Keathley, Tracy Renee 6/23/1970 - 1/2/2021 Ypsilanti Mi. Tracy Renee Keathley (Hill) 50 of ypsilanti Mi. passed away on Jan.02,2021surrounded by her loving family after a long hard battle with a chronic illness Tracy was born on 6/23/1970 in Ypsilanti Mi. to Leonard Hill and Patty Church,Tracy loved everyone and was loved by many, she had a very kind heart, was very giving woman. Tracy loved her family,children,brother,sisters, nieces and nephews,she especially loved and adored her children and grandchildren, she enjoyed spending as much time with them as she could, she loved family oriented get togethers, the latest get together was her sons wedding that she was very proud of and going to the beautician to get her hair done with her youngest daughter, she attended as many family events as she could, she also enjoyed spending time with her two fur babies. She was preceded in death by her mother Patty Church, her daughter Stacie Keathley and nephew Jesse Post, she is survived by brother Michael Hill and sisters Anita Hill, Robin Brody, Renee Brody, Dana Brody and Kelly Wagner 4 children Daughter Cynthia Keathley(Ryan Wilson) Son Gregory Keathley JR.(Nicole Keathley) Daughter Jessica Keathley(Brian Captain) and Daughter Shawnna Anderson (Jeremy Holt)Grandchildren, Chyann Wilson, Dominic Wilson, Patrick Wilson,Arieanna Keathley, Christian Keathley, Simya Morris,DeVonte Gardener, Dayton Keathley, Isacc Keathley, Matthew Vair, Alexia Vair, Aiden Captain, Gavin Captain,Garrett Captain,Jeremy Holt Jr. and Great Grandson Elijah Wilson There will be a service during the interment that is scheduled to take place at Highland Cemetery on Thursday, January 14 2021 at 1pm Tracy was a very caring individual, she loved and truely cared about everybody, her heart was huge, if somebody was in need she was there and if she couldn't help she would find somebody that could. She was always with a family member, or several. When she laughed it made you smile, she will be missed deeply by everybody that were lucky enough to know her
Published in Ann Arbor News from Jan. 12 to Jan. 13, 2021.