In Memory

LaMar Tracy

LaMar Tracy

LaMar Tracy, 44, of Layton died Monday, March 30, 1987, of causes pending a medical examiners report.

He was born Dec. 17, 1942, in Tremonton, a son of Anthon Orin and Verna Helen Larsen Tracy.

He lived in Park Valley, Tremonton, Garland, Yanktown, S.D.; Provo, Salt Lake City, Ogden, Brigham City, and Layton. He was educated in Park Valley and Tremonton. He graduated from Weber State College as a registered nurse, from Sacred Heart Hospital in South Dakota in anesthesiology. He also attended Utah State University and Brigham Young University.

He was a genealogist, compiling records for cemeteries in Western Box Elder County. He worked at many hospitals in the State of Utah as an emergency room nurse and as a nurse anesthetist. He worked at McKay-Dee Hospital, Bear River Valley Hospital in Tremonton, Utah Valley Hospital in Provo, Brigham City Community Hospital in Brigham City, and at the time of his death was employed at St. Benedict's Hospital in Ogden.

He was a member of the LDS Church, having served a mission to Milan, Italy, and the Northwest U.S. Missions.

He had served as a medic in the Utah National Guard in Garland.

Surviving are his mother of Garland: a grandmother, Irene Hall, Brigham City; four brothers and two sisters, K. Ross Tracy, Malad, Idaho; Lowell Tracy, Layton. Michael Allen Tracy, Plymouth; Brent Tracy, Logan; RaNae Tracy, Garland; Mrs. David (Vickie Ann) Moore, Malad, Idaho.

He was preceded in death by his father and two sisters.

Services were conducted Friday in the Garland Ward Chapel with Bishop Brent A. Kirkland officiating