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Tracie Jan Naylor, age 37, of Apache Junction, Arizona, passed away peacefully on May 7, 2021, after a short and courageous battle with cancer.

Tracie was born November 3, 1983 in Charleston, West Virginia. She graduated from Mars High School in 2002. She was a member of the Mars High School chorus and track team. Tracie received a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Business and a minor in Spanish from Muskingum College in 2006 and was a member of the Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority.

Tracie began her career at Waste Management in 2007 as an Operations Specialist at the Ambridge, Pennsylvania location. In 2015 she transferred to the San Tan Valley Hauling site in Mesa. Where she was a senior dispatcher for the city of Chandler. She loved interacting with all the truck drivers and enjoyed the camaraderie of her fellow co-workers Kim and Will.

Her hobbies included traveling with her family which included many cruises to the Caribbean. During her short life, she actively participated in many mission trips with Glade Run Presbyterian Church in Pennsylvania. Tracie traveled to Mexico her junior in high school to help with the construction of an orphanage. Additionally, she participated in many trips to West Virginia where she worked with the West Virginia Ministry of Advocacy and Workcamps, Inc. (WVMAW) in the renovation of homes of people whose lives have been devastated by natural disasters or by the disaster of poverty in areas of West Virginia.

She is survived by her parents, Kevin and Pamela Sizemore Naylor, sister, Sara Beth Naylor, grandparents, Lloyd and Eula Elmore Naylor, Charles and Ilene Moore Sizemore, aunt, Priscilla Sizemore Steele (David), uncle, Gregory Sizemore (Cheryl), uncle, Kelly Naylor (Vicky), cousins, Ryan Steele, Michelle Steele (Joseph), Kathy Sizemore, Nicole Sizemore Carson, (Kevin), Emi Carson and Scott Sizemore. She is preceded in death by her great grandparents, Fred and Georgia Elmore and great aunt, Justine Paxton.

Tracie was a beautiful, loving, kind, considerate and friendly young woman. She will be greatly missed by her family, friends, and coworkers. She will live on forever in our hearts. A private service will be held at the Mount Moriah Cemetery in West Virginia.

A Celebration of Life will be held in early summer of 2021 with family and friends at the home of her parents in Gold Canyon, AZ.

In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to West Virginia Ministry of Advocacy and Workcamps, Inc. (WVMAW), P.O. Box 18200 Charleston, WV 25303. WVMAW.org.

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14 responses to “Tracie Jan Naylor”

  1. Kimberly Belarde says:

    My deepest condolences to her family and friends. I will miss her dearly and so thankful for our time together at WM laughing, singing and sometimes venting. We always talked about going a girl cruise. Well someday we will and won’t have to worry about who’ll cover dispatch while we’re gone. Love you muchos Tracie! RIP angel in orange.

  2. Scott schweickert says:

    Tracie I will truly miss you to your family my heart is with you all I have so many find memories of Tracie her memory will stay with me for the rest of my life

  3. Rebecca Cala says:

    Your beautiful smile will be greatly missed. Rest In Peace Trace.

  4. Renita Moschitta says:

    Kevin, Pam and Sara,
    There are no words to describe the heartache I feel for you and your family with this unimaginable loss in your lives. I didn’t have the privilege of knowing Tracie but I can tell from reading the obituary what an amazing young women she was and how much she accomplished and gave of herself in such a short amount of time. It’s a testament to the parents you were and are and how much she was surrounded by so many that loved and adored her. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
    With deepest sympathy,
    Renita

  5. Tony J Luciano says:

    I always check on you at the end of the day for progress reports with Kim on your recovery. I am shocked and saddened that you have left this world suddenly. Eversince I met you, I recognized the strong, fun, kind , loving, patient and humble person you are. Always getting it together when the day was tough at the dispatch center.
    I will definitely miss you, your kind loving face and smile. I know you are at a better place now.
    God be with you till we meet again.

