Tracy Ann Estabrook-Osborne
Born December 1, 1943 in Key West, Fl and raised in rural Bethesda, MD she was the woman who would bake an assortment of Christmas goodies for all to enjoy, sew anything from a hair bow, a grandkid’s crochet blanket, to an entire baby nursery, garden her daylilies of many varieties or collect the past’s most valued treasures of pristine glassware. The woman who would attend her children’s athletic events, play rummy or polish nails. She was a graduate from the University of Miami, a real-estate-broker and home-maker. Tracy was a true-grit woman by today’s standards. She was one of determination, hard-work and perseverance beyond obstacle. A member of St. John’s Episcopal Church and sister in Christ, Tracy, 69 of Fleming Island, FL passed away on November 16th.
She is the loving wife of Jimmie and the beloved mother of Catherine Nemec-Fordyce (Robert), and Kristen Nemec (Craig). Grandmother to Kaylee , Kyle, Chandler, Chelsea, Caedon ,Chad, Austin, Casey, Chase, Ryan, Skylar, and Royce Cayne. Sister to Carol (Maryland), Randy (Maryland), and Laurie (Pennsylvannia).
Viewing and services will be held November 19, 2013 at Forest Meadows Funeral Home, 725 NW 23 Ave Gainesville, FL at 10:00 a.m.
I am keeping you and your family in my thoughts.
You and your family will be in my prayers.
Just found out late last night of your loss. Just wanted to let you know how sorry I am to hear it. No expression of sympathy – no matter how deeply felt – can help much right now, but I had to let you know that my thoughts and prayers are with you.
So sorry for your loss. Will keep you in my prayers
So sorry Jimmy to hear about Tracy. She was a definite Heisey person, and she will be missed, because she knew her glass. She had been in my prayers all this time, even though we have not seen her~
I just found out about you loss. Words are inadequate at a time like this. Tracy was my suitemate in college. She and you have been in my thoughts and prayers since I learned of her illness! You will continue to be in my prayers.
Thinking of you. . .