After almost two years of business in Gig Harbor, Trop’s Chocolates will close May 27. Owners Larry and Heather Trop, who run the business with their two children — Emily, 18, and Spencer, 15 — said that the decision to close the store was emotional for the family, but was ultimately a financial necessity.
After almost two years of business in Gig Harbor, Trop’s Chocolates will close May 27. Owners Larry and Heather Trop, who run the business with their two children — Emily, 18, and Spencer, 15 — said that the decision to close the store was emotional for the family, but was ultimately a financial necessity. LEE GILES III Staff file, 2015
After almost two years of business in Gig Harbor, Trop’s Chocolates will close May 27. Owners Larry and Heather Trop, who run the business with their two children — Emily, 18, and Spencer, 15 — said that the decision to close the store was emotional for the family, but was ultimately a financial necessity. LEE GILES III Staff file, 2015

Trop’s Chocolates offers sweet goodbye to Gig Harbor community

May 19, 2017 11:16 AM

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