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Trenna Ione Lydolph, 57, passed away peacefully on Monday, Aug. 27, 2012, in Show Low, surrounded by her loving family. Funeral services were held Sept. 1 at the Love Lake LDS Chapel. Burial was at the Taylor Cemetery.
She was born on Sept. 9, 1954, in Mesa to William Gaither King and Dorothy Hall King.
Trenna was a loving wife and mother, but especially she was a loving grandmother. She was a person who loved all children, her dogs, working in her yard, playing volleyball and being in the outdoors.
Jeff and Trenna were the very best of friends! Jeff fell in love with her the first time he saw her. They did everything together. You never saw one without the other. Jeff says that he pursued her relentlessly and never gave her a chance to say no! They were married on June 13, 1970, and were sealed in the Mesa Temple on their anniversary, June 13, 1992. For 42 years Trenna was the most wonderful wife, mother, and grandmother there ever was.
Trenna was such a loving person. She loved all of her family and friends, but she especially loved children. One of her favorite sayings described her feelings perfectly: “A hundred years from now no one will remember how much money I had in the bank, what kind of car I drove or what kind of job I had. But I will be remem-bered as someone special because I made a difference in the life of a child.”
Survivors include her husband, Jeff of Taylor; her children, Kelly Lydolph (Ira Jacobs) of Lakeside and Shon (Amy) Lydolph of Snowflake; three grandchildren, Daymon, Brendon and Haylie; her brothers and sis-ters, Lloyd (Loretta) Kay of Pinetop, Dorothy Lamb of Snowflake, Emily (Glen) Roberts of White Mountain Lake, Margo (Robert Fuller) of Queen Creek and Rolf (Gail) Kay of Vernon; and many beloved nieces, neph-ews and in-laws.
Owens Livingston Mortuary of Snowflake was in charge of the arrangements.