck out. Trevor also excelled in pop warner football as a Quarterback, and Linebacker. As a Quarterback he led his team to a winning record and the playoffs. As a Linebacker he once recorded 9 solo tackles in the first quarter of a game wanting to make many family members who traveled to see that game proud. Trevor was also an excellent hockey player, and a gifted bowler. Trevor once bowled a 277 game consisting of 11 strikes just one strike short of a perfect 300 Game. Although Trevor was always very competitive when he participated in both athletic competitions, and academic challenges he always remained humble about his achievements. Trevor’s friends always admired how Trevor would always go out of his way to help his fellow athletes and academic classmates learn new on-field skills, and academic concepts. Trevor was a kindhearted old soul wise many years beyond his age that truly went out of his way to make everyone around him happy even those that didn’t always appear to deserve his kindness. Many of Trevor’s friends would admit to taking extra joy and rubbing it in when they managed to beat him at something. His friends stated when this occurred they loved the fact that Trevor never held a grudge and that even if it seemed to bother Trevor he wouldn’t ask what was wrong with them he would just be hard on himself and revamp his game in order to win the next time. Trevor possessed a diverse magnetic personality, consisting, of a keen sense humor that made all others around him always want to be in his group. Trevor also loved Video Games, especially war, and sports video games. Whenever Trevor’s best friends Jake, Cory and others would come over to the house in NJ to play video games, or play sports with him Trevor always knew when to pull a funny prank or say something clever that would have everyone in tears and laughing at the same time. Trevor loved the Holidays, and always appreciated giving and receiving gifts. He loved the snow and all animals. He was especially fond of His two dogs Snowball, and Diesel. He would always play with his dogs for hours in the snow.

When BRAC dictated that Trevor’s Parents John and Jesse would need to move to Maryland to keep their jobs Trevor, and his brother John were not very happy about having to leave all their life-long friends behind in Jackson NJ that they both had such close bonds with. However Trevor’s magnetic personality awarded him with a new group of friends shortly after attending Middle and High School in Bel Air Maryland. Trevor did still keep in close contact with his Friends in NJ and would continue to visit with them whenever he went up or they came down and they would also play video games online together.

Trevor graduated Bel Air High School class of 2017. While attending he achieved straight A’s and Honors each year, and also excelled in all the AP courses he enrolled in. Trevor achieved a near perfect score on his SAT and was accepted on his first application to the James Clark School of Engineering while pursuing his degree in Aerospace Engineering at the University of Maryland College Park. The School of Engineering ranks #1 in highest GPA in the State of Maryland, and is the second most difficult school to get accepted to in the state of Maryland as the school requires a 4.11 GPA and the 75th percentile SAT score is 1520. Trevor excelled in Physics and Mathematics and was a member of the the Gemstone Program, and Virtus.Trevor also made the Dean’s List every semester at college. Trevor’s Mother Jesse prepared Trevor from the first time he took his first steps out of the play pen to be prepared for any academic challenges he may face. Trevor’s Father John who graduated Georgian Court University Summa Cum Laude first in his class Major with a 3.93 GPA sincerely believes his own son Trevor is the smartest person he has ever been fortunate enough to speak to in person. John and Jesse would always tell Trevor how proud they were of all his accomplishments that remain unrealistic for most others to achieve.

While attending College Trevor was also hired by the US ARMY C5ISR PRD Directorate. Albert T Visconti the Director of PRD, and Andre Armstrong Trevor’s supervisor both spoke very highly of Trevor. It was said that it began with Trevor’s interview that it was obvious that he was exceptionally bright and the organization was lucky to have him. Trevor would consult with Andre as a mentor concerning career options. Andre would engage in some interesting and intellectual conversations with Trevor and stated he could tell once Trevor graduated college that it would be unlikely that PRD would be lucky enough to have Trevor return to the office.

While accomplishing so much in High School and College Trevor still managed to make the time to get together with his Father John, Brother John, and many of his Jackson NJ, and Bel Air Maryland friends to watch NFL football, play flag football at the military base, and bowl. Trevor also found time to be very supportive to his girlfriend Julie personally making late night runs to bring her food and chocolate.

