BLAGDON, Katrina (Trina), Sup Tech (Retd), RCLS

BlagdonIt is with great sadness and heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our dear Trina on May 4, 2022 at the young age of 38.  She leaves behind her two boys Barry and Brayden, her parents Bonnie and Shawn, her siblings Kelly (Donny) Shelly, Stephen (Jenelle) and Katy (Joey) (Grandparents David and Sandra) her niece Marina and three nephews, Riley, Lucas and Maddyx and many friends as well as her fur babies Henry, Baloo and Denver.

Trina was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia on April 13, 1984.  Although she remained a Maritimer at heart she settled in Ontario following a career as a Supply Tech in the Canadian Armed Forces.

As an avid traveller, both with work and in her personal time Trina was able to spread her infectious laugh and kindness throughout the world.  We are all better for knowing her and the profound loss will be felt by many.  In accordance with Trina’s wishes, cremation has taken place.

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