Tracy Ann Terriere (1964 - 2019)

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Tracy Terriere passed away Jan. 19 with her loving husband, Nicholas Cameron, by her side in Greeley.
Tracy was born Jan. 18, 1964, in Greeley, to Patricia (Streeter) and George Terriere. She attended Greeley Central High School and also attended college at the University of Northern Colorado as well as Aims Community College and graduated as a radiology technician.
She went on to use that degree working at North Colorado Medical Center for 25 years and in Estes Park for four years. She married her husband Oct. 31, 2013, though they were together for 15 years.
Tracy loved animals and had an especially strong love for her cats and horses, as well as horseback riding. She loved to travel and took memorable vacations with her husband over the years, marking off many things on her bucket list. Tracy especially loved Hawaii and turtles.
She was a talented artist and loved to paint. She was an avid baker and an amazing cook as well. She had a very broad spectrum of interests.
Her quick wit and humor will be sorely missed by all that had the honor of knowing her. The kindness she shared for her friends and the love for her family is irreplaceable. Her strength is admirable; a true fighter is who she is.
Survivors include her husband; her brothers, Robert Terriere, of Greeley, and William Terriere, of Greeley; a sister, Laurie Doscher, of Oregon; nephews, Joshua Terriere, Michael Power and Noah Power; and nieces Danielle Walter and Aubrey Terriere.
Her parents preceded her in death.
A memorial open house will be from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 9, at Johnstown Senior Center, 101 Charlotte Ave., Johnstown.
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Published in Commerce City Sentinel Express on Feb. 12, 2019
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