“Trey” Frank James Douglas IV

Trey Douglas, 27, of Navasota, passed away on Sunday, May 8, 2016 in College Station. Visitation will at 10a.m., on Friday, May 13, 2016 at Christ United Methodist Church in College Station. Funeral service will be at 11a.m. in the church. Interment will follow in Oakland Cemetery in Navasota. Funeral services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral Home and Crematory.

Frank James “Trey” Douglas, IV died on Sunday, May 8, 2016 at the age of 27 years. Trey was born on April 26, 1989 to Frank James Douglas III and Lonnie Godfrey Douglas.

Trey was loved by and loved many. He had a smile that would light up the room. The world lost a selfless, caring, devoted friendly, and loving soul. Trey truly cared for every person he came into contact with. He devoted his time to helping those in need through his work in healthcare and his service to the children of his church. Trey had an uncanny ability to remain positive and i good spirits, even when faced with adversity. He accepted Christ at a very young age and expressed a desire to be a minister one day. Trey possessed a true zeal for life and valued relationship with others. He always found the time to listen to others, and he helped them to find the positives in all situations. Trey’s bright smile, signature mohawk and infectious laugh will be missed.

Trey is survived by his mother, Lonnie Godfrey Douglas of Rosharon, Texas, his father, Frank James Douglas III, of Longview, Texas, and his sister, Alexandria Paige Douglas, of Rosharon, Texas. Other survivors include; his grandparents, Clara Lee Nelms and Henry Nelms of Navasota, his niece, Adriana Nicole Douglas of Rosharon, his uncles, Robert Byrd and Mickie Byrd of Navasota, his uncle Larry Byrd of Cypress, his uncle, Titus Douglas, of Longview, his aunt, Denise James of Arkansas, and his host of cousins.

Donations may be made in Trey’s name to their GoFundMe page: www.gofundeme.com/treydouglas

Condolences

  1. I worked with Trey a few years ago. I will remember him for his energetic spirit and love for living life to the fullest. Rest in peace Trey.

  2. Trey lit up every room he entered with his smile, his kindness & his love of life. I remember how my son Andrew would come home feeling better after talking to Trey in class or on the bus. The world is dimmer now that he’s gone. Rest in peace, Trey.

  3. I will miss you more than I can express… You saved me and talked me out of so many dark days. You were way more than a friend to me… I wish I could have been there for you

  4. TREY YOUR FATHER LOVE’S AND MISS’ES YOU EVERY DAY!, YOUR FATHER HAS COME BACK TO JAH HOUSE TO DRAW CLOSE THE CREATOR JEHOVAH GOD, HE IS LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING YOU AGAIN SOON JOHN 5:28,29

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