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".

February 21, 2009 - 08:15 PM
doc brien

  I was just thinking of Tom, Sr. today and the Tracy family. I use to call Tom, at home, on saturday mornings and we would usually have a good talk.

my continued prayers to the family.

with Love Doc and family
from the Turtle Mountain Chippewa Metis Indian Rez in North Dakota.
December 20, 2008 - 12:27 AM
Tessie B. Flores

  Good evening Tom,
I just want to wish you a Happy Birthday today. I am guessing that you are having a grand time with our friend, JESUS. Isn't HE an Awesome Friend? I Just wish you're still here. I talk to HIM a lot and HE truly loves me. Please tell HIM I said Happy birthday to HIM too on the 25th. Tell HIM also that I love HIM so. Take care. Your friend Tessie
November 10, 2008 - 04:55 PM
Jim Stockman

  Just a short note: found some pictures of a trip we took down the Selway River, wow what a trip !! Sure miss the good times with Tom, Hi Cyndi
September 09, 2008 - 09:01 AM
Warren Yadon

It is the 2nd. week in September and the flocks of geese are flying over.
I use to look at them and smile because this is when you and I would go to Wyoming then Canada and hunt.
Now I look at the flocks and smile for a different reason. I smile because I think of you and the great times we had together. Hunting and just driving and visiting from Wyoming to Canada. Just the two of us together.
I think of you often and the valuable lessons you taught me.
Thank you,
August 27, 2008 - 12:46 PM
Thomas N Tracy

  I found out about Tom's passing while cruising the internet. I first had contact with Tom through his Aunt Rosemary. I was doing genealogy on the Tracy's in Ohio and found out we were distant cousins. His great grandfather Owen was a brother to my great grandfather, this was back in 1976. I am sorry I never got to meet him , he seemed to be a great family man.
August 02, 2008 - 10:20 AM
Michael Purcell

  As a result of checking on the internet I have just learned of Tom's death. He was in touch with me many times over the years regarding his ancestors connections to Carlow, Ireland. Unfortunatly in his early contacts with a research centre he was not treated very well and when I heard of this I contacted him and completed some research for him also I managed to trace the family homestead in Carlow for him. I visited him in Santa Anna in 2003 and he brought me on a tour of Genuine Parts. He was concerned at that time about his health but I had no idea he was so ill. He was elected an Honorary Member of Carlow County Heritage Society in 2003. He was a man with a genuine love for his heritage and he will be missed. I will have a Mass said in Carlow Cathedral in his memory and will ask the prayers of the Poor Clare community of enclosed sisters to pray for his family. mick.
March 23, 2008 - 06:25 PM
Grant Johnson

  While I did not have the fortune of knowing Tom personally, I am touched by this amazing tribute to his life. It is inspiring. Thank you Kilian for sharing this with me - I know your father is proud of you, as he lives on in the reflection of your beauty and grace.
With love and gratitude, Grant
March 23, 2008 - 02:44 AM
Tessie B. Flores

  My Dear friend Tom,
Happy 2 year anniversary. I could not believe it that it has been 2 years since your departure here on earth and now enjoying the GLORIOUS RESURRECTION of our Friend JESUS. I was just at the adoration chapel tonight and thought of you. I was reading this book, entitled HEAVEN IS REAL by Don Piper. It is so good to know what heaven is like. I just can't wait to go there and be with the Lord and the very special people in my life. Enjoy Easter.
Sincerely, Tessie
March 22, 2008 - 06:49 PM
Shelley Murphy

  Thinking of the Tracy family on the two year anniversary of Tom's passing. I think of all of you often and hope that you are cherishing your many wonderful memories. God bless each of you today and always.
March 17, 2008 - 05:35 PM
Carmel & Eamon Hanna

  Beannachtai na Feile ar 'La le Padraig do chlann Ui Treasaigh!
A happy St. Patrick's Day to you, Erma Jean, and all the Tracys.
We said a prayer for his noble and great soul at Mass this morning and treasured fond memories of am unforgettable few days over St. Patrick's Day in Great Falls, Montana, and the Charlie Russell auction all those years ago.

Have to report to you that the weather over the Emerald Isle was beautiful and spring-link, with no bother anywhere. Why, even Rev. Ian Paisley is calling for St. Patrick's Day to be a public holiday in the North!

Tom is in Heaven with his arm around St. Patrick and smiling down.
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