Tracy L. Amo
June 20, 1962 - February 4, 2013
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Tracy L. Amo, age 50 of Appleton, passed away on Monday, February 4, 2013, after a courageous battle with cancer. She was born on June 20, 1962, to Jim and Marge Blair in Salina, Kansas. On August 22, 1986, Tracy married the love of her life, Jim Amo, and spent 26 wonderful years together. Tracy…

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The Vander Puttens left a message on May 2, 2013:
She was so nice to everyone, She would make every thing fun in the lessons like [math,reading,ext.] She would LIGHT-UP a class room! Andrew Vander Putten former student
Glen & Julie Taylor left a message on May 2, 2013:
Our hearts are both deeply saddened and overjoyed. Selfishly, we will miss Tracy. Such a warm, wonderful member of our family. We could sit for hours and listen to her sing! What a voice! But we surely did NOT want her to spend one more moment suffering and in pain. She fought such a courageous battle and is truly inspirational. And in the larger scheme of things, we are joyful, as we KNOW that Tracy is with God and that the choir of angels just got stronger with the addition of Tracy's beautiful voice. Until we meet again, dearest cousin, we will miss you! <3
Cheryl Ketelhut left a message on May 2, 2013:
Heartfelt Sympathies to the family. I smile when I think of your smile and laugh. Such a big heart. Your are singing to our Heavenly Father with the angels. You will be missed.
Debbie Metheny left a message on May 2, 2013:
I never met Tracy, but she and her family opened up their home to my son and made him feel like one of the family..it really takes a special person to be able to do that. My heartfelt sympathy to her family. They are in our prayers...
Rudolph Zielke left a message on May 2, 2013:
Hearts and Prayers to all who knows Tracy,she will be dearly missed, Much Love,hearts and prayers and Big Hugs Rudolph,and Marge Zielke
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Mr Steve left a message on May 2, 2013:
She hugged me when I didn't want one and she hugged me when I didn't need one. She knew what I needed, I needed to be hugged until I was comfortable enough to hug others. She gave me a very special gift. Thank you, Tracy. Gods Grace and Love with you and your whole family.
Heather- Jack's Maintenance left a message on May 2, 2013:
Tracy was a passionate teacher that had such a devotion to the numerous students that attended Badger. They were always 1st! She would work late into the night and even on the weekends. This is how I got to know her.......late nights and weekends. Tracy also had a way of dealing with people that made them feel good and appreciated. No matter what the circumstance may have been she always saw a positive and was so appreciative of the various requests that were taken care of in her classroom and at Badger.
Elian Coronado left a message on May 2, 2013:
Mrs.Amo You'll will be missed always and forever, you were a great part of badger especially when I was there for all my years.You were also the only one who inspired me the most you helped me when I needed someone the most, you were there, only one who knew how to get satisfied for what I do at school and in the community. Love always and forever, Elian Coronado
Ken, Christine, Zach and Shelby Fisher left a message on May 2, 2013:
Ken and I always hope and pray that our kids will have teachers that will not only teach them what the need to know in school but that they also make an impression on them that they take throught their lives. Mrs. Amo was that type of teacher. We will all remember her smile that she had every time we saw her. Our whole family was honored to have known her and know in our hearts that she is in a better place where we will all meet again someday. We will miss her until then. When I asked Zach and Shelby to think of a happy memory of Mrs. Amo, Shelby said she loved to hear her sing and Zach said every morning during summer school she would play "Walking on Sunshine" over the intercom and he loved that. Right now she is truly "Walking on Sunshine" and looking down on us all with that beautiful smile of hers. Christine, Ken, Zach and Shelby
Lynn Brost Duesing left a message on May 2, 2013:
Jim and family - I am so very sorry to hear of Tracy's passing. She was a very special person and friend. I knew Tracy since 6th grade and will never forget her kindness, gentle spirit, and beautiful voice. She was the first person to welcome me to a new school when I moved to Medford and continued to be friends through out high school. As we grew older, had our families, and many miles came between us we lost touch for awhile. Recently I was able to touch base with her and am very glad I had that opportunity. She will truly be missed! I am sure she is singing in the heavens with the angels! God Bless! The Duesing Family
Glen & Julie Taylor left a message on May 2, 2013:
Our hearts are both deeply saddened and overjoyed. Selfishly, we will miss Tracy. Such a warm, wonderful member of our family. We could sit for hours and listen to her sing! What a voice! But we surely did want her to spend one more moment suffering and in pain. She fought such a courageous battle and is truly inspirational. And in the larger scheme of things, we are joyful, as we KNOW that Tracy is with God and that the choir of angels just got stronger with the addition of Tracy's beautiful voice. Until we meet again, dearest cousin, we will miss you! <3
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