On Thursday April 9, 2020 the night before Trevor passed away, Trevor spoke with his Father John on the phone. His Father was checking up on him and wanted to make sure he was safe and had no symptoms due to COVID-19. Trevor said he was fine and was just preparing for an extremely difficult college exam he was scheduled to take on line the next morning. Trevor then immediately asked how his Father was, and how his Brother John was doing. This last conversation Trevor had with any member of his family was a true example of Trevor’s character as it illustrated his continued devotion to his studies and unselfish care for others.

The next morning Friday April 10, 2020 shortly after easily passing his college exam Trevor suddenly passed away. Trevor’s father stated he does not have the perfect sequence of words to express how tragic, and painful this must have been for Trevor, and how painful it will always be for our family. Trevor’s Father went on to say it is painful in the sense of how much we will always miss Trevor every morning when we wake up and he is not here with us on earth any longer, this pain he stated we must find the strength, and effort to deal with because he knows how unselfish Trevor is and that Trevor is most likely looking down on us and wants us to figure out a way to make our pain go away. Trevor’s older Brother John stated his Father John, and many of their family and friends have already agreed to give up on the NFL teams they have always rooted for in the past and have all agreed to become Detroit Lion’s fans in Trevor’s honor. Trevor was a huge Detroit Lion’s fan. Family and Friends believe by rooting for the Lions each week when they play football this will be a way to always remember the good times with Trevor and to also make him smile down on us.

Trevor would have turned 21 on 5/15/2020 and already achieved so much in less than 21 years on earth, but with his potential this was merely the tip of the iceberg for him. Trevor’s Father stated he just cannot even begin to imagine how much Trevor would have achieved, and how many more people he would have touched the lives if he were given more time on earth.

Even after we are all able to adjust to our new way of life loving, and laughing with Trevor everyday even though he is no longer physically with us we still will always feel great sorrow for the fact that Trevor worked so hard and diligently his whole life making many personal sacrifices to put school and work before play, and did not get his fair chance to reach his ultimate goal and receive the rewards he so truly deserved for all his dedication.

Trevor at the age of 20 did leave this earth much too early on April 10, 2020. However we all must thank Trevor and the Lord for the times we were privileged to spend with Trevor. Trevor has left behind many other people who have and always will love and admire him for his keen sense of humor, endless kindness, and unselfish manner to include. His Great Grandmother Yukiko Omura (June Lang), His Grand Parents Ramon, and Cora Howard, Grand Parents, Della Quinn, and Partner Edward Savage Sr, Grand Father John R. Quinn Sr, his Uncle Beau Howard and wife Eileen, Uncle Edward Savage jr., and wife Gertrudis), Uncles Robert Boyarski, and Gary Boyarski, his Aunts Liana Howard, and Donna Cahill, his Cousins Penelope, Thea Howard, Xander Howard, Josie Howard, Angie Cahill, Billy Cahill, Bobby Cahill, Kyle Boyarski, and Brian Boyarski. Girlfriend Julie Pitzer, Best Friends Jake Friedman, Cory Friedman, Kyle Jacobson, Pat Walther, Mike Dante, Michael Rubin, David Cavanagh, Matt Baureko, Andrew Ludevico, Dylan Ince, Jared Egerton, Jake Ciani, Jake Mackenzie, Solomon Watkins, Brandon Pamphile, Davan Suvahwon, Sean Smith, Nick Labella, Liam Bulewicki.


Please send any cards or condolences to the Quinn household: 501 Unit 1 Moores Mill Rd 
Bel Air Maryland, 21014



