Trapper Jacobson Obituary – Death: Trapper Daniel Jacobson, 37, and his beautiful wife, Mistee Dawn Jacobson, 38, both from Rexburg, Idaho, were killed in a fatal car accident in Fall Creek on Sunday, October 3, 2021.
The cause of the crash is still unknown, since officials are yet to issue a statement.
Authorities are yet to release the results of a preliminary investigation into the accident, which will look into the cause of the accident, the victim’s condition prior to the accident, and whether or not alcohol or drugs played a role in the accident.
This is a developing story. As we learn more about the situation, we will provide updates.
Trapper was born in Rexburg on April 20, 1984. He was raised in Ucon. He went to Bonneville High School. He was employed for Depacto Concrete.
Mistee was born in Rexburg, Idaho, on September 15, 1983. She grew up in Rigby and graduated from Boise State University with a bachelor’s degree. Mistee worked for the Department of Homeland Security as a Senior Instructional Designer.
“This family has been in my thoughts and prayers. On Sunday Mistee Ellis-Jacobson and her husband Trapper were in a tragic accident. Mistee and I are cousins, and we are only 2 months apart in age. I have spent many moments thinking of many memories shared as we grew up. Our families lived across the street from each other growing up. Mistee and I had many birthday parties, slumber parties, and afternoons of playing together. We went to school together. There were double family vacations snowmobiling, and once to Disney Land. I wish I realized it back then how precious that time was. Mistee was kind, adventurous, brave, and beautiful. My heart goes out to my aunt and uncle Ross and Toni Ellis, her amazing siblings Steffanie, Kacey, Chance, and for her two beautiful children. She and her husband will be missed. Time with family is precious, and I will always cherish those childhood memories.”