Dorothy G. Tracy (nee Armstrong), on September 1, 2021, of Marlton. Age 65.
Beloved wife of Timothy J. Tracy. Devoted mother of Alicia Mayer (Michael), Nicolette Burns (Jamie), and Christopher Tracy. Loving sister of Norvel Armstrong. Dear sister-in-law of Stephen Tracy (Pamela) and Msgr. Joseph Tracy. Cherished aunt of Allison Tracy. She also leaves behind a life-long friend in Kay Ellen Yost, who shared the dearest memories with her.
Dorothy was a devoted elementary and inclusion teacher with Deptford Township Schools for 42 years. Not only was she loved by so many who walked the halls each year, but she was also a mentor always advocating for her students' success with a smile on her face. She was known for having a heart of gold, a positive attitude, a fashionable style, and dedication to her students. She lived and breathed for the Oak Valley community. She enjoyed crafts, reading, and baking. But she was also a very passionate sports fan, especially when she rooted for her son and the Phillies.
There will be a visitation from 4 pm to 7 pm Wednesday, September 8 at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, RUNNEMEDE.
Funeral service 7 pm at the funeral home.
Interment is private at the request of the family.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Dorothy's memory to the Deptford High School Dorothy Tracy Scholarship Fund, 575 Fox Run Road, Deptford, NJ 08096.
She will be greatly missed by all who knew her.
Runnemede, NJ 08078
Runnemede, NJ 08078
Mrs Tracy taught my youngest daughter in second grade. Because my daughter was the youngest in her class, the school suggested that Samantha be tutored to keep fresh and to help her speed up her work process. She continued to tutor her and it paid off as my daughter did wonderful in middle and high school. My oldest daughter had to go to summer school and Mrs Tracy tutored my oldest in geometry. She come when my mom was watching the kids and they enjoyed talking to one another. Her son sometimes came with her. She was the best second grade teacher and I was hoping she would be able to teach my granddaughter. I ran into her at a DHS basketball game and updated her on my daughter Sam and she was so happy to hear that she was doing well in college. She was truly an inspiration to all that she taught.RIP