Margaret Susan Tracy

10 August 1947 - 24 May 2024

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Margaret Susan Tracy

Susan was born in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia to Frank William Tracy and Margaret Lulu Rodgers Tracy. She was the youngest of four children. She rode her Arabian horse, barefoot and bareback, daily in the sand along the shore of the gulf in Ras Tanura. Before jetliners, her family’s bi-annual vacations back to America took her through dozens of international cities and ports. A natural blonde with a stunning figure, she shared an evening with Peter Sellers in Rome and partied with Farrah Fawcett at UT-Austin. She was fiercely independent, choosing a career and self-fulfillment. She was an enforcement officer for the IRS in Houston, TX for over 30 years. She wore a badge for Uncle Sam and hunted the wealthiest liars and cheaters she could find. During that time, she became an avid tennis player, playing several days per week. She also volunteered regularly at her local community theatre - acting and helping behind the scenes. Susan's love for animals, especially cats, started when a neighborhood stray orange tabby adopted her. She named him Corky. He was the first of many beloved pets in Susan's life. She frequently fed and took care of stray animals in need of tender love and care. Her generous spirit also meant she hosted, entertained and cared greatly for her many friends and family. She always remembered to send cards and gifts to her loved ones. She was loved immensely. Susan wished to leave this final thought for everyone: "Be kind to all humans and all other animals."

Susan was preceded in death by parents Frank and Margaret, her sister Sally and her grand-nephew Brent. She is survived by brothers Bill and Jim, sister-in-law Marjorie and brother-in-law George. As well as niece and nephew-in-law Erica and Raf, nephew Whitney, and nephews and nieces-in-law David and Colleen, Paul and Tess, Joey and Nicole and grand-nieces and grand-nephews Jeremy, Rhiannon, Joel, Caleb, Annika, Ryan, Maya, Marley, Hudson and Virginia.

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