McCune, Tracy Alan


Tracy Alan McCune passed away, surrounded by family at home, on Tuesday, October 27, 2020, at the age of 61.

Per Tracy’s wishes there will be no services.

Memorials may be made in Tracy’s memory to:

SPCA of Texas

2400 Lone Star Drive

Dallas, TX  75212

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7 replies on “McCune, Tracy Alan”

Lou Americo says:

Dear Leslie and McCune family, Jennifer and I deeply offer our prayers for you all. Although Tracy only worked for me in the last year and a half, he was a professional through and through. His main concern he always voiced to me was wanting to do the best job he could, given the circumstances. I always told him to take the time to do what he needed for himself and all of you and not to worry about work. I could tell he was focused on doing everything he could for you all. He also wanted to make a good Brisket, to which I tried giving him some of my secrets! I know he used some of those tips and was pretty excited about that as we would talk about it as I would come by to check on him and the team in the mornings. Tracy was a one of a kind man of kindness and humor that will be missed, but not forgotten, with his SC family! God Bless all of you!

Katrina Bradley says:

Prayers to the family, may God continue to strengthen you!

Jamila Harris says:

My condolences to the family. Tracy will be missed dearly. May God continue to give you peace and comfort!

Benjy Hershorn says:

Kevin, my sincere condolences on the loss of Tracy. It sounds like he led a full and meaningful life and will be truly missed by many. In my Jewish religion- “we” say “May Tracy’s Memory be a BLESSING!

JOHN walters says:

Lesli and the entire McCune Family, so sorry to hear about Tracy’s passing. He was a good friend and even a better man, at a time when the world needs more of them. He was humble and quiet yet I saw firsthand how people we worked with were drawn to him and respected him. He was able to connect to people and make them smile with his warmth and humor. He was a geninune soul and those that met him could sense it. Most of all, however, and most importantly he loved his family. Condelences to the family, and Rest In Peace Tracy, you will be missed but not forgotten. I love you man.

Kim & Michael McGlothin says:

Lesli… Michael and I are so sorry to hear of Tracy’s passing. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

Michael Campbell says:

Lesli, Sam and Patrick: Kay and I are thinking about you and hoping for the best for all three of you. Tracy was one of the happiest people I have ever known. He handled his illness with grace and never complained, to me anyway, about his diagnosis and prognosis. Bridget took the news of Tracy’s passing pretty hard too, and she sends her condolences. God bless all of you.

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