Tracy Bratz passed from this life and was welcomed into the gates of heaven on December 1, 2022 at the young age of 60 years. She was born in San Antonio, Texas on November 8, 1962, to Jack Hemby and Sherron Reinemund.
She will be lovingly remembered by her husband of four years, Andy Cuthbertson; daughter, Stephanie Moore (Robby); mother, Sherron Reinemund (Rowell); sisters, Michele Harmon (Stuart), Tammy Hudler, and Stephanie Cloud; grandchildren, Trey and Maddy Moore, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins. Tracy is preceded in death by her father Jack Hemby and her brother Scott Hemby.
Tracy was always chasing her dreams to make them a reality. For example, in high school she won awards for shorthand and won 1st place in the Junior Miss pageant. Her first job was a court reporter. After trying different occupations throughout her years, she recently became a real estate agent and within her first year, had sold two homes and a large property. There was nothing Tracy could not accomplish. A true inspiration to all who knew and loved her.
She and her husband were very involved in the church together. They were in a bible study and even mowed the lawn at the church. Tracy helped with the food bank and was the treasurer at the church. She was always giving people rides to church and conferences. No matter what time of day, Tracy was always available for anyone who needed her.
She enjoyed shopping and was often buying for others. Of all holidays, Tracy loved Christmas and it was her favorite time of year as she loved to give and receive. She was always making changes and improvements to better herself and her home. She liked doing puzzles and loved playing games. She claimed she was the funniest person you'll ever meet and held up to that title. Tracy was always the life of the party.
What Tracy enjoyed the most in life was spending time with her grandkids. She loved any time spent with family and attended all the kid’s events, birthday parties, dance recitals, and basketball games. She will be fondly remembered and loved by all who graced her presence.