Trinity "Chop Chop"
Age 19, on Sunday, January 17, 2021.
Beloved daughter of Shayna Nguyen and Roman Edmunds;
beloved sister of SaNiah, Tristen, Nicholas, and Aurora;
cherished granddaughter of Sherri Bailor and Trong Nguyen, and Lynne Goodwine and Brian Hunt;
beloved great-granddaughter of Jean Noss, Matilda Marie "Grandma Queenie" Maloney, the late Jay Bailor and William R. "Papa" Edmunds;
beloved niece of Mindi Nguyen-Estridge, Megan Nguyen, Britney Goodwine, Darnell "Nell Nell" Goodwine.
Will also be dearly missed by an abundant amount of relatives and friends.
Masks will be required for entry as friends are received SUNDAY 2 pm - 6 pm at TIMOTHY K. SLATER Funeral Services, Inc. (412-381-3337) 425 Brownsville Road, Mt. Oliver, 15210, with a Concluding Service at 6:00 pm.
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From Trinity's family...
"Trinity Elijah Edmunds made her debut to the world on January 16, 2002 to proud parents Shayna Nguyen and Roman Edmunds. As a young child Trinity brought so much joy, happiness, many laughs and memories to her family. She had a very vibrant and contagious personality, that anyone around her could feel it when she was there. As Trinity blossomed into a beautiful and smart young lady she touched so many lives, especially those close to her, whether it was family, friends and sometimes even those who got to know her briefly during her time here on earth. She always left a positive impression on those around her whether it was a smile, a kind word or just a simple friendly gesture, she had a caring and loving heart for just about anyone who came into her life.
When Trinity became a big sister, to SaNiah, Tristen, Nicholas and Aurora, it was then she also became all her sibling's protector. She always made sure that all her brothers and sisters were taken care of and safe. She was also mother hen making sure that they were doing well in school, being respectful and keeping them in line when needed. She loved all her siblings and did so much to help raise each of them in her own way.
As she started walking more into young adulthood Trinity blossomed into her true self. She loved being out with friends and family living life the best way she could but at the end of the day she truly enjoyed being home with family or friends, chilling and watching Netflix. Her personality broke through tremendously as she grew. She spoke her mind, took no crap from anybody and was very open to those she loved. Trinity had expressed to her mother that she had finally decided to go back to school for business because she wanted to be her own boss and run her own company someday. Shayna supported Trinity in her decision and was ready to see her succeed and make a good life for herself.
Although Trinity was taken too soon her family knows that she is happy and safe in the arms of the Lord and will be watching over them until they meet again."
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