Tracy Oliver Ellis

Tracy Oliver Ellis, of South Ingleside Farm Road, Iron Station North Carolina, went to meet the Lord on Wednesday February 1, 2023. Tracy left us at the youthful age of 54 years old due to natural causes at the home.

Those close to her knew she had the softest hearts wrapped up in a guarded exterior that protected her from the world.

She leaves this world to her surviving family. Husband of 19 years Walter D. Ellis, of the home; her best 4-legged friend named Suzy Q, of the home; father, Leonard W. Oliver; two brothers Allen Oliver of Catawba and Mark Oliver of China Grove; sister Tammy Janney of Lynchburg Virginia; niece Anna Seevers of Lincolnton; her great niece that looked at her as a grandparent Evee Lever; along with many more nieces, nephews, and grandnieces.

A Memorial of Life Service will take place on Saturday February 11, 2023, at 2:00PM at Faith Baptist Church in Iron Station, North Carolina which is the Ellis’s home church.  

The Good Samaritan Funeral Home is honored to serve the Ellis Family.

4 Responses to Tracy Oliver Ellis

  1. Michelle McFarland February 7, 2023 at 12:23 pm #

    Don and family, on behalf of our entire team, please accept our deepest sympathies. As a friend and colleague Tracy’s unique spirt and many talents will be deeply missed. Our hearts are saddened by this incredible loss, and our thoughts are with you.

    Warm Regards,
    Michelle McFarland

    • Allen Oliver February 7, 2023 at 9:47 pm #

      Thank you for your kind words and for reaching out to Don in his time of need. Tracy will always be with us. I am linking your work condolence board here and on Facebook.

    • Tammy Janney February 9, 2023 at 9:55 pm #

      Michelle McFarland thank you

  2. Lisa Gonzin February 11, 2023 at 2:13 pm #

    Tracy was a great person and one of the best co workers I could ever be fortunate enough to work with. We had sad days due to the type of work we did but gosh we had some great days and laughs. We loved that song “The Macarena” and we were singing and she was doing her arms like a Hawaiian does their dance. We laughed so much that day. I could go and on. She left this world a christian woman and walking streets of gold. I love you Trace. I will never forget you. My condolences to all her loved ones.

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