A MESSAGE FROM THE FAMILY

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OBITUARY

Trista Haley Navarro

August 6, 1975February 6, 2019

Trista Haley Navarro was born on August 6, 1975 and passed away on February 6, 2019.

Services

2 March

A Celebration of Life Service

11:00 am

Altadena Church of the Nazarene

9 W. Mendocino St.
Altadena, CA

REMEMBERING

Trista Haley Navarro

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Benedict Rob

February 18, 2019

Trista, you brought so much joy into my life. You left way too early. I met you the first day I arrived in the US many many years ago and we've been friends ever since. We built happy memories together and I cannot thank you enough for everything you've done. I cannot imagine a world without you in it. You have a special place in my heart forever. I love you and I will miss you so much. R.I.P.

Chuck Sheetz

February 18, 2019

I’m filled with memories of working with Trista during times when we put in many, many hours to complete some ambitious and difficult projects. She was always ready to help and she managed to stay positive when others were feeling worn down. I feel very lucky to have known her. She was special.

Steve Estes

February 12, 2019

I served as a chaplain at Hope Catering while Trista worked there. She was a busy worker, but always very gracious and kind when I made my visits. I was saddened by the tragic news of her passing.

Chaplain Steve Estes

Britney Chondropoulos

February 8, 2019

My Visit to California while I still lived in Arizona, we have a lot of fun, helped out at her work, spent time with her and Kaitlynne, got her to like colored make up. It was a fun few days being there!

Chance Raspberry

February 8, 2019

I met Trista when I first started working on The Simpsons. She was definitely one of the hardest-working people I'd ever met. As our good friend, Mike Anderson, suggested, Trista was the indisputable backbone of the studio for many years and no matter what was needed, she made it her personal mission and got it done. And yet, she always took the time to stop what she was doing and make sure you knew that you were being heard, appreciated, and cared for. Trista always went above and beyond to tend to the needs of others and make sure things got done right - she went out of her way to let you know she cared. Her loving, caring nature was reinforced outside of work when I randomly bumped into her one night at a food truck I was stalking. It was the first time we had met or talked outside of work like real friends. She was so kind and happy that it was impossible not to smile and feel great while talking with her, and even outside of work, she still wanted to know I was okay, how I was doing, and what was going on in my life. That's always meant and always will mean a lot to me. Thank you for adding light to my life, Trista! You will always be loved, missed, and remembered. We mourn your loss and celebrate your life together, not alone - we are all here for each other, just like you were always there for us. God bless and keep you now and always, Trista. We love you!

Mike B Anderson

February 8, 2019

Trista and I have been friends for 15 some years. We started as work friends and quickly became real friends. I relied on Trista for so many things. Whatever I needed, she made it happen. I loved her personality and enthusiasm so much, we started working together on creative projects outside of our job. One sentence I never heard from Trista was, “I can’t do this.” The opposite was true – she would jump into every situation saying, “I can do this and that and anything else that’s needed.” Trista was a force of nature and if she said she could do it, I knew it would get done. I'm so glad I had the privilege of being her friend. I miss you dearly Trista...
Rest in peace.

Bernadette Chapman

February 8, 2019

We love you Auntie, Sister, God Mom Trista! You were there for all of us no matter day or night, lending a helping hand or a listening ear or just giving your advice or opinion. You were my bridesmaid, you & mom made the cake and ensured my day was perfect. From preparing my hair to fastening my necklace you made sure every detail was handeled. You know you never did anything halfway you gave 100% of yourself in everything you did. You were selfless and thoughtful of others when others were too busy for you..yeah I'm guilty of not being there when you needed me but I know you are smiling and saying Girl please don't sweat the small stuff. But that's what many of us will miss the most is the small stuff you did for all of us!! You know you are already greatly missed! You will forever me in our hearts and memories. We will be comforted knowing you are "smiling" and happy in God's hands. No more worrying, pain or dealing with life's trials & tribulations. Trista you made it! Heaven is rejoicing to have recieved such a special loving & caring Angel😇

Bernadette Chapman

February 8, 2019

Catalina Combs

February 8, 2019

Anytime Trista was around was a good time. Her smile was contagious! She will be missed. Love you. Xoxo

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