Mavis Darcy webpage

 

 

Matthew Darcy

Anna Ford                    Mary Darcy                  Winifred Tracey

Catherine Darcy                                                           John Darcy

 

Elizabeth New Jersey 1906

 

               

Dennis Tracey

This graduation picture travelled from New Jersey to Montreal to Vancouver to Ohio and back to New Jersey in 80 years

 

 

Dennis Tracey & Mary Frances Morley

About 1920

 

 

Tom Treacy                  Bridget             Thomas                        Bridget

Poet &                         Concannon                   Treacy                          Treacy

Shoemaker                   Treacy                          1850-1927                   Reilly

 

Castle Farm Dunmore 1927

 

 

Winifred &                                             Catherine &

Raymond Taylor                          Melvin “Bill” Jagu

 

Granddaughters of Winifred Tracey and their husbands Ohio 1940’s

 

 

Genevieve & Frank Toth

 

Granddaughter of Winifred Tracey and her husband 1945

 

 

 

 

Back Row, left to right: John (Jack) Tracey, Dennis Tracey II, Joseph Tracey, Dominick Gaetano, Thomas Raymond Tracey, Daniel Tracey, John (Jack) Sherry, and William Durkin

Front Row, left to right: Lisa (nee Schultz) Tracey (Mrs. Jack Tracey), Mary (nee Lunney) Tracey (Mrs. Dennis Tracey II), Margaret (Peggy) Tracey, Elizabeth (Betty) Tracey (Mrs. Dominick Gaetano), Irene (nee Dick) Tracey (Mrs. Thomas R. Tracey), Dorothy Tracey (Mrs. Jack Sherry), Marie Tracey (Mrs William Durkin)

 

Children of Dennis Tracey and Mary Morley, April 13, 1958, wedding of Dominick Gaetano and Elizabeth Tracey

 

               

 

Patricia Beckhoff

Winifred Barnes                        Julia Hess

                                                Natasha Hart

Mid-1990’s Ohio

 

 

Obituary

Mavis J. Darcy, 60, died Sunday, September 2, 2007 at Lakewood Hospital. She was born May 19, 1947 in Elyria where she was a lifelong resident.
She graduated from Elyria High School in 1965 where she was a member of the National Honor Society and National Thespians. She graduated from Miami University, Oxford, with a Bachelor of Science in Education and a Master of Arts in Teaching. She also received a Masters in Latin from Millersville University, Millersville, PA.
She taught English and Latin for 32 years at Clearview High School retiring in 2001.
She created an academic course called "Detective Novel" which dealt with student exhibits of real life crimes.
She was involved in the 1995 investigation of the Sam Shepard murder trial. The exhibits from that investigation were influential in obtaining a new trial.
She was a member of the Commanders’ Club of the Disabled American Veterans.
Her name is listed on the Wall of Tolerance in AL.
She had traveled in 44 States and 20 European countries.
She loved dogs and rabbits and was an amateur geneologist. Other interests included reading, stamp and coin collecting.
Mavis is survived by aunts, Malvine Kader and Gussie Wolf, both of Elyria; and several cousins.
She was preceded in death by her father, John Darcy in 1964; and her mother, Agnes Darcy (nee Kranyak) in 2003.
Visitation will be Wednesday from 5 to 8 P.M. at Dicken Funeral Home, 323 Middle Ave., Elyria. Visitation will also be Thursday from 10 to 10:30 A.M. at the funeral home followed by an 11 A.M. graveside service at St. Mary’s Cemetery, Elyria. Rev. Charles T. Diedrick will officiate. Memorial contributions may be made to Friendship Animal Protective League, 8303 Murray Ridge Rd., Elyria, OH 44035 or The Alzheimer’s Assoc., P.O. Box 74924, Cleveland, OH 44194-4924.

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