Trevor Dedric Quinn

May 15, 1999April 10, 2020
Obituary of Trevor Dedric Quinn
Trevor Dedric Quinn, passed away on Friday April, 10th, 2020. He was born in Freehold, NJ on May 15th, 1999. He was the beloved son of Jesse Desiree Quinn and beloved stepson of Douglas Nichols, beloved brother of John Ryan Quinn; beloved son of John Quinn Jr. Trevor graduated from Bel Air High School’s class of 2017, with Honors. He was an amazing student in A.P. classes. After graduation, he enrolled at the University of MD College Park to begin pursuing his degree in Aerospace Engineering. He was immediately accepted into the James A. Clark School of Engineering. He was in the Honors College, Gemstone Program and Virtus. Academics were extremely important to him, and he excelled in Physics and Mathematics. He was finishing up his junior year, and on the Dean’s List every semester. He would call home with excitement to tell his Mom about school. He always studied so hard and was so proud to be a future Aerospace Engineer. She is very proud of him and told him so every time. He was a gentle kind hearted spirt who loved all creatures of this world. He worried about everyone else and wanted to make sure they were all taken care of. He asked for little and all he ever wanted was to make everyone proud of him. He cherished spending time with his friends, family and with so many pets. He was an old soul in a young body, very thoughtful and introspective. He was funny and wise, and witty. He loved all the old holiday traditions we instilled in him, and would notice all the little things that are now so important to us. He is also survived by his Great Grandmother Yukiko Omura (June Lang), his Grandparents Ramon and Cora Howard in Leander, TX, his Uncle Beau Howard, his wife Eileen and three children Thea, Xander and Josie, in New Jersey, his Aunt Liana Howard, Justin and their daughter Penelope, NJ. And his paternal grandparents Della Quinn and Edward Savage, NJ. We love you Trevor. We are all so proud of you. We could not be more proud of you. You will always be in our hearts, our thoughts and our prayers. Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic services and interment will be private. Flowers would be appreciated may be sent to the Funeral Home by Wednesday. Send any cards or condolences to: Quinn Nichols Family Home 630 Camelot Drive, Bel Air, MD 21015 Online tributes may be left at

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