What a full life Trish led, and we send condolences and best wishes to her daughters and grandchildren, who will miss her dearly.
A. Trish is a wonderful beautiful soul who I treasure with my heart. I greatly admire that she was one of the first people to recognize that my house was my own following my parent's death.
Blessings and Hugs to you A. Trish
A good heart has stopped beating, a good soul ascended to heaven.
I am saddened about Trish ‘s death, but relieved for both of you that the painful struggle had ended.
Please accept my warmest sympathy,
Over the Past six months Trish and I have spent most weekday evenings together, even though I was working it didn’t felt like work. Trish was extremely kind and thoughtful towards me always thinking about my wellbeing over hers,
I really think God had a plan, our (Trish and I) meeting was not by chance. God have use her to give me hope and renew my faith in people.
Be proud Cheri & Barb you had one of the best mother.
So many wonderful memories of this special Cousin, Trish. I was always in great admiration of this older cousin, who could do almost anything. She was an expert in all things guiding, and camping, and truly fell into the footsteps of her father and mother loving the out of doors. Family was important, and she kept in touch. Nancy, our daughter reminded me of the annual xmas cards with the stick figures - our children knew more about the Holmans than other family members, because of her cards. Jennine, Nancy's younger sister remembers climbing up the stairs from the dock at WestHawk to the cottage, and Trish's kind help. She inspired goodness and excellence from those around her. Lovingly remembered.
Trish was an absolute life force. No wasted moments or opportunitie, just always saying ‘yes’ to life. We lived in our last neighbourhood for 12 years and knee one neighbour to our left and one across the street.
Before we even took possession of our current home, Trish saw to it that we were invited to the annual neighbourhood Christmas Party. Because of this, we met all of our neighbours and developed wonderful friendships that continue to thrive. Nothing in it for Trish other than common sense, a love and understanding of community and willingness to extend herself for the benefit of others. People like Trish come our way so very rarely. We admire her, strive to be like her and learn from her. If anyone was ever in need, Trish was your champion and advocate, organizing those around her to support anyone in need. Trish, you will be missed more than you could ever know, and we will continue to advocate for community connectivity as you so successfully did. God Bless