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Trina Marie WOOTON

Lutz, Florida

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Hi Trina just wanted to say. That I miss you and wish we were here together!!!

Her Journey's Just Begun

Her Journey's Just Begun
Don't think of her as gone away,her journey's just begun,Life holds so many facets, this earth is only one,Just think of her as resting,from the sorrows and the tears,In a place of warmth and comfort,where there are no days or years, Think how she must be wishing,that we could know today, How nothing but our sadness,can really pass away, And think of her as living,in the hearts of those she touched,For nothing loved is ever...

Dear beautiful Trina. I am sorry that it has taken me so long. I tried, I just couldn't do this. What a loss we all feel. We will forever miss you!! And forever you will be in our hearts!! I am grateful for the memories and our talks that we had when you come to visit. I pray God keeps helping Aunt Jenny, Dallas, and Lonnie through this terrible sorrowful time. We love and miss you!!

Happy Mothers Day Darling. We miss you so much. Why did you leave us so soon. The boys are lost without you. So am I. I miss our little chats, watching American
Idol together. Going out to eat together, even thou you would get so upset at me if I thought you were going to drop your food and made a remark. I still miss you more than anyone could realize. Love you soooo much !!

A Hug From Heaven
Don't be sad, I'm here with Jesus, Don't be sad and please don't cry, I'm right here....I've never left you... Don't you know, that love can't die? I'm safe and warm and happy, as I've never been before. Seeing Jesus face to face, is more than I have bargained for. As I speak, I'm right beside you , As you walk, I'm by your side, Close your eyes and you'll see clearly, that my Spirit has not died. Everyone's on earth for reasons, man can't fully comprehend, But in...

Dear Lonnie, Dallas, and Jenny,
Even though we have only known Trina for less than a year, she will always be in our hearts. Our prayers go out to you all.
Goodbye for now, Trina.
Rose, Ron, and Michael Valenti

I only met you once - so long ago - on one of my last trips to Ohio. I was so excited to see my cousin Johnny. I was awestruck by your Momma's voice when she played the piano and sang and I was fascinated by you! I have repeated this story so many times over the years about the teenage girl who ate potato chips with yellow mustard. What a hoot! Sadly, our families did not stay in touch so I did not get to know you as you became an adult and a mother. I wish I had. Someday we will have another...

Well since the day I married Jamie you all have been family to me. Aunt jenny, thank you and Trina for all you did for us while we lived there. We came there without any clue that our lives would changed forever. Trina was my best friend, my yard sale partner and telephone buddy. She made me feel at home where I did not know anyone. She taught me what it meant to be a trooper. It could always be worse, never complain, and never give up. I hold onto that and I will hold onto the fact that one...

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Trina's Obituary

WOOTON, Trina Marie, 48 of Tampa, died January 2, 2013. She was active with the Boy Scouts Troop 12 in Lutz, and was an artist for Triangle Ts Screenprinting until she lost her eyesight in 2011. She is survived by her husband, Timothy Wooton; sons, Dallas and Lonnie Wooton; and her mother, Jenny...

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