Caaren Trigg Struble
1946 - 2021
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TRIGG STRUBLE, Caaren Caaren Trigg Struble left her home on earth on February 11, 2021. A woman of both outer and inner beauty, Caaren's life was one filled with flair. She was an artistic interior designer whose talents transformed many homes into havens of beauty and comfort. Born in Norman, Oklahoma, on February 1, 1946, Caaren soon afterward found herself as a resident of Texas. Her early years were spent in Odessa, before the family's move to Pecos, Texas. Caaren graduated from Pecos High School, and continued her education at The University of Texas in El Paso. While in El Paso she met and married Carlton Trigg, and welcomed her 3 children, Cameron, Cecily, and Chris. After the death of Carlton, Caaren moved to Dallas, Texas. While residing in Dallas, she launched her career as an interior designer. Also there, Caaren met and married John Struble, who preceded her in death on February 11, 2020. Above all, Caaren loved her family and friends. Surviving family members are beloved children, Cameron Trigg and Cecily Trigg Ortenberg, stepdaughter, Alison Holden, and daughter-in-law Shelly Trigg. Parents, Frankie and Elvin Crow and son, Christopher Trigg preceded her in death. Caaren was a loving grandmother to grandchildren, Campbell and Jenna Trigg, Adison, Sydney, and Ella Ortenberg, Jordan and Jessica Trigg, and Hunter and Will Holden. She deeply appreciated the love and support of her sister, Judie Cothrun and husband, Richard of La Quinta California, as well as that of her many nieces, nephews, cousins, and dear friends. Caaren will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her. After all, however, even the heavens sometimes need some sparkle. A private memorial will be held on a future date. In lieu of flowers the family suggests a donation to the American Lung Association or to the charity of your choice.




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Published in Dallas Morning News on Mar. 2, 2021.
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