Tracy Smyth Obituary, Ballymartin GAC Announces The Death Of Beloved

Tracy Smyth Obituary, Death- The Executive Committee and the members of Ballymartin GAC mourn the loss of Tracy Smyth, a treasured member of our community, with heavy hearts. Tracy Smyth will be greatly missed. Tracy Frances was a devoted wife of John Frances and a doting mother to their four children, Conor, Tristin, Morgan, and Shea. She passed away unexpectedly. During this extremely trying time, our thoughts and prayers are with her family, especially her parents John and Rosemary, her brothers Aiden and Eamon, and the full family circle that has connections to our club.

Tracy’s presence in our club will be sorely missed because she was known for always having a smile on her face during the youth training sessions and because she was a frequent visitor to the neighborhood playground. The lives of those who were fortunate enough to be in her company were brightened by her friendly personality and her radiant smile. All of those who were fortunate enough to have known Tracy are left with an enormous gap in their hearts as a result of the unshakable love and passion that Tracy had for her family.

Funeral preparations have been taken care of for Tracy, and her body will be taken from her home at 4 Mullagh Close, Ballymartin, on the morning of Monday, November 6th, at 10:00 in the morning. After that, at 10:30 in the morning, there will be a Requiem Mass held at St. Joseph’s Church in Ballymartin, and then the cremation will take place at Dardistown Crematorium in Dublin. We respectfully urge that the family’s privacy be respected during this difficult time in accordance with their desires, and as a result, the house will continue to be kept in the strictest of confidence at all times.

In addition, the family has asked that no flowers be sent their way and instead encourages contributions to be made to Davina’s Ark so that they can continue their vital job. Any member of the family can act as a conduit for monetary contributions. Tracy Smyth will be remembered as a beloved and thriving part of our community in the years to come. She deserves to find rest in the knowledge that her memory will live on in our hearts for all time, May it be so. The members of the Executive Committee as well as the rest of the Ballymartin GAC

Author: Queen Miracle