Tracy Tuke Obituary (1963 – 2022) – West Jordan, UT

Tracy Floyd Tuke, Sr.


– Tracy Floyd Tuke, Sr. passed away suddenly at the age of 59, on Thursday June 23rd, 2022. Tracy was born in Salt Lake City Utah on January 10th, 1963 to Janice and Harvey Tuke. Tracy attended Saint Ann Catholic School in Salt Lake City Utah, where he would later meet his future wife Renee Varoz (Tuke) and together they had four boys that he adored; Christopher, Tracy Jr., Cassidy and Bo. He had a special place in his heart for his nephew TJ Gallegos who was like another son to him. Tracy was a loving son, brother, friend, father and grandfather. He was a connoisseur in baking and worked for many years at multiple bakeries in the Salt Lake Valley, making many lifelong friends along the way. He considered every friend as part of his family and would give the shirt off his back to help someone in need. He loved nature, animals and everything outdoors from camping to fishing, spending the day at a lake swimming or taking a night time drive. He was a die hard Green Bay Packer fan, win or lose. He especially enjoyed early mornings when everything was quiet and still.

Tracy is preceded in death by his mother, Janice Tuke; grandmother Florence Riley Pearson; grandfather Ivor Pearson; Aunts Diane Cox and Charlene Pearson; Uncle, Ronald Cox, Sr and Niece Chelsie Cox.

He is survived by Renee Tuke, Children Christopher (Amanda) Tuke; Cassidy (Chandler) Tuke; Tracy Jr Tuke and Bo Tuke. grandchildren; Kailee Tuke, Brady Tuke, Cassidy Tuke Jr. and Caden Tuke. siblings; Tonya Tuke Sweat, Tamara Gates and April (Dallas) Smith.

A viewing will be held at Jenkins-Soffe Funeral Home, 4760 So. State Street, Murray, Utah on Wednesday, June 29th from 6:00-8:00 pm. A funeral mass will be held at Saint Ann Catholic Church 2119 South 400 East, Salt Lake City, Utah on Thursday, June 30th at 12:00 noon followed by graveside services at Salt Lake City Cemetery.

Until we meet again, you will be greatly missed by all of us but as you would say, Dad, yá?át?ééh (All is good).

Published by Deseret News from Jun. 27 to Jun. 28, 2022.

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