Tracey Ann Priest (22 Dec 1963 - 9 Feb 2021)

Funeral Service

Location
The Vale Crematorium Butterfield Green Road Luton LU2 8DD
Date
10th Mar 2021
Time
12.30pm
Funeral Director
Heritage Funerals

In loving memory of Tracey Ann Priest who sadly passed away on 9th February 2021
Tracey was the most generous, loving and caring person, who always put others before herself. She loved a laugh and a joke, as well as spending time with the family, her grandchildren were a great source of fun and laughter ( as well as wearing her out ). She always had time for people and loved a good chat, putting the world to rights or talking about the old days.

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Andy ✭ Betts wrote

I have so many fond memories of you, Tracey - from being really young and playing in your garden on what seemed like the biggest climbing frame ever, to all the countless sleepovers I would have at your house with Aaron and Carl. I remember when Tom and Chelsea were born and how immaculate your house was kept, even with 4 children, a dog (Buster), fish, terrapins and a snake!!! As we all got older, I remember getting the Caravan from Bob and your beautiful mum, Brenda's house, and helping Aaron do it up in the garden. It was the most exciting and coolest place ever for us 15/16 year olds to hang out in, play cards, drink and listen to music. You loved having us all there and would frequently come in for a bit of Dizzie Rascal and a game of Black Jack. I know the caravan was eventually replaced with something even cooler and I really wish I could have spent some time in there with you all. You were such a fun loving person, who loved to laugh but was also a very real, deep and a clued up person. The words spoken today as your family and friends said goodbye really summed up how special you are and the fact the lady leading the ceremony become emotional throughout really showed how powerful and true those words were. My heart goes out to all your family and to the love of your life, Tony. The way you both just looked at each other was really special, and something we can all aspire to have in our own lives. There is no doubt a huge hole without you in this life, but your memories will live on forever and I know you have equipped those around you with the right tools and wisdom to be strong, and you will always be looking down on them all. Love you x

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Carl Priest wrote

I really miss you Mum , I wish I could hear your voice one last time , I hope you know that I love you , always have and always will.

Sleep tight.

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Brenda Thrussel wrote

My darling daughter Iam so going to miss you, our lovely chats with a cup of coffee on a Monday afternoon, having a gossip and a laugh. I remember when you were born Xmas 1963 and they were having a carol service, and if the babies cried they would take them away, I used to rock you so you didn't cry. This wicked disease has taken you, and I could not keep you safe, but my message is,
If there ever comes a day when we can't be together keep me in your heart. I'll stay there forever.xx

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