Trina Stark


Trina Stark, 45, of Bismarck, passed away unexpectedly on November 18, 2022.

A Funeral Service will be held at 11:00 AM on Wednesday, November 23, 2022 at Tuttle United Methodist Church, Tuttle, ND.   Burial will follow at the Tuttle Cemetery.

Visitation will be held on Tuesday, November 22, 2022, from 5:00 to 7:00 PM at Bismarck Funeral Home with a Prayer Service at 7:00 PM. Visitation will continue at the church one hour prior to the service on Wednesday.

Trina was raised by her Grandparents Floyd and Grace Davenport in St. Anthony, ND, from an early age. Trina loved being around all the farm animals as she grew up and developed a passionate love for all animals, especially cows.

On June 4, 2010 Trina married Eric Stark and to their union, God blessed them with 3 beautiful children, Noah, Sierra, and Isaiah.  And their best friend Charlie, Trina’s beloved German Shepherd.  Together, it was their family dream to someday move to Eric’s families farm in Tuttle where Trina could have her own “moo-moo’s” and an assortment of farm animals to love and take care of.

Trina loved, more than anything, taking care of others, and she did it with patience and kindness.  Trina took wonderful care of Eric, Noah, Sierra, Isaiah, and Charlie and still had more of herself to give.  She was always there to help “Mom & Dad” (Rick & Bobbie) with anything and everything.  She loved when her niece or nephews would reach out to her.  And she loved family gatherings when we were all together.

And still, she had more to give.  Trina decided to pursue her lifelong dream.  On May 13, 2022, Trina graduated and became a Registered Nurse.  Later in the summer she was notified that she had also been named to the Spring 2022 BSC President’s Honor Roll.  Trina enjoyed her job at Sanford Health as an RN until the time of her passing.

Trina’s favorite time was the family time she spent with Eric, Noah, Sierra and Isaiah.  They enjoyed camping with friends at Cherry Lake but most of all Trina loved their family vacations and the trips that she and Eric took together to Las Vegas.

God and Church were very important to Trina.  She, Eric and the kids are all active members at the Tuttle Methodist Church.  Trina enjoyed being involved with the Community Bible School and was also a member of the Church Ladies Circle Group.

Trina will forever be loved and missed by her surviving loved ones, the love of her life Eric, and their children, Noah, Sierra & Isaiah; her Dad (Rick) & Mom (Bobbie) Stark; and her family, Kayla (Brandon) Fitterer, Hayden, Madalynn, & Camden and Misty Stark.  Trina is also survived by her children, Salena, Tanner, Sienna (Daniel), Hunter, and Granddaughter Skylar.

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November 18, 2022
Our Dear Sweet Friend
To Karen & Sharon
We Are So,Saddened
By This Sudden Tragedy 🥲
& So, Surreal 🙏
You Are & Will Be So Dearly Missed
You Were Our Mom, Maggie’s
Angel 👼 , So Kind & Caring
You Will Be Sharon’s Angel 👼

We Love 💗 You,Trina, “Forever “
We Will See You, Again In Heaven
Trina, Pray For Us 💕🙏💕

Eternal Rest Grant Unto Trina Stark
Let Perpetual Light🕯 Shine Upon
Her, May The Souls Of The Faithful
Departed Through
The Mercy Of GOD ❤️ 🙏
May Trina Stark, Rest In Peace.
Amen 🙏

Come Holy Spirit, Come Holy Spirit upon Your Beloved Sons and Daughters in this beautiful family. Father God we ask that You pour out Your healing graces upon each one of them in the loss of their precious Trina. Let them feel Your love Jesus and that of Our Heavenly Mother. Keep their eyes focused on You, Jesus, fill them with hope and peace in knowing we will all be together in heaven. We ask all this in the Name of Jesus, for the Glory of God. Amen
Love and prayers to each and every one of you.

We are so sorry to hear about the loss of Trina. You will all be in our thoughts and prayers.
Janel (Davenport) Eckroth and family

Trina Stark family,
So sad to hear of Trina’s passing. I had the great privilege to get to know Trina while she attended the Nursing Program at BSC. Every morning she came to class she would stop by my desk, and we would chat for a bit. As I got to know Trina our morning chats became a bit more personable and from listening to her talk about her family I could see in her eyes and the expressions on her face how much she loved and valued her family and friends. Trina had a heart of gold not only for her family, but her fellow classmates and those in her care. May your memories of Trina live on in your everyday lives and may the small reminders of her carry you through. Rest in Peace my friend.