Mrs. Trena L. Kirby
June 12, 1954 – March 24, 2018
Trena Kirby of Seagoville, Texas, went home to the Lord on March 24, 2018. She was born on June 12, 1954 to Robert and Corene Reid. She is preceded in death by her parents and her sister, Linda Reid Watkins. Family was very important to Trena. She enjoyed family gatherings and events and always looked forward to seeing her grandchildren. Those left with cherished memories of Trena are her loving and devoted husband, Ronnie; her son Randy and wife Krystal; granddaughter Baylee; grandson Klinton; a grandchild who is soon to arrive; brother Tommy Reid and wife Susan of Longview, Texas; brother Jimmy Reid and wife Janice of Hughes Springs, Texas; sister Teresa Mills and husband Dee of New Boston, Texas; brother-in-law James Watkins of Hughes Springs, Texas; aunt Mary Lackey and numerous nieces, nephews and other family loved ones and beloved friends. A memorial service to celebrate Trena’s life will be at 2:00pm. Saturday at Roselawn Funeral Home, Seagoville, Texas.
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- Celebration of Life Saturday, March 31, 2018
Mrs. Trena L. Kirby
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Gail (Stingley) Durbin
April 2, 2018
I worked with Trena at my first job in Dallas at Triangle Pacific in 1980. She came to my bridal shower. She came a few times to The Longhorn Ballroom for country western dancing with my Foxmoor Apt group. Then we both changed jobs, married, lost touch for several years.........until I was going through some photos, then found her on FaceBook 2 years ago. I knew of her health issues, and she knew of my kidney disease/dialysis. We intended to meet up at a coffee shop, but Life and TIME got the best of us. My heart is broken that our visit never happened, but my heart is FULL of reconnecting and knowing of her wonderful married life and of her son , and grandchildren. Rest in Peace dear Trena. I will tell Mark and Leta of your passing, and they will be sad also. Again, we intended to have a work reunion. Love, Gail