Tracy Levette Smith

October 27, 1972 ~ July 23, 2018 (age 45)

Vocalist Tracy Levette Smith was born in Waycross, GA on October 27, 1972 to the late Verlyn Gail Smith Eberhart and the late Spencer James Gay Sr. She was raised by the late Gracie and James Willie Mullen.
Tracy graduated as a Bulldog with the class of 1991 from Waycross High School. She would later earn her associate's degree from Okefenokee Technical College. She worked in the medical field as a CNA and X-Ray tech. She also worked in the Ware County school system as a substitute teacher and Children's Academy in Chattanooga, TN. She was a faithful member of Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church of Waycross, GA under the leadership of the late Rev. Arnold McKinney and Rev. Fer-Rell Malone Sr. As a member, she was a part of "The Voices of Macedonia". Occasionally, she would share her voice with different churches and events in the surrounding area.
After fulfilling 'a charge to keep she had', her Lord and Savior appointed and anointed Tracy to lead His heavenly choir on July 23, 2018. 
She was preceded in death by special family members: Viola and Richard Gamble, Leila and Leroy Smith, her grandparents; Ida and John Smith, her great grandparents; Fannie and John Slay & Rebecca and Green Smith, her sister; Mattie Rascoe, her brothers; Frank Taylor and Orlandas (Rock) Gay, cousin Iris Johnson, and spiritual mother; Mrs. Leola Lee Davis.
She leaves to cherish her memories her son; Maurice Taylor, 2 daughters; Zakia Taylor(Ken) and Rebekah Swift(Malcolm), step-daughter; Cassandra Moore(Micheal), 5 grandchildren; Kamari, Zibria, Axyl, London, and Kayden, 5 step-grandchildren; Alayna, Quinshana, Quincy, Khaliah, and Kendrick, brothers; Spencer Jr.(LaTasha), Willie, Anthony, Joseph, sisters; Lanika, Debra, Vickie, Joyce, Lavern(Greg), aunts; Velma(Joe Bobby), Lenora(Bobby), Gracie(Michael), Elizabeth McConnell, uncles; John Henry, John A(Beth), James(Francine), God-sister; Kemoa Jones and God-children, The Fab 5; Tracy, Zakia S., Latrice, John Jr., and Iris, 3 best friends; Shirley Gardner, Sheila Brown, Phyllis King, a special friend; Howard, step-father; Cornell Eberhart, a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and sorrowing friends.


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