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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March 28, 2006 - 02:33 PM
Scott Stolberg

  I only knew Tom through business however he and my father Aaron Stolberg went way back to the late 1950. When I came into the business he welcomed me and offered any help he could. He always found time for me and I considered him a friend.

On behalf of my dad and I he will be missed.
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March 28, 2006 - 01:58 PM
Philip Robinson

  To Erma Jean and Family

It was with real sadness that I learnt of Tom's passing. He was a remarkable individual who displayed real passion in seeking to help to transform Northern Ireland in recent years. His generosity and hospitality were always clear to see and he was never afraid to reach out the hand of friendship.

I count it a privilege to have spent time with him in Belfast and Los Angeles and would wish to extend my deepest sympathy to the entire Tracy family.
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March 28, 2006 - 10:01 AM
Jim & Mary Rauh

  Dear Erma Jean & Family:

It is with heartfelt sadness that we come to you with our thoughts and prayers, upon hearing of your Great Loss.

What a marvelous and very fitting tribute, to Tom's memory. Such a warm and personal overview of his life and significant accomplishments has been beautifully presented in the very graphic style he so richly portrayed. throughout his life.

We had a common interest in dogs, among other things, but most particularly, Big Black Labs. I recall him arriving at our front door, one evening, with 2 or 3 Labs and scaring the wits out of our sitter as she opened the door.

Many good laughs, good times, good memories: he will be sorly missed.

Our sincere thoughts are with you all. Mary & Rauser
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March 28, 2006 - 02:28 AM
Jamie Hall

  Dear Tracy family,

My deepest thoughts and condolences to all of you for the loss of one of the most amazing individuals I have ever had the good fortunte to meet. What an incredible ride it must have been to have this man as an immediate member of the family. Sometimes tough times affords us the opportunities to remember and reflect on times that have gone by. That is what I have done for the last few days. Though it was sad at times, I was always left with a smile on my face and a warm spot in my heart when thinking of my experiences with Tom.

It has been a few years since I left GPD but the last few days have made me realize just how much of me still bleeds green. The people I have met, the places I have gone and the experiences that I have lived all have contributed to who I am. Almost 20 years of those people, places and experiences were were made possible because of Tom. I wish you all strength, love, joy and clearity as you continue the journey of Life. Though the body of the Man may be gone, the sprit of the Man will live on forever.

Thank You Tom. Thank you for two of the most important gifts we can give one another. First, the gift of opportunity. The chance to do what some say you can't. The chance to do what others may not want to allow. The chance to say yes when others may say no. Second, the gift of allowing growth within that opportunity. Not putting restrictions on that opportunity. Letting someone stubble and not being too quick to say they can't do it. Letting someone prove that they can instead of just assuming that they probably can't.

Thank you, Tracy Family, for allowing my this time to voice just what a pleasure it was to have had been a small part of Tom's life.
Thank you, God, for having had this man's path cross mine.

A special note to you, Cyndi, for a being a special friend.

Jamie Hall
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March 28, 2006 - 01:58 AM
Marty Silva, nSJ

  Cindy,

The Jesuit novices and I have been praying for your dad, and the consolation of you and your family.

Marty
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March 28, 2006 - 01:46 AM
Sommer Harriman

  I work at the Radisoon Hotel and met Ms.Cindy Tracy during one of her stays at my hotel and have since come to look foward to her visits. She is a wonderfully kind person and it is evident that she was raised in a loving home. I am so terribly sorry to here of the family's loss of such a wonderful man. From what I read of Mr. Tracy's biography it sounds like he left an imprint on this world and I'm sure many people are grateful for his work. I will continue to pray that for his family.
-Sommer
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March 28, 2006 - 01:06 AM
Sergio Wong

  Mrs. Tracy, Cindy, Tina, Kerry, Kelly, and Tom.

It's hard to know just what to say to warm and comfort you for our feelings may be many. But the words we have are few, we just wanted to remind you that you have friends who care. You're in our hearts and thoughts and always in our prayer's.
God bless you all
Sergio Wong and Family
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March 27, 2006 - 09:04 PM
Dorance Beskid

  Dear Tracy family,

Truely an icon has passed.Because of Tom
and your wonderful family, I have been
blessed with experiences I will never
forget! What a beautiful man and family.
God rest Tom and God bless you!

Dorance Beskid
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March 27, 2006 - 08:34 PM
PAT DUFFY

  HELLO TO THE WHOLE TRACY CLAN,
THE PASSING OF TOM BROUGHT BACK MANY OLD MEMORIES OF OUR GROWING UP TOGETHER IN THE OLD DAYS IN G.P.OUR PARENTS WERE GOOD FRIENDS AND VERY ENVOLVED IN MANY OF THE SAME CATHOLIC CHARITIES THAT WE ALL GREW UP WITH.EMMET AND MY DAD RAY WORKED HARD EVERY YEAR ON THE ARCHDIOCES RELEIF FUND,AND FRAN AND MY MOTHER CAMILLA DOING THEIR DUTY WITH THE BON SECOURS HOSPITAL LEAGUE.CAMILLA IS STILL THERE EVERY WEEK THANK GOD.
MY PRAYERS THIS WEEK ARE DEVOTED TO YOUR LOSS AND ALL THE REST OF YOUR FAMILY.
PAT DUFFY
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March 27, 2006 - 08:24 PM
Miki Hornik

  Dear EJ, Cindy, Tina, Kerry, Kilian and Tom Jr.,
In the past few days, I've been searching for "just the right words" to comfort you and to honor Tom, but "just the right words" escape me. Still, I want you to know what a privilege it has been for me to get to know Tom, if only for a short few months. You are his cherished family and will always be blessed by the time you had together.
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