Tracy Arlene Norman

January 24, 2018
Tracy Arlene Norman

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Tracy Arlene Norman, age 51, passed away on January 24, 2018. Born on April 25th 1966, she was a lifetime resident of Hampton Roads and Lanexa, VA.
She is preceded in death by her brother Charles Rasnick and her grandparents Curtis and Arlene Rogers.
She is survived by her mother, Sandra Rogers, brother Jason Norman (Jennifer Norman), sister Chelsea Norman, her three children,Sandra Swertner, Zachary Dominguez (Mary Allen), and Travis Hux and 5 grandchildren, Ryan, Jordan, Cameron, Ava, and Dominic. She was immensely proud of her family and loved them dearly as they did her.
Tracy was a loving daughter, sister, mother, grandmother and friend. She leaves behind to cherish her memory so many friends who loved her dearly and who meant the world to her.
Tracy was a beautiful person, inside and out. Her smile could light up a room and her laughter was contagious. She always had a smile and a hug ready for anyone she came across.
There are many things that can be said about her, but for those who knew and loved her, words don’t do her justice. She will be loved, missed, and remembered fondly by all who knew her and her memory will stay alive through those she left behind.
There will not be a funeral. She wanted her ashes planted in a bio urn with a tree seed, in the spring sometime around her birthday we will be having a tree planting ceremony and celebration of life for friends and family to attend with details to come as the time gets closer.
In lieu of flowers please make a contribution in her name to your local animal shelter or humane society to honor her love of animals.

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  • January 27, 2018
    Charles Lantz says:
    I was fortunate enough to have my path cross Tracys three years ago... I will cherish the conversations we shared all my days. I know if I listen with my heart I will still hear her words echoing in my soul. Sorrow has a chokehold on my heart as I struggle to understand the why's. But my faith reminds me I will see her in Heaven, and I can not think of a more beautiful Angel to greet me when I arrive. My deepest condolences to her family and her other friends who share the sadness. May the memories bring comfort to your heart and a smile to your face....

  • January 27, 2018
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  • January 27, 2018
    Spencer L Sample says:
    Tracy. My heart is breaking right now. I've loved you as a dear friend for 40yrs! I never expected this to happen, as I'm sure we all feel the Same! You, Vicki, and I had some of the best times when we were younger. All the days spent with the horses, the nights at Plaza, and the times at the beach! I'll never forget the day we met at Grandview! I knew we would always be friends no matter where life took us! Thank you for introducing Vicki to me at Plaza that night so many years ago! Without that meeting, I would not have been blessed with my son Brandon, or my grandson Xander! You had more to do with my life than you know! The encouragement from you when I was battling leukemia in Houston ment so much to me, and helped tremendously in my fight to beat it! I could go on, and on! You have left behind an amazing family! I remember when Zach, and Sandi were born, and you brought them home! You were so happy and proud!! You are, and were a wonderful mother! I wish I could have been around to know them better! I know they will miss you terribly. I pray that God gives them the strength to carry on with their lives with you as their angel by their side! I Love You my dear friend, and I will miss you always! Until we meet again, fly high my beautiful angel, fly high!!

  • January 30, 2018
    John Swertner says:
    Tracy you and I made a beautiful daughter together, I think of the nights playing Rook at Granny’s table with her and your mom and the good times we had. I appreciated your call when I was fighting Cancer more than I can say, I wish for you my friend an eternity of peace and happiness, till we all meet again.

  • February 07, 2018
    Barbara Urquhart says:
    These words of deepest sympathy are sent to the Norman family with the hope that, as time goes by, cherished memories will help bring you inner peace, and make your loved one seem still very close to you. May the memories that mean the most to you live forever in your heart.