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Tracy A. Glick

july 13, 1964 – october 7, 2023

Tracy A. Glick

Tracy Ann Glick passed away on October 7, 2023, after a short battle with ALS, at the age of 59. Born on July 13, 1964, in Cincinnati, Ohio, Tracy brought light and warmth to the lives she touched throughout her journey.

Tracy dedicated her life to education, channeling her passion for teaching into a career that positively impacted countless young minds. With a master’s degree in education, she found her calling as an educator. Her unwavering dedication and patient nature made her a cherished mentor to her students, leaving an indelible mark on their lives.

Outside of her professional life, Tracy was a deeply loving and compassionate individual, demonstrating her immense capacity for forgiveness and understanding. She found solace in her family, cherishing the bonds she shared with her son, Jake Watters, her daughter in love, Leslie Watters, and her siblings, Alison Glick, Leslie Parsons, Craig Glick, and Jan Amshoff. Tracy delighted in the joys of her grandchildren, Ethan Watters, Kierstin Bruner, and Aiden Bruner, showering them with endless love and affection.

Tracy had a creative spirit and a love for the written word. She expressed her imagination and warmth through writing children’s books, inspiring her grandchildren and everyone with whom she shared her stories.

In her leisure time, Tracy enjoyed nature, finding peace in the changing colors of the autumn leaves during her favorite season. She enjoyed camping trips, and her cooking skills were legendary, bringing smiles to all who shared a meal with her.

Tracy will be deeply missed by her family, friends, and all who had the pleasure of knowing her. Her compassionate nature, loving spirit, and patience left an indelible imprint on the hearts of those she encountered. The legacy she leaves behind serves as a reminder of the beauty and power of Jesus.

A private Life Celebration service will be held by the family.

In lieu of flowers, the family is asking that you donate in honor of Tracy’s life to ALS Foundation https://donate.als.org/ or Hospice of Cincinnati https://hospiceofcincinnati.org/.

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“Oh how we misa you Tracy. Praise God for the time that we did have with you.”

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