Tracy Lynn Mangione

April 18, 1960January 3, 2021

Tracy Lynn Mangione, age 60, of Austin, Texas passed away on Sunday, January 3, 2021. Tracy was born April 18, 1960.

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Bonnie Schieffer

January 22, 2021

I loved laughing and playing tennis with Tracy -- especially our last trip to play a tournament in San Antonio. Our first round was against the team that won the entire tournament -- needless to say, the only "trophy" for us was for participation (& memories!)

On a trip to Cabo with our tennis group, Tracy and I decided to go on a fishing excursion one day (no one else opted to join us!). We had visions of our catch being grilled for our tennis friends. Not one bite on our lines that day -- hope you're catching 'em now, girl!

Tracy had an endless love for her family -- may that always fill your hearts.

Hugs & Love,

Mary Cole

January 19, 2021

Tracy and I went to high school together. She was a free spirit with boundless energy. While I have only seen Tracy a few times since school, my heart is heavy from her loss. She was a light that will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with her family!

Cheryl West

January 19, 2021

Tracy was a friend of mine from High School. Though we have not seen each other much in the last several years, I have such fond memories of our times together during the earlier years. Rest in peace sweet friend!

Prayers and condolences to your family!

Maria Pronske

January 17, 2021

Tracy and I have known each other for a long time. Both of our husbands are Doctors. We both played tennis 🎾 at Barton Creek Country Club. Tracy was a wonderful person with such a great joyfulness and enjoyed laughing! We all loved Tracy. She really had a way of making people smile. We are going to miss her. Erik and I extend our most heartfelt condolences to you John and your family.

Joyce Turner

January 15, 2021

Calvin, Justin, Lauren and I will forever cherish the fond Memories of our Spring Breaks together from the Mountains of Colorado to the Sandy Shores of Cancun💖

Claudine Stanley

January 15, 2021

Tracy and I met each other on a tennis team over 15 years ago and instantly became friends. I have a couple funny memories with Tracy but the last one I had was when she came to visit me in Los Angeles in 2017. John had a conference here so we met in Malibu at a place called Paradise Cove. Even though it was a gloomy day Tracy’s smile and laughter made it seem like the sunniest day ever! And this was before the Pina coladas in fresh pineapples. I ended up taking a 3 hour lunch and had to make an excuse to my mean boss but it was all worth it. Tracy had a huge heart. I will miss her dearly.

Connie Lawyer

January 14, 2021

I have not been in touch with Tracy for quite a while so I was shocked and deeply saddened to learn that we lost this bundle of laughter and joy. I met Tracy on jury duty when she showed her leadership in succinctly articulating why she felt that the offender was guilty and we all ultimately did convict. During that, I learned we shared a love of tennis and I ended up on a team with her and really learned her fun side. She will be terribly missed. Love and hugs to John and all of the family.

Paula Berry

January 14, 2021

To Nancy & the Mangione family,

So very sorry to learn of Tracy's passing... May God's love & healing comfort your heart during this time. Heaven gained an Angel. She has very important work there now, but will always be with you all also.
She's only a whisper away~

Much love to you all,
Paula Berry