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Tracy Lane Wilkins

January 9, 1960 - November 19, 2022
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Greenlawn Funeral Home East
3540 East Seminole
Springfield, MO 65809
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Wednesday 11/23, 10:00 am

Tracy Lane Wilkins January 9, 1960- November 19, 2022 Tracy Lane Wilkins passed away on November 19, 2022 doing an activity that he had so much passion for, riding his bicycle. Anyone who knew him knows he had a passion for God, a love for his family and a love for cycling. He spent his life going on many adventures withContinue Reading

David Nelson left a message on December 2, 2022:
Pam and family, I’m so sorry for your loss. I wish you peace as you mourn Tracy
Diana Lyman left a message on November 24, 2022:
So saddened to hear of Tracy's passing. Tracy was an awesome man and he left his imprint on those that had the pleasure to know him....my thoughts and prayers go out to his family..peace to you!
Dan Kindel left a message on November 24, 2022:
We met Tracy (and Cliff and Rick) while on our first ride on the Frisco Trail. My wife and I were so fortunate to ride with these local legends. Such hospitality that Tracy gave me his number to take us on more gravel another day. We live in Florida but have been communicating with Tracy and Cliff ever since and were looking forward to meeting them this summer for more gravel adventures. Thank you Tracy for showing us the beauty of Missouri gravel and thanks for your continued kindness to us over the past few years. Gravel riding lost a great one. Condolences to his family.
Jason Carpenter left a message on November 23, 2022:
My sincerest condolences to the family on this tragic loss. May the God of peace be with you especially during this time.
Casey and Clint Hunt left a message on November 23, 2022:
Sending thoughts and prayers to the family and friends of Tracy, especially his mom, wife, kids and grandkids. . He touched so many lives in so many ways. He will be greatly missed, especially his smile and compassion but his legacy will live on through many. May your family find the strength from God to help you through the coming days and may the memories help comfort those who knew you. RIP friend.
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Brad Grainger left a message on November 23, 2022:
Tracy & Pam joined our Bible Study class at Second Baptist in January of 2022. Tracy was a focused and passionate individual who threw himself deeply into each of his areas of interest. He quickly became an integral part of our class as he contributed his insight into an understanding of Bible truths. While not a fisherman he journeyed to Stockton Lake this fall to ride, camp and hang out with our Men’s Fishing Trip group. He quickly threw in to join in on the chores as well as sharing stories and building relationships with his fellow classmates. I appreciated his easy friendship, willingness to listen as well as his willingness to share is faith. I will miss Tracy and the opportunity to have known him more. Much love to you Pam.
Joe Johnson left a message on November 22, 2022:
Rest in peace my friend, coworker and cyclist you will always be remembered. And my condolences to Pam and family.
Dale Sargent left a message on November 22, 2022:
Tracy was an icon of the Springfield cycling community. His happy countenance and love of an adventure will be missed. Condolences to Pam and the rest of the family.
Cliff Jacobs left a message on November 22, 2022:
My prayers and thoughts for Tracy and his family are abundant as I remember the experiences we have shared over the years. During the many miles I cycle in the future Tracy will be by my side leading and guiding as he always did.
Cathy Kerwin left a message on November 22, 2022:
We will always think of Tracy as he zipped along on his bike. So sorry for your loss.
John Middleton left a message on November 21, 2022:
He was an awesome cyclist & an inspiration for how to live life to the fullest! My heartfelt sympathy to his wife & family.
Bob and Sherry Jeffers left a message on November 21, 2022:
So very sorry for your loss.
Keith D left a message on November 21, 2022:
Celebrating this man's life. Dedication to the cycling community. More than anything though the love he had for his wife, family, kids and grandkids. He loved sharing about the adventures he got to be part of with those treasured people in his life. Mourning for those dear to him who are missing him so much now.
Greenlawn left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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