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Q: What was Bill Tracy’s exact date of birth?
A: William Thomas Tracy was born on July 16, 1916.
Q: Where was Bill Tracy born?
A: Bill Tracy was born in Toledo, Ohio.
Q: Who were Bill Tracy's parents, and what line of work were they in?
A: Bill Tracy's father was Newton A. Tracy. He was born on August 9, 1888 in Toledo, Ohio and died on February 16, 1939 in Toledo, Ohio. Bill Tracy's mother was Juanita Tracy. Her maiden name was Hooper. She was born on July 10, 1889 in Trimble, Ohio and died on February 6, 1970 in Randolph, New York. Newton was a general practice lawyer and Juanita was a housewife.
Q: Did Bill Tracy have any brothers or sisters?
A: Bill Tracy had a sister and her name was Laurabelle Tracy. She was born on May 15, 1915 in Toledo, Ohio and died on March 25, 2006 in Florence, Oregon.
Q: Was Bill Tracy ever married?
A: Yes. Bill Tracy was married to a woman named Irene S. Tracy.
Q: Did Bill Tracy ever have children?
A: Bill Tracy has one daughter and her maiden name is Willow Tracy. She is alive and well.
Q: Where did Bill Tracy reside? What street, house?
A: Bill Tracy last lived at 543-A Wilson Drive, Cape May, NJ.
Q: What was Bill Tracy's exact date of death?
A: Bill Tracy died on August 22, 1974. He was 58 years old at the time of his passing.
Q: Where did Bill Tracy die?
A: Bill Tracy died in Burdette Tomlin Memorial Hospital, which is located in Cape May Court House, NJ.
Q: What was the cause of Bill Tracy’s death?
A: Bill Tracy died of complications associated with heart disease. Funeral arrangements were made by the John C. Sudak Funeral Home of Cape May. No funeral service or viewing was held, as Bill Tracy was cremated. His family requested that expressions of sympathy be donated to the Lower Township Rescue Squad in his memory.