December 10, 1969 ~ September 19, 2020

Born in: Los Angeles, California
Resided in: Inglewood, California

Randy Lee Trigg, the second of two children, was born December 10, 1969 in Los Angeles, CA to Robert Lee Trigg and Precious Paulette Wagoner Trigg.

Randy accepted Christ at an early age at Saint Peters United Methodist Church in Compton, CA. The family was highly active at the church and Randy was at different times a member of the children’s choir, an acolyte, and a junior usher. He continued his membership into adulthood.

Randy attended the public-school system in Inglewood, CA. While in elementary school music class, he chose the trumpet and continued playing through adulthood. Randy graduated from Inglewood High. While there, he was on the volleyball team and a member of both the marching and jazz bands. The marching band famously played in the parades for the 80s era Lakers Championship Parades. Randy attended Cal State Fullerton for three years and became a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity. During these years Randy acquired a close set of friends who would be his lifelong brothers. Donald and Miquel, he met on day one of kindergarten. When the three graduated to junior high, they met Abe, Steven, Robert and Johnathan. While at Fullerton, Randy met Rob and he joined the friendship. They are all still close friends to this day.

Randy worked for a variety of industries but loved automotive the most. He was a manager for Hertz for many years but after 9/11 travel took a nosedive and many jobs were eliminated. Randy took this opportunity to go back to college and received a bachelor’s degree in computer science. Upon completion, he thought why stop now and continued his education finally receiving a Master of Business Administration. After graduation, Randy worked in IT before eventually striking out on his own as a Social Media Consultant.

Randy married Marleen Wiley in 2007. They later divorced. During this union, he became a father to a son and a daughter. Becoming a father was Randy’s greatest joy. He absolutely loved his children and was an amazing father.  He loved taking them on adventures tailored to their interests. Quinton, his son loved anything to do with automobiles, an interest he inherited from Randy. They would attend the Long Beach Grand Prix each year and as many auto shows as possible. At home they set up racetracks and raced cars. Kira, his daughter, is an artist. She and Randy visited museums and drew, painted and put together every art and craft set they could find. They both inherited his love of cycling and the beach.  The three would ride along the pacific coast beach paths as often as they could.

Randy was an avid sports fan. He rooted for the Cleveland Browns, the Lakers and the Sparks, taking his children to LA games occasionally. Randy and both children loved videogames and the three would play for hours on end. They eventually coerced Randy’s sister to join them and the whole family would play together online while many miles apart.

Randy later joined Crenshaw United Methodist Church with his children, and they were active members until his illness. After the traveling distance became too great, Randy and his children began attending Inglewood United Methodist Church down the street from his residence.

Randy’s final days were filled with visits from Marleen and his children, family, long-time friends, and his two Pastors. Randy was loved by many and the outpouring of love to him was apparent. After a sustained illness, Randy died peacefully surrounded by loved ones.

Randy was preceded in death by his father, Robert Lee Trigg.

Randy leaves to cherish his memory, his son, Quinton Lee Trigg, his daughter, Kira Soren Trigg, both of Inglewood, CA; his mother, Precious Paulette Trigg, of Inglewood, CA; a sister, Aleta Maria Trigg (Jimmy Pittman) of Concord, CA; an uncle, RC Trigg of Flowood, MS; an aunt Jacqueline Addison and uncle Terry Addison of Los Angeles, CA; an aunt Melba Jackson of Los Angeles, CA; an aunt Deborah Hunter of Kansas City, MO, along with a host of cousins and friends.

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  1. My family and myself will cherish the memories of Randy. I have known him for over forty years. May the blessing of the Lord rest upon his family.

  2. candle 1Randy and I were good friends at the Wood. Class of 88. I will treasure the good times we had. May his soul rest in Power!!! May The God of Peace keep his family. I will miss Randy and will forever keep his family in my prayers. Love Chandra (Edwards) Fluker

  3. candle 8May the Lord surround you and yours with his gentle, loving arms. May he also grant you comfort as you cherish precious memories of cousin Randy and seal them in your hearts. Peace and Blessings to all. Minister Sandra Baker-Wilson,
    Daughter of the Late Rev. John L. Baker, Sr. And The Late Mrs. Leola Trigg Baker

  4. candle 8The Lord will not leave you comfortless. Remembering Randy! The Trigg family….lifting you up in prayer. Love you! God bless you.

  5. candle 3My life is better having known Randy for 30 years. From college where we were frat brothers to riding bikes on the beach years later, I will cherish the memories. We stepped in shows together, went to college parties and built bonds with other friends, frat and sorors. I remember when he worked at AAA insurance. I still have the home owners policy he sold me. Love and miss you bro. PBS 1914 until the casket drops…Theta Upsilon Chapter.

  6. candle 1Randy you will be sorely missed. Peaceful journey dear friend. Heaven just gained another great trumpet player!!

    Comfort and prayer for the family and friends.

    Inglewood High band mate.

  7. candle 1To my Nephew Randy. You truly will be missed. You will always have that special place in my heart. R. I. P. LOVE AUNTIE MELBA

  8. candle 6Randy, you will be truly missed! I will always remember your beautiful smile and your sweet disposition. May God comfort your family and friends. RIP
    Love, Kristian

  9. candle 4I will cherish my memories with Randy, knowing him for over 20 years. He and I could talk for hours at a time and we enjoyed watching Lakers together and talking tennis. He was one of the nicest persons I have ever met and such a giving and caring friend. I will miss him deeply. My sincerest condolences to Randy’s family. Best wishes, Fatima Ford

  10. candle 5It was truly a pleasure to have gotten to know Randy. He will be missed dearly.
    Wishing you peace and comfort doing this hard time.

  11. candle 8Randy and I met in the dorms at CSUF. He was a wonderful person, always kind and considerate. Rest in power dear friend.
    My condolences and prayers to the family.

  12. candle 4Rest in peace cousin. Aunt Precious and Aleta stay strong. And just know you are always in my prayers.
    Love you all.

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