It is with great sadness that we announce the peaceful passing of Tracy Lynn Farnell on April 15, 2024, at the age of 49.

Tracy leaves behind her Mom, Janet Morton, her cherished partner, Wade McLean of 7 years.  As well as her 3 children, Kaelynn, Kolby and Kloey.  Tracy is predeceased by her daughter, Kourtenay.  She will be deeply missed by many family members and friends that had the privilege of knowing her.

Tracy was born and raised in Barrie, ON, she enjoyed camping at the trailer, bowling and soft ball.  Tracy loved to get together with her friends but most importantly, her biggest priority was caring for her children and making cherished memories with them.

A Celebration of Tracy’s Life will take place Sunday, July 21, 2024 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Ferndale Banquet Hall (24 Ferndale Industrial Dr, Barrie, ON).

A private cremation has taken place. Online memories and condolences may be shared at


6 Condolences
  • Don Lauzon
    Posted on: Tuesday, June 18, 2024 Reply

    My words and prayers are not enough cannot imagine the pain and heartache you’re feeling. I am praying for your peace and comfort

  • Shelly Lesperance-Farndon
    Posted on: Thursday, June 20, 2024 Reply

    So heartbreaking, love and hugs to all ❤️

  • Ryan Brown
    Posted on: Thursday, June 20, 2024 Reply

    Tracy you were such a gem, and a joy to be around. And you were great with our son Parker , almost like you had your own special bond with him when he was born. You were an angel on Earth, a true special human being. The world needs more people like you. You will never be forgotten . ❤️

  • Kirstin Tantalo
    Posted on: Friday, June 21, 2024 Reply

    I am truly sorry for your loss. I was never close to Tracey but she will be forever missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to all of Tracey’s family. 💜

  • Lisa Thompson
    Posted on: Saturday, June 22, 2024 Reply

    I met Tracy back in 1995 not long after moving to Canadsxand purchasing a vehicle from a family member. She adored my little girl and expressed how she wanted children so much. I gave her a gold binky to wear and I told her it had been given to me when my husband and I were trying for over a year. Once I wore that binky everyday, I got pregnant. I passed it on to her to wear, and she came to me and said it worked, it worked. She was over the moon as she was finally pregnant with her first, Kaeylynn. She was beaming. We worked together along time ago, and let’s just say there was never a dull moment. We bonded more over experiences only her and I could ever understand. I knew then she was my friend for life. She was beautiful on the outside, but her heart was just as beautiful. After Kaelynn she didnt stop. She loved being a Mom and her children were her life. She was brave, so brave and fought so hard no matter what life threw her way. I was exactly 10 years older than Tracy and yet she taught me so much. She fought so many battles with bravery, dignity and her courage was nothing less than admirable. She kept fighting throughout everything she was faced with when many would have given up. But not Tracy. And that was because of her love of her children, her partner Wade, and her family. My heart aches for each of them. There will never be another Tracy in my lifetime. Never. Her heart was made of gold and the world needs more people like her. It didnt matter what she was going through she was still there for myself, and so many, and I miss her immensley 💔 I regret not showing up for all the invites she extended to me, and for not spending more time with her. She was by far a mother of all mothers. A friend of all friends leaving a hole in the hearts of those who loved her. I know she is at peace now with her sweet Kourtnaey and they are both dancing in the sky with all the Angel’s. Rest peacefully my beautiful friend. ❤

  • Dianne Drodge Lockyer
    Posted on: Saturday, June 22, 2024 Reply

    To Janet , her 2 sons , Tracy’s children , Wayde , family and friends , please accept my sincerest condolences to you all on the passing of a beautiful angel on earth Tracy. I didn’t have the honour of meeting Tracy in person but I got to know her through her mom and social media. Both Tracy and I both have lost a child and we had many conversations about our precious child and the hurt and void it made us feel. Tracy loved a picture I had sent her one time of our first day in heaven and the mom was hugging her child , what a reunion it would be. Well Tracy has known that reunion now as she reunited with Kourtenay , I’m sure she was there with open arms to welcome her mom home . To the family I know it is so sad that Tracy had to leave at such an early age it’s heartbreaking, but may the precious memories that you all have of her remain in your hearts forever , she loved you all and was so proud of you . Thinking of you all and remember it’s not goodbye it’s until I see you again.

    Sending prayers and hugs from Dianne in Newfoundland.

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