Tracey Kapu (nee Carter, Kuzek, Reid) born September 18, 1964 in Eatonia, Saskatchewan passed away after an eight year tenacious fight with cancer, July 29, 2014 in Salmon Arm, B.C.
She will be sorely missed by her daughters Marley and Haley Kuzek, her mother Joan Boyer, father George Reid, siblings, Russell Reid, Robert Reid, Debbie MacCauley, Dale Reid, and Tania Reid, Her Aunts and Uncles, cousins, fifteen nieces and nephews, who she was a favourite Auntie to, her many friends and of course her constant companion Zabean, her pet dog.
Tracey was an active resident of Salmon Arm since 1990, she supported many of the local cultural events such as Roots and Blues and loved to enter crafts and home grown produce and products in the fall fair. Tracey will be remembered for her loving care she gave to many of Salmon Arms developmentally challenged adults through her home care, whether it was providing short term or long term care, Tracey did her best to guarantee a loving environment for her clients.
Tracey was a loving person with a zest for life. Her many interests and talents included music, cooking, reading, traveling, the outdoors, crafts, sewing, animals and sports. She was always ready to entertain guests whether it was tea or coffee with a mellow crowd or playing hackie and feeding her daughters teenage friends.
A small beautiful memorial was held August 5th in Sicamous, B.C. Attended by family and close friends.
The family wants to thank the caring staff at Shuswap Lake General Hospital as well as Doctor Karina Theron for their tremendous care for beloved Tracey.
In lieu of flowers donations to the Turtle Valley Donkey Refuge Society would be appreciated.