Tre’von Anthony Gilbert “Milli” of Easton, MD (formerly of Denton, MD) passed away peacefully on June 27, 2020 at University of Maryland Medical Center in Easton, MD. He was 30 years old.
Born, January 21, 1990 to his mother Lahoma Gilbert Thomas (Hollis) and father Troy Brummell Sr. (Natasha). He was educated in the Caroline County School systems.
Tre’von worked in various restaurants throughout Easton. He had a passion for cooking, which is how he got the nickname “Chef Milito”. Cooking was just one of his loves, his main love was that of his four children. He would always say that they were his world. His personality was like a chameleon, he could relate to whomever he came in contact with.
Tre’von would make your dark day, a ray of sunshine. He could really light up a room. Everyone that knew him well, knew that his family came first, his mother, father, sisters, brothers, aunts, uncles and cousins as well as others that entered his life who he considered family. Tre’von had a lot of admiration for his fellow brothers, the PMG.
Tre’von was preceded in death by his grandmother, Ader Robinson, grandfathers, William Gilbert and Rayfield Stanford, sister, Latoyo Brummell, brother, Troy Brummell Jr. and his uncle Kevin Brummell.
Tre’von is survived by his four children, Aziqah, Zion, Kaeden, Avery, grandmothers; Joan Bailey and Gertrude Brown, two brothers Travis Gilbert and Lo’Nelle Brown, three sisters; Nadine Wilson, LaCree Brown, and Tonya Wilson, his adopted parents, Curtis and Cheryl Brown and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
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