Jan 14, 1970 – Nov 27, 2013
“Isolated, by itself, what is a minute? Merely a measurement of time. There are 60 in an hour, 1,440 in a day. Yet, in some cosmic plan, this single minute was isolated. Into these particular sixty seconds was compressed more significance than all the millions of minutes marking my life prior to this instant.”
Joni: An Unforgettable Story by Joni Eareckson Tada
It has been a year since Tracy’s death and just over three years since that fateful ‘minute’ on September 4th 2011 that changed the trajectory of her life leaving her a quadriplegic. She was a force to reckon with. A girl who knew what she wanted and wasn’t afraid to go for it. She was strong, smart and beautiful. She was a mother, sister, aunt, friend and daughter. She lived life to the fullest, with a big smile and a big heart. She was tenacious, talented and tormented. She was too young to die
Her life is the kind they make movies about. Full of triumph and tragedy.
We miss her. We love her. We remember her. We long to hear her laugh again.
We are more grateful now. We can move. We can do anything!
Remembered by: Joan and Malcolm Dort (Mom & Dad); Her boys, Christian, Malcolm and Thomas; Sister, Lesley Dort-Lendvai, Robert and Abby Lendvai; Sister, Lynn, Darren, Tyler and Sammy Pang; plus her many friends and supporters.