Tracy Heath

tracy heath
Tracy Ericka Heath, 58, Kindred, ND passed away on Wednesday, February 26, 2020 at Essentia Health in Fargo. She was born on January 6, 1962 to Gene and Lilias (Agnew) Trove in Plattsburgh, NY. Tracy spent part of her youth with her mother’s family in England but spent most of her life in North Dakota. She graduated from Leonard High School in 1980, then attended Moorhead Tech to study to be a dental hygienist. Tracy married Randy Morris at Bethel Moravian Church in Leonard, ND. Two sons were born from this union. Tracy worked as an underwriter at Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota for many years. In 2011, she married Scott Heath in Fargo, ND. The couple made their home in Kindred. When Tracy’s sister, Trudy, fell ill she moved in with Tracy and Scott. They loved watching M.A.S.H. together and cherished Trudy’s last year. Tracy loved spending time with her family. She adored her grandchildren and nieces and nephews. She will be fondly remembered for calling to sing “Happy Birthday” to her loved ones every year, and ending every phone call with, “I love you.” She is survived by her husband, Scott; children, Jeremy Morris and Kelby (Katie) Morris; brother, Terry Trove; grandchildren, Skyler Morris and Knox Ryan Morris; nieces and nephews; and great-nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; sister, Trudy Leedahl; brother, Billy Gene Trove; and nephew, Daniel Leedahl. There will be a memorial service at 6:00 PM on Tuesday, March 3, 2020 at Fredrikson-Boulger Funeral Chapel, Kindred with a visitation one hour prior.

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  1. I’ve known Tracy for at least 20 years…She was always the kind of person you needed to be very specific with;
    no sweeping generalizations for Tracy….facts and figures had to be proven! We’ve had words (and silence) a few
    times over the years, but we had lots more in common than not!! I haven’t seen as much of the Heaths since
    Tracy began working from home, but we have stayed in contact, always promising to “get together one of these
    days”….sadly, too late now. I was never able to get her to get up and sing at karaoke, but she surely knew all
    the words!! Godspeed, Tracy.

  2. My sincere sympathies to Tracy’s family and friends. We became friends when she attended Kindred High School. She was a hoot! Always kind. Im sorry we didnt reconnect after graduation. We met again on facebook. Remember the memories always and know Gods loving arms are around you all.

  3. Scott and family, Thinking of you in this time of sorrow , mourning the death of Tracy and your Dad. May God bring you comfort, as only He can . Becky Cofer

  4. WOW – What a wonderful tribute!! Hard to believe – My deepest sympathies to you Scott, Jeremy, Kelby, Katie and family.

  5. Cousins, I offer sincere condolences. May the peace of Jesus, that passes all understanding comfort you all at this time.
    In Christian Love

  6. Such an amazing photo tribute loaded with good memories! May these memories soften the pain and even bring an occasional smile. She’d want you to remember her with a smile. Our deepest sympathy goes out to you all. You’re in our thoughts, hearts and prayers.

  7. Sorry I couldn’t make services tonight. I didn’t get out of work early enough. My condolences to the family. Those of us that called her friend will miss her dearly. RIP my friend!

  8. Sorry to hear that Tracy has gone to be with her heavily family. I have great memories of hanging out with her and her family while living on the farm, riding the school bus, and living with Trudy. 🙏

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