It is with profound sadness we announce Tracy's passing, on Saturday, June 17, 2023.

Tracy leaves to mourn her husband Terry, mother Jo-anne Charney, aunt June Burak, of Winnipeg, uncle Frank Young of Vancouver, BC, nephew Ryan Charney of Victoria, BC, numerous cousins and her best boys Neiman and Laddie. Tracy was predeceased by her father Casmir, brother Robin, sister Penny and Saks.

Tracy was born on March 4th, at Victoria General Hospital, and grew up in the North End, having gone to Robertson Elementary School, Andrew Mynarski V.C. School and Sisler High School.

Tracy loved sports and being outdoors and, in her youth, spent many days and evenings playing hockey with the boys. She actively cheered on her Winnipeg Jets and yelling, "Go Bombers". Clear Lake was her favourite destination to enjoy swimming, biking and boating. In the winter Tracy loved skating, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, as well as playing bingo.

Tracy worked at the Polo Park Inn, afterwards at HSC Admissions, and later she went on to operate her own business, "Moments Wedding and Event Planning".

One of her passions was celebrating holidays and the change of seasons. Fall was her favourite season, and annually she would decorate hay bales with different caricatures celebrating Thanksgiving, Halloween and Christmas. Christmas was her favourite holiday, when she would decorate every room in the house and outside to the utmost splendour.

Shopping was another passion of Tracy's, and taking vacation trips to various locations, however New York City was her favourite.

Tracy was a beautiful person inside and out. Her smile was so stunning it would light up the whole room. She cared deeply for the people around her. She was kind and passionate and generous to a fault. She made an impact on many lives. She will be forever missed.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Tracy's name to the Winnipeg Humane Society.

At Tracy's request there will be no funeral service.

A Memorial Tree was planted for TRACY
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at 1442 Main Street
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