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Trevaun Holloway

June 16, 2002 ~ November 5, 2018 (age 16)
A TIME TO BE BORN
Trevaun Romero Holloway was born June 16, 2002, in Harvey, Illinois, to Dawndria Murray and Tamon Holloway.

A TIME TO EDUCATE
Trevaun graduated from Prairie Hills Junior High School in Markham, Illinois.  He was currently a junior at Rich Central High School in Olympia Fields, Illinois, where he played football and was a 4.0 honor roll student.  Trevaun was loved by everyone he knew; his smile would light up any room.  He was a ladies’ man too.  Trevaun could charm his way in or out of anything.  Trevaun would have been a senior next year and was looking forward to attending college in 2020.

A TIME TO PRAISE
Trevaun attended True Holiness Church of God in Christ in Harvey, Illinois, under the leadership of Administrative Assistant Pastor Carl J. Harris.  He had been a member here all of his life.

A TIME FOR HIS PASSION AND COMMITMENT
Being a light and touching so many lives, Trevaun enjoyed spending time with his family and he honored his commitment to the Rich Central’s football team and coaches.  Trevaun invested a lot of time into his academic studies which made him a well-rounded teenager; smart, athletic, family-oriented person, and an excellent friend.

A TIME TO BE WITH THE LORD
Trevaun departed this life on November 5, 2018.  He was preceded in death by his great grandmother, Flossie Mae Harris; grandfather, June Holloway; uncle, James Harris; aunts, Jesse Harris, Bernice Harris and Louise Gothard; his cousins, DeShannon Harris, and Darnell (Baby D) McCollum.

A TIME TO MOURN
Trevaun leaves to cherish his memory his parents, Dawndria Murray (Lavoil) and Tamon Holloway Sr.; 12 siblings, Tamon Jr., Taijah, Tamiya, Donjae, DeJohnn, Tanya, Nakia, Lavoil Jr., Tia, Tiara, Tavon, and Tatiana; three grandmothers, Annette Harris, Brenda James and Susie Murray; his grandfather, Willie Smith (Robin); two great-grandmothers, Mary Smith, and Mildred Wilkes; his god-mother, Phyllis Washington; his god-sister, Bria Ealy; two god-brothers; Kyale Raine and David Williams; his best friend Vinnie Brown, his church family, and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.
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