Tristin Jack Plumb of Brenham, passed away on July 6, 2022, as a result of injuries sustained in a tragic accident. The past 16 years with Tristin have been an amazing gift.
A visitation will be held Friday July 15th from 4:00-8:00pm (family will be present from 6-8pm) at the Brenham Branch meetinghouse located at 1400 Niebuhr Street, Brenham, TX. Funeral services will be held Saturday July 16th at 2:00pm at the College Station Texas Stake Center located at 2815 Welsh Avenue, College Station, TX. For those who cannot attend, you may view the livestream starting at 1:45pm. A private burial service for the family members will be held at Oak Rest Cemetery.
Tristin Jack Plumb was born in Brenham TX on May 2, 2006 and lived a wonderful life in this community that he called home. Born to parents Brandon “B.J.” and Adrian Plumb, and the best big brother to Tayte Brandon Plumb, 14, and Jadee Lynn Plumb, 11. He was known by many nicknames, including Twister, T.J., Tristmas (by sister Jadee), and T-Smooth (by his basketball coach).
Tristin had the heart of a servant of the Lord. Since a very young age Tristin was involved in service to his fellow men and exemplified Christlike Love for others. He was baptized and confirmed by his father at the age of 8 and knew he wanted to dedicate his life to learning and living the gospel of Jesus Christ and loving his family. Tristin had a way of extending true friendship to anyone and was never known to have a clash with anyone. His faith was an anchor for him and a guiding force in his life. He exemplified Christlike attributes of love, friendship, patience, humility, optimism, confidence, forgiveness, and hope. Tristin shared his testimony with love and friendship and dreamed of one day serving as a volunteer missionary.
Tristin loved the outdoors and had the lifelong dream of building his own off grid cabin in the Mountains somewhere. He loved nature, hunting, fishing, animals, and being a cowboy. He trained his own weanling colt at the age of 10 and loved to rope. He was good at everything he did and very content with his accomplishments. He had a unique confidence in himself yet was never arrogant. He was a hard worker and always willing to help and learn how to do something.
Tristin loved sports and began playing little league baseball at an early age. He also dabbled with basketball, but his true passion was in playing football. He loved to practice and play football with his brothers in Christ at Faith Academy in Bellville. In 2021 their team won the TAIAO II State Championship. He was a source of strength and positive energy for the team even when not on the field.
Tristin left an incredibly positive impact on the world in his short time here. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Surviving loved ones include loving parents, BJ and Adrian; siblings Tayte and Jadee; grandparents Barry and Kim Hensley, David and Cathy Gouge, Vance and Glenna Plumb; aunts and uncles Jeff Gouge, Renee Mollitor, Katy Allen, Sarah Gouge, Jacob Gouge, Abigail Gouge, Billy Plumb, Jennifer Biggs, Vanessa Zimmer, and TK Plumb; cousins Luke, Bryson, Blaine, Ryder, Harlee, Kade, Ridge, Candon, Jack, Rex, Alice, Emmett, Bailey, and Axel.
We would like to express our deepest gratitude to friends and family near and far, Faith Academy in Bellville, our fellow members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, the Moser family, and our community family. All of you have given so much help and support during this time and it is deeply appreciated.
Pallbearers will be TK Plumb, Luke Zimmer, Bryson Biggs, Blaine Zimmer, Ryder Biggs, and Tayte Plumb.
Honorary Pallbearers will be Tristin’s teammates at Faith Academy of Bellville, and his church friends: Nathan and Noah Figueroa, Travis Woodley, Everett Yates, Dylan Callahan, Preston and Austin Browning, Maury Cano, Luke Wicklein, Asher James, Carter Findeison, Cash Eckermann, Jonah Taake, Landon Snyder, Hohlt Ermis, Tucker Wightman, Nic Carlile, Thomas Angel, Alexander Michel.
The family requests that in lieu of flowers, if you’d like to make a contribution honoring Tristin’s memory, please consider donating to Faith Academy Athletics or The Brenham Branch Missionary Fund of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.