Tracy Ann Tsang, age 39, was born on December 28, 1980, to mother, Ellesea Tsang and father, David Tsang. She grew up in Kingston, Jamaica and although Tracy moved to Miami, Fl when she was 14 years old, her connection to her island home and the Jamaican culture strongly shaped the rest of her life.
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Tracy loved her family more than anything and was always committed to making the unit stronger. The beauty of this is that Tracy’s definition of family kept growing. It started with the traditional structure with Mummy, Daddy, sisters, brother, grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins. But because Tracy was who she was, with her enormous heart, she quickly grew a strongly knit circle of friends. We all knew that we could rely on Tracy, especially with the toughest of circumstances. And Tracy certainly encountered challenging circumstances throughout her life.
When Tracy became a mother, her maternal instinct kicked in immediately. She adored her children and she did everything to make them happy and safe. She brought such joy to them, in each and every moment.
Tracy will be deeply missed my many. She leaves behind her husband, Jeremy Rivas, their two children, Anabelle and Aiden, her mother and father, sisters Tanya and Tricia, and brother, Tyronne. She also leaves her nieces, Jessica, Alyssia, Alaina, Alyson and nephews Zachary, Joshua and Duran. There are too many loving aunts and uncles to list who will profoundly miss her as well as grandaunts and granduncles, many cousins and such great friends.