Tracy Evan Duff
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Tracy Evan Duff passed away at his home in Athens, Texas, on October 27, 2019. He was born on June 14, 1962 in Dallas, Texas to Glynn Morris Duff and Nancy Lay (Henry) Duff.
He was preceded in death by his parents; his maternal grandparents, Lucille and Willie Henry; his paternal grandparents, James S. and Una Delv Duff; his aunt, Jimmie Sandra Wilson.
Tracy grew up in San Antonio, Texas where he graduated from Tom C. Clark High School in 1980. While at Clark High, Tracy played sports and was popular among both students and staff. He later moved to Athens to assist with the family owned business, Henry Realty. Tracy volunteered his time and talent to work with the city of Athens often helping decorate the town square at Christmas. He was highly regarded as a professional painter for many years. The city of Athens took note of his generosity which resulted with his being a nominee for the Athens Area Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year. Tracy loved God and was very dedicated to reading the scriptures. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends who loved him dearly.
Survivors include his sister, Diana Duff of Athens; his aunts, Elizabeth Ann Henry Trammell, Phyllis Nall and husband Don; Cousins, Leah Moore, Meredith Moore, and Mallory Moore, Lauralyn Murphey, Steve Nall and Stacy Glass, and numerous other cousins. Also surviving is his very best friend, Mark Hickey, along with a special family friend Robyn Wheaton.
Funeral services will be held on Saturday, November 2, 2019, 2:00 PM, at Autry's Carroll-Lehr Chapel, with Rev. Faulk Landrum officiating. Burial to follow at Athens City Cemetery.
Flowers are welcome or you may send a donation to First United Methodist Church, 225 Lovers Lane, Athens, Texas, 75751, or to a charity of your choice.
Published on November 1, 2019


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Sherry Davis, Hallsville, TX
Nov 06, 2019
Diana, I was very saddened to hear from Aunt Bobbie about the loss of your brother, Tracy. I know Aunt Bobbie was sad that she could not attend his service (I was gone to Pennsylvania & not available to bring her to Athens). Wanted you to know I am remembering you in my thoughts and prayers.