OBITUARY

Tracy Breaux Kirl

June 12, 1968April 7, 2018

In lieu of flowers please consider making a memorial contribution to the Lighthouse Christian Fellowship Church in Prosper, Texas in honor of Tracy. A link to the churches website is listed down below.

Born June 12, 1968, with one older sister, Runia Kirl Stanley. He was a loving and caring man that grew up in Jena Louisiana. Tracy was always willing to help others anytime. He was the first one to thank our service men/women for their time protecting our country. A huge music lover, all genres but mostly Texas Country. He enjoyed playing his drums and guitar while composing a few songs.

When he was younger most people called him Tracy B, he graduated from Jena High School, Jena Louisiana in 1986 and Northeast Louisiana University in 1990 and belonged to the Kappa Alpha Order. He worked years in the Telecom industry designing and building fiber optic networks, most recently started his own Drone Services business.

Tracy was an avid college football fan and loved LSU, so much he had plans for his grandson to play and had already introduced Owen (age 1) to Coach O!

His favorite place to be was at home either watching LSU football or cooking, either in the kitchen or standing alongside a grill or boiling pot of crawfish. He also loved just riding in his black truck with his trusted companion, our beloved Rayne, up and down the old country roads here in Prosper. Some of his favorite movies included Lonesome Dove and Tombstone. He could quote all the words and sometimes did when appropriate.

He is a member of Lighthouse Christian Fellowship and held a seat on the Construction Board of Appeals in Prosper.

Tracy was married and had a son, daughter in law, and a much loved, apple of his eye grandson!

He had some crazy sayings, like 'black as gunners rump' and 'Winter isn't over till the leaves on the sweet gum tree were bigger than a guinea foot'

He is preceded death by his parents Mildred Iona Coleman, and Charles Breaux Kirl and his beloved 'Big Mama'. His best friend Rayne, passed in August, she was his companion lab.

Tracey is survived by his wife Malyndia Kirl of Prosper TX, his Children - Jason Monzingo and his wife Jamie of Lexington SC, his Grandson - Owen Monzingo, Lexington SC, his Sister - Runia Stanley and her husband Harold of Silsbee TX, his Brother In Law - Mike Rutledge and wife Mimi of Monroe LA, his Aunt - Airlea Taylor of Plano TX and Numerous nieces and nephews;Angela Gresham and her husband Randy of Latexo TX Collin Strother and his wife Jennielle Strother of Buda TX.

Tracy was loved while he was here with us on earth, and we will continue to love him through time and all eternity.

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Rick Kise

April 12, 2018

Tracy and I met back in 92 when I went to work for a cellular company based in Beaumont TX that was looking to purchase a market in Alexandria La. He was a character doing his Beavis & Butthead imatations and we became good friends, even being a groomsman (of the apocalypse as it turned out, lol) in his first wedding. We spent many a night after work down the street at Redbeards (a bar, and the owner was a customer) playing pool and cutting up. Even when he moved to Mandaville, I would go and visit for some great and outrageous times that I will never forget. I hate that we drifted apart (Tracy moved around with the business) as I stayed in Alexandria and worked for the same company for 14 years. Those times we had in Beaumont, Alexandria, Mandaville, and of course N.O. were some of the best times of my life and the reason was TBK. Even the visits out to his moms house where she and "big momma" lived are smiling memories. My condolences go out to his family and friends, the world lost a truly good guy. RIP Tracy. 😪

Rick Kise

April 12, 2018

Tracy and I met back in 92 when I went to work for a cellular company based in Beaumont TX that was looking to purchase a market in Alexandria La. He was a character doing his Beavis & Butthead imatations and we became good friends, even being a groomsman (of the apocalypse as it turned out, lol) in his first wedding. We spent many a night after work down the street at Redbeards (a bar, and the owner was a customer) playing pool and cutting up. Even when he moved to Mandaville, I would go and visit for some great and outrageous times that I will never forget. I hate that we drifted apart (Tracy moved around with the business) as I stayed in Alexandria and worked for the same company for 14 years. Those times we had in Beaumont, Alexandria, Mandaville, and of course N.O. were some of the best times of my life and the reason was TBK. Even the visits out to his moms house where she and "big momma" lived are smiling memories. My condolences go out to his family and friends, the world lost a truly good guy. RIP Tracy. 😪