Tracie Lea Dulin passed away May 28, 2014 in Colorado City, Texas. She was born August 30, 1978 to Tommy and Connie Dulin.
Tracie was a ray of sunshine, she brought joy to everyone she met. She had a personality that could only be described as fabulous. She was also very funny and could easily make you laugh. Tracie always said "you never know what a person is going through, so be nice to everyone". She was an advocate for human rights and often reminded us about what is going on in this world. She was the type of person that stood up for what she believed in and would give you her last dime if you needed it. Tracie also loved to write and she was very good at it. She has been published for her poetry, wrote a book and she was a freelance writer for magazines. Another thing that is much known about Tracie is that she loved coffee and has probably visited every coffee shop around. She also liked going to the Farmers Markets and would encourage us to buy from local businesses because they needed it. She also loved meeting with family and friends for lunch, she was the type that would get to know you and would listen to what you had to say. But what Tracie loved the most in this world were her three daughters Autumn, Karmandy and Kennedy as well as being a grandmother or "Bugsy" to her granddaughter Zoe. She was a great person and will be forever missed.
Tracie is preceded in death by her grandparents, Joe and Ozelia Dulin, Lloyd and Maria Shattuck, Uncles Harold and Fred Dulin, and Aunts Carolyn Shattuck and Virginia Reynolds.
Tracie is survived by her three daughters, Autumn, Karmandy, and Kennedy Dulin; granddaughter Zoe Blyss Dulin of Colorado City, Texas; her parents Tommy and Connie Dulin of Colorado City, Texas; sister Lisa and brother-in-law Brian Murphree of Midland, Texas,
sister Robin and brother-in- law Billy Massie of Grapevine, Texas, brother Tommy and sister- in-law Memory Dulin of Midland, Texas. She is also survived by her Great Aunt Margie Bolton of Sulfur Springs, Louisiana, Uncle Bill and Aunt Diane of Abilene, Texas, Aunt Pam of Abilene, Texas, nieces Brianna Frick and husband Tyler and their children Gavin and Isaac, Kaede and Jocilyn Massie and Brooklyn Dulin; her nephews Taylor and Jonathan Murphree and Tommy Alexander Dulin and soon to be Tiberius Dulin.
A funeral service will be held at 11am on Saturday, May 31, 2014 at Crestview Baptist Church. Dr. John Gerlach will be officiating.
In lieu of flowers a memorial fund has been made in her honor. Please visit Http://fundly.com/Tracie-dulin-past-away?ftsrc=fbshare.
Donations may also be made towards the Baptist Crisis center 806 S. Baird Midland, Texas 79701 or a charity of your choice.
Online condolences may be offered at www.ellisfunerals.com