Dear Tracy, I worked with you in Jackson,Mi at a car dealership. You were a wonderful and sweet person. May you rest in love. So very sorry to hear that you passed. prayers to your family and daughters. You will not be forgotten.
My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. God bless you.
I spent much of my childhood at tracy's house. We roller skated and made up dances, found secret trails, and wore neon. She was a great artist! I was 2 years younger than Tracy, but she always let me hang around. Sadly, we lost touch as we grew older, but I have a lot of great memories. My deepest sympathy to all of you.
Dear Tracy, Rest well my friend. You have no more pain but there's pain in all are heart's as we will miss you so much.Your a Beautiful Young Lady with two Beautiful Daughters. Now your Daughters have a Beautiful Angel watching over them.Girls just put your hand over your HEART n feel your Mother. She will always be with you. She loves you Dearly
Tracy was one of the Enfield kids. A nice girl who was willing to hang out with the younger kids. Wanting to go to school and use her artistic talent to work on prosthetics. She was just a young woman. She had life left to live. My sympathy to all of Tracy's family.
Praying for all of you. May God comfort you and strengthen you now and in the time to come. God bless.
Although time put
distance between us, I've never forgotten you. You were a joy to have known. I shall treasure my memories of you forever.
My sincerest condolences to all of your loved ones. Peggy Shore (Brodsky)
We just wanted to extend our sympathies to everyone. Last I saw Tracy, she took the time to visit my mom in the hospital. I'll remember her spirit, strength and courage. She was a very strong person, may she rest in peace. Love, Linda, David and Jonathan Klobcar
Aunt Kay, Cousin Karen, Ken, Sommer, Patience,and Samantha & family ~ We are so sorry for your loss. Last time I saw Tracy, she took the time to visit my mom at the hospital. Tracy was there for her own treatment. I'll always remember how strong she was and how much fight she had in herself. She will be missed. Sending much love, Linda, David and Jonathan Klobcar.
To all the family - I am so sorry for your loss. Death is especially sad when it takes someone so young, and with children. I had hoped to meet Tracy some day, since she was my son Brian's future sister-in-law. He always spoke highly of her. Know that my thoughts and prayers are with you all.
To Patience, Samantha, and the rest of the family. May the Lord be with you in your time of sorrow. Tracy was a good person, and a good mother. She will be missed.
My heart goes out to all of you. I have such fond memories of Tracy from the time she was a little girl and so many happy times on Enfield Court. Her struggles are over and she can rest in peace.
Karen and family,
We are so sorry for your loss. You have our deepest sympathy.
Mike and Teri Brickner
To cousin Karen, Ken, Aunt Kay, Sommer, Patience,Samantha & family-you have our deepest sympathy.
May you rest in peace, dear Tracy.
Debby & Jerry Blinky
We are all so sorry for your loss. You are all in our prayers. The Davenports
Pat and Ken please know we are with you in spirit and in prayer. God will get you through this trust Him.
Sending you lots of love,
You have my deepest sympathy. Although it's difficult today to see beyond the sorrow, may looking back in memory help comfort you tomorrow.
You will always remain in my heart
Dear Tracy, May you rest in peace. I haven't seen you in years, but I remember how beautiful you were as a child. It is always so painful for the people that you leave behind. God Bless your family during this painful time. Rest in Peace Tracy.
My first memory that comes to mind is walking to and from the bus stop with Tracy. I showed her how to blow a "snot rocket" because I frequently had colds and a runny nose. She had this habit for saying colors, never in a "that's blue" or "that's red" way, but she described a snot rocket one day as "yellowish-greenish" as it lay on the ground. She pretty much nailed it, I have to say. Random thoughts: waiting before and after school at Tracy's watching REAL kids TV: Captain Kangaroo and Bill Cosby's Picture Pages, Festus, Holy Communion, Popup and Johnston Controls. So sorry to hear Tracy is gone....
Tracy my cousin and also your daughters Patience and Samantha and your sister my god child Sommer andKaren and Ken and aunt Kay aunt Dorothy my mom Verna and uncle Ron. And the whole family and friends. I am deeply sorry for the passing of Tracy soo sad I havnt seen her in awhile but she was always happy and smart and fun my thoughts and prayers to our/the family and friends Sorry I can't be there. Luv Sandy Weber(Hamilton)
I am so sorry for your loss. You have my deepest sympathy.
Ken, Patty and family,
So sorry for your loss, may your memories help you in this very difficult time.
From Patty's IOC days
May you find comfort in Christ during this time grieving. We are very sorry for your loss.
Mike and Patti Weber
Sam n Family I'm so sorry to hear about Tracy. My Thoughts n Prayers are with U n Ur Family
Our thoughts & prayers are with the family, Deepest sympathies for your loss.
I am so sorry to all for your loss. My deepest sympathy to all of you. Tracy was a rock. Regardless of what she endured hope always lied between despair and accomplishment. Tracy was one of my dearest friends. We shared many memories at outings filled with both laughter and tears. Tracy was a bright woman always willing to listen. Even more so, Tracy always offered her best advice. I couldn't sleep last night when I heard the news. We haven't spoke in a while, but Tracy was always in my heart and mind. Tracy so loved her daughters and was always kind and caring with my own children. I met her through school with my daughter. You could always count on Tracy starting a conversation with the other parents and keeping it going. So many laughs and stories were shared -- some about our children and others about life. For example, Tracy would take the time to open her medical book to help diagnose the ailments that I or someone was dealing with. If I missed a beat with something at school, Tracy was on top of everything. Tracy was one of the most organized people I knew. You could walk into her home and everything was in order. She loved to cook and share her makings with everyone. Along with my children who all loved Tracy, she will be missed. If there is anything that I can do for you, please call me. I can share memories, photos and time. We are in the phone book. With love and full support, Crystal