Richardson-Gaffey Funeral Home

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Tracy Anne Laucks

October 27, 1962July 5, 2020

Tracy Anne Laucks (Husband) - 57 of Cohasset, formerly of Shrewsbury, passed away peacefully at Brigham and Women’s Hospital on July 5 following complications related to a recent stroke. Tracy was born on October 27, 1962 and grew up in Westboro, MA with her mother Cecil, sister Tammy and brother Todd. She received her Bachelor’s degree from Salve Regina University in 1984. Tracy was a phlebotomist and spent most of her career working in the medical field.

She was the cherished wife of 33 years to Christopher C. Laucks and the dedicated mother to her two children Christopher William and Mackenzie Elizabeth. She treasured her family and her son in law Andrew Freedman and embraced every moment with them.

Tracy’s vivacious spirit brought joy to people around her and she made friends everywhere she went with her humor, selflessness and authenticity. She was an innately kind and loving person and a giver who expected nothing in return.

Tracy relished the simple things in life and looked forward to her days spent by the ocean, walks with her dog Sally, and cooking delicious healthy gourmet meals.

She had an infectious smile and a rare interest in the lives of others that drew people to her. She enjoyed her time spent with the young children in the neighborhood and was so looking forward to becoming a grandmother someday.

A celebration of her life will be arranged at a later date when it is safe and comfortable to gather and share special memories.


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Valerie Laucks

August 3, 2020

Tracy, you were wonderful, loyal, kind, beautiful, and elegant.
Thank you for going out of your way to make me feel welcome, for your laughter and memories about motherhood and life. I will miss your laughter, your grace, and how you always wanted to be there for the people you loved.
Dear Chris, Christopher, and Mackie, I am so very sorry. Tracy will be missed by many. Her spirit is watching you with dedication and love.

Dawn Collins

August 3, 2020

Dear Laucks and Husband Families,
My deepest sympathy goes out to you all. I am heart broken. I will always cherish all the great memories we shared. It is with caring thoughs that I hope you find comfort and peace with your memories of such a wonderful wife, mother and friend. My condolences to you all.

Nicole Johnson-Collins

August 2, 2020

Laucks Family,

We are so heartbroken to hear about Tracy. We have such good memories living next to you all for all of those years. I’ll never forget Tracy painted my nails before my junior prom and gave me a giant two pack of ketchup for my high school graduation (because I was always coming over to ask for ketchup when we ran out!). Later when I had my son I remember her coming over with her arms stretched out ready to hold him. She was the sweetest neighbor and friend. She will be deeply missed.

Sending you lots of love,

Nicole (Johnson) Collins and family

Doug Chabot

August 2, 2020

Wow. I am so sad for those that have lost Tracy.
I have so many fond memories of her childhood and growing up with her through the Westborough school system.
I was so looking forward to seeing her at one of the next High School reunions. I have no doubt that she will be greatly missed by all that new her and loved her. My tears and hugs go out to all who knew Tracy.
Doug Chabot

Judy Zavasky

July 31, 2020

Laucks Family,

We were so very sorry to hear of the loss of Tracy...your dear wife and mother. Living in the same neighborhood for 15 years, we have so many fond memories. She was always there to support other young mom’s and fellow neighbors. Your mom was also very funny! I have two recipes she gave me that are family stand byes. She also sold my house ....twice...both times overnight.....and we are forever grateful. We are so sincerely sorry for your loss...please know our prayers are with your family and we wish we had a better way to express our condolences.

Tom and Judy Zavasky

Joseph and Joyce Tamer

July 29, 2020

Chris, Christopher and Mackenzie,

How very sorry we are to learn of Tracy's passing. We have an enduring memory of her power-walking up Founders Road with her beautiful smile and a cheery neighborly greeting. Our sympathy and prayers and our deep affection to all of you on your untimely loss.

Joe and Joyce Tamer

Kathy Hallice

July 28, 2020

Cecil,Tammy,Todd and Tracy’s loving family. My prayers, love and hugs are with you all. My memories are when we were children growing up in Westboro. I cherish the times we had even though years have gone. Cecil you and your children will always have a special in my heart. Thinking of all of you and wishing moments of peace and comfort. You all will be surrounded by much love.

Maureen Griffin

July 27, 2020

To The Laucks Family Cec n Mark Tammy n Todd.So sorry to hear about Tracy.The years i knew her i will cherish forever
❤❤❤Mo Griffin❤❤❤

Annmarie Quinlivan

July 26, 2020

To The Laucks Family,
I’m so heartbroken to read that Tracy
had a stroke and passed away earlier
this month.
Although I haven’t seen her in years,
she always greeted me with her beautiful
smile and asked about how the boys were doing. I remember how much she enjoyed her cooking and walks.
Keeping all of you in my daily thoughts and prayers,

With Deepest Sympathy,

Michael Durkin

July 26, 2020

Chris, As you well know she was perfect!! One of the nicest,warmest,and most beautiful people on this Earth It was always a pleasure working with her and seeing you both keep the memories close My deepest condolences

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