Posted by Jake M on May 25, 2020
Grew up in the same neighborhood as Trevor and he’d always be down for some outdoor sports. Loved playing with him because the kid always brought the competition and made the games way more fun. Rest easy brother
Posted by Nick LaBella on May 25, 2020
While I didn’t know Trevor as well as some of his closest friends, the times that I was with him in a group setting, he seemed like one of the easiest people to get along with. I was also in a fantasy football league with him and I would never wanna face him. He will truly be missed and is in our hearts
Posted by B Soho2 on May 24, 2020
Trevor was an incredible human being who left us too soon. His mother, Jesse was so devoted to him and did such a wonderful job in raising Trevor and shaping this incredible young man into the amazing person he became. Trevor loved his mother very much and they had a very close bond together. He meant the whole world to his mother and Trevor would always get so excited and happy whenever he had good news to share with her about school. Trevor was a dedicated student and close friend to so many. I will always remember the times we would go out to eat together with his mother in Bel Air and make each other laugh. Trevor loved hearing funny impersonations of other people and then he would do his own impersonations, which were hilarious. He definitely took after his mother with his great sense of humor. We will all love and miss Trevor and wish his mother peace and comfort during this difficult time. God Bless you Jesse. You are in my thoughts and prayers every day.
Posted by Jared Hendricks-Egerton on May 18, 2020
Heartbreaking to hear a childhood friend, and former neighbor has passed away. I'll never forget the nights we played manhunt together with everybody in the development. I pray for faimly and love ones through these tough times.
Posted by Robin Robinson on May 17, 2020
Praying for the family and wishing peace in the midst of sorrow. Comforting words in the midst of pain. I pray your strength in remembering with you the beautiful memories you’ve shared with the life of your precious son Trevor. I believe your angel Trevor received his crown as he transitioned to his new life. Blessed are they that mourn for they shall be comforted. – Matthew 5:4
May God continue to wrap his comforting arms around your family in the days ahead to protect and keep you close. You have my deepest condolences.
Posted by Meghan Hemhauser on May 17, 2020
Still can’t fathom the news of my elementary school crush & best bud passing away. Trevor thank you for being the funniest soul that always brightened anyone’s day and turned their moods around. From 3rd grade in Glucksnis’ class to 5th grade in McPolin and Rice, we shared so many laughs and memories that I’ll cherish forever! Thankful for the time I got to know you before you moved out of Jersey ❤️ Miss you Trev Rest In Peace
Posted by Metrelle Taylor on May 17, 2020
You have a wonderful son who has transitioned to glory too soon. He  is truly worthy of his wings. You and your family have my prayers and deepest sympathy. God bless!
Posted by Jared Garcia on May 16, 2020
I knew you my whole childhood Trevor. You were always so easy going, humorous, and caring. You were truly a completely genuine person. I’m sure you’re watching the people you care about from heaven and helping guide them on this journey of life.
Posted by Cory Friedman on May 15, 2020
Happy Birthday brother. The world was yours and you were nothing but prepared for it.
Posted by Sean Smith on May 15, 2020
Ever since hearing the news, I just can’t help but to think of the good times and memories made over the 7 years I had known Trevor. Whenever I’d come over, whether it’d just be me, him and John, or their New Jersey friends included, we’d normally be watching First Take, watching or playing sports or play video games. I also would always enjoy the flag football games at the military base during the NFL season, where me, Trevor, John and their dad would go and have a good time competing in a sport we all loved. The little things such as car rides and just sitting around and talking all were things I enjoyed and won’t forget. All good times that were always filled with great laughter. All of the times mentioned above were all great and fun memories I will never forget and will forever cherish. But one specific memory continues to stick in my brain, and it was one of the weeks we all went to the military base to play flag football. But this time, we didn’t have school the next day, so once we got done, we all went back to their dad’s house and watched the weekly Thursday Night Football game. I remember all of us sitting there and just having a good time, enjoying watching a sport we all loved and cracking jokes in the process, about both the game and life in general. After the game was over, we all went upstairs and played MLB The Show for a couple of hours and the clock read about 1:00 AM, so their dad figured it was late enough and he should take us all home. The first stop their dad made was at John and Trevor’s house, and when we got there, instead of them getting out, we all continued to talk. I remember multiple times John, Trevor and their dad were about to end the conversation, but they never did, we all just continued to talk. The conversations were either debating about different things in sports, or just laughing at anything. Then once their dad read the rap song he read, John and Trevor laughed and made fun of it. We eventually finished up and both John and Trevor left, their dad dropped me off. I got out of the car and clicked on my phone screen to see the clock read past 5:00 AM. I was shocked we spent 4+ hours in the car just talking, but enjoyed every second.

