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Harold Lee Tracy

Oct. 25, 1943 - Nov. 13, 2022

Date of Service: Nov. 22, 2022

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ALMO – Harold Lee Tracy, age 79, of Almo, graduated from this mortal life on November 13, 2022.

He was born the second son to Wallace Harold Tracy and Viola Chatelain Tracy on October 25, 1943, in Ogden, UT and lived most of his life working with his father on the family farm in the Naf area. He served in the North Central States LDS mission from 1964-1966, and then served in Okinawa, Japan for the United States Army from 1968-1970. He met his eternal companion, Charlotte Louise Judd, at a mission reunion in April of 1972, and they were sealed June 30, 1972, in the Logan Utah Temple. Harold said he would’ve married her sooner than that, stating: “When you find the right one, why wait?” They celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary this year.

Harold was a hard worker and talented welder. He had a fun sense of humor and loved serving others. A highlight in their marriage was serving together as missionaries at the Burley LDS Cannery/Bishop’s Storehouse.

He is survived by his wife; and four daughters, Rosemary (Milton) Winslow, Jennie (Bobby) Lang, Bonita (Jason) Lenz, and Christy (Val) Williamson; 16 grandchildren; and one great-granddaughter. He was preceded in death by his parents; his brother, Kent (Julia) Tracy; and his grandson, Allen Winslow.

The family would like to express their sincere appreciation to the staff of Diamond Peak Assisted Living for the excellent care he received there.

The funeral will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, November 22, at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints – Almo Ward, with Bishop Doug Ward officiating. Military rites will be performed by the Mini-Cassia Veterans Group following the service. Family and friends will be received from 10 until 10:45 a.m. at the church prior to the service. Burial will follow at Yost Cemetery.

A live webcast of the Funeral Service will be available and maintained at the following link: https://youtu.be/Ma_zB1DFKXU.

Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Rasmussen-Wilson Funeral Home of Burley.

Condolences for Harold Lee Tracy

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From Wynn and Jeannine Dewsnup:
Harold Tracy was the absolute best home teacher in the history of home teaching! When we arrived in Almo in 1976, he always found time to visit us in our home and helped teach us how to live rural! We love you, Charlotte, and hope you will find peace and comfort in treasured memories with your beloved husband.
From Darrel Judd:
Sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you. We can’t attend the service but we will be watching online.
From Jed Heaton:
Harold started traveling with me to auctions after he sold his dairy. We were headed to Washington to an auction and got pulled over for a headlight that was out. We had to put our hands on car and got frisked. They searched the car for drugs. We always laughed about that. I Knick named him “wild Harold” after that. We had a lot of fun together. He enjoyed eating a good steak dinner. He will be missed.
From Garry & Shirley Mayo :
Charlotte & family. We are sorry to hear of Harold’s passing. We will miss his contagious laugh. We also hope you will all feel peace at this time.
From Lorin Jones :
I always enjoyed running into Harold quite often at a farm auction where it seemed like he usually had a sandwich in hand. Most of all I remember his smile.
My condolences to the family.
From Ron and Susan Holtman:
I’m sorry, Charlotte and family, that Harold has left us here. I spent most of my school years with Harold in Yost and Malta. And even made the trip to Boise for our army physicals together. He did have a tremendous sense of humor. Our prayers are with your family.
From Lewis Roberts:
Im sory about the passing of your loved one. I remember the time you spent with us when you provided service in the Bishop s storehouse. Losing a loved one, especially a spouse can be a void in ones life, but knowing that the sealing power of the temple will bring us together again allows us to not give up hope for the eternal togetherness waiting for us. I offer my deepest condolances. Lew Roberts
From Debra Barnes:
Rest in peace. Great guy
From Idaho State Veterans Cemetery Blackfoot:
Rest in peace with honor and gratitude for your service.
From Shanna Farwell:
Charlotte and family. I have missed seeing both of you during tax season. Harold had such a great since of humor. I wish I could remember the challenge he showed me with the money. So sorry for your loss.
From Klint and June Lloyd:
We are so happy we were able to help celebrate your 50th Wedding Anniverary! We share treasured years of friendship with Harold and Charlotte and family. A wonderful eternal family! We love you all!
From Tawnee Darrington :
Charlotte and family - we are so sorry to learn of Harold’s passing. We have fond memories of you guys and our little girls on Sundays at the old church in Almo.
From Mike & Sherry Lewis :
We are so sorry for your loss. It’s so hard to say goodbye to our loved ones. Harold was a good man and will be missed! May your family be blessed with peace and comfort at this difficult time.
From Shanna Farwell:
Charlotte and family. I have missed seeing both of you during tax season. Harold had such a great since of humor. I wish I could remember the challenge he showed me with the money. So sorry for your loss.
From Milo Paskett :
Harold was one of my high school classmates. Man of good character. May his family find comfort.
From Dee Ann Spencer:
Sorry for your loss. He was a good neighbor and friend.
From Wally Schultz :
So sorry to hear this he was good guy to me always

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