Once you request the services of Trinity Funeral Service, we will immediately put our experienced funeral professionals to work for you. A single, dedicated individual will stay in contact with you every step of the way and guide you through the decision-making process. He or she will carefully explain your options, make recommendations at your request, take care of all the small details, and ensure that you and your family’s personal touch is always present.
I was reared in LaGrange, NC, by my parents Herman (Foot) and Chole Perry Best. I started in the funeral service at the age of 10, helping my Uncle, Marilyn Richardson at Rouse Funeral Home. My parents always taught me and my siblings to work hard for whatever we wanted, and I always had the desire to be my own boss. So, at a young age, I became an entrepreneur. After cultivating the land for cucumbers, I was able to hire my own staff and make my own money. Afterwards, my brother and I started our lawn and maintenance service. Later on, my brother and I started Best and Best Vault Company, now known as Quality Vault, behind my mom’s house. The labor and the work of trying to perfect the art of making a concrete burial vault were incredibly challenging, but we kept the faith, and the hard work paid off. I now can say that with the help of God in everything that I have done, I am blessed to be able to combine Quality Vault with Trinity Funeral Services. It brings me great pleasure that we will be able to serve all walks of life. Ensuring that their loved one will be buried with dignity. This is only the beginning of our journey and God had blessed us. We have had some ups and downs, but our will to win, keeps us grounded.
I received my foundation on how to live, through the teachings of my parents Criss and Margaret Morgan Kinsey in Trenton, NC. At a young age, I was taught the value, responsibility, and accountability of work. Not only is it important to remember where you came from, but also to give thanks for where you are now. Previously, I worked at a hospital for 30 years in registration. This experience not only assisted in building my work ethics but also is responsible for my hospitality skills, and my commitment and dedication to my career. I have learned and operate under the belief that everyone should be treated with respect. It was these and other qualities that I developed during my tenure at Fayetteville Technical Community College, from which I graduated in 2018. Further advancement occurred in September of 2019, when I became a licensed funeral director. I truly thank God for his wisdom and my husband for his support throughout this journey.