Tracy was a vibrant 12 year old that was full of curiosity and a willingness to learn. He had a blossoming artistic talent for drawing. His attention to detail began to show in his work. He enjoyed sports of all types and loved joining into any pickup game. Video games were becoming a passion as any other boy his age could relate. He loved animals and talked about being an exotic animal handler. Tracy’s dreams had no bounds.
Tracy’s sense of family was very strong. He doted on his sister Trinyti and brother Patrick Jr. He took the job of big brother very seriously. Trinyti reminded us of Tracy’s own inner responsibility to walk her to her classes and to congratulate and celebrate her school achievements daily. His love for his little brother showed in his inclusion to video and computer games that would place a huge smile to his little brother’s face. Tracy was beloved by a great male role model that always defended him, and Tracy became his shadow to where the bond was stronger than anyone could say in words. His bond with his mother was just as strong, he always was wanting to be mommy’s little helper and a goof ball at the same time.
The teachers and staff Tracy touched in his 6 years of schooling comment on his love, willingness to lend a hand, his voracious attitude to learning and his infectious smile that would brighten their day.
Tracy’s mother Tori and stepdad Patrick Sr , sister Trinyti , brother PJ along with his Grandparents (Great and Grand) and a host of Aunts, Uncles and cousins will feel his loss in their lives.
We are preparing for a private service. For information regarding the service please contact Dawn (269)338-7747.
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