Rebecca Lynn Trimble


November 21, 1955 ~ January 1, 2022 (age 66)

Becky was a resident of Morgan’s Point and was characterized not only as being an extremely loyal friend but also by her gift of giving. These characteristics were made self-evident and manifested in her ability to create lifelong-friendships.

Becky was a Registered Nurse. Her career included many positions and roles within the medical community. She taught nursing at Tarleton State University in Stephenville Tx where she helped many students find the passion writing themselves for their chosen career. She landed eventually with the Veterans Administration where over the years she excelled in multiple duties with the VA Hospital and from which she eventually retired.

In retirement, Becky had a zeal for life and seeing what all it had to offer. If you knew her well you were sure to know that she loved travelling, which she often did on her own throughout the country, and she also loved her devoted pets Little Man the dog and Kitsy the cat which obviously had her wrapped around their little paws.

Becky was born in Dallas, Tx. to Homer G. Trimble and Dorothy Hancock Trimble. She was preceded in death by both parents as well as her brother Richard Trimble. Rebecca is survived by: Sister Jan Frey from Plano Tx Half Brother Kenneth Trimble from Gordon, Texas And Half Brother Jerry Trimble from Sulphur Springs, Texas Many friends and neighbors have been touched by her friendship in so many ways. She will truly be missed.

In Remembrance of Rebecca “Becky” Trimble and spreading of the ashes.

Please join us as we remember Becky and spread her ashes at her cherished family farm. This Saturday at 2 pm at 39815 FM 914,Hico,TX. If you knew Becky you were told often of her love for this place, it would mean a lot to us as we allow her to be laid to rest in a place that she found so much peace.  We welcome you to come and say a few words of how she affected your life or told you of this special place and what it meant to her. We are all eternally better for having her in our life and this time together will allow us to say our final goodbye to her earthy body and hello to her spirit as we release her to her sanctuary.

Service Information


June 18, 2022
2:00 PM
The Family Farm
39815 FM 914
Hico, TX 76457

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