October 17, 1949 – October 5, 2020
Deborah passed peacefully on October 5th after a recent diagnosis of cancer. Deborah was born in Springfield Massachusetts, daughter of the late Thomas and Phyllis McCaffrey Tracy. She grew up and attended school in Wilbraham, MA until the family moved to Longmeadow, MA in 1964 where Deborah completed her high school education. Deborah spent the following years spreading her wings and living in many places before returning home to Cape Cod in 2008 to be closer to family. She was an award-winning artist, seamstress, leather worker, and a self -published author of one book. Deborah never passed up an adventure of any kind and she touched many lives along the way. Her spirit will be missed by her extended family and friends. Deborah is survived by her son Dante Fiore and fiance Bryanne Remington of Orleans, her grandson Giovanni Fiore, brother Thomas Tracy of Brewster and sister Patience Tracy and her life partner Leonard Sunzeri of Orleans. Services will be private and for immediate family only.
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October 17, 2020
Deb will always be remembered as someone truly unique and very special. I will and am truly missing her friendship and our amazing conversations. She was such a bright , funny and fun person to be around . She had compassion and strength to stand up for what she believes in.
I miss you Deb !!!
October 15, 2020
I will miss Debbie and her free spirit.
Condolence’s to Tom, Patience, her Son ,Grandson,family and friends.🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻❤️
October 10, 2020
I only knew Deb at the group home in Wareham over the past two years, but during that time she instantly became one of our favorite people. Most of all, we loved the relationship she forged with our daughter Eva, who Deb was so kind and caring towards. She was a wonderful person and we're sad we weren't able to see her since before the pandemic started. Our deepest condolences to Deb's family and loved ones
October 7, 2020
I always looked forward to spending time with Deb during our yearly family trip to Orleans. My memories of Deb are filled with fun, food and laughter! She was an amazing woman and will be missed greatly.