Tracy Len Brown
”1959 - 2021”

    Tracy Len Brown

    Don’t think of him as gone away
    his journey’s just begun,
    life holds so many facets this earth is only one.
    Just think of him as resting from the sorrows and the tears
    in a place of warmth and comfort where there are no days and years.
    Think how he must be wishing that we could know today
    how nothing but our sadness can really pass away.
    And think of him as living in the hearts of those he touched…
    for nothing loved is ever lost and he was loved so much
      Ellen Brenneman

      Tracy Len Brown, age 62, a resident of Lillian, Alabama, passed away Friday, January 21, 2022.
      Tracy lived most of his life around the Sapulpa area before retiring to the beaches of Alabama. He spent decades working as a painter and independent contractor where many of his clients and coworkers became his life long friends.
      Tracy was a 17 year heart transplant survivor and did all he could to live a life worthy of the gift he was given. Organ donation gave Tracy the beautiful gift of time that allowed him to celebrate the birth of many of his grandchildren, spend his retirement with his wife at the beach, and make wonderful friends in his new community.
      Tracy is survived by his wife, Waynette Marie Brown; children, Scott Wayt of Sapulpa, Oklahoma, Amber (Leon) Cilliers of Sapulpa, Oklahoma, Brandy (Travis) Wingo of Edmond, Oklahoma, Justin (Miranda) Brown of Ada, Oklahoma, Ryan (Brittni) Brown of Norfolk, Virginia, Tyler (Natasha) Haggard of Sapulpa, Oklahoma; 16 grandchildren; sister, Sheila (John) Biles of Aberdeen, Maryland; along with many other loving relatives and friends.
      He was preceded in death by his parents, John and Anita Brown and sister Linda Blansett.

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