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".

October 20, 2006 - 06:49 PM
Diane Hanson-Bryant

  I just found out today about Tom's passing. I worked at T.E.C. from 1982-1988. He was a great man with a great sense of humor.

Please accept my belated condolences.

Diane Hanson-Bryant
October 19, 2006 - 02:52 AM
Veronica (Belen) Phanthavong

  I worked at GPD for three years under Shea Baldrick. I've kept in touch with Shea and Jennifer but it was by accident that I came accross this website for Tom Tracy. I am sorry to hear that he is no longer with us. I still remember the times when he went around defragging people's computers and asking me to do Excel projects for him. He will be missed.

August 21, 2006 - 03:10 PM
Warren Yadon

  It is sad that so many parasites use sites dedicated to great and wonderful people for their own selfish gain.
Forunately Tom's memories are preserved in our own minds and thoughts.
Miss you Tom.
Warren Yadon
August 20, 2006 - 11:30 PM
Erin (Blackman) Mounce

  Dear Cyndi and family,
I'm sorry that this has taken so long to write. I am so sorry for the loss of your father. I have some wonderful memories of your dad. I remember all the funny, but memorable conversations we would have with your dad after coming back to the Tracy house from a football game or a party. Your dad was a true gem! Please know that my thoughts and prayers continue to be with all of you!!
Love, Erin
June 29, 2006 - 05:03 PM
john mcconnell

  It was really great to see you all at Syormont .I feel Tom would have been pleased
June 15, 2006 - 09:54 AM
Mary Kay Farley

  I check the web site every so often. It's nice to see so many tributes to my brother, Tom. It's hard to realize that we'll never see him again in this life, but we know that he is "in a better place". Regards to all of the family. Aunt Mary Kay
May 28, 2006 - 11:23 AM
Warren and Kim Yadon

  My story was too long, Please read the previous one first then this conclusion.

Then Tom smiles that contageous, gorgeous smile of his and said "there, looks like our problem is solved."
She had that deer in the headlights look for several moments. Then she smiled and laughed as she said "yes it does, enjoy your stay in Canada."

Today as we reflect on you and the love you shared with everyone you touched Tom please remember,
Enjoy your stay, and keep them laughing. We will see you soon.
Your friend,
May 28, 2006 - 11:14 AM
Warren and Kim Yadon

  Reflecting back on the first trip that we drove from Wyoming to Canada.
We left Wyoming about 8 in the evening. I took over driving about Thermopolis, Wyoming.
We got to the Canadian border about 8:30 am. and had to wait till the border opened at 9 am..
OF course we were carrying shotguns and large amounts of ammo. So we both were taken to a large room and seperated to opposite corners.
I could here Tom over in his area talking to the nice lady there. Tom always cared genuinely about people. Asking about where she was born, about her kids, all about her as she went through the paperwork for the guns.
They were laughing and visiting. The little gal who was going through my articles was all business and finished post haste.
I then ventured over to where Tom was just about time the whiskey bottle came out of a bag that had clothes and other articles in it.
Tom was telling how he had just returned from a Scottish holiday and that it was terrific whiskey and very special.
The young lady put the bottle on the counter and put the rest of the articles back into the bag. She then started going through more of Tom's things, duck calls, hunting hat, etc.. when Tom asked why she hadn't returned the whiskey to the previous bag.
She proclaimed she was keeping it because of the volume in the bottle.
Tom explained that can't be, he had just brought it back on the plane and all was well. She said, no there is too much in the bottle to be allowed into Canada. Tom then calmly asked her to point on the bottle what level would have been allowable. She took her index finger and put it on the bottle. Tom then put his index finger on the same spot and said thank you. She looked away for a second. When she looked back Tom had releived the bottle of its cap and had proceeded to eliminate the excess amount of whiskey.
Her eyes were the size of silver dollars as Tom put the bottle down. Still maintaining his index finger position on the side of the bottle.
Then Tom smiled th...
May 24, 2006 - 06:28 AM
Justin and Nik

  Just drilled the game crops on ' Critters ' drive at Rievaulx , named by Tom . Many fond memories arose .

Thinking of you all

Justin and Nik x
May 22, 2006 - 07:56 PM

I catch myself still going to the website and reading some of the messages. Hope you and your family are doing well. I think of your Dad everyday. Take care.
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