Memorial services for Tracy Auch, 43, of Mott, will be 10 a.m., Monday, July 13 at Hillside Baptist Church in Dickinson with Pastor Ron Gold and Pastor Ed Billock officiating. Burial will follow at Sunny Slope Cemetery in Mott. Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Monday before the service.
Tracy was born May 14, 1966 to Kenny and Penny (Kautzman) Auch at the hospital in Richardton. The same hospital she passed away at on July 9.
Tracy received her elementary and high school education in Mott. After high school she moved to Dickinson. Tracy loved the Lord and very rarely missed attending church. She was very faithful in following the Lord.
She had many passions in life. She loved spending time with her nephew, Kaden and niece Kendra. She could sit and play or read to them for hours.
Tracy had a talent for singing and playing the piano. She played the piano at her brother’s wedding for 20 minutes before the ceremony. She was a big NASCAR fan and enjoyed watching every race. Rodeo was another passion of hers. She followed both closely. Tracy enjoyed doing needlepoint and made a blanket for her nephew. She was working on one for her niece before she passed away. Tracy also volunteered at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Dickinson regularly for many years.
Although not many knew, Tracy had a flair for writing. She mostly loved to write about family.
She is survived by her mother, Penny Auch, Mott; brother, Ben (Nadra) Auch, and their children, Kaden and Kendra; grandfather, Walter Auch; uncles: Jerry (Sheila) Auch, Bismarck; Gene (Char) Kautzman, Casa Grande, Ariz.; Dave (Linda) Kautzman, Huntley, Mont.; Darryld (Trixie) Kautzman, Lake Havasu, Ariz.; aunts: Judy Harris, Denver and Shirley (Gene) Heath, Austin, Texas, along with numerous cousins, great uncles and aunts.
She is preceded in death by her father, Kenny Auch, grandma, Selma Auch, grandparents, Margaret and George Kautzman and an Uncle Don Kautzman.
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Stevenson Funeral Home, Dickinson