Palmer, Tracy Scott

Palmer, Tracy Scott

May 6th, 2019

Passed away unexpectedly at his residence, on Monday, May 6, 2019, at the age of 52. Beloved son of Spence (Stacey), his late mother Carole (William) and his stepmother Shirley. Dear brother of Tim (Christina), Daryl and Warren (Cecelia). Also loved by his nephews Spencer, Justin, Cash, and his many family, friends and bandmates. Tracy had a lifelong passion for music and dogs. A Celebration of Life will be conducted at a later date this summer. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Tracy are asked to consider the Ontario SPCA and Humane Society. 

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Pam PalmerDear Spence, Stacey and Family, May memories of Tracy and the love of family surround you and give you strength in the days ahead. Thinking of you and wishing you peace and comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart. Love from your Cousin, Pam
Julie knottHe was such an amazing man, empathetic, loving..m great for jokes n sense of humour.. loved his dogs x 1oo.. and music/guitars too . Such a loss and way too soon. Love you, miss you my friend.. rock on!
Rainer WiechmannMy sympathies to all family and friends. I met Tracy many years ago when I was still working at John Bellone's music. I will always remember him from his first impression...I always called him "snake man" lol....since at the time he was always in the company of his rather large boa which he kept warm around his neck and shoulders. My wife also worked with him many years ago when he was a cook at Mexicali Rosa's downtown. over the years he frequently brought me guitars to fix and service and we spent hours talking about his music etc. he was a gentle soul and I was shocked to hear of his passing. I will remember him fondly.
Jimmie FataTracy, Tim, and I grew up together in Nelson Park. We were neighbors, sharing our pools, our homes, our food and of course our drive-way, which had no divider. My fondest childhood memories always involved Tracy and Tim and they stem from the kindness the Palmer's showed all of us kids on the street. The Fata family, Gino, Rosa, Cathy, and myself offer our sympathies to the entire Palmer family. May you rest in peace dear friend.
Chris ParrYou will be remembered as a generous and giving person. Thank you Tracy for walking a mile with me on your journey. They are times I will reflected upon with great fondness. My condolences to all family and friends during this time. Peace~Love~Rock n Roll Chris
Doug McCollI'm writing this now with tears in my eyes and a heavy heart. I lost touch old friend, but never with the times and music we shared back in London. 15 minutes ago I was holding a guitar and thought of you and then Googled you to see if I could find out what you were doing after all these years. You've likely met Jimmy and Randy by now and I know you'll be jamming. Condolences family. I'm so sorry for your loss. Play in Peace Tracy, keep it under 11 and play one for me.
Linsay McInroyShirley & Daryl I am sorry to hear the passing of someone you both loved dearly. You are in my prayers. Take great comfort knowing he is in a better place and not suffering anymore. If you need anything you know how to get a hold of me. *Hugs*
Tara Robinson-KovachTracy and I were locker buddies in high school. I am so sorry for your loss. He was a good friend in my early years at Saunders.
gary churchillSo saddened to hear of tracy's passing. Tracy was the kind of fellow that always treated his friends with love and respect. I had been talking to tracy the last few years on facebook and have always wanted to get together with him but the time was never right. So many memories of being in Mr Klopps class together and later as teens thru to our adult years. I will see you on the other side my brother.
Tracey GarveyDearest Palmer Family, my deepest condolences on the loss of a dear family member. I had the honor and privilege of cleaning Tracy's apartment for him or sometimes I would come and do his laundry for him. Tracy was a kind, sweet, and gentle man with a hilarious sense of humor who truly missed his dogs and his mom. I was happy for him when he got his puppy, I knew sometimes he was lonely and his dog gave him much love and affection. Tracy and I shared our mutual love of animals, Our Name :D, and love of music. He will be truly missed. Fly High With The Angels Tracy! Till we meet again, say hi to my mom for me <3
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