Tracy Perrotta (1956 - 2015)

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ERIE, Pa. - Tracy Anne (Fallon) Perrotta, age 58, of Erie, PA, passed away after a long fight with Alzheimer's, on Saturday, June 20, 2015 at her residence, while surrounded by family. She was born in Ridgewood, New Jersey on November 16, 1956, a daughter of the late Louis Fleming and Patricia (Nelson) Fallon Jr. She is survived by her husband Col. Charles "Chuck" Perrotta, Jr., MD; daughter, Emily Elizabeth Perrotta, of Erie; twin sons, Andrew Fallon Perrotta and Ian Nathaniel Perrotta, both of Hamtramck, Michigan; a sister, Cynthia Cash, of Boardman, Ohio; a brother, Louis Fleming Fallon, III, MD, of Bowling Green, Ohio; and several nieces and nephews. Tracy owned and operated Candlehouse Ltd., USA, which imported and sold ceramic candlehouses which were handmade in Lithuania. She had over 50 buildings commissioned for reproduction, including the Custer House of Fort Riley and the Kansas State University Alumni Building. During her spare time, Tracy liked to go to the gym and she enjoyed being outside, particularly in her garden, where she could often be found planting a flower that bloomed purple, her favorite color. Tracy loved all animals - so much that she became a vegetarian - and especially her pets, none more than her cat of nearly 21 years, Freddy. Rather than sending flowers, Tracy would appreciate if you planted a few instead. A memorial is currently being planned in her honor. Condolences and photos may be sent at www.bruggerfuneralhomes.com


Published in The Augusta Chronicle on July 5, 2015
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