In Memory of Tracy Johnson

Gathering of family and Friends

12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Saturday October 26, 2019
Ridgetop
US Highway 10
Prescott WI,

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Tracy Ann Johnson, age 54 of Ellsworth WI, died suddenly and unexpectedly on October 17, 2019 at her residence. Tracy was born June 12, 1965 in Red Wing MN to parents Lemar and Sandra (Janisch) Larson. Tracy attended school in Ellsworth, and graduated from Ellsworth High School with the Class of 1983. On March 12, 1999 Tracy was united in marriage to Michael Johnson. Their union in marriage brought together three sons, and over twenty years of love and devotion.

Tracy worked as an administrative assistant for over 18 years with the Ellsworth School District Food Service Program. Those who know Tracy know of her passion for coffee.… Tracy loved coffee! She was selfless and kind, and always kept a caring eye out for others. Known to many as “Mama Tracy” and lovingly labeled an “Extreme Caregiver,” she cherished friendships and treated all like family. Tracy was all about family, and had a special place in her heart for her dogs, Oscar and Charlie. She also enjoyed game shows and shopping. Her quick wit and sarcasm was a true gift for others to enjoy, and her passing leaves a void for all who knew and loved her.

Tracy is survived by her husband, Mike; her sons, Nick (Jill) and Nathan; step-son, Brett; siblings Toni (Chris), Chris (Teresa), Aaron (Mieko), and Travis (Katherine); dads, LeMar (Patty) and Butch; beloved dogs, Oscar and Charlie; in-laws from the Johnson family; as well as many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, other relatives and good friends. She was preceded in death by her mother, Sandra; and special cousins, Roxi and Brenda.

Tracy’s life will be celebrated with a Gathering of Family and Friends from 12:00-4:00pm on Saturday, October 26th at the Ridgetop, W10516 US Hwy 10 in rural Prescott. Services are entrusted to the O’Connell-Benedict Family Funeral Home of Ellsworth WI. 715-273-4421

Tracy's Tribute Wall

Tributes (6):

  • Hi.
    I have known Tracy for a very long time. She’s
    the sweetest, nicest and most friendliest
    person. She always made you laugh.
    She’s going to be missed so much.
    Love you Tracy

  • Toni and the rest of the Larson/Johnson family; I am so sorry for your loss. Tracy was one of a kind from the first time I met her in kindergarten and she became my friend. She will always be with you in your hearts. You will be in our thoughts and prayers. Hugs to all of you.

  • I’ve known Tracey for well over 25 years she was like family to us. She had a huge heart of gold and loved everyone ❤️❤️❤️ me deepest condolences go out to the family ???????? she was taken home too soon ???? YOU’LL BE DEEPLY MISSED ????????????????

    P.S. Tracey???? who’s going to wear that bikini now next summer at your brother’s place up North ????

  • My sincere sympathies to the Johnson, Larson and Matzek Families. I grew up with Tracy in Beldenville when I was in my early grade school years. I always looked up to her and idolized her. Then after we moved, I lost contact with her and never got to know her as an adult. All the wonderful tributes I read about her, makes me sad that I missed out on that part of her life. I wish I would have known her like everyone does now. God’s blessings to you all during this very difficult time.

  • Mike, I am so shocked and saddened hearing the news of Tracy. Please know your are in my thoughts and prayer. If I can do anything please reach out

  • Tracy was a wonderful classmate. Prayers to her family and close friends and to the class of 1983 as we lost another one of our mates who will be missed.