Trina Louise Jolley Simmons, passed away on November 5, 2023, at the Warm Springs Medical Center in Warm Springs, Georgia.
A graveside service will be held on Saturday, November 11, 2023 at 2:00 P.M. in the Old TyTy Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery with Rev. Stacy Phillips officiating. No public visitation will be held.
Trina graduated from Norcross High School in 1985 and she was a remarkable woman who possessed a great wit and an unwavering determination to succeed. Her passion for working with animals was evident in her career as the proud owner of The Paw Spa that she sold in 2017 after becoming ill. Trina had an exceptional ability to connect with animals and care for them with love and compassion. Countless clients entrusted their beloved pets to her care, knowing that she would treat them like her own.
Beyond her professional achievements, Trina will be remembered as a phenomenal friend and sister. She had an incredible sense of humor that brought joy and laughter to those around her. Her wit and funny antics were cherished by all who knew her. Trina's warm heart extended not only to humans but also to animals, which made her a special person in the lives of many.
Aside from her dedication to animals and humor-filled personality, Trina had a passion for cooking. Her culinary skills were unmatched, and her family considered her a fabulous cook. Gathering around the table for one of Trina's meals brought warmth and happiness to everyone fortunate enough to share in those moments.
Trina is survived by her loving family members, Trina's brother and sister-in-law, Robert and Linda Jolley of Jefferson, Georgia; her sisters and brothers-in-law, Ginger and Wallace Bates of Roswell, Georgia; Maxine and Clayton Dailey of Loganville, Georgia; as well as her twin sister, Tina and her husband, Michael Vassak of Seminole, Florida. She is also survived by her longtime friend and fiancé, Scott Cartwright of Manchester, Ga.
She was born on December 2, 1966, in Duluth, Georgia, to the late Alfred Benjamin Jolley, Jr., and Flaura Gwendolyn Webb Jolley, along with her parents, she was also preceded in death by her brother, Jimmy Jolley.
Trina Louise Jolley Simmons will be deeply missed by all those fortunate enough to have known her. Her legacy of kindness, humor, and unwavering determination will continue to inspire others for years to come.
Flowers accepted or donations may be made to Upson County Animal Shelter, 2371 Yatesville Hwy, Thomaston, Ga. 30286.