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Frederick J. “Fred” Tracy

   Frederick J. “Fred” Tracy, 61, of Tewksbury, died Saturday, January 27th at his residence.

   Born in Lowell, Massachusetts, August 29, 1956, the son of the late Frederick J. and the late Annette L. (Tremblay) Tracy, he received his education in the Lowell school system.

   Over the years Fred worked in a variety of part time jobs, most recently at the Groton Market in Groton, MA.

   Among his many interests, he enjoyed baseball, wrestling and bowling. He especially enjoyed watching the Red Sox, the Patriots, the Bruins and the WWE.

   Fred is survived by a sister Anne L. David and her husband John C. of New Port Richey, FL;  and five nieces.

   He was also brother of the late Arlene R. Barsamian.

   Friends may call at the O'DONNELL FUNERAL HOME 276 PAWTUCKET ST. at Fletcher from 5 to 8 P.M. on Thursday. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his Funeral Mass to be celebrated on Friday morning at ST. WILLIAM CHURCH in Tewksbury at 10:30 o'clock. Burial to follow in St. Patrick Cemetery in Lowell. E-condolences/directions at Those wishing may make contributions in his memory to the National Down Syndrome Society, 8 E 41st St, 8th Floor, New York, NY 10017. Arrangements by Funeral Director James F. O'Donnell, Jr. (978) 458-8768. 

Condolences (3)
    I will miss you so much. You never failed to bring a smile to my face. Thank you for your unconditional love and acceptance of me. I was thankful to be your "hot chick". You were truly one of a kind. Love,Smokey
  • Paul Palmer, Big Joe, Ian, and  - Our Best Friend
    We are so missing you pal! The community of Groton has lost a very special friend, whose spirit had such a big impact on my life, that of my sons, my employees and the customers of the Groton Exchange. Never afraid of just being you, we were touched by your smile, laughter, and a multitude of character moments while at the store. Sharing our common interests in sports, politics, beer, seafood, women, news, religion, music and just being buddies! Nobody looked better in a sports uniform than you Fred. These memories shared have forever been etched in our minds. Your love for the Red Sox, Patriots, daily trips to the Exchange, visits to my house, and our walks through Groton with the dogs. Yes even those nights out with the guys. I will forever re-tell those experiences, the show we always seemed to create while enjoying great moments. I will return to those magical places we both enjoyed like Ixtapas, Surf Restaurant, Outback, Gibbet Hill, Ninety Nine and too many others to mention. For these places will bring great comfort just knowing your spirit rides with me again! Love and respect Freddie...
  • Bill Goodwin  - A Good Friend
    You were only in my life a short while but you touched my life in so many ways. Not many times in your life when you meet someone that can do that. Gonna miss that sense of humor, your smile, and your moonwalking my friend. Love ya bud. Missing you already.
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