Tracy Leeann (Rothlisberger) Davis (1965 - 2013)

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FARMINGTON
Tracy Leeann (Rothlisberger) Davis
Oct. 5, 1965-April 2, 2013

Tracy Leeann (Rothlisberger) Davis answered God's call on April 2, 2013. She was born on Oct. 5, 1965 in Farmington.
Her beloved spirit has left us with grace and peace, in keeping with her life.
Tracy never failed to help anyone who needed it, was responsible, kind, helpful and always had a smile or a word of comfort for everyone she knew. Cremation has taken place.
Tracy graduated from Farmington High School in 1983. She worked for many years at Golden Corral until she started college at Weber State University. She graduated Weber State with a 4.0 GPA, a degree in radiology, was on the National Deans list and inducted into Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society. She started her career in radiology at San Juan Regional Medical Center and was there for 10 years. She was a certified AART, RT, MRI technician and worked in both Radiology and MRI. She also held a degree in massage therapy.
She accomplished all of this while working, attending college and raising two young sons. She was an avid motorcyclist and her motto was "Live To Ride." There will be benefit bike run and a benefit concert for her next month.
She was preceded in death by her maternal grandfather, Roy Grimes; paternal grandfather and grandmother, Alcid and Fern Rothlisberger and maternal grandmother, Ona Kimmel. Also were uncles, Sid Grimes and Earnest Rothlisberger and first love of her life, fiancé, Kevin Garlington.
Tracy is survived by her parents, Stella (Richard) Moore, Fred (Carol) Rothlisberger; grandmother, Dessie M. Grimes; children, Jeremy Don Davis, Amanda Kay McKelvey, Devin Lee Casaus; brothers, Kevin Moore, Stacy Tuckett; sisters, Dr. Shiela Noyes, Michele Martin; canine son, "Chico" and current love of her life and fiancé, Neal Anderson; his son and daughter, Bryson and Mary, numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews; five grandchildren, Colby, Skye, Destiny, Trinity and Shelby and hundreds of very special friends.
A memorial service will be 1 p.m. on Thursday, April 11, at Crossroads Community Church, 2400 N. Butler Ave. in Farmington.
Interment and reception to follow.
A Memorial Fund has been established for Tracy at Vectra Bank, 20th St. and Farmington Ave. Donations may be mailed or deposited at the bank.
Published in Farmington Daily Times from Apr. 9 to Apr. 20, 2013
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