OBITUARY

Justin Anthony Trimm

April 10, 1983June 3, 2018
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Justin age 35, the loving son of Jeff and Melissa Trimm was taken too soon to his heavenly home on Sunday, June 3, 2018. Many family and friends knew him as “Juice”. He loved sports and loved to play Fantasy football. While in high school his first job was at Harold’s Supermarket. After high school he attended ULL in Lafayette and began working for Kirkland’s in the stockroom. Through the years he became an assistant manager, manager and was currently traveling all over the United States opening stores as a Visual Merchandising Manager.

Justin can always make you laugh and there was never a dull moment when he was around. Justin’s smile was contagious; he loved his family, but especially his niece and nephew, who called him “Parrian Justin” but was called “The Sugar King” by their parents, because he always showered them with lots of gifts and candy!!!

Justin will be terribly missed by all who loved him. Left to cherish his memories are his parents Jeffery “Jeff” & Melissa Hebert Trimm; his brother Joshua Trimm and his girlfriend Ashley Foret and her daughter Madysen Foret; his two sister; Meagan Trimm Cubbage and her husband Stephen; their children- his "sugar babies", Blakeleigh and Brantley Cubbage; and Tiffany Minor; his grandparents Maxine Hebert, Sylvia Mattos, James & Diane Hebert, Sarah Belle “Sam” Minor, and Cindy Minor; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends; along with his Kirkland’s work family to whom he has a special bond with.

Justin is greeted in heaven by his grandparents Jude Hebert, Ronnie Trimm, Marie Trimm, and Neil Minor.

A time of remembrance will be Friday, June 8, 2018 from 6:00 pm until 9:00 pm at Hargave Funeral Home. Continuing on Saturday at Holy Cross Catholic Church beginning at 9:00 am until 12:00 pm. A Mass of Christian burial will be at 12:00 pm at Holy Cross Catholic Church. Justin will be laid to rest in The Morgan City Mausoleum.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, June 8, 2018
  • Visitation Saturday, June 9, 2018
  • Mass of Christian Burial Saturday, June 9, 2018
REMEMBERING

Justin Anthony Trimm

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Vicki Beaver

June 12, 2018

Justin taught me so much and did so in such a fun and caring way. His laughter would fill a room and put a smile on any ones face. I knew without a doubt anytime he was around it would be a fun work environment no matter how hard you would be working or how many times I knew I would hear him yell "Beav's" ! Thank you Justin for every single moment, I will cherish them forever!!! You will be missed daily but never forgotten.

Vicki "Beav's" Beaver

Jennifer Lynch

June 11, 2018

I was blessed to work with Justin for many years at Kirkland's. I will never forget his laugh, his smile, or his sincerity when interacting with me and others. He was true diamond. While I know Justin is smiling down on all of us, he will deeply be missed by many.

courtney vassar

June 11, 2018

Justin was truly one of the kindest people I have ever encountered. He was full of energy, wit and humor. The minute I met him I felt like I had known him forever. Prayers and condolences for all those that loved and were loved by Justin.

Tracy Baskerville

June 9, 2018

I had to the opportunity to work with Justin on a few different projects with Kirklands. He was a joy to be around made everybody laugh. He always made the day with his funny jokes and crazy stories. He will be greatly missed by many people. I send my sincere condolences to his famly.

Jackie Levy

June 9, 2018

While only having worked with Justin once, opening a new store in New York, he made a tremendous impact. His love for life and his job were evident to all around him. He was a great teacher and incredibly fun to work with. After opening our store we only had contact through emails but his personality always shown thru. He will be missed terribly. My deepest sympathies to his family and friends.

Tanya Metansingh

June 9, 2018

I had an opportunity to work with Justin twice, and the last time I remember just thinking, not only is he good at his job, but he’s great with people. Such a genuine person, he will be truly missed. May he Rest In Peace. I pray for his family to have strength and comfort through this difficult time.

Floyd and Charlene LeBlanc

June 8, 2018

Sending our sympathy and condolences to the Family. So very sorry for your loss. May Justin rest in eternal peace. Keeping him and the family in our thoughts and prayers.

Debra Bunderson

June 8, 2018

I loved working with Justin he was always so full of life and fun to be around. He a had great sense of humor and always made me laugh. He taught me a lot over the years. He will be dearly missed.

Scott Gidley

June 8, 2018

Justin was one of those guys you always enjoyed working with. You know that it was going to be fun, that you were going to learn somthing and that he was going to make you laugh. He always had an ear to listen to your ideals and he always made you feel that you were important and your contributions mattered. Justin was a great mentor and leader, he found ways to get many teammates to step into leadership rolls that they might never have thought possible. I treasure the energy and excitement that he brought to his work. From his work family, he will be missed and his memory will be cherished.

May Gods grace comfort the Trimm family in this time of need.

God bless.

April Zera

June 8, 2018

My favorite memory of Justin happened last year when we were both in NY. We left the new store we were working on very late but he agreed to go hunt for an authentic NY pizza place with me. Finally, we found one and I was having trouble parking my car in the tiny parking lot. Justin leaped out of his car and parked my car. We ordered our dinner and when I went to pay for our meal with my credit card the man behind the counter said, “Cash only!” I was fumbling around for some cash and Justin pulled out a $20 and paid for our meal. As we sat at one of the two available booths hilarity ensued as we listened to and tried to speak like native New Yorkers behind the counter. This is one of many memories I have of Justin. I will always remember his generous and caring nature, not to mention his Cajun wit. My heart is broken for those who knew and loved him best. Anytime I feel the pain is too much to bear I will try to remember all the fun times I had with him.