Olinger Hampden Mortuary, Cremation & Cemetery

8600 East Hampden Ave, Denver, CO


Annie Trotty

May 16, 1921August 29, 2020

Our beloved sister, aunt, and friend Annie Radford Trotty left our presence on August 29, 2020 after a beautiful, blessed and fruitful life. Annie was born on May 16, 1921 in Streetman, Texas to Will and Kioda Radford. She was one of thirteen children born to this union and she was definitely a “Daddy’s Girl”. She was heralded as a tremendous basketball player and track star for Currie High School in Currie Texas. She accepted Christ at an early age and was baptized in a tank at Carroll Chapel AME Church. She became a devoted member of Progressive COGIC in Denver, CO for 50+ years where she served the Lord until her passing. After high school she worked for the Department of Defense in Carlsbad, New Mexico. She later moved to Denver, Colorado and worked at Fitz-Simmons Army Hospital as a food service worker; there she met and married Issiah Trotty. They were married for over 50 years until his passing. To this union no children were born. Annie retired from Fitz-Simmons after 50 years of faithful service. Annie enjoyed fishing, church activities and traveling to visit all of her friends and relatives. Annie loved to laugh and was quite a jokester. Annie was preceded in death by her parents, 5 brothers and 5 sisters, and her husband. Those left to cherish precious memories include one sister Virdie Davis of Corsicanna, Texas, one brother, Aaron (Louise) Radford of Austin, Texas, a devoted niece/care-taker Stormi Lawson, and a host of other nieces and nephews, family members and friends.


  • Aaron Stephfano, Pallbearer
  • Damieon Stephfano, Pallbearer
  • Leland McKie, Pallbearer
  • Isaiah McKie, Pallbearer
  • Joshua McKie, Pallbearer
  • Lionel Lawson, Jr. , Pallbearer
  • Abraham Gallagher, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Mike Moss, Honorary Pallbearer


  • Visitation

    Tuesday, September 8, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Tuesday, September 8, 2020

  • Graveside Service

    Tuesday, September 8, 2020


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Vickie O'Hara

September 7, 2020

When I think of Aunt Annie I remember her tall and proud stature. She was very kind with a loving spirit and was always smiling.

Vanessa Cooper

September 5, 2020

My beloved Aunt Annie, I will ever remember the life lessons you’ve taught me. Loving God and family. Help others. Work hard. Hold your head high. You were a walking talking role model to me. I’ll forever miss our laughter filled talks.


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