In high school, Trina competed in rodeo and was an avid horseman. She loved herding cows on the mountain with her Dad and spending time at the cabin. She played volleyball in high school and college. At the time of her death she was still a serious competitor in volleyball. She was an avid supporter of all of her families participation in their respective sports and activities. Trina’s presence will be greatly missed at all of their sporting events. She was their biggest fan. Her unbelievable talent in gymnastics and sports will leave a huge void in the youth of Cedar City and Enoch.
Trina was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and served many positions in her ward. She was a member of the Enoch 3rd Ward.
Trina was preceded in death by her loving grandparents, Ren and Cleo Taylor of Cedar City and Hazel Strong of Castle Dale, Utah.
She is survived by her father, Bruce Taylor (Kathy Allen) and mother, Sandra (Sandy) Strong Taylor, sister Tiffany Taylor, her best friend and loving husband, Dallas and children, K’Loni Lynn 18, Toni Jo 16, Brayden Lowry 10, and step-son Remington Chase Lowry. Her family was her greatest joy. She leaves behind many wonderful friends and extended family members that will truly miss her.
A fund has been set up at the Mountain America Credit Union to help with expenses. In lieu of flowers you may contribute to "The Trina Jo Taylor Lowry Fund."
A viewing will be held Wednesday, April 4th from 6:00-8:00 pm at the Enoch Stake Center and again from 11:00-12:30 pm on Thursday the 5th at the Stake Center - address 3332 E. Village Green Rd. Funeral services will be held at the Stake Center at 1:00 pm on Thursday, April 5th. (This is the new Stake Center and is located at the corner of Village Green Road and Heather Hue - East of Enoch by the Ridge subdivision.) Interment will be in the Cedar City Cemetery under the direction of Southern Utah Mortuary
Southern Utah Mortuary