Tracy Gregg White
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Tracy Gregg White

Dearly cherished wife and mother, a much-loved friend, and cancer healing speaker and author, Tracy Gregg White of Valley Cottage, NY entered into eternal rest on December 19th, 2019 surrounded by her loving husband Paul White, her beloved son, Blake G. White, family and friends. She is remembered as a woman of grace and elegance whose compassion and empathy were unmatched.

Tracy was born in Fairborn, Ohio to Lou and Marcella Gregg owners of AutoHaus. She graduated from Smith College and became a successful magazine and online advertising executive in New York City.

Tracy's cancer recurrence became a healing quest which led to a partnership with Dr. Kelly Turner to co-author, "Radical Hope" published by Hay House in April 2020. Tracy developed a social media platform, BadAssCancerBabe and shared her stories on and Elephant Journal to inspire hope and knowledge to everyone.

A memorial service will be held at Grace Church in Nyack, NY on May 23, 2020 at 11am and will be Facebook live streamed for friends around the world. Memorial contributions may be made to Smith College - Essential Smith Fund.

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Published in The Journal News from May 16 to May 17, 2020.
Memorial service
11:00 AM
Grace Church
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May 22, 2020
I worked for Lou & Marcie @ Autohaus for 10 years & Tracy spent a lot of time at our house - she was a beautiful baby & blossomed into this beautiful/brilliant young lady that i last saw at Lous funeral. All these years i have been looking for her & my heart just broke reading this in the DDN today. I m on fb & pm & would love to hear from someone. Love & Blessings, phyllis❤ & sympathy to Paul & Blake, family & friends - she was loved by many & will be missed by many❤
Phyllis Campbell Feldman
May 22, 2020
I just heard of Tracys passing an hour ago. I used to babysit Tracy from when she was a baby up to when she was probably school age. My mom worked at Autohaus and became friends with Tracys parents. Our families used to spend a lot of time together. I have such good memories of time spent with them and of Tracy as a little girl. After hearing of her passing I found her Facebook page. She accomplished much since those days in Fairborn. Im so sorry for her husband and sons loss and for all she went through. I wish I had reached out to her and reconnected years ago after her dad passed. Deepest sympathies.
Teri Chandler
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