MARGARET "PEGGY" TRAPP

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Trinity United Methodist Chr
1205 Dolley Madison Blvd
McLean, VA 22101
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Margaret Ann Mason Trapp "Peggy"  

Passed away on December 29, 2018. She was 81 years old. She was born in Abingdon, PA., on July 30, 1937. Her parents were the late Benjamin Stanley Mason, Dorothy Marie Newhard and Anna Worthington. Sister of Mary Louise Fadden and Robert Walter Mason (deceased). She lived in Yardley, PA., the majority of her childhood, attended Pennsbury High School and graduated in 1955.
She relocated to Washington, DC, in 1959 with RCA, where she was employed as a secretary in the Patent Attorney offices. She was married to William Francis Trapp of Falls Church, VA., for 50 years.
She was the mother of Molly Weidner (Mark) and Megan Keane (Kenneth) and Bobo to Madison and Mason Weidner and Parker and Wyatt Keane. In addition, she was Aunt Peggy to many.
She was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church and resided in McLean, VA., since 1968.
Peggy was a devoted wife and mother. She volunteered for many organizations over the years. She was active in her church - she sang in the church choir, was involved with community theater, participated in Crafts for a Cause, and made NICU isolettes for George Washington Hospital. Everything Peggy did was with love for the people she served. She was an amazing cook, seamstress, and crafted many projects. She will be missed greatly by her family and friends.
A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, January 12, at 1 p.m. at Trinity United Methodist Church, 1205 Dolley Madison Blvd., McLean, VA. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Honduras missions at Trinity United Methodist Church.

Published in The Washington Post on Jan. 6, 2019
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