Tracy Allen Davis
March 22, 1967 – February 14, 2022
Survived by father, Wilford Davis (Lisa); mother, Bonnie Raines; wife, Teresa Davis; son, Michael John Mackey, Jr.; daughters: Megan Jean Mackey, Samantha Jo Davis (Alan), Nicole Kathleen Davis; brothers: Charles Davis (Julie), Melvin Davis (Andrea), Nick Davis (Catherine); sister, Robin Howe (Bill).
VISITATION: Friday, February 18th from 5pm to 8pm at West Center Chapel. CELEBRATION OF LIFE: Saturday, February 19th at 10:30am at West Center Chapel. Inurnment: Evergreen Cemetery. Memorials are directed to the family.
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Tracy Allen was born into the Davis clan on March 22, 1967, to Bonnie Jo and Wilford. His brothers, Chuck and Doug, couldn’t wait for their new victim, until the loving baby sister, Robin, came along shortly after. Life continued, with all its miracles and hardships, until each of the boys entered the military, and then they were the governments’ problem.
Upon his release, Tracy went on to do great things; running a few night clubs, increasing the Clan by one, Samantha Jo, and becoming one of the hardest working people on earth. He had an apartment and lived for his daughter, working as a cook and professional cleaner.
When Tracy met Teresa, her son, Mike, and daughter, Megan, he won them over with Mickey Mouse pancakes, which eventually brought Nicole in as the newest Davis. He was happiest, when all his kids were under the same roof; despite claiming that his dream was a one-bedroom house as his empty nest.
His many loves included bowling, KISS, Star Wars, and wrestling that would grow to include his family, woodworking, fishing, and of course, his dogs. Hours on the water with brother-in-law, Will, or a day in the wood shop always made Tracy smile. He always put his whole heart into the things and people he loved, and nothing would ever change that.
As Tracy touched the lives around him, nothing could slow him down. He came to battle with health for over 15 years. After more than a dozen heart attacks, he was still going strong. Being diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease didn’t stop him either. Tracy would go on to fight Pancreatic Cancer for over a year. Even through rounds of chemo, his spirit held on strong.
He finished the fight on February 14, 2022. His life, well lived, will live on in the memories of those who loved him.