Tracey L. Angeletti

August 30, 1971 ‒ April 08, 2020

Fredericktown, Ohio

Tracey L. Angeletti, age 48, of Fredericktown, Ohio passed away on Wednesday, April 8, 2020 in Bellville, Ohio.  She was born in Mount Vernon on August 30, 1971 to Samuel Angeletti and Lily Ferguson.

Tracey worked for Kokosing as a truck driver and loved to hunt and fish every opportunity she could.  She enjoyed hanging out with her feline friend Doodles and drinking Mountain Dew.  Most of all she loved being around her family and friends.

She is survived by mother, Lily (Bob) Ferguson; her father, Samuel Angeletti; a brother, Mike Angeletti; sisters, Becky (Johnny) Mitchel, Pam (Russ) Knoblock, Carrie (Kevin) McMahon; cousin, Padenna (Dennis) Halverson; nieces, Tabetha, Andrea and numerous nieces and nephews.

A celebration of life service will take place at a later date.

Memorial contributions may be made to:  Hospice of Central Ohio at, https://www.hospiceofcentralohio.org/donate/donate-now/.

The Dowds-Snyder Funeral Home of Mount Vernon is honored to serve the family of Tracey L. Angeletti.

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  • So sorry to hear about Tracey…she was always a positive outgoing person She always made everyone laugh! We will miss ya Tracey Love and prayers for the rest of the family

  • Tracy, you are at peace now with our Heavenly Father! You will be missed, especially your laughter and jokes. It was a pleasure knowing you. Your light will shine on in our memories ❤️
    Condolences to the family
    Lil and Bob, hugs and prayers 🙏🏻❤️

  • I’m so sorry Lilly, I can’t even imagine your pain , only possible comfort is that she’s in a far better place than here these days. That doesn’t stop the pain of missing them. Love you Lilly, prayers for the whole family🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻💖💖💖

  • I’m so sorry I worked with Tracy at kokosing and been keeping in touch with her . I’m so glad we have been keeping in touch with each other. Just sad to hear this sad news. She is no longer in pain and resting I will miss u my friend

  • I’m so sorry for your loss, Tracey was a great lady and loved her Momma dearly, RIP Tracey

  • Tracey we will miss all the fun times we had at the campground. Luckily we have wonderful memories and the woodwork you made for us. I will always be looking over my shoulder to try to catch you before you scare me. Knowing you are in a better place and no longer in pain and some day we will be together again makes it a little easier. Lil and Bob we are praying for you in your time of need and love you so much.

  • Tracy always brought laughter to all of us at the campground. She will be missed. So sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you Lily and Bob and the rest of the family. Rest in Peace Tracy.

  • We were so saddened to hear of Tracey’s passing. We always enjoyed our campfire chats and buying her homemade wooden projects! She really had a woodcrafting touch. My favorite is when she would play cousin “it” with our Grandson Paxton! He would just giggle! Bless the family and know that she was loved here on earth and we’ll all see her again someday. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Jim and Kim Butcher

  • My prayers and condolences to Traceys family and friends. She was beautiful person, smart, encouraging, and funny. She will be missed tremendously but will always be with us in spirit. It was a pleasure to have known her and spend time with her in the past.

  • I am so sorry Lilly
    Tracy alway had a smile when every I seen her at the campground
    She in Gods hands now no pain
    My heart goes out to the family prayers for all

  • If I remember correctly, we showed horses together in our days of youth. She was always smiling. I’m so sorry for your loss.

  • To Tracey’s Family,
    She will deeply missed. I graduated with her many years ago. She was one in million. The Class of 1990 lost a excellent woman and she will be deeply remembered.

  • To Lil and Bob, and all their family..
    We will remember the card games. Her Mt. Dew. Her laugh. Her stories of her job. She was so much fun to be around! Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  • Prayers for the family…my dad (ken martin) and my mom(shirley) were friends of sam and lillies…so sorry for your loss.

  • Prayers to the family, I’ve got a million memories flooding through me right now with her. My heart is broken, friends like Tracey are few and far between. She was always so full of life and laughter and I’m blessed to have had her as a friend for so many years.

  • We are so very sorry for your loss ! Tracey was always making us laugh ! She always was such a happy positive light ! We are praying for you all at this very difficult time ! Love Scott, Carla , Megan and Marissa Heldenbrand

  • So sad that another life is cut short at such a young age. Also, sorry she had to endure health issues. She was a joy to know. Sending many hugs and prayers to the family for peace a comfort in the days and month ahead.

