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Calais – Terry-Lynn Tracy, 20, beloved daughter of Terry and Michele Tracy, passed away unexpectedly at home on her paternal grandmother’s birthday, June 6, 2018.
Terri-Lynn was one of the sweetest, kindest and caring girls you would ever meet. She would laugh at the smallest things around her. She was very shy and timid but when she got mad; a bear came out. She loved her family and enjoyed collecting pictures of them. Terri-Lynn collected foxes and proudly displayed them in her room.
Terri-Lynn had many talents. Her artwork was amazing as her friends knew. Her singing voice was that of an angel.
Terri-Lynn was born prematurely on September 28, 1997. She entered this world with a bang. From day one she was mommy’s little angel. Terri-Lynn had an identical twin sister that gave her life so Terri-Lynn could live hers.
Terri-Lynn was predeceased by her paternal grandmother, Bernice Tracy of Baileyville; her maternal grandparents, Joseph and Mary Gebo of Eastport; an uncle Patrick Gebo of Eastport; cousin Bridget Robinson of Jonesport; and a brother-in-law Andrew Wayne Harriman of Princeton.
Terri-Lynn is survived by her parents, Terry and Michele Tracy of Calais; grandfather Amos Tracy of Baileyville; sister Cheryl-Anne Harriman of Calais; brothers Kevin Gebo of Baileyville and Scott Tracy of Calais; her niece Johanna Rose Harriman of Calais; uncle Michael G. Gebo Sr. and aunt Darlene Gebo of Jonesport; cousins Michael G. Gebo Jr, Shekara and Shaylea Leighton, all of Jonesport, Aiden, Alexander and Andrew Tracy of Idaho; uncles Bryant Tracy of South Portland, and Wayne Tracy of Texas; her fiancée Adam Rodgers of Duncan, SC, and his mom Tammy whom Terri-Lynn felt a close bond to; and her close friends, Lindsey Daggett of Calais, and Raven Plorde of Baileyville.
A service will be held 10 a.m. Saturday, June 16, 2018 at Common Ground Church, 9 Germain St., Calais. In lieu of flowers, donations in Terri-Lynn’s memory may be made to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, c/o Mental Health Assoc. of New York City, 50 Broadway, Floor 19, New York, NY 10004. Arrangements by Mays Funeral Home, Calais & Eastport. Condolences and memories may be shared at www.maysfuneralhome.com
Fly high my sweet angel. Until we meet again. You had your reasons for leaving us so soon. You are out of pain my precious girl. Mine is just beginning. I don’t understand why, I never will. I didn’t see your pain, you hid it so well. My life will be aching for yours.
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