Everly, Tracy Lynn

August 9, 1966 - October 2, 2016

Tracy Lynn Everly
Place of Birth- Dallas Texas
Tracy was born to Ray Jr. and Theresia Brandon August 9, 1966 in Dallas Texas. She grew up in Mesquite Texas where she attended West Mesquite High School. She was part of the Westerneers and participated in Choir as well as the drill team.
Tracy lost her father at a very young age and her mother remarried Wayne Miller who Tracy loved dearly as her dad.
In 1984 she married Jack Martin and in 1985 they had a daughter Cassie Martin. In 1988 she married William Everly and in 1990 they had a son William Everly II.
Tracy loved to sing she performed at the Mesquite Opra, Wyle Opera, and Grapevine Opera. She produced a demo album in the 1990’s that almost led her to fame, however she chose to stay for her children. Her grandchildren were the love of her life, she cherished every moment she spent with William Everly III and Dalton Cade Nethery
She loved sunsets and found the beauty in all of God’s creations. She loved any kind of art and loved to paint, write poems, write songs and even take songs that were already written and put her own style and tempo to it.
Tracy is preceded in death by Parents Theresia Miller and Ray Brandon, Grandparents E.M. and Elizabeth Robinson, Grandmothers- Virginia Langley and Ruth Butler, Uncles- David Robinson, Prentiss Robinson Cleve Brandon, Roger Miller, Cousins-Angel Mayo, Bubba Brandon, David Robinson Jr., and Gary Turner
She is survived by her children Cassie Martin and William Everly II, her dad Wayne Miller, her brother Ray Brandon III, her grandchildren William Everly III and Dalton Cade Nethery, many nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins as well as second cousins she considered her nieces and nephews. Memorial Service will be held at Pathway of Life Church 8510 Military Pkwy, Dallas, TX 75227 on Saturday, October 8, 2016 from 10:00 am – 11:30 am.

Arrangements are under the direction of: ARIA Cremation Service & Funeral Home 10116 E. NW Highway Dallas, Texas 75238 214.340.8008

2 replies on “Everly, Tracy Lynn”

Mona Rose says:

Love you sis, miss you so much! Wayne, Ray, Cassie and William love you all!

Crystal Massey says:

Tracy Lynn Everly is one woman that fought off many demons throughout the time that I knew her she and I lived together and though we had our ins and outs we were close at one time in her life. She sang like an angel and that alone was my fondest memories of her. As I have plenty of memories the times she sang was the most beautiful times I’ve seen her light up with joy other than when she spoke of her children and her grand baby. I will always remember her beautiful voice. She’s now singing with her momma up in heaven with the angels. When she sang gospel music she was at be her very best. I still have recordings of things she had sang whenever I was able to record her I loved hearing the soothing voice of Tracy Lynn Everly. . Keep in singing girl. . Loved and missed by many. … From the Massey family

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