  6. Linda Niblett says:

    I was stunned to hear of your passing from Kim..I will always remember our jokes about the work and appreciate all the support you gave me in the field. Fly high Angel!

  7. Angela Kelly says:

    Dear Pam, Kevin and Sara,
    I am so very sorry to hear of your loss of your beautiful and amazing daughter/sister Tracie. What a giving young woman she was in her ministry to others and those around her! My heartfelt sympathy and prayers for all of you, Angela Kelly

  8. Renee Ingel says:

    Sincere sadness and sympathy for your family.
    Rest in Peace Tracie.

  9. Becky Hightman says:

    Im so sorry for your loss. Tracie was such a kind hearted person. I roomed with her for the Lularoe convention in 2018 and we had so much fun then on to Paparazzi where I could help with her Jewelry fix. It was the start of a great friendship. I am glad I was able to have a friendship with her.

  10. Judy Kamel Magill says:

    Dear Kevin, Pam and Sarah, I am deeply saddened by your loss. I am Teya’s mother, and did know Tracie or you Pam, but she kept me informed of your journey. My prayers are with your entire family as you process your tremendous grief. She will watch over you until you meet again. Love, Peace, and Blessings,
    Judy Kamel Magill

  11. Cindie Nicola, Carlow University says:

    Pam and family: My heart goes out to all of you on the loss of beautiful Tracie. What an angel she was! May God hold you close as you continue without her.

  12. Melissa Douds says:

    My deepest sympathies to the whole famliy. You are in my prayers and thoughts

  13. Christine Tomazich says:

    So very sorry for your loss. Tracie was such an amazing person. I had the privilege of working with her at WM in Moon and Ambridge. She will be missed. My thoughts and prayers for your family.

  14. Deb Deaner says:

    Dear Kevin, Pam and Sara,
    My heart goes out to you, as I know the pain of losing a precious child. Keeping you in my thoughts, prayers and in my heart.
    May God Bless,
    Deb Deaner

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Tracie Jan Naylor


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Tracie Jan Naylor, age 37, of Apache Junction, Arizona, passed away peacefully on May 7, 2021, after a short and courageous battle with cancer.

Tracie was born November 3, 1983 in Charleston, West Virginia. She graduated from Mars High School in 2002. She was a member of the Mars High School chorus and track team. Tracie received a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Business and a minor in Spanish from Muskingum College in 2006 and was a member of the Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority.

Tracie began her career at Waste Management in 2007 as an Operations Specialist at the Ambridge, Pennsylvania location. In 2015 she transferred to the San Tan Valley Hauling site in Mesa. Where she was a senior dispatcher for the city of Chandler. She loved interacting with all the truck drivers and enjoyed the camaraderie of her fellow co-workers Kim and Will.

Her hobbies included traveling with her family which included many cruises to the Caribbean. During her short life, she actively participated in many mission trips with Glade Run Presbyterian Church in Pennsylvania. Tracie traveled to Mexico her junior in high school to help with the construction of an orphanage. Additionally, she participated in many trips to West Virginia where she worked with the West Virginia Ministry of Advocacy and Workcamps, Inc. (WVMAW) in the renovation of homes of people whose lives have been devastated by natural disasters or by the disaster of poverty in areas of West Virginia.

She is survived by her parents, Kevin and Pamela Sizemore Naylor, sister, Sara Beth Naylor, grandparents, Lloyd and Eula Elmore Naylor, Charles and Ilene Moore Sizemore, aunt, Priscilla Sizemore Steele (David), uncle, Gregory Sizemore (Cheryl), uncle, Kelly Naylor (Vicky), cousins, Ryan Steele, Michelle Steele (Joseph), Kathy Sizemore, Nicole Sizemore Carson, (Kevin), Emi Carson and Scott Sizemore. She is preceded in death by her great grandparents, Fred and Georgia Elmore and great aunt, Justine Paxton.

