Tracey Josephine Neumann (nee Cutting) passed away at home on Monday, April 6, 2020 at the age of 55 after a courageous battle with cancer with her family by her side. She was a wonderful mom to her sons Kolin and Cole and to her daughter-in-law Bethany. Much loved daughter of Gail and Don Cutting. Best big sister and best friend to Shannon Morrison (Tom) and Shauna Cutting (Jimi). She was the best Auntie Tray Tray to her nieces and nephew, Jessica, Justin, Gemma and Leila. Dearest friend to Gloria Quesnel and second momma to her children. She was loved by her many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. She worked at Napa Auto Parts for more than 15 years and until recently she also worked part time at Canadian Tire and made many friends. Prior to Napa she worked for many years at White Rose Nursery.
She loved her many fur babies, horseshoeing and bowling with the girls, garage saleing each weekend, making homemade wine and was always busy renovating her home. In her younger days she loved horseback riding on her boy Sir, dancing with her girls at the King Eddie Hotel and spending time with friends. Her greatest joy these past few years had been spending time with her son Cole and daughter in law Bethany and her other 2 musketeers in New Brunswick at the cottage. It was truly her happy place. We will remember her floating in the lake last summer with that dragonfly on her shoulder. She loved cuddling with Fender and Aussie on her couch while watching her many TV and renovation shows. She was a strong and independent woman. Before getting sick, she could work a power tool like no other. Her biggest pet peeve was that the nerve damage, caused by her disease, kept her from maintaining that independence. She will forever be remembered as a crazy lady who loved to dance, party and goof around.
Cremation has taken place. She wanted a big party to celebrate her life, which will be determined at a later date.
Donations in her memory can be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, Cambridge Memorial Hospital or Cambridge Humane Society. The family wants to thank the entire staff at Cambridge Memorial Hospital for their care since her diagnosis and during the last few days on floor 4B, the wonderful nursing staff at Paramed, and all of her friends and family who supported her these past 3 years.