Tracy Marion Stark (nee Douglas) aka “Doogie”.
Tracy left this world peacefully at home on September 13th, 2021 at the age of 53. Tracy is survived by her loving husband Eddie, her children Charlie (Keziah), Anna, and Jessie. Proud grandmother of Bobby, Titus and Able. Little sister of Michael (Karen), Grant (Karen), predeceased by her cherished sister Susan (Kevin). Sister in law to Richard (deceased) and Paula. Proud Auntie of Tamara, Kyle, Colton, Mackenzie, Alexander, Nicholas. Great Aunt to Maddox and Declan. Predeceased by her parents Donny and Nan Douglas. Tracy was the beloved lifelong friend of Mouse, Sally, Porchia, Bug, and Grench. We are devastated by this loss. Tracy’s memory will live on in our hearts and the memory of her zest for life will never be forgotten.
Tracy graduated from Adjala Central and then Banting Memorial in 1986 and continued her education at Humber College. Tracy worked at Loretto Tavern. She loved the atmosphere of Loretto and all the good people and good times she had there. Tracy was a proud 30 year employee of Mattel/Fisher Price. Tracy was an avid reader. She was a strong first baseman that could catch anything that came her way.
All that knew her, know that she had an infectious smile, a contagious laugh, and quick wit. Tracy lived life to the fullest and was always the life of the party. Tracy had the biggest heart and the smile to match it. Tracy was loyal, kind, stubborn, honest, determined, committed, helpful, caring, adventurous, enthusiastic, trustworthy, patient, beautiful, and missed. Tracy genuinely wanted to know how you were and always had a way of making you feel special with a compliment that came straight from her heart. She will have so many “Cheers” to her and stories of her life will continue. Tracy was a legend to the people who really knew her. Tracy will live on in our hearts forever.
Respecting Tracy’s wishes, cremation has taken place. A private family gathering will be held at a later date.
Everyone is encouraged to show support of Tracy and her family by leaving tribute messages and condolences at www.RodAbramsFuneralHome.com.
Memorial donations can be directed to the Grand Valley Public Library (through the mail or in person by cheque or cash to: Grand Valley Public Library, 4 Amaranth St. E. Grand Valley, Ontario, L9W 5L2).
A private family gathering will be held at a later date.