Tracie was a beautiful, loving, kind, considerate and friendly young woman. She will be greatly missed by her family, friends, and coworkers. She will live on forever in our hearts. A private service will be held at the Mount Moriah Cemetery in West Virginia.

A Celebration of Life will be held in early summer of 2021 with family and friends at the home of her parents in Gold Canyon, AZ.

In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to West Virginia Ministry of Advocacy and Workcamps, Inc. (WVMAW), P.O. Box 18200 Charleston, WV 25303. WVMAW.org.

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14 responses to “Tracie Jan Naylor”

  1. Kimberly Belarde says:

    My deepest condolences to her family and friends. I will miss her dearly and so thankful for our time together at WM laughing, singing and sometimes venting. We always talked about going a girl cruise. Well someday we will and won’t have to worry about who’ll cover dispatch while we’re gone. Love you muchos Tracie! RIP angel in orange.

  2. Scott schweickert says:

    Tracie I will truly miss you to your family my heart is with you all I have so many find memories of Tracie her memory will stay with me for the rest of my life

  3. Rebecca Cala says:

    Your beautiful smile will be greatly missed. Rest In Peace Trace.

  4. Renita Moschitta says:

    Kevin, Pam and Sara,
    There are no words to describe the heartache I feel for you and your family with this unimaginable loss in your lives. I didn’t have the privilege of knowing Tracie but I can tell from reading the obituary what an amazing young women she was and how much she accomplished and gave of herself in such a short amount of time. It’s a testament to the parents you were and are and how much she was surrounded by so many that loved and adored her. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
    With deepest sympathy,
    Renita

  5. Tony J Luciano says:

    I always check on you at the end of the day for progress reports with Kim on your recovery. I am shocked and saddened that you have left this world suddenly. Eversince I met you, I recognized the strong, fun, kind , loving, patient and humble person you are. Always getting it together when the day was tough at the dispatch center.
    I will definitely miss you, your kind loving face and smile. I know you are at a better place now.
    God be with you till we meet again.

  6. Linda Niblett says:

    I was stunned to hear of your passing from Kim..I will always remember our jokes about the work and appreciate all the support you gave me in the field. Fly high Angel!

  7. Angela Kelly says:

    Dear Pam, Kevin and Sara,
    I am so very sorry to hear of your loss of your beautiful and amazing daughter/sister Tracie. What a giving young woman she was in her ministry to others and those around her! My heartfelt sympathy and prayers for all of you, Angela Kelly

  8. Renee Ingel says:

    Sincere sadness and sympathy for your family.
    Rest in Peace Tracie.

  9. Becky Hightman says:

    Im so sorry for your loss. Tracie was such a kind hearted person. I roomed with her for the Lularoe convention in 2018 and we had so much fun then on to Paparazzi where I could help with her Jewelry fix. It was the start of a great friendship. I am glad I was able to have a friendship with her.

  10. Judy Kamel Magill says:

    Dear Kevin, Pam and Sarah, I am deeply saddened by your loss. I am Teya’s mother, and did know Tracie or you Pam, but she kept me informed of your journey. My prayers are with your entire family as you process your tremendous grief. She will watch over you until you meet again. Love, Peace, and Blessings,
    Judy Kamel Magill

  11. Cindie Nicola, Carlow University says:

    Pam and family: My heart goes out to all of you on the loss of beautiful Tracie. What an angel she was! May God hold you close as you continue without her.

  12. Melissa Douds says:

    My deepest sympathies to the whole famliy. You are in my prayers and thoughts

  13. Christine Tomazich says:

    So very sorry for your loss. Tracie was such an amazing person. I had the privilege of working with her at WM in Moon and Ambridge. She will be missed. My thoughts and prayers for your family.

  14. Deb Deaner says:

    Dear Kevin, Pam and Sara,
    My heart goes out to you, as I know the pain of losing a precious child. Keeping you in my thoughts, prayers and in my heart.
    May God Bless,
    Deb Deaner

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