ETA: Hi All,
There is a beautiful online obituary posted for Trisha. You can log in and read the comments and leave your own.
Trisha's sister did an amazing job writing it and her family chose beautiful pictures that show off Trisha's lovely smile.
You can view the online memorial guest book here at Flintoff's
Tuesday August 11th at 1 PM with graveside service following at Upper Hillside Cemetery.
Flintoft’s Funeral Home
540 E. Sunset Way
Issaquah, WA 98027
Speaking officially via flotsomnjetsom
Her family and her spouse would like to request that instead of flowers that donations be made to either The American Diabetes Association or The Lupus Foundation of America.
If you are interested in sending a sympathy.
The Masen Family
700 NW Gilman Blvd. PMB 454
Issaquah, WA 98027
We wanted to do something to let simons_flower's daughter know just what an amazing person her mom was. We want her sister and parents to know how many lives their Trisha touched. I wanted Mr. Simonsflower to know how much we loved her, how much we will miss her, and how many times she made us laugh.
So what do you do here? Post your memories of Trisha. Post pictures-post quotes from her stories.
Your memories can become Jocelyn's, Stephanie (her sister), Jim's (hubby) and her parents memories.
We're going to put the community into book form and send it to Jim to give to Jocelyn.
We want her to know how much we all loved her mom.
The community is flowers4trisha and you can find it here
--Annie, Deena, Minnie on 08/05/2009 08:39 PM 0 Comments
Over the years she has played Hermione to my Ron and to madam_minnie's Harry. I know I will be able to put into words later how much she mean to me but right now the words won't come.
I got a call this morning actually two calls. One from flotsomnjetsom and later one from Jim her husband. I want to emphasize that this isn't a joke or a game and defintley not fake.
Jim found simons_flower this morning on the floor of the bathroom. The EMT's were called but they were unable to revive her. She passed away this morning in her home.
Please keep her daughter in your thoughts and prayers. Please keep her sister and family in your thoughts and prayers.
Trisha was 37 years old. She was an amazing writer, she was fearless, she was my best friend. She made me a better writer, a better person, and she was always there for me.
I don't have any information on funeral arrangements but I will be updating with public post as regularly as I can.
My heart is broken right now and I'll never be the same.
If you want direct emails please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
To all of you who loved Trisha--Remember her laugh. She had the most amazing laugh.
simons_flower helped to start TQP and I don't know what we will do without her.
--Annie on 08/06/2009 09:30 PM