Adam and Diana Treviño
Chief Executive Officers
For nearly 90 years, Treviño Funeral Home has been serving families with dignity as the foundation was laid by it's founder; Mr. Genaro R. Treviño. The Treviño Funeral Home is a third generation firm going strong and few people manage the task the way Mr. & Mrs. Adam D. Treviño and staff have.
During his 60 years as a funeral director (58 years at the Treviño Funeral Home), Adam D. Treviño has been directly involved in the lives of many Beeville, Bee County, and South Texas families. His ties has also extended to Central and West Texas.
He is a graduate of the prestigious Commonwealth College of Sciences in Houston where he obtained the degree of professional embalming in 1960. He successfully passed the state of Texas board exams in funeral directing (November 15, 1961) and embalming (November 5, 1962) respectfully. After working for Crespo Funeral Home in Houston, and Max Martinez Funeral Home in San Antonio he returned to Beeville to assist his father, and carry the business to higher heights. Lean days, lack moments, and a jet crash has not halted the Treviño Funeral Home from becoming a respected firm.
Diana Treviño is an asset to the firm. 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.
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 when you call the Treviño Funeral Home at any time day or night you are speaking to Adam, 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 served their apprenticeship 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.
The mantra which started with our founder in 1930, and is repeated to this day: "Restoring a lost tradition....Service."