For over 88 years Trevino Funeral Home has been serving families with dignity as per it's founder; Mr. Genaro R. Trevino. The Treviño third generation is going strong and few people manage the task the way Mr. and Mrs. Adam D. Treviño, and staff have. "When you treat people with dignity and respect all the time, you can work through anything", says John Adam Trevino who has been a licensed funeral director and embalmer for over 37 years. He and G.R. will keep the Treviño tradition going strong.
John also says Diana Treviño is an asset to the firm and a member of the Trevino family. Her manner of caring for the families with compassion brings family values to those we serve. Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, and honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around. Thank you Diana for being part of our family.
During his 55 plus years as a funeral director (53 plus years at the Treviño Funeral Home), Adam D. Treviño has been intimately involved in the lives of many Beeville, Bee County, and South Texas families. Though other ways of getting in touch with funeral homes has been generated through answering services; he is still a firm believer in being accessible to the needs of the families we serve. Therefore whenever you call the Treviño Funeral Home at any time day or night you are speaking to him, his wife Diana or a staff member. He has also served as a mentor to many funeral directors/morticians across the state of Texas as he proudly says, "They interned right here with me at Treviño Funeral Home".
In addition to his work, Mr. Treviño also has been involved in many local organizations, churches, clubs and community fundraisers.
Josh Gonzales is a native Beeville. Mr. Treviño lovingly calls him, "Ace" because of his commitment to being our, "ace in the hole". Josh is no stranger around the community as he works at HEB, and assists every Catholic church in Beeville as needed. He is a graduate of A.C. Jones High School '13, and attended Coastal Bend College.
G. R. Treviño is carrying on the family tradition serving proudly as general manager. He is a graduate of A.C. Jones High School '94 and attended Commonwealth Institute of Funeral Services. He is also a volunteer firefighter with the Beeville Fire Department. Not ashamed of his faith in God, G.R. is a member of New Life Church.
John Adam Trevino
John Adam Trevino grew up in the
Beeville area and graduated from A. C. Jones High School in 1980. After
graduating he attended Commonwealth College of Science in Houston, Texas,
receiving his Associate Degree in Mortuary Science, after completing his
studies, he attended Del Mar College and received his Law Enforcement
Commission and served with the Beeville Police Reserves from 1983 to 1989 then served
as Bee County Constable Pct. 2 from 1989 to 1996. He then served with the
Palacios Police Department and the Gregory Police Department as Captain serving
17 years of Law Enforcement. John has been assisting families for 38 years as a
License Funeral Director.As a third
generation funeral director and embalmer and pillar of his community his ethic
values are of high standard. He is dedicated to helping families through one of
the most difficult times in their lives. John has also assisted families when
he was employed with Earthman Funeral Directors in Houston, Texas, Seaside
Funeral Home and Memory Gardens Funeral Home in Corpus Christi, Texas. John has
one son Adam Daniel Trevino and three daughters Erica Trevino, Sierra Trevino
and Ashlee Trevino.
Eric R. Tarver
Eric R. Tarver grew up in the funeral industry in Bastrop. Becoming a funeral director was just another title of ministry added to this 5th generation Baptist minister. He is a graduate of Bastrop High School '93, Amarillo College '12, attended Southwest Texas Junior College and is currently attending Hardin-Simmons University. Since 2002, he has served as the Pastor of Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church. In addition of serving as funeral director, he has also stepped in and served as a clergyman for families not having a pastor to conduct services for loved ones.