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Tracy Emerson Price

May 19, 1962October 30, 2020
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Tracy Emerson Price, age 58, of Dallas, Texas passed away on Friday, October 30, 2020. Tracy was born May 19, 1962 in Dallas, Texas. He graduated from Bryan Adams High School.

Tracy had a career in sales for J-N Fence Company. He had a passion for spending time with his children and grandchildren, and he also loved going to his favorite place: the beach.

Tracy is survived by his son, Connor Allen Price and wife Jordan; daughter, Kellen Price; grandchildren, Caden and Colbi Price; sister, Paige Price Herrera and husband Bob; and niece and nephew, Holly and Heath Herrera. He is preceded in death by his parents, Allen and Genna Price; brother, David Price; and sister, Adrienne Price.

A celebration of life for Tracy will be held Friday, November 13, 2020 from 10:00 AM at Sparkman-Crane Funeral Home, 10501 Garland Road, Dallas, TX 75218.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.Sparkman-Crane.com for the Price family.

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Mike and Myrna Shirey

November 12, 2020

Tracy you left us way to soon. So much life will be missed especially by your children and the rest of the immediate family.
Rest in peace and have fun in heaven, in the dirt and on the beach.

Lisa Parker

November 11, 2020

I was so sad to get the news of my friend no longer being here. Tracy & I have been buddies for over 30 yrs. He was always the better friend at keeping in touch. We may not talk for 6 months, but he’d call and we’d talk at least an hour. He sure loves his kids & grandkids with his big heart. I thought about him a few weeks ago and thought I should call him and then I got busy and didn’t. Lesson learned. I’m praying for comfort, peace and strength for Kellen & Conner and the rest of the family.

Gail Oehler

November 9, 2020

Tracy and his family were wonderful neighbors of ours. From carpools to school to pick up games at the church lot, our memories of Tracy are certainly treasured. I (Gail) even had my biggest bike wreck in front of the Price house when I was in 5th grade. My brother, Tommy, played on multiple sports teams with Tracy. Tracy was a good athlete, fun to be around, and kind. Tracy's sister, Paige was our babysitter at times. Tracy's parents were witty as was Tracy. Our deepest sympathies go out to Tracy's family.
With sincere love,
The Oehler "kids"
Leslie, Gail and Tommy

Rebecca (Becky) Gonzalez

November 7, 2020

Four things that I remember about Tracy vividly were his uplifting smiles, sense of humor, sharing his childhood memories, and the love he had for his son and daughter. He would always stop by our house every time he had his dirt bike loaded in his the truck and say laughing and with the biggest smile he would say "time to go and play in the dirt." Tracy loved his family and his children. His children were his pride and joy. Rest in Peace Tracy. Your smile and sense of humor were memorable and left a lasting impression on Wally and I.

Sincerely,

Rebecca (Becky) Gonzalez

Guadalupe (Wally) Monreal

November 7, 2020

Fond memories of Tracy's personality and sense of humor and his sharing of his childhood memories living with his parents and his siblings David and Paige and showing me his room upstairs with the biggest smile on his face; sharing his outings with his children and always with the biggest smile on his face as he shared his stories and the fun days with his son playing in the dirt with their dirt bikes. Rest in Peace Tracy.

Sincerely,

Guadalupe (Wally) Monreal

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