Born On: December 15, 1953

Passed On: September 03, 2020

Tracy Raymond Davis

Tracy Raymond Davis age 66,  went home to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on September 3, 2020.  He was born on December 15, 1953 in Grand Haven, Michigan.  Tracy was a loving father and devoted grandfather.  He was self employed while raising his daughters then he worked for Burn/Securiatas Security where he received numerous accommodations.

Tracy is survived by his daughters Heather (Howard) Hendee and Corry (Arrick) Moore; grandchildren, Jeremiah Moore, Gethsemane Moore, Ava Stefanski, and Alexis Stefanski; sisters, Helen (John) McCabe, Ann Vaughan, and his brother Rood (Joann) Vaughan.  He was preceded in death by his grandmother, Corabell Vaughan  (who raised him), father, Raymond Vaughan; brothers, Ray Vaughan Jr., David “Ricky” Vaughan, and sister Marketa Patterson; granddaughter, Angelina Stefanski.  Tracy found Jesus faithful to the end.  He will be greatly missed by both family and friends.

Funeral Services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Thursday, September 10, 2020 at Turning Point Church, 1253  E. Hile Road in Norton Shores, Pastor Fred Summerfield officiating.  Visitation will be held, also at the church, one hour prior to the service from 10:00 a.m. until the service at 11:00 a.m.  Interment will be with his family in Seaman Cemetery, Casnovia, Michigan.

ARRANGEMENTS BY SHORELINE MEMORIAL SERVICES-MUSKEGON-231-722-5050

Visitation Information


Turning Point Church
1253 E. Hile Road, Norton Shores, Michigan 49441
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Date: Thursday, September 10, 2020
Time: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Funeral Information


Turning Point Church
1253 E. Hile Road, Norton Shores, Michigan 49441
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Date: Thursday, September 10, 2020
Time: 11:00 AM

4 thoughts on “Tracy Raymond Davis

  1. DAVID CROWELL

    Sending our Love and Prayer to Family, Tracy had been our friend since around 1980, and I was always impressed with his Love for the Lord and his family, friends are special people in your life and we always counted Tracy as one of them. love, Dave and Pat Crowell

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  2. Arrick Moore

    If there is one thing I can say about Tracy… He knew the Lord…. and If he knew you, your name was being spoken in prayer…

    Tracy didnt sleep much due to the constant pain in his back… He also had to read stuff out loud for the most part to grasp it…

    Family Members this is for you to see… know that he spoke every one of your names, and your names have had much prayer over you…

    He has lived in a room above mine since we bought our house, and 3 things might wake me up in the middle of the night… sometimes It might be an old western, he loved old westerns… most of the time though it was one of these two… either he was calling out the names of his family members in prayer, or he was reading his Bible (out loud, sometimes loud enough to wake me up)…

    I am very sad for his loss, but I am happy that he is no longer in pain here on earth, and for sure he is singing praises to our Lord.

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  3. Amy Koppenol

    I have so many good memories of my uncle growing up…fishing, “car looking “, numerous visits and sleepovers with Corry. Uncle Tracy frequently visited our family when I was growing up. He loved the Lord and I would witness him reading the Bible, or playing his guitar, singing praise to our God when I would spend the night . I sat in on numerous Bible studies that he and my dad(Rood Vaughan) would have. He was always good to me. I know he is rejoicing in heaven and I will see him again someday.

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