Victor “Vic” Trapp

Published 12:00 am Monday, December 28, 2009

Funeral services for Victor “Vic” Trapp, 66, of Anacoco, will be held
Wednesday, December 30, at 11 a.m. at Old Anacoco Baptist Church with Bro. Lloyd Handorf, Bro. Brent Casio and Rev. Ed Chaney officiating. The burial will follow in the Self Cemetery in Hornbeck. Friends may visit Tuesday, December 29 from 4-9 p.m.
in the funeral home and then Wednesday, December 30 from 9 a.m. until service time in the church. Services are under the direction of the Labby Memorial Funeral Home in Leesville.
Vic was the son of A. C. “Trigger” and Retha
McConathy Trapp. He was born January 16, 1943, in Shreveport, and passed away on Sunday, December 27, at the St. Francis Cabrini Hospital in Alexandria.
Vic was a life-long resident of Anacoco where he graduated from Anacoco High
School. He later attended Northwestern State University. He was a member and deacon at Old Anacoco Baptist Church and was a devoted servant of his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, but the most important part of his life, next to his relationship with
his Lord, was his family. Vic truly was an awesome husband, daddy, pawpaw and brother, as well as a Christian brother to many. He cherished the time with his family and friends while hunting, fishing, reminiscing and creating new memories. Vic was
known for his humor and love for his fellow man.
Vic worked for Ace Services in recent years, but many will remember him for his time with Scogin Auto Parts from 1976 until 2002. He also proudly served as a reserve deputy for the
Vernon Parish Sheriff’s Office from 1979 until 1992.
He was preceded in death by his parents and his brother, Milton Reid Trapp.
He is survived by his wife of 33 years, Debbie Martin Trapp, of Anacoco; son, Tim (wife,
Janie) Trapp of Bridge City, Texas; daughter, Shanna (husband, Ron, Jr.) Steed of Denham Springs; sister, Clarine (husband, Archie) Martin of Anacoco; and three grandchildren: Peyton Trapp, Tre’ Steed and Miles Steed.
The family has
requested that memorial donations be made to the Building Fund at Old Anacoco Baptist Church. Words of comfort may be expressed to the Trapp family at