RIP and happy 21st birthday Trevor. Have fun up there today and everyday.
Posted by Theresa Corprew on May 15, 2020
Trevor... today is your 21st BIRTHDAY and you are spending it with JESUS and the angels in heaven. Your dad John is a dear friend to me.. my little brother from another mother. Over the years in CECOM G8 I watched you and your older brother playing sports at our organization days with your dad and our other sportsmen. You grew to be a smart and intelligent young man who would have made a remarkable impression on our society. Your dad John and Mom Jesse can be so very proud of YOU and your big brother. Continue to hold it down knowing that our final destination is HEAVEN and we all will meet again at God's appointed date and time.
Gone but not forgotten. Rest in peace dear son.
PSALM 29:11 He will give his people strength. He will bless them with peace.
Posted by Dylan Ince on May 15, 2020
Trevor, you were one of the funniest people I ever knew and I am glad to call you my friend. Im sad to see you go and ill miss you bud. Rest in peace
Posted by Angela Cahill on May 15, 2020
Happy Birthday little cousin. I'm not gonna understand why you were taken from this world so early. I wanna say thank you from the bottom of my heart to Trev's friends who put this site together. It really means a lot to the family. Until we meet again Trev. Rest In Peace. We all love you ❤
~Angie~
Posted by Eric Smith on May 15, 2020
I never had the opportunity to meet Trevor but I’m a friend and co-worker of his father. I know through the way John talks about both of his sons with love and pride, and the stories that I’ve heard, Trevor was a gifted student, athlete, and a unique and special person. My heart goes out to his family and friends in this time of sorrow.
Posted by Donna Cahill on May 15, 2020
Happy Birthday Trevor! We all love you. You will be dearly missed. Rest in Peace, in the arms of God.

