Trevor Christian Gray

September 4, 1998January 2, 2019

Trevor Gray, 20 years old, of Jacksonville, Florida, passed away Wednesday, January 2, 2019. He was a native of Jacksonville, Florida. Trevor graduated early from High School to pursue a Business Degree at FSCJ. He had a passion for football but also enjoyed baseball and bowling.

Trevor is survived by his mother Tina Gray, his father Roger Gray, his twin brothers Joshua and Robert Romero, his brother Vinny Williams, and his sisters, Kristi Romero and Dyamon Knight. He is also survived by his cousins, Kelcie Schulz and Charles Schulz Jr., his uncle Chad Schulz, his grandmother Janice Stewart, his grandfathers, Jerome Stewart and Donald Berry, and Trevor’s nephews and niece, who were his pride and joy, Matthew Romero, Hayden Romero, Tashaun Davis, Maverick Romero and Brielle Williams. Trevor also leaves to cherish his memory many other cousins, aunts and uncles. Trevor is so dearly loved by his family and friends, and he will be greatly missed. We will cherish and share the memories we made with Trevor, and he will forever be in our hearts.

Arrangements are under the care of Hardage-Giddens Greenlawn Funeral Home, 4300 Beach Boulevard, Jacksonville, Florida 32207.


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Dyamon Knight

January 28, 2019

It took me a minute before I could find the right words to say but we have so many memories together you've always protected me !! I used to watch you play the Xbox we used to watch wrestling together ! ... there's so many memories and just waking up everyday even knowing your gone really takes a tole on me .. I think about you everyday and I'm so upset that it had to happen to you I still don't understand it you were my big brother you welcomed me into the home and already made me feel loved as your sister ! I remember the big hugs you used to ask me for 💙💙 squeezing me tight ... you will be missed Trevor I love you so much 💙💙❤ until we see each other again may you rest in peace xoxoxoxo ❤❤⚘ -Dyamon


January 27, 2019

I just wanna say my prayers have been with you Tina for you and your family. the last few weeks. I cant imagine your sorrow but I thank God you have a relationship with him and that you have a consoler in him. Hold onto his promise that we will see our loved ones again. Kay

Grandpa.and Grandma Stewart/Berry

January 6, 2019

There are so many memories we hold dear to our heart of you.The one that we think alot of is Disneyworld.when we got to the condo and you and Kelcie wanted to watch Chuckie and we would not allow Jr to.So he come in the room with us.and you and Kelcie thought it was so cool because Jr had to come in and watch tv in our room.Well after the movie was over and Grandma.Grandpa and Jr played like we were all sleeping.and you and Kelcie were going to sleep .Grandma
took the remote to the washer and dryer and started turning them on and off..You both got so scared you also ended up in
our room to sleep.I think to this day you never knew how that
washer and dryer was working on its own.So yes the movie
scared you both thought for sure Chuckie was in
your I. Sure that Jr must have told you both but
nothing was ever said.But we know one thing for sure you
never wanted to watch chuckie again.We all slept together that night.and woke up that morning with you both scared to
go into your bedrooms.Went to Disneyworld and had some
fun.We love you so much and will never forget our times together.and Grandpa is proud that he coukd be there to
start you out and help you learn to drive.You will forever be
in our hearts and never to be forgotten .Our memories will be forever ..R.I.P. Baby Boy We will see each other again soon
All our love
Grandpa and Grandma

Tina Gray

January 6, 2019

I have so so many memories that I can not choose just one but will say that looking into your beautiful blue eyes for the last 20 years is something I am really going to miss! You have and will forever will be my baby boy. I will say goodbye to your physical presence tomorrow and that will undoubtedly be the worst day of my life but I find comfort in knowing that spiritually you will always be with me. We will be together again one day and until that time I will celebrate your life, keep your memory alive, and always hold you in my heart. Rest easy son. I love you Always, Forever, and All Eternity, to Heaven and Back!

Katie Stewart

January 5, 2019

I think my favorite memory is when I came to visit for Christmas! We made sure all the presents we're out and we stayed up late while you went to bed. Kristi and I snuck outside while your mom woke you up and we played Santa. You were so excited and enthusiastic! We had a great time opening gifts. You believed in Santa for so many years after that! You were such a cute kid! I will never forget your funny jokes and smart remarks as a kid. I wish I called you more often, but you and your family are always on my mind and in my heart! I will cherish our memories! Love Auntie Katie

Brenda Hewlett

January 5, 2019

There’s way too many to even begin! I knew you before you were even born. I guess my favorite would be when you popped over for me to meet KKi! We sat on my driveway and talked and played with her! You were so proud that you had your dog! I love you, always have, always will!

Lisa Gray

January 5, 2019

Trevor was one of the most loving caring young men that I have had the pleasure to know. The memories of when you have come to stay with us we will forever cherish. When your uncle Russ and I separated you said to me that you didn't care what happened that I would always be your Aunt and you would always love me. You were the only cousin on Russ's side that my kids had, and this is hurting them emensly. After your uncle Russ went away you stepped up and wanted to protect us. When you loved you loved with everything in you. We will always love you and will keep your memory alive. Till we meet again. Fly high baby boy.

Pam Evans

January 5, 2019

My heart is breaking to hear of Trevor’s death. So terribly sad as he had his whole life ahead of him. I remember him as a silly boy full of energy and clever remarks as both a student in third grade as well as a teammate on my son’s baseball team. And those eyes. Always bright and full of fun and a little mischief. So sorry for your loss. Praying for the family.