Deaths of Three Long-Time Members of the Trinity Community

We have learned of the deaths of three people who were part of the Trinity community for many years.  We are sorry for their loss and are holding their family and friends in our prayers:

  • Willie Dee Cochrum, who had been in a nursing home near her nephew in Bay City for the last 10 years, died last week.
  • Joe Clark, who had been in nursing homes the last five years in San Antonio and Austin, died last week. His graveside service will be conducted by Sid Hall and Richard Bates at the Travis County International Cemetery on Wednesday at 11 am. Directions to the cemetery are: Take HWY 183 and turn west on Martin Luther King Rd. Take 1st left on Webberville (Tannehill). Next take 1st left on Tannehill and go past Norman Page Elementary to Jackie Robinson Rd. Go left and then right on Axel. Cemetery entrance in on the right.
  • Bobby Fishbeck, husband of Mickey and father of Kelly and Casey, died last night (June 27th) in his home in South Austin. Funeral arrangements are pending. We will send out an announcement when we know more details of the time and place for the memorial service.
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Trinity United Methodist Church is not a church that has all the answers, but we do know the source of our hope, healing, and love. Your continued participation is welcome as we seek to serve God through each other, our community, and our world. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or would simply like to talk. Trinity United Methodist Church is a dynamic community of people, who through their trust in God's faithfulness, strive to provide an inclusive, joyful, loving, and caring environment. In this community, people can find spiritual nurture and growth, mutual support of individual needs, and a sense of family. Reaching out through vital and creative worship, people-centered programs, and social and environmental stewardship, this congregation serves the local and global communities.

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