Sarah Valentine Trapnell ByrnePhotos of Sally Trapnell Byrne
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|1||Margaret La Cossitt and Sally Trapnell, abt 1943|
|2||Sally Trapnell & Jane Trapnell, 1947|
|3||Sally Trapnell & Nettie Furman circa 1941|
|4||Sally Trapnell 1949|
|5||Sally Trapnell abt 1948|
|6||Sally Trapnell abt 1956|
|7||Sally Trapnell age 17 mos|
|8||Sally Trapnell abt. 1945|
|9||Sally Trapnell Apr 1957|
|10||Sally Trapnell Byrne circa early 1970s|
|11||Sally Trapnell Dec 1948|
|12||Sally Trapnell Mar 1938|
|13||Sally Trapnell Mar 1941|
|14||Sally Trapnell Spring 1947|
|15||Sally Trapnell, early 1970s|
|16||Sarah Valentine Trapnell Death Notice|
Sarah Trapnell Byrne
Sarah Trapnell Byrne Passed away suddenly April 18, 2006, at her home in Palo Alto, CA, at age 68. Sally was born May 28, 1937, in Brooklyn, NY. During the war her family moved to Los Angeles, where her father, Coles Trapnell, worked as a story editor and producer at several movie studios. Her mother, Jean Trapnell, taught English in public schools and community colleges. Sally started college in 1954 at Stanford University, where she met her future husband, Jack Byrne, while both worked on the staff of the Stanford Daily. Upon graduation he was drafted and was sent to Germany; she interrupted her college education to go with him, and they were married in Frankfurt in 1957. They eventually settled in Palo Alto, where Jack became an editor and production manager at SRI International. Sally graduated Phi Beta Kappa in English from Stanford in 1962. She and Jack raised two children and remained together until his death in 1993.
Sally was the family genealogist and could recite lineages and arrival dates of the branches of the Trapnell tree back to the 17th century. She liked gospel music Sunday mornings on KPFA, trips to the Mitchell Park library and the occasional old movie at the Stanford Theater.
Sally was a loving and supportive mother, and an attentive and generous grandmother.
She is survived by her sons, Trapper and Hugh; her sister, Jane Marino; and her grandchildren, Zoe, Elizabeth and Keenan.
A Memorial Service will be held June 17 at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Menlo Park, which Sally attended for more than 40 years. Memorial donations may be made to the Peninsula Open Space Trust. This article appeared on page Z - 99 of the San Francisco Chronicle.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.)
|18||Jack, Sally, Trapper, and Hugh, Glendale Amtrak Station 1972|
|19||Sally and Jane Trapnell, Christmas 1944|
|20||Sally Byrne Dec 1971|
|21||Trapper, Hugh, and Sally Byrne Xmas 1962|
|22||Sarah Valentine Trapnell (Byrne)|
|23||Sarah Valentine Trapnell|
|24||Sarah Trapnell / John Byrne Wedding Announcement|
Feb 24, 1957 Santa Cruz Sentinel wedding announcement for marriage of John Byrne and Sarah Trapnell
|Linked to||TRAPNELL, Sarah Valentine|
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