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Remembering Clayton Albert Trapp

Clay Trapp in memoriam
April 28, 2023 at 8:00 p.m.

It is with deepest sympathy we report the loss of a good friend and colleague in the roofing industry, Clayton "Clay" Trapp.

Clay Trapp (42) passed away on February 20, 2023 in Golden, Colorado. Clay was a Sales Manager for Decra Roofing and a constant for many years at our annual Trade Show. We'll remember his friendly greetings and hearty laugh.

Clay graduated from Forest Hills Central and was a All-State Linebacker (along with his brother Clint). Clay graduated from Hope College, Holland, Michigan with a business degree. Finally settling in Golden, Colorado.

Clay was an avid sports parent (usually outcoaching the coaches) and was so proud of his kids and all their accomplishments. He enjoyed the mountains, working on his home or condo, and spending time with his family. He loved/hated The Bears and was a masterful Chef in the kitchen. Clay instantly filled a room with laughter. A true original.

Clay was preceded in death by his parents Scott and Jeri Trapp, along with grandparents Albert & Betty Trapp. He is survived by his wife of 19 years Sara Jean Trapp, and his three children, Elizabeth, Abigail and Joshua. He is also survived by: his sister Courtney (Gabe) Johnson and their children Henry and Vera; his brother Clinton (Deanna) Trapp and their children Ben, Bella and Ryan; his in-laws Christopher (Diana) Gray, his brother-in-law Christopher M (Stacy) Gray; along with many uncles, aunts, cousins and good friends. 

May Clay rest in peace.



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