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December 15, 2018

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April 5, 2018
Oh Trisha..you are so much a part of the memorable trip to Tahiti where we met you and Stephen. Rest in peace dear friend, you will be so missed by all.
March 26, 2018
Fly free, Tricia; fly free.
March 22, 2018
From Houston Baptist College in 1965 throughout the 50+ years we were always friends. I will miss her greatly. There are now tears of great joy in heaven as Tricia is with her mother and father, and our Heavenly Father. Always cherished, always loved, never forgotten - my Forever Friend..
March 13, 2018
How do you say goodbye to the friend you met when you were 12? The one you went to junior high football games with; shared hot chocolate with in front of a roaring fire, air conditioner running full blast in Houston because her mom loved a fire and loved spending time with "her" girls. The one who was in both your weddings; who was godmother to your first-born, and brought several lovingly homemade dinners when your second was born. She was high-spirited, adventurous, fiercely loyal, generous, funny, private, sensitive, troubled at times, and suffered through many ailments. I am glad that sickness and pain are now behind her. I loved her and will miss her presence in the world - after 58 years, she was family.