OBITUARY

Margaret "Mrs. T" Trevino

May 8, 1940November 3, 2018
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Margaret Micaela Trevino, better known as “Mrs. T,” was a beautiful and heartwarming woman to all. To her family she was Momo.

Mrs. T was passionate about nursing, and was eager to share that same passion as she taught her students. She worked as a Registered Nurse at DeTar Hospital where she held the position of head nurse of pediatrics for twelve years. While in that role she created the first Pediatrics ICU complete with state of the art equipment. At DeTar she inspired many of the Pediatric Physicians who loved her and respected her throughout her career.

When Margaret accepted a position at The Victoria College she created the first state approved Licensed Vocational Nursing night class and taught over three hundred students. She encouraged her students to apply for scholarships each year. By doing so, she helped them acquire over $12,000 in scholarships and grants so they could continue on in their nursing or other medical programs.

As far as being Momo, she adored all of her seventeen grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Momo will always be in their hearts.

Margaret will always be remembered for the caring and giving person she was.

  • FAMILY

  • Jorge Trevino, Husband
  • Michelle Jacklyn Evans, Daughter
  • Margaret Danielle Escalona, Daughter
  • Sandy Rae, Daughter
  • Jorge Anthony Trevino, Son
  • Jon Terry Trevino, Son
  • Manuela Walker, Sister
  • Sandy Stevens, Sister
  • Patty Weber, Sister
  • Sylvia Nethers, Sister
  • Nick Longoria, Brother
  • Raymond Longoria, Brother
  • Richard Longoria, Brother
  • Pedro Longoria, Father
  • Nicolasa Longoria, Mother
  • Margaret also leaves behind 17 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren to cherish her memory,

Services

  • Visitation Friday, November 9, 2018
  • Rosary Friday, November 9, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, November 9, 2018
REMEMBERING

Margaret "Mrs. T" Trevino

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Alexander Lyster

November 8, 2018

Dear Longoria and Trevino family Members,
This is to offer you our deepest sympathy in your great loss. We were privileged to know, work and socially engage with this wonderful woman, affectionately known to us as "Maggie", for more than fifty years. While no one can replace her, may you find comfort and solace in the memories of a life well-lived. God grant you His peace and consolation at this most difficult time.
Love,
Dr. & Mrs. A. K. Lyster

Félix Regueira

November 6, 2018

An extremely caring head of pediatrics nursing at DeTar Hospital for many years, with whom I had the privilege to work along side, to care for our patients for several years! May her soul R.I.P.! May the Peace of the Lord be with the whole family and specially with her dedicated husband of so many years! My dear friend Joe!

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Biography

Margaret Micaela Trevino, better known as “Mrs. T,” was a beautiful and heartwarming woman to all. To her family she was Momo.
Mrs. T was passionate about nursing, and was eager to share that same passion as she taught her students. She worked as a Registered Nurse at DeTar Hospital where she held the position of head nurse of pediatrics for twelve years. While in that role she created the first Pediatrics ICU complete with state of the art equipment. At DeTar she inspired many of the Pediatric Physicians who loved her and respected her throughout her career. When Margaret accepted a position at The Victoria College she created the first state approved Licensed Vocational Nursing night class and taught over three hundred students. She encouraged her students to apply for scholarships each year. By doing so, she helped them acquire over $12,000 in scholarships and grants so they could continue on in their nursing or other medical programs.
As far as being Momo, she adored all of her seventeen grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Momo will always be in their hearts.
Margaret will always be remembered for the caring and giving person she was.