January 20, 1959 – October 11, 2020
Trinidad Delgado Sr. was born January 20, 1959 in Dallas, TX. Trinidad passed away October 11, 2020 in Seagoville, TX.
Trini worked for the rent to own business for 25 years. He was a very dedicated employee. He worked at Instant TV, Rent-A- Center, RentPlus and Bestway Rent to Own.
Trini is precede in death by his parents Porifirio and Santos Delgado and brother Rudy Delgado.
Trini is survived by his partner in life Mary Lopez Verver, sons Trinidad Delgado Jr., Rafael Delgado (wife Christine), step sons Raymond Lopez Jr., (partner Veronica Garcia), Steven Lopez (partner Olivia Perez), daughters Anna, Gloria and Alejandra Delgado (Eli Valencia), his brothers Raymond, George and Abel Delgado (wife Regina), his sister Anna Delgado, 16 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren, and his pet “BJ”, many nieces, nephews, family and friends.
Pallbearers will be Raymond Lopez Jr., Steven Lopez, Trinidad Delgado Jr., Rafael Delgado, Alejandro Garcia, Raul Sanchez, Demitre Delgado and Trinidad Delgado III.
The family of Trinidad Delgado wishes to extend their sincere thanks to the medical staff at Baylor & Scott Medical Center of Sunnyvale, Mesquite Specialty Hospital Rehabilitation and Dallas Regional Medical Center of Mesquite.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
October 17, 2020
I first met Trini the day Bestway bought out Rent Plus the last week of April 2013. I was working at the Bestway store in Mesquite down the sidewalk in the same shopping center as Rent Plus. He was coming back from vacation and walking up to Rent Plus to come to work. As he approached, he noticed people outside that he didn't recognize and I could hear him say out loud "Oh No!, I'm not doing this again, I've been through a buyout before." He then immediately spun around and headed back to his vehicle. Before he was able to get in his vehicle, Mark(Bestway District Manager), was able to stop him and talk to him. He asked him to take the day off, think it over and sleep on it before he made a rash decision. We would often reminisce about that day and laugh. The next day he came to work for Bestway and I worked with him at the Mesquite store for 1 year. I then transferred to the Garland store and a year later he also transferred to the Garland store and we worked together ever since. He was a loyal friend and dedicated co-worker. He was always upbeat and positive and in a good mood and easy to laugh. I will miss seeing his vehicle in the parking lot first thing in the morning and him greeting me with "Damn Jeff", followed by a sheepish grin and a giggle as he sipped his coffee. I will miss all of our conversations about the future, the past, work, family, friends, sports, stupid sayings, inside jokes and life in general. He was a friend to everyone and a stranger to no one. He was admired and loved by co-workers, customers, friends and family alike. He was so looking forward to retirement and I'm so sorry that he never got to see it and enjoy it. It still doesn't seem real and I wish it was a bad dream. It's going to hurt a long time and we will all miss him forever. R.I.P. Trini. My prayers, sympathy and thoughts are with Mary and the family.
October 14, 2020
Trini you were more like a brother in law then an uncle to me. I will never forget all the good times we all had together. Especially how you would shake your at me and laugh and say ole Stephanie. Thank you for being the person you were, Thank for coming into Mary's life and being a big part of our family. Thank you for being there for us when dad passed away. We will always love you and you will always live in our hearts forever. You are one of a kind Mr. Trini Delgado!!!
October 13, 2020
Your Memory Will Never Fade
My dear bro now that you are gone, your nor longer here to share the bond we had together a bond of love and care. Yet, somehow something tells me you are watching over me-now that worldly cares you are finally free.
I miss you so very much and my tears I cannot hide Yet, within my heart , I feel You are always by my side. Even since you went away Life has never been the same , Yet it comforts me to know that one day we'll meet again with mom-dad.
Love Always Your Lil Bro Abel
October 13, 2020
I miss you! When I got the call, I was hoping it wasn’t to late. I remember getting up and get dressed, rushing out the fastest I could. Set my car on sports, turn on my emergency lights & went 90miles down 45. I remember our last convo how you asked about me & Omar. You were so proud of me and the man I was with. Thank you for loving me & loving Omar the way you did.
I’m so grateful for all the memories, saddens me to know you won’t get to visit my house anymore but I know up above you will be looking over us. I love you, until we meet again.
October 13, 2020
I’m going to miss you so much. I already miss you actually. I remember that smile of yours, that tight hug that was so warm. Your laugh got me the most every time at every gathering. You made up all the time to your kids and grandkids and didn’t let no one tell you otherwise. Thank you for showing up to my graduations, and my accomplishments along with my birthdays. I’ll never forget the time you told me my boyfriend was part of the family now. I love you, and know I’m going to continue making you proud. Fly high in heaven.
October 13, 2020
Tio Trini you were such a loving and sweet person. You always had a smile on your face and an infectious laugh. I remember when I would see you at the dance you always say hi and give me a hug. You would always tell me mija you want a beer. I would tell you Tio you know I don't like beer and he would laugh. I think he would do it on purpose to make me laugh. He loved his family and lived life to his fullest. My condolences to Mary, his children and brothers. May you find comfort in this time of grief. Love y'all.
October 12, 2020
I'm sorry to hear about Trini, I want to express my most sincere sympathy to you and the family during this difficult time. Trini was a highly valuable and respected member here at Bestway, even though I only worked with him for a little over a year the effects of his passing are already being felt here by his fellow employees.
Trini was a wonderful employee and friend who understood the meaning of the word "team" He was always more focused on the good of the company than on his own benefit. His work here will never be forgotten.
Please accept my sincere condolences for you and the family.
He will be greatly missed and everyone here is saddened by his passing. Know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and his family during this difficult time.
-With sincere sympathy Marci
Sandra De campos
October 12, 2020
La muerte de un ser querido además de ser dolorosa nos abate y nos angustia, pero recuerde la promesa animadora de parte del dador de la vida,
que la muerte ya no existirá, ni habrá más tristeza ni llanto ni dolor, Apocalipsis 21:4. Si gusta saber más de esta esperanza segura, con gusto responderé sus preguntas a mi correo.