Tracy Lee (Cox) Epstein of Bradenton, Florida went home to be with Jesus on Friday May 20th, 2022 surrounded by her family and close friends. She was 54 years old. Tracy passed away of heart failure at Largo Hospital.
Born July 5th, 1967 in Dayton, Ohio, Tracy graduated with the class of 1985 at Valley View High School in Germantown, Ohio and went on to graduate from Anderson University in Indiana in 1990 with a degree in Sociology. After earning her degree she moved to Florida, where she married Michael Epstein. Tracy and Michael have 3 children. For the past 10 years Tracy was executive secretary to Dr. Harry Morgan and office manager of the Biblical Counseling Center in Bradenton, Florida. She was also employed by Faith Bible Church in Bradenton. Tracy was devoted to Christ. Because of her passion for Israel she was able to visit the Holy Land in 2019. Her faith grew even deeper after this trip. Tracy's love for God and His Word left us with countless Bible study notes and a Bible well worn. We can only imagine what she is discussing with Jesus right now! Tracy loved to make pottery pieces and would endlessly express her thoughts and feelings through her writings and drawings. Tracy's most recent joy was being Mimi to her grandson Ezra.
Tracy was preceded in death by her father, Charles Cox; paternal grandparents William and Gertrude Cox; maternal grandparents Hugh and Marjorie (Kirk) Chenault. Tracy is survived by her former husband Michael Epstein, their 3 children, Hannah, Madeline and Nathan and their grandson Ezra. Tracy is also survived by her mother, Janet (Chenault) Williams and step father Ralph Williams, her brother Christopher Cox and sister-in-law Rumiko Cox, along with many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins whom she dearly loved.
A Celebration of Tracy's Life will be Sunday June 5th at 3 pm at Faith Bible Church, 1511 57th St E Bradenton, Florida
Our deepest sympathies to all of Tracy’s family and loved ones. May God’s love help ease your pain through this terribly difficult time.
Jim & Kim Villella
Tracy was such a bright and beautiful light in our troubled world! We will miss her always! We know she is alive and well in Heaven with our Lord. There will be a day when we join her there. Until then, fly high my little one! We love you very, very much! Aunt Jackie and Uncle John
Our deepest condolences to the Epstein family and friends from Staff at Sound Choice Cremation.
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