Tracy Lee Wilkins
Tracy Lee Pittillo Wilkins, age 58, left this world on Saturday, September 4th, 2021. She was born in Lake Worth, Texas on November 22, 1962.
For the past 7 years, Tracy owned the Neon Moon Mercantile in Hot Springs, Arkansas where she fed and clothed those in need from all walks of life. For over 25 years, she cared and worked to advocate for individuals with mental and physical disabilities of all ages. Tracy being former owner of Visions Training Center for disabled day habilitation care and The Lunch Box where she fed the greater part of Azle, Texas her family recipes which her family loved. Tracy gave from her heart tremendously and touched the lives of hundreds of people in her time. Tracy enjoyed spending time with her family, dear friends, and viewing the ocean.
Tracy retired from owning the store to move to the coast of Galveston with her adoring husband Floyd Lee Wilkins of 39 years. She was able to spend a beautiful time there with him recently off the long dock over the ocean, and said she was happy.
Tracy is preceded in death by her parents Barbara Lee Huff and James Reece Pittillo, Sisters; Reeca Beth Rowlls, Ann Gaylan Matlock, Niece Barbara Chanee Matock, and shared sons; Christopher Lee Wilkins, Allen Gene Wilkins, as well as a bonus angel Elisabethy.
Those left to cherish her memories are the loves of her life, her husband Floyd Lee Wilkins and dog Lucy; the light of her life, her grandchildren, Baily Chiles “Baily Bop”, Brittney Brooks, Billy Elliott, and Brayden Elliott. Daughter, Amanda Elliott and husband, Michael.
Tracy is also survived by many of extended family members she saw as her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren, nieces and nephews who will carry her love. Her Daughters-in-law; Shera Wilkins and Brandi Wilkins, Niece Sondra and husband Thoun Sien. Nephews Danny, Russell and Randall. Grandchildren; Hailey, Allison, Trinity, Dylan, Sherissa, Shauna, Seslee. Bonus grands Kaycie, Chandler, and Kylie, as well as long time best friend and sister, Judy Blackshear and husband, Jim, and her bonus son, Robert Ridell. A very special sister in law, Debbie Sandoval.
Tracy known best by “Memaw” will be sadly missed but lovingly remembered for her huge heart and genuine goodness by all who knew and loved her. This is not goodbye, just until we see you again with family you’ve missed so dearly. We love you to the moon and back, we will be good, and lead lives you’d be proud of.
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