Adam Lozano Trevino, 74, was called home to be with the Lord on October 24th, 2020. Adam was born on October 26th, 1945 in Sonora Texas. Adam worked for King Music Company where he got to relish and appreciate his love for music and instruments. He served over 16 years with the San Angelo Police Department where he retired from. While working for the Police Department he helped start the DARE program along with many other community service projects. Adam was very passionate about golf and the arts. He was a regular at the local golf courses and competed in many golf tournaments, where he had just under a handful “aces” to his name. His love for classic cars kept him busy in the garage working on his ‘23 T-Bucket he called his “Roadster”. He enjoyed painting, woodworking, and especially music. He played with many local bands including “The Epics” and “Juguete”. He passed on his love of sports, specifically his love for the Dallas Cowboys and Texas Rangers, and arts to his children and grandchildren.
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If Adam is to be remembered for anything, it would be his love of helping. Adam went out of his way to do for his family and others around him. He would have been 75 this past Monday. He was a loving father, a dedicated spouse and a man this community should never forget.
Survivors include his spouse George Treviño, his children Adam Jr. and spouse Dawn Treviño, Alfredo Treviño, Amy Treviño Aguilar, Michael A. and spouse Miriam Treviño, David C. and Stephanie Treviño. His sister, Lisa Trevino, as well as his grandchildren Austin, Devan, Briana, Michael Adam, Etienne, Emmalina, and Ezio Treviño. His Brothers David C. and spouse Elida Treviño, Alfonso (Poncho) and spouse Patsy Treviño, Armando L. and spouse Margaret Treviño as well as many nieces and nephews.
Visitation will be held at Shaffer Funeral Home on Thursday, October 29th, 2020 from 9am to 8pm. Graveside services will take place on Friday, October 30th, 2020 at Calvary Cemetery at 10am.