May We All Shine Our Light for JESUS as Adrianna Trujillo Did


Adrianna Ramie Trujillo

February 26, 1993 — November 13, 2022

It is hard to type this…… I cried on my way to help officiate Adrianna’s memorial service on Saturday. God has called me to share a bit of her life with you. I met her daddy a year ago this past October at the Men’s Conference at New Beginnings Church in Albuquerque that was put on by Pastors Alfonso and Patricia Antillon and Pastor Ed Solis and his lovey wife Darlene all of Majesty Worship Center. I was honored to be one of the speakers. At the conference Adrianna’s daddy, Gilbert, shared his breakfast with me. We had a wonderful conversation. We started to build a godly relationship. Gilbert and Adrianna’s mother Lynette asked me to be part of the service with Pastor Keith Phifer of Life Church in Rio Rancho. I got to meet with much of the family about a week before the service. I was in awe of the life Adrianna led. I heard story after story how she shined her light for JESUS all of her life, how she saved the life of two people, how she ministered to so many people, how she was such a wonderful and loving prayer warrior. Adrianna was a shining star at Cleveland High School in Rio Rancho in many ways! She was a leader! People saw JESUS in her! Do people see JESUS in you and me? Adrianna reflected JESUS to the world in so many ways.  I have never in my life seen so many people at a memorial service. I was told by the activities director at the school that the auditorium holds 1100. There were more than 1100, as many stood by the side and at the door. I began saying in me message that one of my favorite quotes is from Mark Twain, “Live your life so that at your funeral even the undertaker cries.” Many were. I told the folks to look behind them and see……..I heard gasps. 1100 plus folks came to pay their respects to Adrianna and her precious children and entire family. You can help the three children by taking part in the gofund effort below. I went on to say that Adrianna was a PREACHER! She spoke JESUS all the time! JESUS was at the center of her life! She shared it everywhere she would go and on social media! PTL!! I read a part of a book she had written. It has not been published yet, but by reading a few pages I knew right away she PREACHED JESUS all the time! May you and I do the same. Adrianna helped bring people to JESUS by having the heart of JESUS! In all my years I have never seen so many people attend a memorial and grave side service. That made me cry, why? because she was loved by so many, we all saw JESUS in her. Please pray about helping her children. The link to the gofund is below. God bless the memory of Adrianna!

Adrianna would say, “Who or what are you sold out to!!! Only Jesus Christ.”

Heaven is a prepared place, are you prepared for heaven?

Would you like to have eternal hope? Focus your heart on JESUS as Adrianna did. 1 Tim 4:6. He wants you to bring His will and good to fruition in your life. Even of you find yourself in a seemingly impossible situation, remember He has an entirely different view of the details. And if you let Him, He will take your life, no matter how bruised and broken you are, and make something beautiful out of it.


What does it mean that the light shines in the darkness (John 1:5)? By Got Questions

Adrianna Ramie Trujillo was born on Friday, February 26th, 1993, to Gilbert and Lynette Trujillo. She went home to be with her Lord on November 13, 2022.


Adrianna was mother to Dimitrio, Luna & Zion. Beloved sister to Adam & Elijah, Titi (auntie) to Naomi. Grandfather Joe Prospero Montoya and Rosanna Almarez (Grandma Rosie). Godmother Arlene Santillanes. She will be missed by all her aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, teachers, and coaches. She was preceded in death by her namesake and grandmother Ramie Montoya who she never got to meet in this life, her grandmother Bennie and grandfather Ruben Trujillo, her Uncle Gooey (Louie) Trujillo, godfather Louie Santillanes.


Services will be held on Saturday, November 26th , 2022,  beginning at 10:00 am at the V. Sue Cleveland Highschool Performing Arts Center with Interment to follow at Vista Verde Memorial Park, where she will be laid to rest next to her grandma Ramie.


Nathan D Armijo, Lisa Villareal, Justin D Montoya, Andrew A Archuleta, Jocelyn Trujillo, and Jalynn Navarette will serve as Pallbearers and Cleveland High School 2011 Cheer Team will serve as Honorary Pallbearers.


Please visit the GoFundMe link

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