Trinidad Lopez Jr.

May 15, 1937August 11, 2020

Trinidad Lopez, Jr. - Born 5/15/1937; died 8/11/20. Funeral arrangements are in the care of Sparkman-Hillcrest Funeral Home.


  • Private Rosary Service

    Sunday, August 16, 2020



Trinidad Lopez Jr.

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Morris S. Tyson, Sr.

September 25, 2020

Trini was an awesome entertainer and a great businessman. I was honored to be a fan! My sincere sympathy to his family, and to the legion of fans who mourn his passing! Morris S. Tyson, Sr. Tombstone, AZ

chip miller

August 18, 2020

Having directed Trini's first music video, his acoustic concert at Cal State University, inducting him into the Motion Picture Council with a Lifetime Achievement Award, and having him as one of many guest artists in my recent PBS special tribute to The Kingston Trio, brought me wonderful and fun memories and reminds me how many invaluable stories I can share when the time is right. For now, I am honored to have known him, to have called him a friend, and to have been a longtime fan. R.I.P mi amigo. Chip Miller (film/TV director/producer)

Janet Curto

August 16, 2020

I am so saddened by the loss of Trini. He was loved by people that knew him in Palm Springs and of course the rest of the world who treasured his music and talent. He was a friend to me and my family and he came to my birthday party and sang, making it a most memorable experience for me. We will miss you Trini may you Rest In Peace.

Laura Andujo

August 14, 2020

Mi mas sentido pesame a Lucy y Mr. Jesse y a toda la familia y que Dios les de pronta resignacion con esta irreparable perdida de quien fue siempre un pilar en la familia. Con la seguridad de que ya descansa en el Senor y seguira protegiendolos.

Nancy Smith

August 14, 2020

Trini shared so many of his memories with me--taking me to the family home to see the photo albums, touring where he grew up, and letting me interview him for many articles over the years--that I felt fortunate to have known him well. I'm so sorry for his sudden loss and can only imagine the profound sadness that the family must be feeling. I updated an article that I wrote for the Dallas Times Herald and posted it on Facebook as a tribute to a man who brought happiness to audiences worldwide and took pride in helping his family and friends. He would always say it was nice to be important but much more important to be nice.