OBITUARY

Mary Theresa Trevino

July 27, 1952June 3, 2018
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Mary T. Trevino, 65, of Spring Texas, entered into rest June 3, 2018. She was born in Houston, Texas on July 27, 1952. Mary graduated from Jeff Davis High School. She was married to Richard Trevino for 40 loving years. Mary had a career in Anadarko Petrolium. She had a passion for dancing, cooking, watching all Houston sports, but above all, her beloved family.

Mary is survived by her husband, Richard Trevino, her son Richard Trevino Jr., daughter Valerie Trevino, siblings; Felix Lopez, David Lopez, Angela Gutierrez, Rose Sanchez, Cathy Salinas, Daniel Lopez, Henry Lopez, Lucy Zuniga, Yvette Schriffer, Genaro Rodriguez, Michael Rodriguez Jr., and many other loving relatives and friends.

Visitation will be held Thursday, June 7, 2018 from 4:00pm to 8:00pm with a funeral service to be held Friday, June 8, 2018 at 12:15pm at American Heritage Funeral Home, 10710 Veterans memorial Drive, Houston, Texas 77038. A committal service will be held Friday, June 8, 2018 at 1:30pm at Houston National Cemetery, 10410 Veterans Memorial Drive, Houston, Texas 77038.

  • FAMILY

  • Mary is survived by her husband, Richard Trevino, her son Richard Trevino Jr., daughter Valerie Trevino, siblings; Felix Lopez, David Lopez, Angela Gutierrez, Rose Sanchez, Cathy Salinas, Daniel Lopez, Henry Lopez, Lucy Zuniga, Yvette Schriffer, Genaro Rodriguez, Michael Rodriguez Jr., and many other loving relatives and friends.
  • PALLBEARERS

  • Danny lopez
  • Henry Lopez
  • Jimmy Reyes
  • Ray Trevino
  • Armand Sanchez
  • Val Ochoa

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, June 7, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, June 8, 2018
  • Committal Service Friday, June 8, 2018
REMEMBERING

Mary Theresa Trevino

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Daniel Lopez

June 8, 2018

Terri,
Big Sister, my friend and my mentor.
The road seemed so long when we were kids. Now at the end it seems so very short.
You always gave me good advice, I'm glad I took it. You reminded me I was a good person when I was feeling sad. You never let me down.
You took me to the movies when I was small, bought me snow cones at the drugstore.
I remember you let me hang out with you and your cool friends. You weren't embarrassed to have you little brother around. Your calls to me when the Rockets beat the Spurs. This could be a book. Just know your generous spirit blessed us all.
Your smile and your laughter will always be there in my heart. I'll always love you.
Your brother,
DAN

Josephine "Josie" Martinez

June 8, 2018

I just had to let you know how deeply saddened I am to hear of your mother passing. I'll always have beautiful memories of our times together. She was one of my dearest friends and will be sorely missed. My sincere condolences to you and the family. May God comfort you and the entire family in these days of sorrow and pain. My beautiful friend Terri RIP🙏💗

Aurora Aranda Granados

June 7, 2018

Mary Theresa Lopez Trevino Family,
My condolences and prayers to all her family during this difficult time. I met Theresa in Marshall Jr. High School and Jeff Davis High School along with her sister Rosie . Theresa was always a very happy and loving person like everyone said about her. I read that she was ill and was very shock when I read she had passed away. It really broke my heart to hear about Theresa . My prayers to her beautiful daughter and son, which I know they will miss her dearly. Especially her husband and entire family. Rest in Peace Theresa, another angel in Heaven gone to soon. God Bless Theresa . Amen

Athena Lopez

June 7, 2018

Every time I came home from college or to visit from Alabama you would create a spontaneous party. It was because of you I didn't give up college when Daddy died. You told me to keep going because his dream was for me & Caesar to finish school. It encouraged me to finish & get my degree. You always would call to check on me. When I returned to Houston you always invited Aurora & I over to watch the game or have Karaoke parties. You rocked "Return to Sender" I loved your adorable choreography while singing. It'll be so hard to not get to see you during visits at your home. I know you're no longer in pain. Selfishly I wish you were still here. Till we met again I miss you & your laughter & hugs!
I love you Tia Terry!
Love always,
Athena

Linda Flores-Arredondo

June 7, 2018

I’ll always think of Theresa as the pretty cheerleader as I knew her in Marshall and Davis High Schools. May she rest in heavenly peace. Sending prayers to the Trevino Family as you take this sad journey. God bless.

Florencio Briones

June 7, 2018

To Theresa's family I offer my deepest sympathies. I knew Theresa from Marshall and Davis. She was always smiling, always happy, always friendly. She was the perfect cheerleader. This is the way I want to remember her; when we were all so young. May she rest in peace.

Vicki Sanders-Ochoa

June 7, 2018

Terry we were the besties for the past 20 yrs. you were always the “cheerleader” and the life of the party.
We shared a bond that was unbreakable.
You always had a sparkle in your eyes and a smile on your face.
There’s so many memories i can’t list them all. I’ll never forget you trying to teach me how to make Mexican meals...we gave that up haha!
I will always treasure the conversation we had the night before you passed.
I know you’re in God’s arms and we will be together again. I miss you my love.

Lyla Zuniga

June 6, 2018

Terry,
My sister, my friend, you were always there for me.
From fashion, makeup, and hair not to mention creating the coolest private sports patio around, you made everything beautiful. Even though life threw in tough punches you showed me how we could endure and smile afterward.
Thinking back of our Tamalera’s, Carribbean cruise, or running in a 5K, I always loved spending time with you. There will always be a smile with the memory of you.
I already miss you, my sister, my friend.

Kenny George Jr.

June 6, 2018

Wow I am caught off guard. I still remember the days Ricky and me would play basketball in the driveway. And you always offering drinks. You where one of the nicest people I knew growing up. And always treated me like family when I would come over. As we got older and would run into one another I would love to here the stories you had of eveverone and how they were doing. I will cherish those memories always. God has special place for you up there. You will be truely missed.

Alice Yvette Schriefer

June 6, 2018

Terry's 1st communion