Island Cremations & Funeral Home ~ Merritt Island, Florida ~ 321-454-3331



November 6, 1992 - October 2, 2017

Burial Date October 13, 2017

The service for our wonderful Trevor will be held at First Baptist Church of Port St. John at 3900 Faye Blvd, Cocoa, FL 32927 on Friday (OCTOBER 13, 2017). The viewing will be at 6 pm and the service will be at 7 pm. In lieu of flowers, please send a donation to Fresh Start Ministries of Central Florida at 4436 Edgewater Drive, Orlando, FL 32804.

We lost our beloved son on October 2, 2017. Trevor Lane Cobb would be 25 on November 6. In his shortened life he made so many true friends that it was always difficult for us to remember their names. Trevor used to make fun of us for that. Many of them that are like family, and have helped us through this unimaginable time.
Trevor is an avid Miami Dolphins fan, he loves music and friends, he played 9 seasons of Baseball in his younger years, and graduated “with honors” from high school, he loves spending time with “his girls” Momma (Jody McDonald), Sister (Emily Schmidt), and 2 Nieces (Paris and Lyra). His true love, and solitude of faith, is his Mamaw (Eloise Cobb) who taught him that the word of God is the only way to live. Of course he loves his Pop (Reece Cobb), who would put out a spread ‘fit for a king’ when Trevor came over. Trevor is the apple of his eye…. his boy.
Trevor was born and raised in Merritt Island. He traveled quite a bit… once spent 3 weeks in Belize with good friends. Numerous cruises to the Caribbean and Bahamas, New York for a Yankees game, and many ski boarding to N. Carolina.
Trevor is been blessed with lots of wonderful cousins:
   Heather Harnage – husband Troy who has 1 beautiful daughter and 3 amazing sons
   Michelle Mahan – husband Erin that just had a precious baby girl!
   Derek Madlener – wife Naki who has 2 beautiful sons
   Sam Cobb who has 2 beautiful sons and an adorable daughter
   Mitchell Vasquez who is a very bright and loving young man
Memories of our beautiful life have bound us together forever.
Your hugs and smile will never be forgotten. We still hear you like it was
Yesterday; walking through the gate yelling Momma! One day we will
be reunited. We love you…. Forever….. our sweet handsome
precious son.