OBITUARY

Trinidad A. Ojeda

August 17, 1980May 23, 2021
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Trinidad Alvarez Ojeda, also known to family and friends as Trini or Trin, passed away on Sunday, May 23, 2021 in Houston, Texas. Trinidad is survived by his wife, Elizabeth, children Cecelia (20), Trinidad (19), twins Jazlyn and Kaylyn (8), stepson Anthony (19) and grandson Aiden (8 months). He also leaves behind his loving mother Lenora, great-grandmother Brigida, siblings Nora Lee, Joe and James and several nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins and is preceded in death by his father, James Z. Ojeda, great-grandfather Pedro Alvarez, Jr., and aunts Tina and Mary. Trinidad was born and raised in the Northside of Houston where he resided among family and friends. He had a contagious smile and free spirit. His hobbies were spending time with his family and friends barbequing, fishing, or even watching is favorite sports baseball, basketball, boxing and football. Trinidad was loved tremendously by his family and friends and he left an impressionable mark on the hearts of so many. For the safety of all, the family has asked that those in attendance wear masks while inside the funeral home and church. A live stream of services will be offered for those who cannot be in attendance in-person.

Services

  • Visitation

    Thursday, June 10, 2021

  • Rosary Service

    Thursday, June 10, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, June 11, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Friday, June 11, 2021

Memories

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ANITA B RODRIGUEZ

June 10, 2021

Trin was a great neighbor, always a warm hello and willing to help with odd jobs.
Continued prayers for the family and friends.

Barbara Bocanegra

June 10, 2021

Even though we weren't raised together I was always your big sister (biological sister) we didn't get to see/met you till you were a lil older as a child and then again as a young man married with children (hope to get to know them some day). Hate that our lives were like that...but i know you had your lil family to take care of...and you knew where to find us. But every time we saw or ran into each other it was like nothing was between us or that the time had pass. The last time we talked was a couple of years ago and i know you were going through some personal things and you distance yourself again. I'm so sorry that this time we see each other is to say goodbye....just know you ARE my lil brother and always have been and I loved you. Till we see each other again...RIP Lil Brother

Jordan Jimenez

June 9, 2021

Trini was the first person I meet at Marshall,always cool and was a good friend as we grew up. I could be in a messed up mood and somehow he would have me laughing hard. You will be missed and never fogotten

Jose Medrano

June 8, 2021

You know trin really ment alot to me ......he was really the only one there for me ....especially when I went threw the whole break up I really miss him and it's hard tryna stay strong when everyone around me is broken cause of his passing.....I'm really gonna miss my tio ....Im sure illwill meet him again ...until then I'll hold every memory

Espinoza Joseph

June 8, 2021

I remember when I could go to Trini for any and everything. What I will always remember is that I could call trini and he always answered me. I have too many fond memories of him to pin point one. His life will always be one that I celebrate. And he will be forever in my heart. And to my uncle Trinidad, thank you and I love you. And I thank you for all the memories and life lessons. You will be missed.

ROCKY Juarez

June 8, 2021

My best friend since elementary.

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