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Celebrating the life of

Tracey Gray Stewart

October 12, 1968 - December 07, 2023

Tracey Gray Stewart

Tracey Stewart left this world to be with the Lord in heaven on Dec 7th surrounded by her family after a 2-year battle with cancer. Tracey was born on October 12th, 1968, in Goldsboro NC. She grew up on Tybee Island. She graduated high school from Sol C. Johnson High in 1987. She was the middle child of a family of five children in the Gray household. She met the love of her life in 8th grade. Stephen and Tracey were always as one. As much as she loved Stephen, he knew he had to share that love with her papa, mama, her 3 sisters and her brother. All her phone conversations with her parents would always be “Hey mama, I love you Papa, I love you more.” Although Tracey and Stephen were not blessed with children, she was blessed with 6 nephews, 4 nieces, 2 great nephews and 1 great niece. This was her true love.  She was not just an aunt to each of them she was an extension of having an additional mother. She knew what to say and when to say it to help all of them through any struggles they were going through. She would never let them know the struggles she was having with her cancer. According to her chemo, radiation nurse and doctors they said, “I wish all my patients were as strong as you and had your positive attitude.” Tracey’s nieces and nephews each have a special place in her heart. The love she shared with each of them always, and I mean always put a smile on their faces and hers. She would drop anything and be there for anyone in her family. Tracey always had a smile on her face and was a positive light to all that met her.

Tracey’s other love was her four-legged children. She treats her doggies and kitties as if they were human because to her these were and will always be her children. Her house, her cars, her boat, and her yard were always set up to accommodate her four-legged children. If you do not want fur or a doggie on you then you better not stop by the house.

Tracey loved traveling with her Stephen. She would let him plan it all and she would navigate them through some of the best places in the United States. She got her love for travel from her parents. She always wanted to go someplace new, and Stephen made sure she always got what she wanted. Tracey’s other love was just to stay home and listen to music. Stephen would bring home new LP’s and they would sit there with their beverage of choice and discuss their next trip. Tracey just loved being with her Stephen and sometimes neither one of them wanted to share the other with anyone else.

Stephen and Tracey would like to thank Hospice of Savannah, Dr. Yannucci, Dr. Hassell and Dr. Starr for all their support and guidance. Also, Reverend Brooks Cail of his service and time.

Precede in death her father-in-law, fraternal grandparents and maternal grandparents, and her four-legged children Brandy, Buck, Sammy, Buddy, and Baliey.

Tracey is survived by her loving husband Stephen of 31 years. Stephen was first her friend, husband, and caregiver until the end. Tracey’s parents Gary and Carol Gray, her mother and law Linda Stewart her sisters Debbie Coleman (Mike), Gail Prescott (Walker), Josette Gregory (Jason), and her brother Gary Gray. Her brother-in-law Lance Stewart (Heather). Her nephews Michael Coleman, Brandon Coleman, Walker Prescott Jr., Conner Prescott, Jayme Gregory, TJ Gregory, and her nieces Mia Stewart, Indie Stewart, Savannah Gray, Madison Gray. She had her great nephews Tate and Tucker Coleman, and her great niece Ellie Prescott. And of course, her group “The Daisy’s” the best group of friends a girl could ask for.

A visitation will be from 2:00 until 3:00 Monday, December 11, 2023, followed by a Celebration of Life at 3:00, at Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors Islands Chapel.  

In lieu of flowers the family respectfully request that donation be made in Tracey's memory to the following links:



Dearest Stephen, Linda, and entire Gray family and friends….to say there will be a void in our family dynamics is an understatement. One cannot say Stephen’s name without saying Tracey’s, and that’s the way it’s always been, since they were young teenagers, and that’s probably how it will always remain. I can’t even imagine the first pool party next year, without Tracey being there. It doesn’t seem possible that she no longer lives in this world, but to know that she doesn’t have to ever take another chemo treatment or radiation treatment has to make us smile for her! Speaking of smiles…she ALWAYS had one, no matter what the circumstances. She courageously fought the good fight, and now it’s time for a much deserved rest. We, the people left behind are the ones hurting now. There will never be another one like her! We love you sweet Tracey❤️

- donna plumbley, Savannah, Ga

Stephen & The Gray Family, There are no words that can express our feelings right now. Tracey was such a ray of sunshine, always with a smile, no matter what. The world will never be the same without her in it. Please know that our hearts are broken for all of you, and we will continue to pray for your peace and comfort. RIP sweet girl, until we meet again. Love to all, Aunt Margie & Uncle Roland

- Roland & Margie Shiver, Savannah, Georgia

My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

- Christy Medford , Savannah, Ga

My deepest condolences to the Stewart/Gray family, Tracy was an amazing person. Rip….

- Patricia Carmino, Pittsburgh , Pennsylvania

A candle has been lit!

Stephen, I'm so sorry for your loss.My heart goes out to your family.

- Terri Feusner, Savannah, Georgia

A candle has been lit!

- Margie Shiver, Savannah, GA

Stephen, I am so sorry. I’ll never forget meeting you and Tracey after a tornado. Such a welcoming, lively, and friendly couple despite what had occurred. You all became friends, and I am so grateful our paths crossed. Many thoughts and prayers. Don’t forget to laugh, cry, but always cherish the memories. Love never fades.

- Darius Johnson, Chicago, IL

We are so sorry for your loss. Tracey was such a sweet person! We will be keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.

- Cindy and Tim Madison, Greenbrier, TN

Stephen and The Gray family, No words express the sadness felt. She was a strong, positive light. Her laugh was contagious and her energy lifting. She never let you feel her pain or struggles the past two years. She is a light that I know will continue through Stephen. You are all in our prayers.

- Emmaline Routon and Greg Davis, Savannah, Ga

Dear Stephen and Family - I am so heartbroken to hear the news of Tracey. The two of you had a love that will never be matched. I will never think of her and not remember that beautiful smile. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

- Angel King, Tybee Island, GA

We met Tracey & Stephen initially as customers of our record store but it wasn't long before they became like family to us. Every time they came into the store to see us they were so full of fun & joy. It was obvious they loved life & loved each other. They last time we saw Tracey she was so positive & optimistic. Even though you could tell she had been through a lot, you would never know it by her attitude. One of our favorite memories was when they brought Duke & their awesome Jeep by for us to share on our social media. It was so great listening to their adventures & we know those memories will be comforting for Stephen. Our hearts are broken for Stephen & the entire family. Our love & prayers are with you all. Ken & Shirlene Jordan

- Ken & Shirlene Jordan , Savannah , Georgia

So sorry for your loss. Some of best memories coming down to Savannah involve Tracy and Stephen. I haven’t seen y’all in years, but think of both of you often. You’re in my thoughts and prayers.

- Tony Norman, New Orleans, LA

A candle has been lit!

- Joyce Ellzey McAllister, Savannah, GA

Tracey and I went to school together. I had met Stephen but didn't know him until seeing them again while working with Davis Produce. Tracey was such a fun loving person. Whenever you saw Stephen and Tracey they had the biggest smiles. The world always shined brighter with Tracey. She will be missed by all but never forgotten. She has had her wings but now she is the angel looking out for all of you. My condolences to Stephen and the Gray family.

- Lisa Cragg Davis, Savannah, Georgia

Services under the direction of:

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel