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Tracy Tiser Warner

November 5, 1961 — June 3, 2023


On the magical day of November 5th, 1961, Tracy Tiser Warner graced the world with her presence, and from that moment on, an extraordinary and enchanting woman began her journey. Born into a world filled with endless possibilities, Tracy embarked on a life filled with love, resilience, and unwavering dedication. She learned early on that such intention was an important part of life, a life that would include the inevitable paths of pain.

Tracy's journey began in the embrace of a loving family, born to Ray and Marie Tiser in Nampa, Idaho. Tracy's introduction to heartache started very early, after she lost both her parents at a young age. While her parents provided a strong foundation, it was her extraordinary bond with her grandmother, Alice Tiser, that kept her from a life of despair. Alice played a pivotal role in her granddaughter's formative years, helping shape Tracy into the remarkable person she became. As she blossomed into her vibrant self, Tracy acquired the endearing nickname "Bugs," indicating her playful nature and infectious energy. This nickname became a cherished part of her identity. Though influenced by misfortune, Tracy had a distinct ability to ameliorate her life's adversity into a perceivable funny memory. Gaining this ability early on allowed her to master the skill of storytelling and to curate a life story melded in only great memories in spite of subsequent and devastating losses. Tracy's youth also led to a spectacular capability to adapt to the unexpected. If anyone knew Tracy, she was always ready for an adventure.

In 1980, Tracy experienced the miracle of motherhood as she welcomed her beloved daughter, Brandi, into the world. From that point forward, Tracy's life revolved around providing unwavering support and guidance to her cherished daughter. It was not just a role she assumed; it was a natural and instinctual part of her being.

When Brandi was just five years old, Tracy and her daughter embarked on a new chapter of their lives, moving to the picturesque Wood River Valley. It was in this idyllic setting that Tracy truly blossomed, known by all as a pillar of support for her close-knit family and friends. Her nurturing spirit touched the lives of those around her, leaving an indelible mark of love and compassion.

In 2004, Tracy's heart swelled with joy as she welcomed the arrival of her granddaughter, Lexie. The bond between Tracy and Lexie was unbreakable, a testament to the deep love that flowed between them. However, tragedy struck the following year when Tracy's beloved daughter, Brandi, passed away suddenly. In the face of unimaginable grief, Tracy found strength in becoming Lexie's rock, guiding her granddaughter through the trials and triumphs of life as though she had gained another daughter in the process.

Throughout the years, Tracy's favorite pastimes included exploring the world of makeup alongside Lexie, creating precious memories at Lagoon, hanging with her prized dog, Daisy Mae (Cadbury), and actively participating in the Life Church community in Hailey, Idaho. Her vibrant spirit and unwavering faith were sources of inspiration for all who had the privilege of knowing her.

Tracy's love and dedication were unwavering, and she wholeheartedly devoted herself to providing the best for Lexie. Her life was an effervescent tapestry of joy, love, and selflessness, with no intention of slowing down until the unforeseen events of 2023 unfolded. It was then that Tracy received a devastating diagnosis of untreatable lung cancer, forever altering the trajectory of her life.

On June 3rd, 2023, surrounded by her cherished loved ones, Tracy peacefully succumbed to her illness, leaving behind a void that can never be filled. She is now reunited with her parents, grandma, and her beloved daughter Brandi, watching over her loved ones from above as a guardian angel with the most enormous wings.

Tracy's impact on our lives is immeasurable, and the void left behind by her absence can never be filled. But in our hearts, her spirit lives on, a beacon of love, strength, and unwavering support. Tracy's presence will forever be missed, but her legacy will endure; she will continue to inspire us to live each day with the same zest, love, and selflessness that she exemplified. The impact Tracy made on our lives will forever shape our paths, guiding us toward love, compassion, and the pursuit of a life well-lived.

Tracy is survived by Lexie, along with her dazzling niece Amanda Vaughan and Amanda's child Alexa. She is also survived by her niece Amy Berry and Amy's five children. Additionally, Tracy is survived by her stepchildren, Katie Grimes and Shawn Bingham, and their respective children, Christopher, Alison, Xavier, Rainbow, Kai, and Xander. Tracy held a special place in her heart for her beloved pets, Kali, Luna, and Daisy Mae. In addition to her immediate family, Tracy leaves behind a vast network of extended family members with whom she had built deep connections during her time in the Wood River Valley and beyond. Tracy is preceded in death by her daughter Brandi, her parents Ray and Marie, and her nurturing grandma Alice, who has joined her in heaven's eternal embrace.

In the coming months, we will gather at the Life Church, the sacred space where Tracy drew strength from her faith. Within these walls, we will come together to honor Tracy's remarkable life, celebrating the love, joy, and impact she bestowed upon us all. A date is set for 2:00 pm, Saturday,  July 8, 2023.

In lieu of  flowers, the family encourages donations be made to a dedicated fund to be established. These funds will help support Lexie with Tracy's medical expenses and burial costs, and to create a meaningful celebration of life. Tracy's fervent wish was to ensure that Lexie was not burdened financially during this difficult period, and contributing to this cause would be a remarkable way to express your support and condolences..

Tracy, may you rest in eternal peace, knowing that your legacy lives on within our hearts.

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Saturday, July 8, 2023

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