Deb, Vicki, Corey, Kristyn, Kaitlyn, Lee and all the family
Love and strength to you at this difficult time. We all share beautiful memories of Tracy and will miss her dearly. Thank you Vicki for encouraging us all to live better and be kind in her memory.
Sending our love and deepest condolences.
Debbie and family,
There are no words to describe how saddened we are for your loss. Tracy was a beautiful person inside and out. Our family's thoughts and prayers are for all of you. Everytime I look up in the evening sky and see a shining star I will think of Tracy for that is what she was and still is. Much love and strength to all of you.
May the Lord hold you in the palm of his hand. Peace be with you all.
Tracy ..what a beatiful woman , inside and out . She truly was an inspiration to all that knew her . When I was around Tracy I felt an inspiration to be a better person , a kinder and gentler person , just like her. I am so sorry Vicki , my closest friend. You are an amazing sister , a strong caregiver and a rock for Tracy . You are a force to be reckoned with, a true advocate and Tracy loved you so much .
Debbie I am so sorry that you have lost a dear daughter in Tracy . All the girls are lucky to have you as their Grammy .. I can’t imagine the pain you are suffering . You must be so proud as a Mother reading all these tributes to Tracy.
Corey I am so sorry you have lost your sister . You have always been a loving uncle to all your nieces .
They are lucky to have you .
Kaitlyn and Kristyn you are in my thoughts . You are both truly everything good that was Tracy. You know she is all around you .
Lee you are in my thoughts and know that you were such a rock and loving caregiver to Tracy ..I saw her ring , what a beautiful thing to do for you both .
Love to you all , you are in our thoughts everyday .
Mike and Kim and kids
Cancer never stood a chance against Tracy Sweeney-Magee
I know it wore down her body. I know it exhausted her strength. And I know it took her life. But cancer couldn’t dim her smile. And what a smile it was!
Everything good, everything wholesome, everything pure about childhood and love was found in her smile. But there was more—a hint of mischief, a sense of self-confidence, an unmistakable kindness. It was the kind of smile that drew people to her.
That smile was there the first time I saw Tracy. And it was still there the last time I saw her. The ravages of cancer, and chemo could not wipe it from her face. If anything, her smile two short weeks ago was brighter and more joyous the last time I saw her. Cancer was helpless against it.
Tracy was doubly blessed with beauty—inside and out. Cancer could do nothing to diminish either. More striking than her physical features, was her inner beauty. It was a beauty that shone through her eyes and smile every day of her life. Cancer tried to take it from her, but failed miserably.
Cancer couldn’t steal Tracy’s popularity. To know her was to love her and to root for her. We should all be so lucky to have as many friends as Tracy did. She touched more people in her short time on earth than most of us could in 100 years. From her mother Debbie Sweeney, her brother Corey Sweeney and sister Vicki Sweeney, her two beautiful daughters, Kaitlyn Magee and Kristyn Magee, her partner Lee Moffatt, her many day care children and families, her friends and former classmates, no one entered Tracy’s orbit without being inspired by her. Cancer was utterly helpless to interfere.
Cancer was unable to break Tracy’s spirit. Her zest for life and fire burned brightly to the very end. Her confidence and adventurousness were undimmed. She took everything cancer could throw at her and kept going. She endured pain that would have hobbled the toughest. She found energy in the face of draining treatments. She maintained a positive outlook in the bleakest of situations. Where was cancer’s victory in that?
Cancer ripped a hole in the lives of everyone who loved Tracy. Cancer left us devastated and heartsick. Cancer robbed the world of someone who would have done great things—someone who would have made a difference.
But cancer did not beat Tracy. It never stood a chance!
Our heartfelt condolences go out to you during this very difficult time. Heaven just gained a beautiful soul.
Sending our deepest condolences, thoughts, and prayers to the Sweeny family, Kaitlyn, and Kristyn. Heaven gained a truly beautiful angel inside and out far too soon. Sending our love in this immensely difficult time.
Thinking of Kaitlyn and Kristyn during this awful time. Sending all my love, condolences and prayers to the Sweeney family.
The world changes from year to year, our lives from day to day, but our love and memory of you shall never pass away.
Fly on, our Little Dragonfly.
My heart is broken for all of you. Sending my love and prayers to give you strength during this impossibly difficult time.
A beautiful soul taken way to soon. May you rest in paradise free of pain. Your smile and caring nature will be missed, but you will live and shine through in everyone's heart that knew you...xo