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Tracey Woods

Tracey L. Woods (Carlson)

Monday, June 8th, 2020
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Obituary

Passed away suddenly at her home in Millis on June 8, 2020 after a battle with Churgg-Strauss. Tracey was the daughter of Peter and Linda (Cahalane) Carlson and the beloved wife of Andrew R. Woods. She was also the devoted mother of her two wonderful daughters Lauren L. Senna of Marlborough and Andrea L. Woods of Millis. Tracey also leaves behind her brother Christopher Carlson and his wife Nancy of Maine, and her Aunt and Uncle Gerald and Sandra Cahalane of East Falmouth, MA. Also, she leaves behind several nieces and nephews who loved their “TT”. A private ceremony will be celebrated in the coming days. Anyone wishing to make memorial contributions in Tracey’s name may do so to a cause near and dear to her heart; The ALS Foundation at http://www.alsa.org/
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Donna Kachadorian

Posted at 03:52am
Where do I begin? So many laughs. So many caring moments. So many times she would call and say “oh My God guess what I did!” Followed by a funny story and Tracey ending it with “Leave it to Beaver!” Tracey always had a smile even through tough patches she saw the bright side of situations. She adored her family, she loved life. Whether you knew her for a life time or just a few hours to know her was to love her. She is missed more than she could ever imagine. Tracey I will forever miss you yelling out “where’s Barry’s wife!?!?” Rest easy my friend. God Bless ❤️ 🙏❤️
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Frankie Devin

Posted at 05:03pm
Tracey was such a beautiful soul. Every moment spent with her was filled with laughs and smiles and LOVE. She told me EVERY time I saw her how much she loved her Lauren and Andrea. I pray for Andy Andrea and Lauren and all of Traceys loved ones. She was an amazing human being and will be so missed by everyone. We love you Trace, we miss you.
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Cyndi Spellman

Posted at 12:31pm
I have so many wonderful memories I don't know if I can pick just one but here we go. It was 1990 Spring Break Daytona Beach. We stayed at a hotel complex where you had to have a wrist band to get on the premises. Well that didn't help much considering the creep that was staying there......Larry. One day he started to talk to me and Tracey, when he wasn't looking we made a run for it making sure he did not see what room we were staying in. Well after that when I didn't want to do something Tracey wanted to do or maybe even for her own amusement, Tracey would go over to the door put her hand to her mouth and go "Oooooh Larrry" and off we went. Since then that has always been our thing. I love you my friend and missing you more then you know already. Bye for now. Love you Cyndi aka "oooohhhh Larry"
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