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Paula and I became fast friends in high school 20 years ago in Virginia. I have so many stories I could tell - but I'll just mentioned two that sum it all up.

The March after she moved to NY, I drove up from VA to visit her. It was St. Patrick's day and we decided to take the train into the city to enjoy festivities. This must have been the last gasping breath of using tokens for the train,

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Posted by: Sara Mallory - Hamilton, VA - Friend   Feb 20, 2015

I also thought of Paula as a daughter. I met Paula when my son brought her home. I love her the first time I met her. I would have love to have her for a daughter in law but, she would have just been my daughter. Paula had a way that you just would fall in love with her.
I will remember our long, long talks on the phone. The time we went to Story Land. I had more fun

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Posted by: Darline Tracy-Bellows - Anderson, SC - Friend   Feb 20, 2015

Paula was such a great friend, I will cherish her great smile and laughter and spirit for life. Go to God Paula because he surely needed an angel as perfect as you.


Posted by: christian powers - Gorham, ME - friend   Feb 20, 2015

I am so sorry! I remember the day Paula was born, what a beautiful baby she was, and so much more.


Posted by: Aunt Jay Lyn    Feb 20, 2015

Paula you will be greatly miss. I will always remember the great times we had together. Our long talks on the phone. How happy you were when you found out you were going to have a baby. I didn't think you could smile any brighter but you did. Rest in Peace.


Posted by: Darline Tracy-Bellows - Anderson, SC   Feb 20, 2015

My thoughts and prayers are with Paula and her family. Paula worked with me in Portland Maine for some time . Paula had the most infectious smile, she was smart as a whip and truly lighted up a room. It was durning this time we learned she was pregnant. From the moment she learned she was going to be a mom her world became the focus of what would be her greatest accomplishment her beautiful son Gavin. Paula was the

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Posted by: Julie Sinclair - Windham, ME - Co worker and friend   Feb 20, 2015

My dear Paula, may you rest in peace. You will be greatly missed. You were always such a wonderful sweet beautiful person and I know you're in heaven. I will miss you so very much. I have such wonderful memories of us and I promise to always cherish them in my heart.I can't believe you're gone cause it feels just like yesterday when we were hanging out and having great times and good laughs. Paula, I love you and I

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Posted by: Raquel trombino - elmont, NY - friend forever   Feb 19, 2015

Anyone who knew Paula will cherish their memories with her and the impact she left on their lives. She was someone whose joy was infectious and whose heart was so fragile. We laughed and cried. We supported and competed. We rode the same tumultuous wave of teenage angst and helped each other best we knew how. So many memories made for a life not nearly long enough.
My deepest condolences to Trimmier Family and all of those feeling this loss.
She is among the Wildflowers.


Posted by: Kori Friedman - Clifton, VA - friend   Feb 19, 2015

Paula, was a nice and sweet young lady. She will be missed from the Single Mom's Bible Study at First Baptist Church of Spartanburg. Gone but not forgotten. Blessings, Latasha Penn


Posted by: A friend   Feb 19, 2015

Paula was one of my best friends in high school at Robinson Secondary. We did everything together before both of our families moved in opposite directions. We reconnected a couple years ago and I'm so happy we did. I know she loved her baby boy so much and as well as her family. She was so happy to be reunited with all of them in Spartanburg, especially so Gavin could meet his Grandma. - Ashley & Mr. & Mrs. Trimmier, I'm so sorry for your loss and I hope you know Paula will never be forgotten. - Love Always, Shana


Posted by: Shana Knight - Herndon, VA - Friend   Feb 19, 2015