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Who was trinity

Trinity was born weighing 3 pounds and an ounce on May 2001with a rare form of primordial dwarfism. She grew to be only 29 inches tall.  Although small in stature, she had an enormous spirit that captured the hearts of everyone who came into contact with her. Wherever Trinity went, she was laughing, singing, and helping to make others feel happy. She truly loved and cared for everyone she met, and her kindness was boundless.

At an early age her family came to Fernandina Beach where she attended Southside Elementary, Emma

Love Hardee and St. Michael Academy. Throughout her life, Trinity became the unofficial greeter

at Elizabeth Pointe Lodge and Seaside Amelia Inn where her mother served as General Manager. 

She enjoyed interacting not only with the guests but with the staff as well. She was always present

at The Ritz-Carlton events, whether it be riding in the dignitary cars in the Shrimp Festival Parades,

attending the annual Christmas parties or just showing up at work with her father. Trinity was a 

passionate supporter of the Katie Ride for Life and Katie Caples Foundation. Not only was Trinity

a supporter of Katie Ride for years but in one selfless act she became a donor herself. She enjoyed summer camp at Fernandina Beach YMCA and attending the Boys & Girls Club events. Trinity had her first communion at St. Michael Catholic Church with her friends and school mates. In addition to being a member of St. Michael Church, she was a member of the choir at St. Michael Academy. Wherever Trinity went, she left making others feel happy and better about their particular situation. 

Trinity's Hobby

  • Art

  • Watching Movies

  • Singing

  • Dancing

  • Acting

  • Reading

Favorite Color

  • Purple

  • Pink

  • White

Trinity's Favorite Food

  • Spaghetti

  • Salad

  • Strawberries, Grapes & Banana

  • Filipino Food

  • Chicken Nuggets & Fries

  • Broccoli

  • Noodle Soups

  • Cheerios

  • Homemade Chicken Soup

Favorite Movie/Series

  • Wizard of Waverly Place

  • The Lemonade Mouth

  • Despicable Me

  • Toy Story

  • Frozen

  • The Incredibles

  • Sponge Bob

  • Monster Inc.

  • High School Musical

  • Teen Beach Movie

  • Phineas & Ferb

  • Jessie

Not long after Trinity past away, her best friend, Kate Bogush wrote a letter to the Principal of St. Michael Academy

Dear Mrs. Stewart,

I saw the Golf Tournament form and though of Trinity. I was 

wondering if we could plant a Trinity's tree in honor of our sweet

friend Trinity. The tree will represent how big things come in a small package, like how a big beautiful tree can grow from a small 

seed. As the tree grow it represent how Trinity grew in love for 

all of us. Since her favorite color was purple, we could plant a Jacarnda

tree. It grows in sandy soil and hot sun. Don't worry I will pay for this

tree. It will be like a donation for Trinity, the sweetest girl in school 


Kate Bogush

Ramiro Sicre with Florida Public Utilities was incredibly generous and purchased the tree. It was planted by Scott, the school staff and 7th graders of St. Michael Academy. With the parents, board members of the Trinity Love Hoblit Foundation and the community's involvement, Kate's wishes for Trinity were fulfilled. Each day when the children enter the school, they watched Trinity's tree grow and bloom beautiful purple flowers.

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Trinity was very passionate about learning and looked forward to going to school every day not only to spend time with her friends and teachers but to also learn something new. 

Throughout her life, she spent in her parent's work, Trinity was very excited to meet so many people 

where she felt she was making a difference. Her unconditional love for everyone was priceless. 

Trinity's dream was to buy a hotel when she grows up where she can continue to put a smile on everyone's face and work with her parents.

To continue Trinity's passion, dream, and loved for education, the Trinity Love Hoblit Foundation set aside funding to support education and scholarship in her name to fulfill other children's dreams and provide assistance to schools to support students' needs.  

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