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Tracy Walton

September 9, 1960October 8, 2020

Tracy Arnold Walton, 60, of Plainfield Street, Providence passed away October 8, 2020 in Roger Williams Medical Center. Born in Providence, he was the son of the late Arnold Ruggiano and Berla Walton.

Tracy was a Painting Contractor before retiring.

He was the father of Jaime Walton and Stephanie Walton and grandfather of 4. He was also the brother of Lee, Richard, Ronald, Stephen, Sharon and the late Michael.

Committal services will be held Monday, October 19, 2020 at 9:30 am in St. Ann Cemetery, Cranston. Guest are asked to gather at 9:15 am in the parking lot across from the main entrance of the cemetery. For online condolences, visit


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Trish Piti

October 19, 2020

RIP Tracy-Our deepest sympathies to all his family and friends. The endless laughs, pranks and jokes-you were an incredible man with a heart of gold-always enjoyed our times together and the visits at your house-you were always smiling and making people laugh-you will truly be missed my friend-fly free-till we meet again-xoxo
all our love
Stacy & Trish

Missy Barry

October 18, 2020

May you RIP uncle!! I know we weren’t close as I got older but I do remember how close we were when I was younger and I will always treasure that!! Love you always uncle 💙

Chonda Jones

October 17, 2020

So sorry for your big loss! Tracy was a cool guy! He was funny and he was tuff! You will be missed and not Forgotten!! Hartford Park for Life! ❤

Michael Jones

October 17, 2020

Goodbye, Best Friend

© Jaimie-Beth Faulkner

Published: March 2011

Things may change from this day on.
Here with us is where you belong.
Someone like you there is no other.
You're the closest thing I have to a brother.

You have only been in my life for quite a short while,
But even when I'm down you seem to make me smile.
That place in my heart you will always stay.
Such good memories, they will never fade away.

The tears I shed, I shed for you,
But now it's time to make your dreams come true.
For all the times you have helped me out,
A good future ahead of you, I have no doubt.

You gave me confidence, you gave me pride.
Even when you're gone I'll be by your side.
For all those fears in which we shared.
To say goodbye, I'm not prepared.

For you, I'll hold my head up high,
Keep myself strong to say goodbye.
It may hurt, and I may cry.
I think to myself and I wonder why.

What we'll do, I really don't know.
All I know is I will never let go.
You're a true friend, for that is true.
When I was down, I came to you.

I am so glad that we became friends,
But this isn't where our journey ends.
The memories we have will last forevermore.
I will always love you, for that I'm sure.

Always in my heart and in my heart you will stay.
I can't believe today's the day.
You made me stronger, and that I believe,
But now it's time to let you leave. I know you’re finally at peace my friend. I am so sorry I wasn’t able to be there but I will always carry you with me in my heart. Love you Brother.

Jim Perry

October 17, 2020

Tracey.I will never forget the fun times we had back in Hartford PARK.Rest in peace my brother.

Chonda Jones

October 16, 2020

My brother Mike's good friend, brother! Don't know what to say, I'm speechless, Tracey was a close friend to us! Rest in Peace! Hartford Park for Life! Rest in Peace. 😢💔🙏

Gina Gauvin

October 16, 2020

My condolences to all the family! Still a young guy.. Gone too soon. Rest in peace Tracy..

Theodora Barkett

October 16, 2020

Rest in Peace Tracy. My sincere condolences to the family. Terri

Dawn Martins

October 16, 2020

Jamie and Stephanie I’m very sorry to hear about your Dad’s passing. I’m sure he’s looking down at you both and feels VERY proud! Back in the 80’s we did have LOTS of laughs, mostly at MY expense but we had some fun! Life goes by fast so you girls enjoy your good memories and make lots more... ♥️♥️♥️
RIP Tracy ♥️

Denise Catallozzi

October 15, 2020

Jamie and Stephanie, I am so very sorry for your loss. I remember running into him at Walmart and having the nicest conversation with him. He spoke fondly of both of you as well as Renee. I wish we had more time to catch up. Rest easy in eternal Peace Tracy.


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