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Tracie Nicole Remick

March 27, 1975 - February 14, 2019

Burial Date: March 9, 2019

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Posted by:
Samantha Everett

Posted on:
March 11, 2019

Tracie and I played basketball together in elementary school around 1982-1986. Her Dad helped coach our team. I remember Tracie as being confident, funny, athletic, talented, and fun to be around. She was always smiling. I remember slumber parties at her house and playing in the neighborhood. She loved being active. My thoughts go out to her family during this time, especially her twin sister, Tiffany.

Posted by:
Janine (Sharp) Knappe

Posted on:
March 9, 2019

Tracie was my teammate and friend in high school. We played basketball all 4 years together at MHS. She was such a great athlete and teammate. I remember her effortless shot, infectious personality, her drive to win, and her sense of humor! My condolences to the Remick family. I am so sorry for your loss. Rest In Peace

Posted by:
Debbie Odle

Posted on:
March 9, 2019

I first met Tracie and TIffany when I was 7 years old and I played against them in basketball. They were terrific athletes even then and we were fierce opponents, well as much as you can be in 2nd grade.. My basketball team nicknamed them the dynamic duo. Image my utter dismay when I was put on "their" Seaview elementary soccer team the following year. But in the long run I was lucky, they were nothing but warm and welcoming and we all became fast friends. Tracie's amazing sense of humor had a way to put you instantly at ease. She had a sunny personality that was very engaging. Our friendship started on the soccer field and I could not be more thankful. If you had the good fortune to know Tracie or even cross her path then you know that she was one of those truly special people. She had such a magnetic personality and you could not help but be drawn in by her infectious laughter or her amazing smile. I recently came across a quote that instantly made me think of Tracie...... "the candle that burns twice as bright only burns for half as long, you burned oh so brightly" Tracie. You will forever be in my heart. With heartfelt condolences to Tiffany (love you Tiff!!!) and her family- Debbie Odle