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TRACY PIPPY ((Cleary, Phillips))

Born: May 04, 1961

Date of Passing: Feb 16, 2023

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Tracy Pippy (Cleary, Phillips) born May 4, 1961, passed away February 16, 2023 after a lengthy illness.
She leaves to mourn her mother Dorothy Earley; sons Wayne Cleary, Jason (Ashlyn, Everley, Rory) Cleary; brothers Richard (Sharon, Mark, Craig, Nikki and Sherri) Phillips, Miles (Jacqueline, Tyler) Phillips; stepbrother and sister Wes and Shawnna Phillips; best friend Gord Pippy. She was predeceased by her brother Nelson Phillips and father Cecil Phillips.
Tracy was very bubbly, social and loved all her children. She had her own daycare and also worked at Ice Sports, Dollarama, Safeway and Canadian Tire for ten years. She loved Canadian Tire and the staff there.
Thanks to all the staff at HSC and Victoria Hospital for their excellent care.
A graveside service will be held on Wednesday, February 22, 2023 at 1:00 p.m. at Waverley Memorial Gardens, 1501 Waverley St., followed by lunch.

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As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Feb 18, 2023

Condolences & Memories (7 entries)

  • So sorry to hear of Tracy’s passing. She was always pleasant and had great stories to tell. Both Tracy and I would chat about how we both loved Clear Lake and she would always update me on any new info going up there when she visited her mom and I would do likewise when I vacationed up there. We never ran out of Clear Lake stories. She will be missed my many. - Posted by: Cliff Clement (Co worker Canadian Tire) on: Mar 27, 2023

  • I am so deeply saddened to hear of Tracy’s passing. We worked together for the 10 years she was at Canadian Tire. I will always remember her smiling, friendly personality. She always spoke about her family and especially her children. Even with her ongoing health issues Tracy always wore a smile and shared quick joke. She was a very kind and caring lady. My deepest sympathy Lesley-Ann Bradie - Posted by: Lesley-Ann Bradie (Co-worker @ Canadian Tire) on: Mar 14, 2023

  • I was involved the morning Tracy was born. I was working, had no vehicle and little money when her Mom told me she was being born at home. With great effort between all of us we got the help needed which included a doctor to cut her cord at home and then a very kind neighbour took Dorothy and Tracy to the hospital. And Richard and Miles came by taxi to me to where I was working and living. Whew! So our precious Tracy came into our world. She was such a tiny bundle of love when she came home the diapers had to be cut in half to fit. Over the years when she was school age she would spend the odd weekend with us. I would curl her hair which she loved. And I sewed her a dress or two and she would put it on and off to Sunday School we would go. Her cousins and I loved having her stay with us. Then she would go home. Over the years as a family we had many wonderful times together with her. Tracy absolutely loved children and was excellent with them. And she sure loved and treasured her two boys as well and now swooned over her grandchildren. She also was amazing with money. She knew how to live on her income and make the best of it. I really was proud of her for that. And she really battled the last number of years for her life with tenacity and an amazingly positive attitude. Tracy thought well of everyone. So she would have been a good friend too. I loved you Tracy, and I will miss you. But I will see you in heaven for which I am grateful for. There we will both be healthy. Whole and very happy with Jesus! - Posted by: Gladys E Smith (Auntie) on: Feb 21, 2023

  • Sending my deepest sympathy to the family. She will forever be remembered in your hearts. ❤ - Posted by: Jody Brown (Friend) on: Feb 21, 2023

  • Dear Jason, Wayne and family, sending prayers and comforting hugs, on the early passing of your mom. Tracy and I go back to before you boys were born on Banning St. I will miss all our chats and giggles that we always shared. Your mom was a great mom, and loved you boys, and she loved life. rest in peace. Comforting hugs, Friend and tax lady. - Posted by: JAN ROCHELLE (FRIEND/TAXLADY) on: Feb 20, 2023

  • It sounds like Tracy's passing is leaving a legacy of love and kindness. Losing family is always a sad loss, but when someone is so young and loved it seems more difficult to understand. Memories and love can bring such comfort as we travel through grief. A good memories is best when it’s used often. Our love to you all. - Posted by: Phi & Sharron MacBride (Cousin) on: Feb 19, 2023

  • Our condolences to all the family. So sorry for your loss. - Posted by: Ed and Teresa Pilbeam (Friends of family) on: Feb 18, 2023

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