  • Condolences to the family. I had a lot of fun running around with Tracey is high school

    Love,
    Stacey (Randall)Poland

  • My heart is deeply troubled upon this news. I can still see you playing basketball in junior high school. You were unique in your ways-working in a mans world and cooking and making crafts in the woman’s world. We would talk about hunting and trapping when in season and you would meet me at the door with baked goodies early in the morning. I remember hearing truck driving stories about you from a mutual friend -you were never afraid to pull your own weight. Your home was so beautifully decorated, that I wanted you to come decorate my home. Yes Tracey, you knew how to play and work in both worlds and do it successfully! I will miss you my dear friend! I prayed for you all along and now I will pray for your family that all will be at peace soon. Sending love and hugs from afar. I will miss you here, but will join you someday in the mansions in heaven.

  • Rest in peace little sister, no more pain. I’ll always remember our time’s together and the rug we worked on together just this past December. Lil, Bob, Mike , Love and Prayers to you all.

  • I’m so sorry for your loss, Tracey always had a heart of gold, we hung out for a short time during high school, A great person, very highly thought of. Rest now Angel.

  • Dearest Lily,
    My heart is saddened by Tracey’s passing. Although our families drifted over the years, it doesn’t mean that we don’t love. I’ve many memories of going to your house as a young girl & you, Tracey & Mike would take time to try & teach me, my sister & brother, to ride horses. Get a little countrified, which we always loved. I think Tracey laughed the most at my poor attempts to ride!
    You & your family are truly in my prayers.
    Jodie Thompson High

  • I’m gonna miss you my life long friend miss our chats and hanging out and your laugh becUse god knows we did a lot of that when we were
    Together . So rest easy until we meet again and pick
    Up where we left off . I’m so sorry to all of Tracey’s family she was an amazing person inside and out . And I’m sure going to miss her so very much ! And so won’t my entire family who she had always been a part of .

  • Our thoughts and prayers go out to your entire family during this difficult time.

  • So very sorry to hear about Tracy. It’s been many years but kind memories. Condolences to Tracy’s friends and family.

  • Carrie and the rest of Tracey’s family, Sorry to hear this news. God be with all of you during this time.. God bless you.

  • Deepest sympathy. I graduated with Tracey and although our paths haven’t crossed since we left high school, it is still sad and way too soon to hear of this news. Sending light and love to all family and friends.

  • You left way too early my beautiful friend. Though we didn’t keep in touch much in our later years, I thought of you often. I do believe you still owe me a lunch from our OSU— xichigan bet. HaHa. I am going to miss your smile, orneriness, honesty, and laughter. You were such a dependable friend and always was willing to help anyone when they were down and out. I am sorry we didn’t have more time to spend together but I am happy that you are no longer in pain. I think what Tracie Weller wrote about you is perfect and I feel there is nothing more that needs to be said except that I will miss you so.
    My deepest sympathy to the family.

  • Kenny’s got great memories of his cousin they would go fishing and hunting together and he worked on her Truck which he never mind he will miss her mostly at the camper and go down memory lane. Love and Miss you and thought and prayer for Aunt Lilly and uncle Bob and family, friends

  • So shocked and sorry to see Tracey’s obituary. My heart goes out to her family and loved ones. I graduated with Tracey and remember her playing sports and being a comedian in school. She always appeared happy and carried a smile.

  • Lily-bob, We are so sorry to hear this, She is beautiful young lady with laughter joyful sound around her that she drawn people to her personality., she will be miss. Sent our condolences, love and miss you all. Hugs Katherine- Jerry Ratliff ( former camper at Rustic Knolls , Jerry is Kokosing # 18).

  • Deepest sympathy to Tracey’s friends and family. I graduated with Tracey buy our paths never crushed after high school. I remember being very nice and always had a smile. To young to be gone so soon. Glad she is no longer sick and in pain.

  • We were so sorry to hear of Tracey’s death.. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family during this time of loss..May God Bless you during this difficult time… With deepest Sympathy….

  • I am very sorry for your loss. I hope you can find comfort in the Bible’s promise of a resurrection.
    “There is going to be a resurrection.” Acts 24:15