Trinity (Trent) Dwayne Watkins Trinity (Trent) Dwayne Watkins, from Leander, Texas, was killed suddenly in an automobile accident, while in Atlanta, Georgia on Wednesday morning, April 3, 2013. Trent worked for TRX as Senior Manager Database Operations & File Services. He was forty years old. Trent was born January 23, 1973 in Big Spring, Texas. He has one brother, Stacey Watkins, who lives in Houston, Texas. He was married to Kimberly Necole Watkins on June 25, 2005. Kim and Trent had one child, six year old Kennedy Mae. Trent also had another daughter, nine year old Avery Elizabeth, and two step children, Mila and Max Quintana. Trent graduated in 1991 from Scarborough High School in Houston, Texas. He played varsity baseball and the trumpet in the band. He also was an Eagle Scout, from Troop 604. Upon graduation, Trent furthered his education at Texas A&M University and served four years in the United States Army. While enlisted he was stationed at several European bases and supported building networks in the Bosnia action in southern Europe. He attended church in Leander, Texas and volunteered for Heroes Night Out, a program to support veterans returning home. He is survived by his wife, Kim and their child, Kennedy; daughter, Avery; stepdaughter, Mila; stepson, Max; parents, Judy and John Warfield; brother, Stacey Watkins; nephew, Joseph Watkins; in-laws, Marilyn and Chuck Kusy; and many aunts, uncles, nephews, and nieces who will all cherish his memory. He is predeceased by his grandparents, Imogene Cox Hamilton and William Joseph Hamilton, and Martha and Roderick Warfield III. Funeral Services will be held at Cook-Walden Capital Parks Funeral Home in Pflugerville, Texas on Monday April 8, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. Interment services will follow at Cook-Walden Capital Parks Cemetery, adjacent to the Funeral Home. Pallbearers will be his brother, Stacey Watkins; uncle, David Warfield; cousins, Matt and Mark Warfield; father-in-law, Chuck Kusy; and his dear friends, Scott Chrestman and Jason Bates. Honorary Pallbearers will be his stepson, Max and his father, John Warfield. Memorials in his name can be made to Heroes Night Out www.herosnightout.com or by calling 512-986-7660. Trent will be remembered as a loving son, husband, and father. He was a computer whiz, a dedicated worker, gave perfect hugs and had unending patience for all his children. He had a charming smile and was charitable to all. He will be greatly missed. To share memories with Trent's family please visit his memorial website at www.cookwaldencapitalparks.com
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Published in Austin American-Statesman on Apr. 7, 2013