Tracy Eileen Anderson

October 13, 1968 - January 3, 2023
January 6, 2023 10 Condolences Print Obituary

With immeasurable sadness we announce the passing of Tracy Eileen Anderson, on January 3rd, 2023, at the age of 54.

Tracy was born and raised in St Albert, to her parents Robert and Sandra Murray.  Eldest of three children, predeceasing her brothers Scott and Shawn Murray.

Tracy married Karl Anderson, in April of 1990. Married for seventeen years they had two children; Joseph and Jasmine Anderson.

Survived by her partner, Jeffrey Gulbrandsen, (whom she maintained a wonderful loving relationship with for 15 years.)  Her parents Sandra & Robert, Brothers Scott (Allison), Shawn Murray (Sylvie).

Daughter Jasmine Anderson (Alvin) Granddaughter Alayna. Nieces Karisa, Charlize, Ariel, Ebony.  Nephews Tristan, Jaden, Robert, Garret, Ethan & her fur babies, Stinker, Teddy, Fluffers and Boo Boo.

Pre-deceased by her son Joey Anderson (Aug 2022) and nephew Jamie Wagner (December 2021), Grandparents Eileen & Mac Summersgill, Beatrice & Edwin Murray.

She graduated from Paul Kane High School, class of '86 and went to University majoring in Psychology. She pursued a career in Esthetics to be home with her children and maintained that business for 30 years.

Tracy was a mother, daughter, wife, friend, confidante, counselor, fortune teller, psychic, lover of life and music and a true advocate for anyone that needed it. Her door was always open for anyone she thought she could help. The world will forever be that much dimmer without her shining light.

We will love and miss you forever mom, you truly were one of a kind.

Service to follow in April of 2023.

Donations can be made in Honor of Tracy to your choice Of: Myeloma Canada, or Chrohns & Colitis Canada.

  1. Jasmine, to you and your family, my sincere condolences. Your mother did my nails for many years and she was a kind, compassionate woman who told it like it is. I considered her a friend, and although I am so sorry for your loss, she is no longer in pain. May she Rest In Peace.

    • Thank you Eleanor. I remember hearing your name, and would possibly recognize you in person. While I’m deeply saddened and forever changed by the loss of my sweet sweet tell it like it is mama, she is no longer suffering. She suffered so long. It wasn’t fair. She made me the woman I am today and I’m so grateful she was my mom

  2. Tracy was my mentor, best friend,idle and my rock for many years . She guided me in marriage and child rearing and always had good advice. I loved our inspiring convos and will miss them deeply . A star is missing without her here.” Everthing happens for a reason” she always told me…you’ll always be my guardian angel….it’s what you’ve always done best ❤️

    • I remember a lot of good times, growing up in my moms shop with you and amber, dena, Leonard, the whole gang lol
      These memories are the storybook of our lives and I’m so grateful for them ❤️
      Also grateful we reconnected in recent years

  3. Tracy was one of a kind, a gem of a human who fought voraciously for what and whom she cared about.

    She had a magical way of getting you to divulge your trials and tribulations, even when you were determined not to, which made for nail sessions that lasted longer than they had to… no complaints here.

    Family was at the heart of what she held dear and fortunately for many of us, family came in all different forms.

    I am truly saddened by Tracy’s passing but take solace in the fact that she no longer suffers and I know for certain she is keeping watch over all whom she loved.

    • Thank you for the kind words, Ivanka. She was a beacon of light in all of our lives and fulfilled her purpose in life if that was, and I feel it was. She impacted the lives of most she has touched and that is her legacy ❤️

  4. I met Tracy in grade three, we maintained a friendship throughout elementary and that wonderful friendship blossomed in Jr. High at E.S. Gish in St.Albert. We were best friends fir a long time..I moved to B.C in Grade 10 and we lost touch, until we started emailing and eventually Facebook ing…Tracy was always an insightful, soulful , fun loving, sentimental and gentle soul…I will love her eternally .I am blessed to have had such a beautiful friend in my life. Tracy, I will see you again someday my friend. My heart is broken, but I know that you are well now, rest now my beautiful friend.

    • Thank you for the kind words and the memories

  5. Tracy was an amazing friend for over a decade. She always welcomed me into her home and made me feel comfortable, even with my dogs in tow. I loved her zoo of animals, attracted to her positive energy, and will remember so many good times watching movies together and eating food, or going to concerts like Black Sabbath. She helped me through many a hard time with words of wisdom, and the world will be a sadder place without her guidance and light. Peace Trace.

  6. “I’m shocked and saddened by Tracy’s passing. I worked with Tracy in Abu Dhabi for some years, in fact she sat next to me in a shared pod. We worked together on several projects. Always highly professional, her students were lucky to have her as their instructor.
    May she Rest In Peace.
    RM, AZ

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