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Trevelle Wells

Trevelle Wells, age 55, of Chicago's Englewood area and formerly of Garfield Park, passed away unexpectedly May 17, 2021. Loving brother of Romunda Wells, Andre Wells and Andrew Wells. Cherished uncle of Andre Cephus Jr., Andre Wells Jr., DeAndre, Ari Wells and Scott Wells. Beloved son of the late Verna Wells. Trevelle worked as a longtime social worker and was dedicated with helping addicts throughout their recovery process. He will be dearly missed by his family, friends and community.


Arrangements entrusted to Chicagoland Cremation Options of Schiller Park, Illinois.




Guestbook

I am missing you Terry... but it's not for long! The promise that our loving Heavenly Father Jehovah has given us at Revelation 21:4 shows there will be a resurrection! So sleep for now and I will see you in the new system ❤❤❤

Monique Mixon Oct 9 2021 9:35 AM

Terry had a bad habit of spitting. One day Auntie Vera sent us to the store. On our way to the store, Terry would spit every 15 steps or so, eww. Not your regular spit but the kind of draw from the back of your throat kind of spit. After reaching the store and buying whatever his mom sent us to the store for Terry began spitting again, eww. The only good thing was that he wasn't spitting my way but had just enough class and would turn his head. Terry was talking about something and just like a classy kid turned his head after drawing from the back of his throat and spit yet again without noticing the lady that was walking toward us hitting her on her arm (Can you say EWWW?!). The 12-year-old Terry immediately went into apology mode. Me? I was mortified but probably not as much as the lady. :-O Terry said I'm sorry, I'm sorry, I'm sorry! I was thinking we're dead, we're dead, we're dead. As the creamy saliva that was once inside his body slowly dripped down her arm, Terry started to wipe it away with his hand but that only smeared it deeper into her cocoa brown skin (EWWWWWWWWWW). She gasped and said in a loud voice, "No!" That's okay, that's okay, that's okay. My head sunk and shook in disbelief. As we walked back I noticed that Terry didn't spit the rest of the way home. This memory is one of the strongest that I have about my cousin. Probably because spitting is gross! - The End

Billy Stewart Oct 6 2021 8:30 PM

Terry as he was so well remembered, was my mother's third oldest grandchild. I have cherished memories of growing up together as children. I am his youngest Aunt out of three, we were only a few years apart in age. I was deeply saddened when I heard of his sudden death. I look forward to seeing him again in the new world.💐💐

Lorraine Campbell Oct 3 2021 6:57 PM

Trevelle Namor Wells was the First born Son to my Sister Vera Mae Wells. He was a fun loving kid, Mischievous as a teenager, Caring as an Adult. He loved Family, friends and fun. His Mother proceeded him in death. He left behind two younger brothers; Andrew Jovan Wells, Andre' Lamont Wells .One sister Romunda Omega Wells, 3 Aunts from his Mother's side of the family. Shirley Jean Wells, Gloria Lee Wells, Lorraine Mixon.A host of Nephews, Cousins, and Fiends who will dearly miss him. " You are only sleeping Nephew soon all those in Memorial Tombs will hear his voice (GOD) and come out"....Prayerfully looking forward to seeing you again.
Gloria ( Auntie Bobo)💐💐❤💐❤

Gloria Wells Oct 3 2021 2:26 PM

I love my cousin and I'm going to miss him and send his face and remember all the memories that we did when we was young we was the Jacksons 4 I'm a miss all those dances that my aunt Bobo had us practice but we got it right he always was the last one to get it right that Terry I'm going to miss him my cousin always love you rest in peace what love your cousin bud

Chris Wells Oct 3 2021 10:11 AM