Tom Tracy

Letter from George W. Bush to Erma Jean Tracy

I'm saddened to learn of the loss of your husband. Read More »

Letter from Bill Campbell to Erma Jean Tracy

I would like to express my sympathy to you and your family for the loss of your husband . Read More »

County of Orange - In Memoriam

The Orange County Board of Supervisors extends its deepest sympathy... Read More »

Tribute to Tom Tracy

On March 22, 2006, St. Joseph Hospital lost a true friend. Tom Tracy, a generous donor to the St. Joseph Hospital Foundation, died following a long battle with cancer. Those of us at St. Joseph will remember his wit, his business acumen and his devotion to his family. St. Joseph Hospital wasn’t the only recipient of Tom’s generosity. Read More »

Peace be with you - Belfast Telegraph

The description 'larger-than-life' could have been coined for Tom Tracy, the American multi-millionaire who became involved in a wide range of peace building projects in Northern Ireland. Tracy, who has died at his home in Los Angeles after a long illness, will be remembered fondly by many here for his legendary generosity, as Chris Ryder recalls. Read More »

Tom Tracy, always the life of the party

There are 125 postings on the Web site created in memory of a man descreibed as irreverent, generous, hilarious, devout, larger than life, a hero and a character. And more are being added each day. Read More »

Grosse Pointe News Obituary

Grosse Pointe native Thomas J. Tracy Sr., 67, died of prostate cancer on Wednesday, March 22, 2006, at his home in Santa Ana, Calif. He was chief executive and principal owner of Tracy Industries Inc., the nation's largest remanufacturer and distributor of Ford Motor Company parts. Read More »

Los Angeles Times Obituary

Thomas J. Tracy, Sr., 67, Chief Executive and principal owner of Tracy Industries, Inc., the nation’s largest remanufacturer and distributor of Ford Motor Company parts, died Wednesday at his home in Santa Ana, CA of Prostate Cancer. Read More »