November 30, 1943 ~ September 13, 2016


Resided in: Fairview, NC

Trena Christine Wright, 72, of Fairview, died Tuesday, September 13, 2016 at Fleshers of Fairview. She is the daughter of the late William H. and Mary Israel Stewart and was an LPN at Fleshers Nursing Home for many years. She is preceded in death by her husband, Clayton Wright and a son, Steven Goforth. Survivors include a son, Kevin Goforth (Dawn) of Pennsylvania; daughter, Tonya Goforth of Fairview; eight grandchildren, Kelly Marlowe (Jon), Jacob Goforth, Amanda Hylemon (James), Timothy Back, Hannah, Elijah, Samuel and Gabriel Goforth; one great grandson, Logan Marlowe; brother, Michael Stewart of Anderson, SC; sisters, Sandra Stewart of Gulfport, MS, Linda Smith of St. Louis, MO and Karla Green of High Point. She also had many nieces and nephews who loved her very much. A funeral service will be held Thursday at 1:00 p.m. at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church with Rev. Anthony Roberts officiating.Burial will follow in the church cemetery. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service. Groce Funeral Home on Tunnel Road is assisting the family.

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  1. You were an amazing woman. I love you so much, rest in peace my beautiful aunt. I know grandma, papaw, and Clayton are happy to see you. You are already missed.

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  2. It was an honor to take care of such a wonderful woman. Although I didn’t get to work with her my life is better that I had you to take care of. You will be missed.

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  3. I had the pleasure of working with Trena for years at Fleshers Nursing Home. She was a wonderful, kind lady. My deepest sympathy to her family and friends.

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  4. We had the pleasure of working with Trena for many years at Flesher’s. She was always upbeat, with a good sense of humor. Her co-workers and her residents liked and respected her. Our thought and prayers go to her family.

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  5. I was so lucky to have had the pleasure of working with Trena & Clayton. I loved them both and they will always be remembered. To the family, you’re all in my thoughts and prayers.

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  6. Trena was always a happy and gentle woman. She was a trusted LPN. Meaning, (as me being a CNA and working with her), if there was a problem on the hall or with a resident I could count on Trena to lend the ear to listen and to readily offer her compassion to care enough to follow through on whatever needs arose. Cheers to a wonderful Nurse. Thoughts and prayers to all the one’s that Trena has touched and loved. RIP.

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  7. I remember her as a hear friend, we talked many times on the phone and in person. She was considerate and stern when the need arose. She will be greatly missed.

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