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Tracy S Kiddie

April 8, 1954 — September 8, 2023

Cheyenne Wyoming

Tracy Sue Kiddie, a beloved Registered Nurse who found her calling in Hospice care, has passed away suddenly at the age of 69. Tracy was born on April 8, 1954, in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and it was in this picturesque town that she breathed her last breath on September 8, 2023.

Tracy's journey as a nurse was nothing short of inspiring. After dedicating her life to raising her family and working hard outside her home, she made the courageous decision to return to school at the age of 55 to pursue her dream of becoming a Registered Nurse. Her passion and dedication were evident as she embarked on this new chapter of her life.

Throughout her career, Tracy exemplified empathy and compassion in caring for those nearing the end of their lives. Working in Hospice was not merely a job for Tracy; it was an opportunity to offer solace and comfort to individuals when they needed it most. Her gentle touch and attentive nature brought profound comfort to countless patients and their families during their most challenging moments.

Tracy will always be remembered as a loving wife and devoted mother. She shared an unbreakable bond with her husband Richard for over three decades. Their marriage was a testament to love's enduring power and served as an inspiration to all who knew them. Together, they built a strong foundation of trust, support, and unwavering commitment.

As a mother, Tracy poured her heart into nurturing her daughter Jennifer Eckert. She cherished their relationship deeply, always going above and beyond to ensure Jennifer's happiness and well-being. Tracy's love knew no boundaries when it came to her family; they were truly the light of her life.

Beyond nursing, Tracy had numerous interests that brought joy to her days outside of work. Quilting became one of her passions; she lovingly crafted blankets and quilts for family members, infusing each stitch with warmth and love. Tracy's creative spirit extended to her gardening, as she meticulously tended to her beautiful yard filled with vibrant flowers. She found solace and tranquility in the beauty of nature and relished in the serene moments spent among her blooming plants.

Tracy's thirst for knowledge led her to be an avid reader. She was continually expanding her mind through books, immersing herself in stories that transported her to different worlds. Tracy's curious nature and thirst for knowledge were admired by all who knew her.

In addition to leaving behind a lasting impact on those whose lives she touched through her nursing career, Tracy leaves behind a legacy of love and kindness. Her presence brightened the lives of all who had the privilege of knowing her. Tracy's warm smile and nurturing nature will be deeply missed, but the memories she created will forever be cherished. Tracy had a very significant and profound love for Jesus Christ her savior. He guided her in life as he will guide her now.

Tracy is survived by her loving husband Richard Kiddie, their daughter Jennifer Eckert, sister Monica Mallon, brother Randy Knudson, sister Rhea Knudson, and dear friend Leatrice Huffman. She is predeceased by her father Charlie Knudson and mother Betty Knudson.

In honor of Tracy's memory, let us cherish the time we have with our loved ones and carry forward the same compassion and selflessness that defined her life. Rest in peace, Tracy S Kiddie; your light will continue to shine brightly in our hearts forever.

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