After a long struggle with an illness, Trina Frost Henderson peacefully left this life on November 18, 2022, to go be with Jesus in Heaven. She was 74 years old and will be dearly missed.
A Memorial Service for Trina will be held on Sunday, January 29, 2023, at 3:00 P.M. in the Chapel at Hillside Christian Church.
Trina was born in Pampa, TX and raised by her grandparents. She attended West Texas State University in Canyon, TX where she earned a master’s degree in Elementary Education. She was hired by the Amarillo Independent School District where she spent her entire career teaching fourth and fifth grade math. While attending the university, Trina met her first husband, Robert Ashcraft. They started a family together and had two sons, William and John. Her dedication to teaching led to a memorable career. She always had a love for all animals, especially horses. She spent several years as the Assistant Director for the youth dinner theater at Polk Street United Methodist Church. She was a dedicated member of Hillside Christian Church and loved singing in the choir on Sunday mornings. The choir loved the devotionals she would present at Wednesday evening practices. She loved her family and friends dearly and was generous and kind to everyone around her.
Trina was preceded in death by her grandparents, Albert and Edna Rogers of Pampa, TX. Also by her parents, Peggy Ormson of Edmond, OK and Max Frost of Findlay, OH. As well as by her son, William Ashcraft of Amarillo, TX. She was also preceded by her husband, Ken Henderson and her stepson, Alex Henderson, both of Amarillo, TX.
She is survived by her granddaughter, Lennon Gossett, her son, John Ashcraft, the father of her two sons, Robert Ashcraft, and her daughter-in-law, Jennifer Ashcraft, all of Amarillo, TX. She is also survived by her siblings, Benny Ormson and Gabrielle Wackerly, both of Edmond, OK. As well as by her nieces, Shiela Robertson of Piedmont, OK, Teresa Ormson of Moore, OK, and Hannah Cobb of Tulsa, OK. Trina also had a great nephew, Trentin Flacy of Moore, OK. She is also survived by her stepson, Zack Henderson of Moore, OK.