I'm in Al. visiting my mom and Kim and just found out about Trisha's death. The best times of my life were spent on Lake Tuscaloosa getting killed on a body board with Trisha driving the boat. I'm sorry I didn't find out until now. I will always love u guys. I've lost everyone's phone number but will try to call. We will all be together one day with no more seperations. GOD bless/ Earl
I am very sorry for your loss. I was shocked to her the news. I pray for peace and understanding for all of the family during this hard time. I got to spent a few years around Mrs. Robbins she was a great person and loving mother to her children and everyone she was around.
We are so sorry for your loss. We both had the joy of working with Tricia when she worked at the school system. She always had the sweetest smile and genuine heart. She was such a blessing to the students she worked with, and her co-workers at Westwood. We always looked for her if we were near the store and it was so nice to catch up with her, or get a quick hug. We remember how often and with such affection she spoke of her children and her family. With prayers for your family,
I was so saddened and shocked when I heard of Trisha's death. But I know she is in a much better pl ce, and I also know you get tired of hearing that because you'd much better like her here on earth with you all, because that's the way I felt right alter I lost my husband, Bobby. But things will get easier through the strength of God. Please send all my love to your whole family and to the Robbins family. I feel like I lost a sister all over again. My family has so much love for yours and everyone sends their prayers and love. I love you so much Pam and Rosie, and the rest of the family, just know my prayers that God will embrace you and give you the strength. And peace you need in the future days and also please know that I also will be there for you all, for whatever reason just call me. I love you so much Pam and Larry. With much love and prayers, Cindy Wyatt, Akron, AL
Trisha, you were a vivacious, energetic, talented girl that happened to be my sister. Such a great sense of humor and I miss you dearly. Don't know what mother will do without you as well as your family. All my childhood memories of just the two of us and you taking me around town when you got off work from Gayfers in your Mustang. The late nights at Shoneys for onion rings I will never forget. I'm so proud of what you meant to so many people, young and old. It's just so overwhelming, yet comforting at the same time. I will try to fill the void for Lindsay, Curt and Warren, but it will never replace their mother and wife. Keep a spot open in Heaven for us. I miss you more than you would have ever imagined. Love your sister Pam.