ForeverMissed
Tracie passed away peacefully Friday, August 27th in Granbury, Texas from Covid complications. The family is overwhelmed with the amount of love and support they've received.  The outpouring of affection posted on Tracie's Facebook page is heartwarming and the family would like that support to continue here so that it will be memorialized.  This tribute is to honor Tracie's life and allow for everyone who loved her to share their favorite pictures, stories, videos and messages to Michael and Jaden.  

Tracie was born on April 2, 1976 in Fort Worth, TX to parents Chris King Torres and Jimmy Torres. After graduating from Western Hills High School in Fort Worth in 1994, Tracie graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington with a Bachelor of Science, Interdisciplinary Studies.

Tracie's passion was her life's work as a holistic health provider. She brought a unique gift and skillset to helping others through holistic healing. She was known among her colleagues and growing clientele for her capabilities and dedication as both a practitioner and teacher, with numerous certifications, including Biofeedback Specialist.  In recent years she began dedicating more of her time teaching and passing on her knowledge and gifts to others. She very much enjoyed her time as part of the Restore and Revive Spa in Fort Worth, TX.

Tracie is survived by her loving husband, Michael Graves, of Granbury, her son, Jaden Torres Graves (the light of her life); mother, Chris Terry and husband Mike of Fort Worth; father, Jimmy Torres and wife Glynna, of Hico, TX; sister, Teri Torres Harper and husband Rob, nephew, Reed Harper and niece, Lilly Harper of Crested Butte, CO; and many wonderful friends.

Tracie was a wonderful wife and mother who enjoyed life to the fullest and had a passion for helping people find relief from injuries and chronic pain.  May she rest in peace and be a shining light for the loved ones she left behind. We love and miss you, Tracie Bear.

Due to the pandemic, there will be a private memorial and a celebration of life to be announced at a later date. 




Posted by Michael Fontaine on September 28, 2021
I know it is extremely childish and just a waste of energy but I am mad at God that she's gone. Truly one of the best friends I've ever had.fuck covid!!!
Posted by Kim Perrone on September 9, 2021
Tracie was such a beautiful person and powerful healer. I feel so lucky to have been able to know her and experience her love and radiance. She was an angel here on earth and I know will continue her blessings to all of us as an angel in Heaven. She will be greatly missed by so many.
Posted by Morgan Keoughan on September 7, 2021
Tracie was such a warm and kind person. My thoughts go out to her family. Rest In Peace, Tracie.
Posted by Danae Fentie on September 5, 2021
Not enough I can say about this beautiful human being. She was like a sister to me. I learned so much from Tracie and was lucky enough to also receive her love and support. She changed my life in many ways and I will be forever grateful for the time we had together. Heaven is very blessed to have her and I have a feeling Tracie will visit her loved ones still. My heart and prayers go out to her family. We love and miss you, Tracie. Forever in our hearts.
Posted by Jeff Gillum on September 3, 2021
I am so grateful for the time I was able to share with Tracie. Her spirit, courage, kindness and joy are permanently imprinted in my memory and my heart. Thank you Tracie, I am honored to have known you and have spent such valuable and beautiful time with you on this journey.
Posted by Dennis King on September 3, 2021
Because of "time and space" constraints (too little time, too much space), visits from Tracie's extended Canadian family were few. We always remember her cheerful ways and warm smile. I fondly recall Michael and Tracie's love of the stars and planets. A new star graces the heavens...Rest in Peace, Tracie!
Posted by Angela Raines on September 3, 2021
I only knew Tracie for a brief time, but she made a huge difference in my life. She was so kind. Tracie did have an amazing smile and a gift to help others! God bless her family.
Posted by Marcia Kwarsick on September 2, 2021
Tracie's smile was infectious! You couldn't help but smile back. She was warm and loving to all and she never met a stranger. God needed an Angel, so he called Tracie home.
Posted by Jesse M on September 2, 2021
When last we met you were 10. I just remember your beaming eyes and bright smile. Shine forever.

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Posted by Michael Fontaine on September 28, 2021
I know it is extremely childish and just a waste of energy but I am mad at God that she's gone. Truly one of the best friends I've ever had.fuck covid!!!
Posted by Kim Perrone on September 9, 2021
Tracie was such a beautiful person and powerful healer. I feel so lucky to have been able to know her and experience her love and radiance. She was an angel here on earth and I know will continue her blessings to all of us as an angel in Heaven. She will be greatly missed by so many.
Posted by Morgan Keoughan on September 7, 2021
Tracie was such a warm and kind person. My thoughts go out to her family. Rest In Peace, Tracie.
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Shared by Tiffany Merritt on September 4, 2021
We love and miss you Tracie. Butterflies and candle lights for you yesterday and for many days to come. 

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Shared by Lisa Meer on September 3, 2021
For Tracie 

celebration memory

Shared by Glynna Torres on September 3, 2021
Ten years ago, the family gathered to celebrate my 60th birthday at a local restaurant.  There was lots of eating, drinking, laughing, and joking.  In the midst of all the fun, my sister's grandson, then 2 years old, crawled under the table and bit Jaden on the leg.    You can imagine Jaden's surprise at being attacked by an unseen assailant.       It caused quite a bit of commotion; anguish for Jaden and embarrassment for my sister.   Years later, it is now funny.   Here's a picture of Tracie giving Jaden comfort,