Condolences for Trina Yvette Villarreal

sharon posted on 4/16/09

i cant think of anyone who has positively touched as many lives as trina. her spirit allowed her to reach so many souls on so many levels. i am still in shock that i will never hear her sweet voice call me gorgeous again. my heart weeps. i will always hold a special place in my heart for trina and oak island will never be the same your tomadatche sharon


Chris Patch-Vogts posted on 4/16/09

Trina is the most giving, most loving person and friend I have ever known.One of her two birds had gone before her.God gave her as a surviving one her favorite,one who would whistle for her when she came home from work. She was so relieved and happy about that. She loved you all very much and was so proud of all of you. The picture you chose was beautiful, perfect.She knew she had a last chance angel.


Heather Bigley & Stacie Harwood posted on 4/17/09

Christina you & your family will be in our prayers! If there is anything you need please call us. (910) 264-2942


Sue Britt posted on 4/16/09

My deepest sympathy to Trina's family for the loss of such a dear sweet lady. She was a good friend of mine and I will miss her dearly, but not as much as her mother, and other family members will. My prayers to you all and peace be with you all. REST IN PEACE MY DEAR FRIEND!!!


Alan Downs posted on 4/20/09

Trina was my neighbor back on 77th St.,and she was one of those people who never met a stranger. I would like to offer my most sincere condolences to her family and friends. I know there are many of us who will miss seeing her up at the deli, as she always had a smile to brighten the day.


Virginia Hawes Gallien posted on 4/17/09

Trina loved to tease me. and she called me Smurfette. She said that it was because I was happy and singing all of the time. She truly was the happiest person I have ever known.


Sherry Quinn posted on 5/7/09

I was shocked to hear of your loss. Please know how very sorry I am.


linda stewart posted on 4/18/09

I met Trina while she was working at the Atlantic Market and I knew right away how warm and loving she was. We'd talk and gossip and I always left our brief interludes with a smile. It's not often that a person you meet while shopping makes such a lasting impression. She shared with me how much she loved her family and her animals. Her loss must be so devastating to those who loved her as, since I knew her little, her passing as touched me deeply. Linda