Tracy HOUK
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HOUK (Noe), Tracy Jean Age 45, of Kettering, passed away Sunday, August 2, 2020. She was preceded in death by her mother, Deborah F. Semler and father, Wendell Noe. She is survived by partner, Randy Fyffe, daughter, Morgan Fyffe, and sister, Jamie Semler, as well as a large number of family and friends. Tracy had a heart of gold, and cared deeply for those in her life. She loved Mickey Mouse, Purple Rain, and the Cincinnati Bengals. Memorial services are pending. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to assist the family via GoFundMe:

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Published in Dayton Daily News on Aug. 7, 2020.
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August 10, 2020
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
Sue Campbell
August 9, 2020
Tracy was the funniest person. She was a good mom I love and respect her for that. I love you girl
Carolyn Deer
August 8, 2020
My condolences to family and friends. Tracy became a dear friend to me past few years . We talked for hours on the phone about everything. I’ll miss seeing her everyday posts on Facebook and seeing her everyday or talking to her . Heart of gold . I miss and love you ready easy Tracy no more pain !!!
August 7, 2020
Tracy, I miss you so much. We could talk about anything, ANYTHING LOL. i still am in shock honestly. We became friends while living at Madison park apartments. And I'm so glad to have known you. During that windstorm and power outage is some of the best memories I have of our friendship. It was crazy lol. You were a caring, loving person I'm proud to have called you my friend. I will never forget you Tracers I love you. I will always remember you bringing me a happy meal after my mom died to try to cheer me up lol. I Love you. Rest easy babe.
Eddie Gillespie
August 7, 2020
I have know tracy since middle school, she was always the one that you can turn to when you need a good laugh. She will be deeply missed.
Lisa Rowland
August 7, 2020
I knew Tracy from face book we talked a lot she there 3 year ago when I a friend to talk too we always tease Ed about Neil McCoy we both would talk about our lids I talk to her last Saturday on facebook I loved the videos of Morgan Tracy would post she was so proud of Morgan. RIP my friend I will miss you
Debbie whalen
August 7, 2020
I loved my sister dearly. She and I could sit and laugh about the most random stuff. I would always bring up how old she was comparatively speaking. When I was little, I wanted nothing more than to live in her shadow... following her around, copying her, trying to be just like her. I hate this for Morgan. I hate this for Randy. I hate this for myself. I miss my "elder" sister, but I have hope that if there is an afterlife, she was welcomed by my grandma, grandpa, and mom and can finally find peace.
Jamie Semler
August 7, 2020
Rest easy my friend. Your going to be missed.
Chuck Childress
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