Steve Tracy Obituary, Death, Funeral Information

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Steve R. Tracy Hillsborough County, Florida: Actor. His role as “Percival Dalton” on the television series “Little House on the Prairie,” in which his character was married to “Nellie Oleson,” is what brought him the most fame. He went to Kent University, studied acting at the LACC Theatre Department and Harvey Lembeck’s Comedy Workshop, and appeared in a number of movies, including “National Lampoon’s Class Reunion” (1982), “Save the Last Dance For Me” (1981), “Forever Young,” “Say Yes,” and “Beneath the Valley of the Ultra-Vixens” (1979). He appeared as a guest on a number of different television shows, such as “Quincy,” “The Jeffersons” (1975), “James at 15,” “Little House on the Prairie,” and “The Frankie and Annette Show.” He revealed to the public that he was living with AIDS at a time when very few other performers were willing to do so. He had been given an AIDS diagnosis. Full Obituary

Stephen Burton Tracey Obituary: On July 6, 2022, Stephen Burton Tracey, who was 82 years old, passed away while he was surrounded by his family. On September 28th, 1939, Stephen was welcomed into the world in Weymouth, Massachusetts by his parents, Russell Sturgis Tracey and Margaret Evelyn Stetson. In 1957, Stephen received his diploma from Boston Latin School, and he continued his education at Tufts University until 1960. After that, he enlisted in the Massachusetts Army National Guard and continued his education at Suffolk University, where he graduated in 1964. After receiving his diploma, he went to San Francisco, California, where he eventually met the woman who would become his first wife, Mary Gunhus (Campbell). Kevin Tracey (Margie Slusser) of Syracuse, Indiana, Lara Eckrich of Granger, Indiana, and Patrick Tracey of Bloomington, Indiana are their three children. Barbara Williams (Jen Metz) of North Port, Florida and Scott Gardner of Cary, North Carolina are Stephen’s stepchildren. Both of Stephen’s stepchildren were born to Susan Ponder (Delgado). Full Obituary

Steven M. Tracy II, Williamstown, Vermont: On May 18, 2020, at the age of 14, Steven M. Tracy II, who resided in Williamstown, Vermont, was taken from this world unexpectedly. On December 18th, 2005, Steven was welcomed into the world by his parents, Steven and Brandi (Rogers), at the CVMC. The Williamstown Elementary School and the Williamstown Middle High School were both on his educational path. Located in Barre, Vermont, T&T Custom Polishing was Steven and his father’s granite polishing business. Steven worked alongside his father there. When Steven was 8 years old, he was able to get his hunting license. When he was 12 years old, he was able to get his boating license. At the time of his death, Steven was working on getting his ATV license. During the 2019 pulling season, he competed in tractor pulling and won 11 trophies, including “Rookie of the Year,” “Second Place in Total Points,” and “Most Improved Puller.” He also won “Most Improved Puller.” Steven took pleasure in activities such as tractor pulling, fishing, riding ATVs, duck hunting, kayaking, exploring the outdoors, being with friends, baking his “famous brownies,” playing video games, playing with his four dogs, working out, riding around on back roads, making others laugh with his inappropriate and outlandish jokes, polishing granite, and working on anything he could with his father, uncle, and brother-in-law. Steven also enjoyed working on anything he could with his father, uncle, and Steven possessed a kind and generous spirit, and he spent his life trying to brighten the lives of those around him. Full Obituary