Jacqueline Lee Carnahan ­Trapp

Jacqueline Lee Carnahan ­Trapp went to the arms of the Lord on September 21, 2015, after an extended illness. Jacqueline was born in Seattle on October 20, 1946 to John C. and Alice M. Carnahan. She grew up in Mukilteo and graduated from Cascade High School in 1964. She received a scholarship to the Juilliard School of Music for singing, but became married instead. From that marriage, she had a daughter, Dawn and a son, Ronald (Jamie). By a second marriage she had a son, Michael. In 1992, she took a college English course, where her talent at writing showed itself. She wrote many short stories of her memories of her family, especially her children. Jacqueline was well known for her artistic creations of birthday and wedding cakes, as well as for her gourmet cooking. She was a friend to everyone she met, and everyone who knew her loved her honesty, sincerity and love for life.  She never complained about the many illnesses that came her way, instead she knew there were others who were worse off than she.  Jacqueline always gave of herself freely, without regard for her own needs and never expected anything in return.  Jacqueline was co­owner in four businesses, Jacqueline Farms, Par Four, Trapp’s Inc. and AJM Builders. She was also an accomplished bookkeeper. Jacqueline was preceded in death by her second husband Mike Trapp in 1990 and her daughter Dawn in 2015. She is survived by her sons, Ronald (Jamie) Trapp and Michael Trapp, and her constant companion of 25 years, Chuck Dudley. She is also survived by her Mother, Alice Almgren, 2 brothers, John Carnahan and James Carnahan,11 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren, numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Jacqueline will be greatly missed and always loved.

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