I can no longer
See you with my eyes
Touch you with my hands
But I will feel you in my
It is with great sadness to announce the sudden passing of Tracey Louise Turner. Cremation has taken place on Wednesday, March 31, 2021.
Tracey leaves behind her two beautiful sons, Cameron of Alberta and Liam of Orillia. Father Neil Turner (Debra Turner), Mother Ann Elliott (Ivan Elliott), Sisters Andrea Makcrow (Scott Makcrow), Lisa Turner (Sean Dale). Nephews/Niece James Makcrow, Benjamin Tejas and Josie Makcrow.
Our hearts are hurting with this tragic news. We take comfort in knowing her struggle has ended. Life at times, wasn’t so easy for Tracey, she struggles with mental health most of her adult life, however that does not represent or define who she was. She was a smart witty and loving mother and friend. She loved a good laugh and spending time talking to her boys. She loved them so very much and always had the best intensions. We know she wanted so much to be on the right path. Its very painful to see your loved one struggle to better their life and complete the circle over again. We do want to show awareness, so that maybe Tracey can help another in need. She would want that. She wanted to help people overcome challenges that she faced too.
We do not say good bye, we say, see you when we see you. You can now rest in paradise Tracey. With all our life, your family.
A committal service will be announced at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be sent to the Canadian Mental Health Association www.cmha.ca
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