Trinidad Pimentel

July 31, 1940 - September 21, 2013
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On Saturday September 21, 2013, Trinidad “Big Daddy” Pimentel, went to be with our Lord. He was a retired longshoreman with the ILA Local #20. He was a Christian and a member of Sinai Church. He enjoyed reading the bible and listening to Oral Roberts and Billy Graham. He enjoyed his retirement time, going fishing with his best friend Johnny Loredo.

He was preceded in death by his loving wife Linda Pimentel and his father, Vicente Pimentel.

He is survived by his mother, Ernestina Martinez; his siblings: Patricia Benavidez, Rose Martinez, and Johnny Martinez; his children: Bradley Traylor, Deborah Pimentel, Rebecca Pimentel, and Michele O’Doherty; adopted son and grandson, Evan Pimentel; grandchildren: Savannah Traylor, Elizabeth Traylor, Ashley Traylor, Baileigh Traylor, Edison Salcido, and Eliot Salcido.

Visitation will held Thursday, September 26th at Malloy & Son Funeral Home from 5-7 pm. Funeral services will be held on Friday, September 27th at 10:00am at Lighthouse Family Church Assembly of God, 4628 Avenue Q, in Galveston. Burial will follow at Galveston Memorial Park in Hitchcock.

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Born: July 31, 1940
Died: September 21, 2013

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Patricia Munoz posted on 11/30/-1

Trini you were liked and loved. I'll never lose the memory of you laughing and wanting to make everyone happy. Always feeding the hungry and consoling the troubled and sad. Trini will not be forgotten by anyone who had the blessing of knowing him...the light has always shined strong from him and still does. My Mother always told me stories about his kindness, patience and need to help and protect. I wish I could be there...I wish I had more contact with Trini, he was and still is an awesome being. *Hugs to everyone* Very sorry for the loss of your loved one and I hope everyone heals...Trini will never leave our hearts.

 

Patricia Munoz posted on 11/30/-1

Trini you were liked and loved. I'll never lose the memory of you laughing and wanting to make everyone happy. Always feeding the hungry and consoling the troubled and sad. Trini will not be forgotten by anyone who had the blessing of knowing him...the light has always shined strong from him and still does. My Mother always told me stories about his kindness, patience and need to help and protect. I wish I could be there...I wish I had more contact with Trini, he was and still is an awesome being. *Hugs to everyone* Very sorry for the loss of your loved one and I hope everyone heals...Trini will never leave our hearts.

 

Domingo Lopez posted on 11/30/-1

To my Sister-in-law Deborah and Brother Felipe, your loss is one that will take you on a journey that you're not alone in. Though it may seem like that at times, God has promised that He would not leave you or forsake you. Hold on to that promise through the days ahead and even more so when they may seem gloomier. You all are in our prayers. Sincerely, Lopez Family

 

Karen Look posted on 11/30/-1

Trini, you will be missed. You were the best neighbor. Deborah, Rebecca and Michelle, John and I are so sorry for your loss. May you be comforted by your memories of the good times.

 

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