Love You,

Aunt Donna
Posted by Michael Dante on May 14, 2020
I remember the good old days when we all played sports after school or when we stayed inside and played video games. All the good laughs we would have just being kids. Trevor was truly a special person and such a joy to be around. I won’t ever forget those times we had. Sun, rain , or snow we always found something to do together. I will always cherish those memories I have. Thank you for those amazing times Trevor you will be dearly missed. Rest easy
Posted by Liam Bolewicki on May 14, 2020
Trevor, I will never forget the moments of playing football and 2k on the Xbox a while back. Even though we weren’t the closest of friends, you were always a nice kid and held nothing personally. When your father John and brother Johnnie were all around, there were always funny moments to be had. I kinda wish I got to know you a bit more, and know what kind of bright future would have lied ahead. Truly sad to see you go. Life is never too short, fly high buddy ❤️
Posted by Jake Ciani on May 14, 2020
Grew up a couple doors down from trevor and although we only stayed in contact briefly over the years , i hold dear a ton of memories with trevor. From the weekend man hunt games in the summer to the pick up football games we played almost everyday. He was always a good friend and a joy to be around and with a sad heart i will cherish the memories i have with him. May he rest in peace.
Posted by Nancy Chaney on May 14, 2020
Even thou I only new you a short time I wanted to celebrate your Birthday and all the achievments you made durihg your time here. I wish I had been able to spend more time getting to know you as you were shown to be such a caring and gifted young man. You will be greatly missed by your family and friends and I hope you continue to watch over them as you did during your life here. Happy Birthday Trevor with much love. Rest in Peace.
Posted by Andrew Ludovico on May 14, 2020
I will never forget the amazing memories Trevor and I had all throughout elementary school. 3rd Grade Ms. Glucksnis class we became best friends and would constantly watch the NFL and play football in the neighborhood after school. We always had a tremendous amount of knowledge on sports and rooting for our NFL teams which I loved. Those times were the best and nothing will beat the great memories we made together, I will cherish them forever. Miss you so much. RIP❤️
Posted by Jen Chaney on May 14, 2020
This message is to my trevor i will miss the times we spent together at zoos virginia beach the roadhouse bowling skating ocean city and so many more. I always will remember going to mcdonalds together and drinking our dr peppers while playing the horror games no one else would play with me. You will be missed by so many cause you were such a wonderful kind smart person who always caught on to jokes and things i would see that others didnt. I will take care of your dad and hopefully you can watch over us from above and when i play my rpg and horror games i hope you can see them. Tomorrow you will be 21 happy birthday and we will always love you and think about you forever and ever.
Posted by Kevin Byrnes on May 14, 2020
I still can’t believe this is has happened and I’ve been thinking about all the good times from when we were kids in Crawford. I remember back when Pokémon Diamond and Pearl came out and Trevor was saying how Diamond was so much better than Pearl so we all got Diamond, and i had to get a Nintendo DS in order to get the game. Now i’m living in florida, all these years later, and I still have the same DS with the same Pokémon Diamond. Im gonna keep those forever because Trevor was probably the single handed reason why I convinced my mom at the time to buy it for me. I’m so glad we were able to stay in touch over the years on xbox and I’m sure gonna miss hearing your voice in the xbox party. Rest in peace buddy, see you again one day ❤️❤️❤️
Posted by Cory Friedman on May 14, 2020
Every day I wish things were different but I always remember that God only takes those that he needs. I Don't think a day passes when I'm not thinking about texting you and telling you to hop on xbox or join the party. I'm one of the few lucky people that have known you since you had crazy long hair just like mine. It's still wild to me that we'd stay up till 4 sometimes 5 in the morning playing xbox or just talking about dumb things when we were younger. I think about the times we'd stop playing football and walk back to your house and just talk about how we wanted more competition. You have left a lasting impression on me and I am more proud than happy to have been considered one of your best friends. I hate the fact that I can't visit you in your lavish house with your family when we would have both retired successfully. It pains me knowing I never got to thank you for the countless hours of laughter we shared but I believe that the feeling of humor was something highly shared between us. Your family was like my second family and it was an amazing feeling. A deep memory I have was when my brother and I came to your house during Christmas and you asked us if we had a tree like yours. Obviously, we didn't and then you had mentioned that we could celebrate Christmas with your family and Hanukkah with mine. I'm lucky that I got to see you one last time when I did because who knows when I would have seen you otherwise. As I said you were thought of as second family to me and I considered you my brother. Thank you for the lingo, the laughter, and I'll see you soon my friend. Keep whooping everybody in COD, Madden, and 2K. Rest In Paradise, and actually rest this time don't stay up till 5am like we did in the past. 
Posted by Michael Rubin on May 12, 2020
Trevor was without a doubt one of the most clever people you could meet. His sense of humor was something that stuck out to me immediately. I met Trevor from being friends with John and Trevor would play video games downstairs with us and we’d all laugh and have a good time. We began playing football with many kids in the neighborhood and it would soon become an every week activity. I would beg my mom to drive me over for all the games. Trevor was extremely athletic and kept up with all the kids that were bigger and older than him. Cory, Jake, John, Solomon, Mike, Jake, and a bunch of others were just a few names that would attend these games and we would have so much fun! Trevor was one of a kind and will be missed by everyone. We all love you Trevor and you will forever be in the hearts of everyone you had an impact on which are so many. Rest In Peace Trevor ❤️

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Posted by Jake M on May 25, 2020
Grew up in the same neighborhood as Trevor and he’d always be down for some outdoor sports. Loved playing with him because the kid always brought the competition and made the games way more fun. Rest easy brother
Posted by Nick LaBella on May 25, 2020
While I didn’t know Trevor as well as some of his closest friends, the times that I was with him in a group setting, he seemed like one of the easiest people to get along with. I was also in a fantasy football league with him and I would never wanna face him. He will truly be missed and is in our hearts
Posted by B Soho2 on May 24, 2020
Trevor was an incredible human being who left us too soon. His mother, Jesse was so devoted to him and did such a wonderful job in raising Trevor and shaping this incredible young man into the amazing person he became. Trevor loved his mother very much and they had a very close bond together. He meant the whole world to his mother and Trevor would always get so excited and happy whenever he had good news to share with her about school. Trevor was a dedicated student and close friend to so many. I will always remember the times we would go out to eat together with his mother in Bel Air and make each other laugh. Trevor loved hearing funny impersonations of other people and then he would do his own impersonations, which were hilarious. He definitely took after his mother with his great sense of humor. We will all love and miss Trevor and wish his mother peace and comfort during this difficult time. God Bless you Jesse. You are in my thoughts and prayers every day.
his Life

Born

May 15th 1999

Trevor's First Football

At less than a year old, Trevor already knew how to hold a ball with two hands.

