Tweet Ken Robinson, president and CEO of Dr. Phillips Charities, walked out of Council Chambers at Orlando City Hall with a huge smile on his face Monday, Dec. 11, 2017. He turned to Dr. Phillips Charities Chairman of the Board Jim Ferber and said, “Well, we better get to work.” In fact, Robinson, Ferber, other […]
If you were a frequent guest of Infusion Tea, then it’s likely you knew Trisha Camirand. We are sad to report that Trisha passed away Monday, March 6, 2017.
She worked at Infusion for many years, where her bubbly personality shined through. Upon learning of her passing, many Infusion customers turned to Facebook to express their sympathy.
Sonjia Pickle shared, “What sad news! Trisha was an amazing spirit with a kind heart. We bonded over dog talk many years ago. Our trips to Infusion won’t be the same without her.”
“What terribly sad news. She was such a bright light in our CP community. My thoughts are with her family, including her beloved Infusion family, and all lucky enough to cross her path,” said Jackie Carlin.
Many repeated similar sentiments. “We have known her since she worked at Infusion Tea because we frequented it weekly. She was spunky, and always remembered what our tea order was and would get it ready before we could order it,” Ingrid Watson said.
Trisha is survived by her mother Trisha Kanner, stepfather Russell Kanner, and daughter Jazzmyn Camirand. She also leaves behind her beloved grandsons Gabriel and Kai and pets Bentley and Mishak.