October 11, 2003 – August 5, 2018
Our family is deeply saddened that our Daughter, Wife, Mother, Sister and Niece Passed away on August 5, 2018 in Vallejo, California. Happily lived to 44 years Happily lived to 14 years Funeral services will be held at Deyoung Shoreline Chapel 7676 Shoreline Drive, Stockton, CA 95219. FUNERAL PROGRAM Friday August 17, 2018 o 11:00AM -12:30PM : Open Casket – Mourning Ceremony o 01:00PM - 05:30PM: Visitation o 05:30PM - 07:00PM: Prayer Session Saturday August 18, 2018 o 09:30AM - 11:00AM: Visitation o 11:00AM - 12:30PM: Prayer Session o 01:00PM - 05:30PM: Visitation o 05:30PM - 07:00PM: Prayer Session Sunday August 19, 2018 o 09:30AM - 11:00AM: Visitation o 11:00AM - 12:30PM: Prayer Session o 01:00PM - 05:30PM: Visitation o 05:30PM - 07:00PM: Remembrance Ceremony Monday August 20, 2018: Closed Casket and Cremation by Deyoung Shoreline Chapel On Behalf of Our Family Husband: Tuan Tran Daughter: Vy T. Tran Mother: Sau T. Tran Older Brother: Lac D. Dao, Wife and Children Older Brother: Luc D. Dao, Wife and Children Older Sister: Hai T. Dao, Husband and Children Younger sister: Loan Thi Dao, Husband and Child Mrs. MAU THI DAO Dharma name: Quảng Nhiệm Born on February 16, 1974 in Thuan An, Hue, VN Juvenilies: TRINH T. TRAN & TRAM T. TRAN Dharma name: Liễu Hạnh & Liễu Tính Born on October 11, 2003 in Vallejo, California.
- Visitation Friday, August 17, 2018
- Visitation Saturday, August 18, 2018
- Visitation Sunday, August 19, 2018
December 23, 2018
I’ve known the trinh since I was in kindergarten... it was such a heart break to find this out it didn’t seem real... the youngest sister ive met but didn’t talk to her but I send out my support to her and I know she’ll do big things... she is watching over all of us I miss her dearly and I love her so so much❤️ I keep her name around and talk about how much I miss her and the old memories we had❤️ She will stay in my heart for ever
August 9, 2018
Bubbly, polite, kind, dedicated to learning and growing and helping others as well. That’s how I remember Trinh as she was a student in my 7th grade English class. She and other wrestlers were so very motivated to be academically successful, to maintain focus and discipline for their sport and for life itself, but I do recall how especially eager Trinh was in encouraging me to get to our school-hosted tournament as early as possible on a Saturday morning. Both she and her sister Tram, while sweet and gentle in everyday interactions, were Wildcat Lady Wrestlers! And I knew I’d see them both wrestle so, of course, I agreed to attend. Trinh said she’d watch for me to arrive. When I did, over she came, oh so very thrilled that I’d come that she made me feel very special indeed. Escorting me to the bleachers, she quickly introduced me to family who also greeted me and made room among them for me . I appreciated that so very much because, besides their warm welcome, Trinh and Tram’s family had some of the best seats in the gym! Well, Trinh and Tran did wrestle — assuming fierce game faces — and, whenever possible between matches, the girls popped over to see how we were all doing, to ask if we wanted snacks, to remind us where the restrooms were, and then be off to once again enjoy being a Lady Wildcat. I know how special they are and will forever be, and I know how they grew up so loving. Trinh will remain in my heart for all the life-affirming joy she shared with everyone. God bless Trinh, bless Tram, and bless their mother — all now in your Glory.