Trevel Robertson was born to Ms. Rondala Jeffers and Mr. Ronnie Brown on October 30,1989 in Columbus, Ohio. He was a big bundle of joy upon arrival; and he stayed that way until his sudden departure from us on September 5, 2019. We may have loved him but the LORD loved him most.
Trevel went to Columbus Public Schools where he received his G.E.D. He worked for J&B Productive Janitorial Service Company. He was a true and genuine young man that loved his family so much, that we gave him the nickname “TROUBLE”. No matter WHAT, he would go through hell and high water just to make sure his family was doing alright or doing what they’re supposed to. Trouble had a knack for keeping family close especially during the darkest of times. He was super close to his Queen if you will, His grandmother. They were King and Queen together.
Trouble had a sincere passion for music since the age of 13. At this age he loved making his own rhymes and danced all over the house, showing the family all what he got. Most of all his love carried him from birth to 29 years of age. His heart for his family was so huge and not of this world. When he smiled it would light up this world. He showed us this at an early age. Trevel would pretty much would tell you how things were or how they were GONNA BE.
When he was spending time with his own children he never took any short cuts. As well as with his nieces and nephews. He made sure they all would know how to stand in the end. Trevel was a young male with intellect and wisdom beyond his years. Anyone that came into contact with him fell in love instantly. If you were down and out he would do any and every thing to get you into a better mood. Just wanting to see a smile return to your face.
He was a protector of his mother, brothers, and sisters. He put himself into playing a confidant role for his mother. He was willing to give her advice on different kinds of subjects as well as relationships. When life was wanting to take a turn or two he was always willing to help. Reassuring his mother that everything will be okay.
Trevel is preceded in death by Grandmother Annie Robertson and Brother Victor Burress.
Leaves to cherish his loving memories: Mother Rondala Jeffers; Father Ronnie Brown; Grandmother Izetta Brown; Children Trevel Jr, Janiya, And Amiehr; Fiancée Sequoia; stepchildren Saige and Sion; Aunts, Jackaline Hope of North Carolina, Barbara Miller, Tequila Robertson, Nita Muhammad All of Columbus, Ohio. Uncles: Ronald Robertson And Dwayne Jeffers. Siblings: Dwayne, Tatyana, Ny’Kiah, Lanisha, Dymon, Chamar. Bionce, Tyronn, Kevron, Izetta, Isaiah, and Gabrielle. Step-Mother Nicole Johnson Special Aunt Felicia Leeper. A host of Aunts, Uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.
Family will receive friends Saturday September 14, 2019 from 2:00pm until time of service at 3:00pm at the Chapel of Whites. Arrangements by WHITE’S FUNERAL AND CREMATION SERVICES, 867 S. JAMES ROAD, COLS, OH 43227, BENJAMIN F. “BENNY” WHITE, JR, FUNERAL DIRECTOR, (614)947-1123, whitesfh867.com.
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