May his memory be a blessing
  • 15 years old
  • Born on August 13, 2003 in Syracuse, New York, United States.
  • Passed away on January 3, 2019 in Peachtree City, Georgia, United States.

Please visit Andrew's Memorial FB Page. If you would like a Andrew's Angels memorial wristband, you can find information on the Facebook page.

Andrew Wesley Tracy, 15, of Peachtree City, GA, passed away January 3, 2019. Andrew was born August 13, 2003 in Syracuse, NY. He relocated to Peachtree City with his family in 2011, when he was 7.

Andrew was a Freshman at McIntosh High School. Andrew was a loving son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin and friend. Andrew truly was a child of laughter. His humor and smile were contagious. His presence lit up a room. His kindness and tender heart were apparent to anyone who was lucky enough to meet him.

Andrew is survived by his loving parents, Stephen and Christina Tracy of Peachtree City; older sister, Morgan; younger brother, Ethan; maternal grandparents, Michael and Caroline Lister of Rockledge, FL, Thomas and Kathy Parquette of Clay, NY; paternal grandparents, Gerald and Barbara Tracy of Peachtree City; maternal great-grandmother, Judith Zatony-Vaughan of Jamesville, NY; paternal great-grandmother, Rose Anderson of Syracuse, NY; aunts, uncles and cousins.

A Celebration of Life was held on January 7th, at Congregation B'nai Israel, Fayetteville, GA.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to URJ Camp Coleman, 1580 Spalding Dr., Atlanta, GA 30350, where Andrew spent his summers and left a part of his heart.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Andrew Tracy 15 years old , born on August 13, 2003 and passed away on January 3, 2019. We will remember him forever.

Posted by Julie Valeski on August 13, 2019
Today is bittersweet. I am trying to spread Kindness and Laughter when all I feel like doing is crying. Andrew was definitely a gift to all that knew him. We are loving you and missing you kiddo. Happy birthday with love.
Posted by Sharon Valentine on January 15, 2019
I did not get to know my nephew Andrew very well but I wish I had. I know he was someone to be proud of and very much loved by his family. Andrew left this earth on my birthday, I will forever remember this day. Rest in peace sweet Andrew. I love you, Aunt Sharon
Posted by Kristi White on January 12, 2019
I’ll never forget the first time I met Andrew. I instantly knew he was funny, creative, smart, determined, and an independent thinker from the very first moment I saw him. You might be wondering how on earth was I able to know that much about Andrew just from a brief encounter. Well, I’ll tell here comes the funny part of the story. When they were in middle school, Andrew and Grant had made plans to meet at The Avenue and walk around for a little bit. Grant was excited and had picked out the perfect outfit! When we arrived at The Avenue to meet Andrew, I noticed something on Andrew’s ear that looked like a bluetooth ear piece on steroids. It was huge! I wasn’t sure if it was a really old ear piece design, which would explain the enormous size, or if it was something else. I asked Grant about it later, on the way home. Grant smiled and informed me that it wasn’t an ear piece. It was a part from his playstation he used to try and make it look like he was wearing an ear piece.
The thing looked like a spaceship attached to his head! However I will admit, he almost fooled me! He definitely had me questioning my recollection of the older designs from way back in the day. All of Andrew’s amazing qualities that I mentioned above were revealed to me in this brief moment. He has blessed so many with a priceless gift...the joy of laughter and precious memories!♥️
Posted by Ari Swartz on January 11, 2019
Andrew was hilarious. Never a dull moment. Him and I quoted memes together at camp and spent a bit of time together at kallahs. Samantha and I were both looking forward to seeing him at the next one, and now the atmosphere will not be the same there without him. When I found out I cried, I think we all did, but I realized quickly that from wherever he was at the time, he would be laughing at me for crying, so I quickly got myself under control and recalled all of our fond memories I had of him. Andrew is going to be missed, the Jewish community and every individual inside of it will never be the same. I hope Andrew is having a great time wherever he is, he always made every situation fun. I’m gonna miss him a lot.
Posted by Amy Wallace on January 11, 2019
Andrews love for Weird Al Yankovich songs will always make me laugh! He knew all the word's and would sing them with such gusto!!

Leave a Tribute