Trevor Learning to Hit a baseball in the batting cages

Trevor's first day facing live pitching.
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Shared by Sean Smith on May 15, 2020
Ever since hearing the news, I just can’t help but to think of the good times and memories made over the 7 years I had known Trevor. Whenever I’d come over, whether it’d just be me, him and John, or their New Jersey friends included, we’d normally be watching First Take, watching or playing sports or play video games. I also would always enjoy the flag football games at the military base during the NFL season, where me, Trevor, John and their dad would go and have a good time competing in a sport we all loved. The little things such as car rides and just sitting around and talking all were things I enjoyed and won’t forget. All good times that were always filled with great laughter. All of the times mentioned above were all great and fun memories I will never forget and will forever cherish. But one specific memory continues to stick in my brain, and it was one of the weeks we all went to the military base to play flag football. But this time, we didn’t have school the next day, so once we got done, we all went back to their dad’s house and watched the weekly Thursday Night Football game. I remember all of us sitting there and just having a good time, enjoying watching a sport we all loved and cracking jokes in the process, about both the game and life in general. After the game was over, we all went upstairs and played MLB The Show for a couple of hours and the clock read about 1:00 AM, so their dad figured it was late enough and he should take us all home. The first stop their dad made was at John and Trevor’s house, and when we got there, instead of them getting out, we all continued to talk. I remember multiple times John, Trevor and their dad were about to end the conversation, but they never did, we all just continued to talk. The conversations were either debating about different things in sports, or just laughing at anything. Then once their dad read the rap song he read, John and Trevor laughed and made fun of it. We eventually finished up and both John and Trevor left, their dad dropped me off. I got out of the car and clicked on my phone screen to see the clock read past 5:00 AM. I was shocked we spent 4+ hours in the car just talking, but enjoyed every second.


RIP and Happy 21st birthday, Trevor.

Shared by Matthew Baureko on May 14, 2020
Trevor was always and I mean always a good friend. Never had a problem with him for the time I’ve known him. I can still remember when the Wawa across from cooks bridge wasn’t built yet and it was just a flat field, we played football there countless times with at least 10+ people every time. We use to all get into an Xbox party chat and just play call of duty for hours. He always stood out not just for how good he was at the game, but just making everyone laugh until their stomach hurt. It sucks he won’t be there in the parties with us talking, it will always feel like a person is missing. Trevor thank you for all of the great memories and endless laughs.

Happy 21st birthday Trevor Rest In Peace. I’ll see you again one day bro ❤️

Shared by Jake Friedman on May 12, 2020
There are so many memories that come to mind when I think of Trevor. One of the funniest memories I can think of is when he lost his boot in the snow while playing football. It was a cold snowy day when my brother and I went with Trevor, John, and John Sr to play football in a big open field. Midway though the game Trevor lost his boot in the snow and we all went looking for about 40 minutes trying to find the boot, but there was no luck. I ended up giving my boot to Trevor while they continued looking, I started to complain because my foot was freezing. Not to long after the boot was found there dad took me over his shoulder and ran me home so I could warm up.

I will always cherish all the times I was able to come to Maryland during high school to hang out with Trevor  and his family.  Trevor and john’s parents John Sr and Jesse always took care of me. There was never a dull moment when hanging with John Sr, because we were either playing PlayStation, Playing pick up basketball, or playing Football as a group. Jesse always welcomed me into there home and made sure I was always happy during my stay in Maryland.  

Most importantly I will never forget his love for his family and friends. He was on track to graduate UMD with a degree in Aerospace Engineering. He was taken way to soon from us but I know he is watching over his family and friends. 

Rest in Peace Trevor