Sarah Ann Trevino

Sarah Ann Trevino, of Seabrook, Texas, passed away on Monday, September 5, 2022 in Webster, Texas at the age of 48. Sarah was born on August 26, 1974 in Victoria, Texas to Arturo and Anita Gonzales.

Sarah loved to spend quality time with her family and friends, and listening to music. She loved to sing with her karaoke machine when she had people over. Sarah also enjoyed spending her weekends at the house with her kids watching movies in the living room, with her popcorn and pickles. And of course, she would always find time to watch her Texans on Sunday (when they were playing). Sarah worked as an RN at MD Anderson providing care and treatment to those who needed it most. She was very proud of what she did for work. Sarah will be remembered by many people as a kind and loving person, she was always willing to sit down and share a conversation with anyone.

She was preceded in death by her Grandparents, Guadalupe and Maria Gonzales. As well as Juan and Francis Garcia.

Sarah is survived by her Parents Arthur Gonzales, and Step-Mother Debra Gonzalez, and Mother Anita Garcia. Her many Brothers and Sisters, and her 3 Children, Nadia, Noel, and Diego Trevino, their father Paz Trevino III as well as many other loving close relatives.

A Funeral Ceremony will be held on Wednesday, September 14th at 12pm Noon at St. Paul Catholic Church, 18223 Point Lookout Drive, Nassau Bay, Texas 77058. Interment will follow at Mt. Olivet Cemetery, 7801 Gulf Fwy, Dickinson, TX 77539


  1. You will always be my little sister. I love you to the moon and back. You were an incredible inspiration of strength, perseverance, and faith. I will cherish our many, many memories and you will always be alive in our home. Your kids had an incredible momma. They are incredible kids because of you. Your spirit lives on in them. Rest in heaven Sarah, you were always an Angel on earth.

    Diego, Noel, and Nadia–Tia and Don Paul are always here for ya’ll. We love you and are praying for you and the whole family.

    Cheri Trevino
  2. Everyday that I wake up it just doesn’t seem real. The emptiness that I feel is a part of me that left the day you gained your angel wings. You were and will always be my biggest inspiration and my big sister! Sarah no words can’t explain how much I miss you. I’m forever thankful and grateful for the time God allowed us to have you on this earth. The kids will always be welcomed in all our homes anytime of day and night. I’ll miss our laughs and our jokes. I promise to keep your memory alive and to always be there for my niece and nephews. This isn’t goodbye it’s until we meet again. I love you always! Your little sister Malinda 😢❤️

    Malinda Garcia
  3. Para mi princesa !!! We will always carry you in our heart’s you will a Greatly be miss . We will be here fore your loving babies . Thanks fore your caring and loving ways . Fly high Sarita . I love you 😘 Debra and Daddy

  4. I’m going to miss you sister, you’ll forever be in our hearts. Our beautiful guardian angel.
    Love Brenda, Josiah and Jonah

    Brenda Gonzales
  5. I met Sarah at an ACTS retreat and in her I saw “the face of Jesus”. She has touched so many people and lives have been changed by her love and acceptance of others. I know she is singing with the Angels and enjoying the love and happiness she has earned. You will always be missed.

    Janet Sandridge
  6. We will always remember Sarah as part of our family. Loved her like a daughter and will always remember her trying to get me to get a pedicure and “smelly” things from Bath and Bidy works. Will always cherish her cards expressing her love for me. Rest in peace Sarah you did a good job with the kids.

    Patty Soto

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