Tracey Lynn Yock

Born: Wed., Nov. 6, 1968
Died: Sat., Jan. 18, 2014


Memorial Mass

11:00 AM Sat., Feb. 01, 2014


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Yock---Tracey Lynn, 45, Cairnbrook, died January 18, 2014, at home. Born November 6, 1968, in Chesterton, Indiana, daughter of Charles Joseph and Bonnie Lee (Miller) Yock. Preceded in death by brother, Charles Jr. Survived by parents; brothers, Richard, Shanksville; and Ronald, Denver, Colorado; grandmother, Edna Csehoski, Ohio and a number of aunts, uncles and cousins. Tracey worked as a paramedic and veterinary technician. She loved animals very much and enjoyed working with them. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at 11 a.m., Saturday, February 1, 2014 at Our Lady Queen of Angels Church, Central City, Fr. Maurizio. In lieu of flowers, family suggests contributions to Somerset County Humane Society in memory of Tracey. Online condolences may be sent to the Yock family at mulcahyfuneralhome.com

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lisa davis-shew
   Posted Tue January 21, 2014
Dear Bonnie and Joe - so sorry to hear of the loss of your daughter. Love, Lisa, Greg and Noah Shew

John and Bonnie Berchielli
   Posted Thu January 23, 2014
Dear Joe and Bonnie, We are so very sad for your loss. Tracy was a wonderful person who truly loved all creatures great and small. May she rest peacefully with St. Francis at her side and may she tend to all the animals in heaven. We pray that God's love will keep you strong and at peace knowing that Tracey is watching over you from above.

Love, John, Bonnie, and Heather

Judy and Jerry Yock
   Posted Thu January 23, 2014
Again...To be a child is to know the joy of living, to have a child is to know the beauty of life, to lose a child is to know the greatest pain of all....we know...we share your pain. With deepest sympathy and love.

Barbara Poell
   Posted Thu March 13, 2014
It was with greatest regret that I recently learned of Tracey's death. Please accept my sincere condolences. The Tracey I knew was full of life and we had some great times working together and after work. We met at the Rowlett animal clinic where we were both Vet techs. We were a great team. When she left to go into the Ambulance service we still kept in touch.. Sadly we lost touch when she moved away and I left the Vet office.
I once in a while would "google " her to try and find where she had gone but until this last month I could not .
Again please know how sad I am that she is gone and I pray for the comfort of your family.
If you have the time I would love to hear what she has been up to these past few years. She has great friend and a wonderful person who was devastated when her brother was so ill.
all the best to your family and I know Tracey is in a wonderful place surrounded by the animals and people she helped..
Best regards Barbara