Tom Tracy
Please join us in celebrating Tom's life by a reflection, note, story, or as Dad would say "however the spirit moves you".

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May 22, 2006 - 02:38 PM
Dan McNab

  Cin,

There is never a day at work that you or your fathers memories do not come up. Your Father was a great man and will be truly missed.
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May 18, 2006 - 02:58 PM
Bill & Colleen Miller

  Dear Tracy Family,

We were so saddened by your loss, and sorry that we hadnt spent more time knowing you all. We reflect back on the incredible Hawaiian cruise we all took a couple of years ago, and how gracious you all were with our family onboard. We will never forget that. Bless you all as you carry on your lives, and may your memories bring you comfort, peace and laughter. Love, Colleen & Bill
OH, and CYNDIE...Cathi would STILL love to hear from you when you are down south! Remember Cathi? Our daughter...
xoxo to all
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May 13, 2006 - 10:18 PM
Warren and Kim Yadon

  Tom:
Everytime I look out my livingroom window and see the Canadian Geese I smile and think of the great times we had. Still tell you jokes. Don't have to e-mail them now so it is easier.
Check in on your site regularly.
Hope to get to California in July. IF so I will try to get to see Greg and Cyndi.
Miss you often,
Warren
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May 11, 2006 - 12:43 PM
Daniel Cordero Jr.

  My Condolences to the entire Tracy Family, I just found out today that Mr. Tracy had passed away. I was doing a web search for Tomadur Engine Company after remembering some good memories from my brief employment at Tomadur and came upon this website. It was a shock to say the least. I was a Supervisor/Product Line Engineer with the Transmission Remanufacturing line. It was alot of Hard work but alot of good memories also. One of the best was after about two months of working at Tomadur I finally asked one of the other supervisors who the Guy in the Electric Car was. Boy was I surprised to know that it was Tom Tracy the owner of the entire company. He never hesitated to have some fun with the employees. Tom was a good man and always treated me with respect. Thanks for the Good memories Tom! Daniel, Silvia, Jeweliette, and Vincent Cordero
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May 10, 2006 - 03:33 AM
Cyndi

  Hi Dad,
Hard to believe it has been seven weeks tonight. Hear you in the music, See you in the clouds and stars, Feel you on the long stretch of highway, and Wake up and go to Sleep each night with your site on my homepage.

Miss you and Carrying On.
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April 26, 2006 - 04:12 AM
Cyndi

  Well, hope is an anchor, and love is a ship
Time is the ocean, and life is a trip
You don’t know where you’re goin’ ‘til you know where you’re at
And if you can’t read the stars, well you better have a map
A compass and a conscience so you don’t get lost at sea
Or on some old lonely island where no one wants to be

From the beginning of creation I think our maker had a plan
For us to leave these shores and sail beyond the sand
And let the good light guide us through the waves and the wind
To the beaches in a world where we have never been

And we’ll climb up on the mountain, ya’ll, we’ll let our voices ring
And those who’ve never tried it, they’ll be the first to sing
Oh my, my

I’ll see you on the other side if I make it
And it might be a long hard ride, but I’m gonna take it
Sometimes it seems that I don’t have a prayer
I let the weather take me anywhere
But I know that I wanna go where the streets are gold
‘Cause you’ll be there

Well, you don’t bring nothin’ with you here, and you can’t take nothin’ back
I ain’t never seen a hearse with a luggage rack
So I’ve torn my knees up prayin’, scarred my back from fallin’ down
I’ve spent so much time flyin’ high ‘til I’m face first in the ground

So if you’re up there watching me, would you talk to God and say
Tell him I might need a hand to see you someday

So, I’ll see you on the other side if I make it
And it might be a long hard ride, but I wanna take it
Sometimes it seems that I don’t have a prayer
I let the weather take me anywhere
But I know that I wanna go where the streets are gold
‘Cause you’ll be there
Oh my, my
‘Cause you’ll be there


Song: You'll Be There
Written by: Cory Mayo
Performed by: George Strait
Album: Somewhere Down in Texas
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April 24, 2006 - 03:28 PM
Richard Bray

  Dear Tracy Family,
I want to share my condolences with each of you. I am a beneficiary of Tom's giving to help Catholic Charities personnel seek advance classes in non profit management through Regis University.

I am very grateful for the scholarship he provided so I could take these classes. The courses have enabled me to be more effective my work in Washington State helping the homeless, hungry and hurting. Tom Tracy touched many people's lives and even though I didn't know him personally, he also touched mine--and all the other people who will be impacted through what I learned. Thank you Tom Tracy! May God rest his soul and give comfort to his family and friends.
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April 20, 2006 - 09:52 PM
Barbara Grahn

  I can't believe it, I am still waiting for Tom to ring the bell, with a video in hand or some crazy item he thought was terrible unique and wanted to share. What a memory he leaves behind. I don't think Everett and I have ever met someone so interesting as well as interested.
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April 20, 2006 - 03:47 AM
Guy and Victoria Macpherson-Grant

  Erma Jean

We were devastated to hear of Tom's passing. A tremendous character, he has given so many fun memories to all of us at Ballindalloch. He will be remembered with great fondness by us and many others.

Our thoughts are with you at this most difficult of times.

Guy and Victoria
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April 20, 2006 - 02:24 AM
Tessie Flores

  To my dear Cyndi and Family,

I want to express my deepest sympathy to you all. You have been so blessed with a very special and loving father. Tom was a beautiful, faithful child of God.

I remember when he would come to the office and ask Tim and I about the homily on Sundays and also remind us of the upcoming holidays of obligation. It made me feel so special and that his love for his Catholic faith is truly amazing.

Cyndi, I was so very sad when Tim told me about Tom the day he passed away. I was a mess. I could not control my tears. I was still praying and offering him rosaries, Divine Mercy Chaplet, and my 30-hour of adoration at our blessed sacrament chapel. I was going to write to him after I was done doing my spritual bouquet for him, but since I did not get the chance to do that, I want to write him this short letter...
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