Tracie Reaves Rust Obituary, Death – The gift of life is one that must under no circumstances be overlooked or disregarded as unimportant. Later on today, Tracie Reaves Rust, a compassionate person who died away on September 3rd, will be laid to rest in her final resting place. It was an honor and a blessing to be able to get to know her thanks to the chance that was provided to me. She was the epitome of undiluted willpower and unflinching resolve, but at the same time, she possessed a compassionate personality.
Tracie lived immediately across the street from me when she was going to nursing school, and I was able to keep an eye on her progress. It was a lovely experience for me while we were neighbors with one another. Once, when some of my friends came over to bake at my house, I did not have any of the numerous measuring cups that are required for the various components. The set was brought to my house the next day after it was ordered. When I use them, Tracie’s considerate personality always comes to mind because of how much consideration she put into creating them.
Whenever she came to visit, she would come to the pool parties that we hosted at our place. However, while the rest of us were having fun, Tracie would sit in the pool on a chaise lounge with index cards and do her homework. After gaining experience as a nurse in an emergency room, she went on to complete her education and receive a degree in nursing. She later got married and had two beautiful children. I have hope and faith that she was able to do everything she set out to do in her 44 years, despite the fact that her life was cut far too soon.
My deepest sympathies and prayers are with her mother, mother-in-law, husband, children, sister Savannah Hawkins, and all of her other family and friends who counted it a privilege to have her as a part of their lives. May they find comfort in knowing that they were blessed to have her.
Tracie, my darling, I pray that you are finally at peace in heaven. I will never be able to forget the warm smile that was always on your face or the generosity that was always in your heart.