McCann, Tracy A.

November 20, 1959 - January 16, 2014

Tracy Ann McCann died Thursday, Jan. 16. She was 54 years old.

She was born Nov. 20, 1959, in El Paso to Maryann and Dave Farquhar. A devoted daughter, Tracy grew up in El Paso, but her family later moved to Dallas, where she graduated from JJ Pierce High School in 1978. She was married to Bo McCann for 16 years and became a mother to two wonderful children in 1984 and 1987. Being a mother was always important to Tracy, and she was proud to call them hers. She dedicated her time to the kids and the home and volunteered in the PTO and as a Girl Scout Brownie Troop leader. Tracy adored animals and had a love for movies and celebrity gossip—watching the glamorous red carpet world unfold. One of her favorite Hollywood icons was Barbra Streisand. She had an eye for home décor and excelled at the art of decorating.

God was always a source of comfort for Tracy, and her love for Him was unconditional. Tracy is survived by her children, daughter Kelsey McCann and son Will McCann, and her brother, Randy Farquhar, all of Dallas. Her parents preceded her in death.

The memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 21, at Aria Cremation Services and Funeral Home, 19310 Preston Road, Dallas, Texas 75252.

 

Arrangements are under the direction of:

Aria Cremation Service & Funeral Home
19310 Preston Road, Dallas, Texas 75252
214) 306-6700

23 replies on “McCann, Tracy A.”

Paula Hannegan says:

Suffer no more, my friend. You were a dynamic woman I am blessed to have known. Look down on us sweet angel and continue to help us through our time on earth! Love!

Gigi McClaskey says:

Tracy was a beautiful, sweet, kind, loving friend. She will be missed terribly. Prayers of peace and comfort to know that God is hugging her now. Thanks for your loving friendship. Gigi Jacks McClaskey

Jim and Joy Roberts says:

We are so saddened by this terrible loss. What a sweet spirit she was. Our hearts and prayers are with you all and we look forward to seeing Tracy again in heaven.

Carla Rich says:

My sincerest sympathy goes out to you Kelsey on your loss. I am so sorry for you and your family. Know that your dear mother is at peace and you will see her again some day.

George Moore says:

Goodbye for now Tracy! RIP

Sheryl Radowick says:

Last Friday I learned of the unfortunate and untimely death of your Mother and my friend Tracy. There are no words to describe the utter grief that I am feeling right now, and I cannot possibly imagine the shock and sorrow that has been thrust on your family as well.
I will never forget all the fun times and laughter your Mother and I shared over the years! I learned alot from her too!
Right now, we all are trudging through the mourning process, but with support from friends and family, I think we can find ourselves whole again. Please accept my sincerest condolences and know that I am here with you through it all if you need me.
With Love & Sorrow,
Sheryl Radowick

Cindy Seabrook says:

Kelsey and Will, my heart goes out to you, both. Tracy will be missed
by so many. I know that she is at peace, now. With deepest sympathy,
your cousin Cindy Seabrook.

Suzanne Sudduth says:

Spread your wings and fly my friend, until we meet again.

Susan and Bob Comer says:

Dear Kelsey and Will. We were so sorry to hear the news about your mother. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Rest in peace, Tracy. Your South Carolina cousins, Susan and Bob

Kelsey says:

Love you momma. RIP

Charlotte Giles says:

Kelsey,
You and your brother are very young to lose your mama. My thought and prayers are with you.

Theresa Garza and Austin says:

We will miss Tracy dearly… she was a considerate and beautiful woman who gave so much to others. No more suffering, Tracy… we will see you again. Rest in peace.

Kelsey and Will – our deepest sympathy to you and your family.

cinder coher says:

Your struggles are over. I find comfort in knowing
I’ll see you again, sweet friend.

Joseph Sciuto says:

Dear Kelsey and family:
I am very sorry to hear about your mother’s death. It really sucks, especially her being so young. The bond between a mother and her children is like no other bond we will ever form in our lifetimes. It is simply that very special and unique. Hemingway, once said, “That the only thing a person takes with them when he/she dies it what they left behind.” In the case of your mother, I am certain she leaves behind a treasure of fond and loving memories which you, your family, and her friends will cherish forever.

Joe

Debbie Whited says:

Tracy, God loves you and you are now an angel in Heaven and God has his arms wrapped around you. No more pain, just love and peace. RIP, sweet Tracy.

Randy Akin says:

You were a great friend to me back when we were young, a truly good friend that helped me get through some difficult times. We had reconnected a couple of years ago and it was like we had never missed a beat. You were a truly wonderful friend with a huge heart. You will be missed. I take comfort in knowing you are no longer suffering and are in a better place.
Till we meet again,
Randy Akin

Donna Gelfand says:

Kelsey and Will, we are so sorry for your loss. You will be in our prayers. We wish there were words that could help you through this time. As time goes by, hopefully the pain will be replaced by the good memories that you have.
Andy and Donna Gelfand

Suzanne McCann says:

My heart saddens with the loss for all. Tracy always brought color, dynamics and flair where ever she appeared. I will always remember her quick smile, her kindness and willingness to be involved and step in and help! RIP Tracy.

Cheryl & Mike Hudson says:

Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Your mom was an amazing gentle spirit and know that you will miss her deeply, We hope you can take comfort in your good memories of her and how much she loved you! Hugs from the Hudson family

Bette LeGrand Nettle says:

May you rest in peace. Till we meet again.

Danny Meeker says:

May you rest in peace.

Barbie Drews says:

Very nice service for Tracy today. So happy to have known her. My sympathies to her family. I will remember your stories and imagine Tracy singing like Barbara Streisand!

Kerri Cox says:

Tracy, my heart is so broken that I can’t talk to you or see you. Your smile and warm heart gave me such joy and you’ll never know how much I’ll miss you. I am so sorry you were unable to have what you wanted and needed most. Rest in peace dear friend!

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