Tracey Lee Coomber

March 20, 1965October 23, 2012

They clung together in that bright

moment of wonder, there on the magic

island, where the world was quiet,

believing all they said. And who

shall say -- whatever disenchantment

follows -- tht we ever forget magic,

or that we can ever betray, on this

leaden earth, the apple tree, the

singing, and the gold? Far out

beyond that timeless valley, a

train, on the rails for the East,

wailed back it's ghostly cry; life,

like a fume of painted smoke, a

broken wrack of cloud, drifted away.

Their world was a singing voice

again: they were young and they

could never die. This would endure

Thomas Wolfe

Look Homeward, Angel



  • Visitation Friday, November 9, 2012
  • Funeral Service Saturday, November 10, 2012
  • Committal Sunday, November 11, 2012

Tracey Lee Coomber

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Molly Magan

November 11, 2012

I was a class mate of Tracey's at Forest Ridge. I started one year after she had been there and she made a point of welcoming me, offering me her time and showing me the way. My Mom taught Tracey Drama and loved her so dearly! She had told me that I could expect her to be sweet and generous and she was spot on! Tracy and I sat together often and walked all over campus together. She was simply, a sweet little girl who will remain forever as a fond and important part of my cherished childhood memories. My heart is broken for you and my prayers are yours. May God Bless you with peace and strength at this time and may He keep her forever young, beautiful and at peace. How blessed I was to have known her... Molly Magan, Forest Ridge, Convent of the Sacred Heart, Class of 1984

Fr. William Heric

November 5, 2012

On behalf of the Eastside Catholic High School community, I offer our prayers and condolences to all of Tracey's family and friends at this sad time. We are honored that Tracey was a student at EC in our early years near Bellevue Square. Her name will be placed on a memorial board in the chapel at our new Sammamish campus that has the names of all of our students who have died.

Sincerely in the Risen Lord,

November 5, 2012

It was always such a joy to see Tracey at the gym! Her warm smile & sense of humor was a welcome distraction from the grind of weekly workouts! She certainly was the best dressed at the gym! ;) We are so sorry for your loss Steven. She will be greatly missed! Our thougts & prayers are with you all! Gina (and John) Luckie

Cristina Galer

November 2, 2012

Dear Steve,
I just wanted to let you know how sorry I was to hear about your loss. I know how much you cared about Tracey, it was obvious whenever you were together.
Tracey was a wonderful person and I really enjoyed our conversations and the time spent with her in clinic. Without her, there will be less beauty and smile on our clinic days.
Thank you for allowing me to be part of her care.