Trina Leanne Kelly

Trina Leanne Kelly, 53, a resident of Houston, Texas passed from this life, Wednesday, February 15, 2017, surrounded by her loving family. She was born in Baytown, Texas to proud parents, Isaac and Levita Butcher on December 18, 1963.

Trina was a loving and caring wife, mother, grandmother, and homemaker. She was a member of the Sagemont Church.  She will be missed by numerous friends and family.

In Trina’s honor there will be a visitation, on Friday, February 17, 2017, at Crowder Funeral Home Chapel in Dickinson, Texas from 6:00 – 8:00 pm. A funeral service will be held on Saturday, February 18, 2017, in the chapel at 1:00 pm followed by internment at Galveston Memorial Park Cemetery in Hitchcock, Texas.


  1. Friends,
    I sent this message below out to our Church Family and Friends last Wednesday afternoon. I wanted to share this with all of Trina’s Family and Friends:


    Trina Kelly was lifted away from here this Wednesday morning. Last Sunday evening, I went to see her and her family at the hospice hospital. When I held her hand and then put my other hand on her forehead, the family told her I was there, she came to and began to talk to and about Jesus and saying that she heard from Him. Yesterday evening, she came to, and told her husband Terry and the family that Jesus came to visit her and that He said He would be coming to get her this morning at 7 AM. At 7 AM Eastern Time, she simply quit breathing and her Spirit was lifted from her. Every time Trina was hospitalized she would say: ” I can’t wait to get better and get out of here and get back home”. The last few days, or for almost a week, all she talked about was going to Heaven to be with Jesus. Yesterday when she came to, she talked about the need to get properly dressed with the dress, her makeup and the hairdo which she had chosen for leaving on her trip Heaven. As I previously mentioned, she told her family the Lord Jesus visited her yesterday night and told her He would come get her this Wednesday morning. He kept His Word. Trina left this morning (2/15/17) and quietly stepped into her eternal home with Jesus at 7 eastern time.
    During my visit last Sunday evening, Trina’s sisters shared that Trina’s favorite song in church has always been “There’s Power in The Blood”. I was able to play that song for her from ITunes and I also initiated an open and informal, formal Bible Study in her presence. It was a sweet time of fellowship with the family speaking about our eternal hope with Jesus. Trina truly believed and the confession out of her mouth whether sedated or in and out of coma was about her expectation as she waited for the Lord to come and get her. I have to tell you that in her sickness and pain, I have never seen as better witness for our Lord Jesus Christ. The impact of the reality of her faith and expectation to be with the Lord in Heaven not only spoke volumes, powerfully to her family, I was actually jealous of her faith and expectation.
    My sweet and Wonderful Friends, Terry Kelly and Family have asked that I speak at her funeral. As a man with his faith in our Lord Jesus Christ, I have been privileged to handle many funerals for close friends and family. I have also visited them in their last days prior to their departure to Glory. None of the previous wonderful people I have been privileged service in this manner have had the
    great impact on my faith as Trina’s example in the last hours of life here on this side.
    Please share with all our prayer partners, family members and friends. When I know what and where her Life Celebration Service is, I will share it.

    Thank you,

    David, Jr. Martinez
  2. I thank of all of the times I hav spent with Trina and Terry at the ball field at the deer lease, at Garner and the Frio River and their home while I was at work. Trina always offered to feed me and I could never say “no” it was all ways a great meal. Most of all her chicken & dumplings. I loved Trina as a sister and a great friend. She will always be in my thoughts and prayers as will her GREAT husband Terry.
    I Love you guys..

    Kurt Rogers
  3. During times like this, we hope it helps to know that family and friends from near and far are thinking and praying for you and your family. We are here for you if there is anything we can do to ease the load. May the Lord comfort you during this time and in the days to come. Stay encouraged and keep the faith!

  4. Praying for you during this time. Look to the Lord. He will guide and comfort you.

    Stephanie Stoker
  5. Trina will be Truly missed by All, inculding her Beau Rue Family. Her Memory will live on forever and will never be forgotten down here at the Bay. We send our payers out to Trina…and especially out to Terry and rest of family…we all know for sure that Trina is now at peace will our Lord in Heaven…God Bless with love and Prayers*

    David & Nancy O'Daniel
  6. Billy and I are touched by the way Trina went home to be with Jesus! what a beautiful testimony! The very end she is still an awesome witness for our Lord Jesus Christ! She is truly an angel!!! Love you guys!!! Billy & Connie Biela

    Connie Biela
  7. My Aunt Trina was an amazing woman. She was always willing to help anyone. She inspired so many people and they loved her for it. She has helped everyone of her nieces and nephews in one way or another. She always remained close to us. I loved her dearly, and I will miss her so much. I know she is healthy again and that makes me happy. But it isn’t goodbye, I will see her beautiful smile again. R.I.P my new beautiful angel.

    Tandy Butcher

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