Tracy Marie Barbra Agate July 3 1975 - July 6, 2020
Passed away suddenly at Placentia on July 6, 2020 Tracy Agate age 45 years, she was so loved and kind and special to her family. We are devastated with her sudden passing. Our lives will be forever changed. She had a heart of gold and would do anything for anyone, she also had a sense of humour and always up for a good time.
Predeceased by her loving grand father Gus Green, Grand mother Jean Green and her mother Barbra Agate.
She leaves to mourn with loving memories her beloved children Andrew (Brandi). Brooke, Bradley and Christopher, and their father David Mulrooney and her lifelong friend, her only brother Michael, her sister in law Cathy who was Tracy’s best friend and partner in crime.
She loved her niece and nephews like her own children. Meghan (Sam), Justin, Timmy (Jamie lynn) Matthew, Michael (Brittany) her god child and nephew Benny. Tracy’s pride and joy her first grand child Caleb John Mulrooney Williams. Her great niece Katie Marie and her great nephews Jayden
and Oliver. Her aunts Linda (Uncle Joe Bohlke), and a number of other aunts, and a long list of cousins and other relatives and friends.
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Resting at Coombs Funeral Home, Placentia on Thursday from 2:00 - 9:00
Interment to follow in Coombs Memorial Cemetery, Southeast.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 Public Health Emergency, one visitation is permitted. The family can receive guests, as long as there are only 20 people in the room at one time, 50 people at the funeral services and only 50 at the cemetery. Physical distancing must be adhered at all time
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COOMBS FUNERAL HOME, PLACENTIA,Thursday from 2:00 - 9:00...Due to the ongoing COVID-19 Public Health Emergency, one visitation is permitted. The family can receive guests, as long as there are only 20 people in the room at one time,
COOMBS MEMORIAL CEMETERY, SOUTHEAST...............Due to the ongoing COVID-19 Public Health Emergency only 50 people are permitted at the cemetery