Treynor Raymond Cosby

July 16, 1968November 17, 2021

Beloved son, brother and uncle, Treynor ‘Trey, TR, T-Dog’ Raymond Cosby, entered fully into the presence of his Lord and Savior on November 17, 2021. Born July 16, 1968, in Atlanta, GA, we’ve had 53 years of his love, laughter and zest for striving to be the best. Trey loved large - his family, friends, the beach, work - and especially the Florida State Seminoles and all sports teams from The A.T.L. His excitement in the Braves World Series win could be felt by all this fall!

Trey lived life in Atlanta, Panama City Beach and Dothan. He was an entrepreneur that moved around as he was lead by the Lord and his relationships with friends and family. If you were fortunate enough to be on Trey’s friend list, you felt his love with great energy and enthusiasm. And, to be real, everyone started at the top of his friend list. He had a special gift of wanting to love everyone he crossed paths with.

Trey was welcomed in his heavenly home by both his Dads - Harry L Broome Sr and Ray Cosby Jr - whom he cherished, his sister Mary Elizabeth Broome, his cousin John Byrd and many friends he thought of as brothers. He leaves his mother, Sandra ‘Sandy’ Whitfield Broome, sister Shawn, married to Paul Castino and brother Harry, married to Karen Broome.

The most treasured role Trey had in life was that of Uncle, and his nieces and nephews - Jake, Abby, Michael Castino; Payson, Evan, Anna Broome - will feel the hole his passing leaves.

All the dreams of life he had will carry on through this family, aunts, uncles and cousins he loved dearly, and the friends he most definitely had an impact on.

A celebration of Trey’s life will be forthcoming in early 2022. In the meantime, we invite you to watch an FSU football game (or your favorite team) and cheer loud and proud, in his honor. He would love that and we are sure would join you in a whoop whoop!


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Treynor Raymond Cosby

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Angela Brackett

November 28, 2021

Trey was a person who would never turn his back on anyone. If someone needed a place to stay there was always a bed at Trey's he would gladly share with anyone who needed it. Trey was loving, kind and gentle in his ways. Whenever I needed trey he was always there for me. I will always have very fond memories of Trey and his giving heart. He would open his home to whomever needed a place to stay. He was like a big brother to me and I needed that much more than anyone could ever know but he did and he was there for me playing that role. I will never forget how handsome he thought he was no just joking he was handsome and he knew it he was a very confident person and he had every right to be. He was one of the very few people I knew that was against drugs and he would always stand firm in his faith of Jesus Christ his savior. We would sit down and have Bible study together and that is one of the best memories I believe I have is sharing Bible study with him. He always carried around a small Bible with him everywhere he went and I know he's in a better place because he cherished Jesus and God's word. He never pushed it on anyone but just the fact that he carried around the Bible was enough for him to minister to the lost souls that clinged to him. I'm becoming to realize why they clung to him because they needed Jesus in their lives and Trey was the only one closest to God that they would ever meet. May he rest eternally in heaven worshiping God. I will miss you brother 😢😢😢

Freddie Boan

November 24, 2021

Man, I always enjoyed playing basketball with Trey. We both never saw a shot that we didn't think we could make. Great, guy and know he will be missed

Barbara Boyle

November 24, 2021

Hi, Trey,

My memory of you is someone always searching, always trying to do your best. Your mom knows that she was the center of your universe. She did her very best to love and protect you. You will be forever a part of your family; forever in love and spirit.

Love, Barb

T Sparkles

November 21, 2021

Trey Cosby was a strong man who, through all his adversity and deep pain, even in his final days, never stopped persevering. Never stopped believing, in the goodness of God or his fellow man.

He persevered and still won, because he knew his final destination would be in the Hands of His Creator God.

To anyone reading, if you ever come to the end of yourself, you can now consider Trey as part of your cloud of witnesses, cheering you on to hit your mark, and charging you to finish your race well.

John Whitfield

November 20, 2021

Family and Friends , Trey was a free spirit who enjoyed life in ways some thought unconventional , He was prone to roam freely to various places at unusual times. He was envied by some, scoured by others. His wandering days are over and he is eternally at rest with his creator beyond the eyes and reach of those who did not understand him. My you always rest in peace and tranquility.
I did not truly know you , I still mourn for you.
John Whitfield