Tracy Ann Stolpa, 45 of Winona, died Tuesday, July 2, 2019. A time of remembrance will be held at 6 p.m., Friday, July 12, 2019 with visitation from 4-6 p.m., at Hoff Celebration of Life Center, Goodview. Please leave a memory of Tracy and sign her online guestbook at www.hofffuneral.com. Hoff Celebration of Life Center is assisting the family.
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Tracy was a very special friend to many people here in wisconsin.And especially to my husband and me. we are very sad that we cant be there to share the love we have for her.God bless the Stolpa family.RIP my beautiful sister
My condolences and prays for Tracy’s Loved one’s.
Salute Tracy and my prays for you always, R.I.P.;-)=
When her country called Tracy Stolpa answered and entered the United States Army where she served honorably and well. The flag that covers her coffin is her flag. The red is made a little redder by her courage when she enlisted in the Army. The white is a little purer by the honor with which she served. The blue field and 50 stars represent our nation and American ideas for which she served. She was an American hero. Strength and Honor Tracy - Salute
I was Traci's shop foreman and later her Platoon SGT in Korea. Traci was a dedicated soldier each day she put on the uniform. One of my best soldier that I can always count on. You will be truly missed. RIP. Your friend always, Irvin Pope
In service to her nation and the American people
My heart aches to hear this terrible news. Tracy you were such a wonderful person with a big heart. I will truly miss you my dear friend.. love you Trac..
On Angels Wings, Until We Meet Again ♡ I will Truly miss your Smile ... It was so Sweet to reconnect, I just wished We had met up for Coffee ♡♡♡
This is still heartbreaking. Watch over your family and friends with that big heart you have. It's not goodbye because you will be with us every day. Your demons won't bother you again. Until we meet again Stolpa!
I loved working with Tracy at the 911 Center, always such a delightful and lovely person. She will be truly missed, I am sure, by everyone who knew her.
There aren’t enough words to describe what a beautiful person you were. You will be missed by so many people. I will cherish our visits to watch the Brewers, Badger Hockey team, last but not least the Chicago Blackhawks vs Dallas Stars in Chicago when you backed up your new car and hit a pole
Everyone that Tracy met, and everything she touched, was filled with her love and kindness. I will always cherish the laughs we had together. Rest in peace and love, my dear, sweet friend. My deepest condolences to her family and loved ones. You are all in my heart and prayers.
Tracy Stolpa was one of the best and I'm glad to have been able to call her my friend. She stood up for what was right, spoke her mind never afraid of what others would think. Tracy was strong, loving, opinionated. She loved her family and friends. I feel a great loss for her and for her beautiful family.
Love and Sympathy,
Tracy was a rookie dispatcher when I was a rookie officer. She was a wonderful person and an outstanding asset to officers when she sat behind the console. She was loved by every member of my patrol watch.
Tracy was a great person ... I served with her in the Army Reserves in Wabasha, she had a great sense of humor, a dedicated work ethic and an infectious smile, ... Although I haven't seen her in years, she will be missed ..... Rest in peace my friend !
Oh baby girl, why did you have to leave so soon? I know you are joining most of the family, but we needed you here yet! PLEASE, continue to watch over Lindsey,Donny and family. Family sanity, requires they stay with us for many more years! Give my love, to Paula, Sadey and Patti~ Fly High, and REST EASY~ UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN~PAIN FREE~LOVE YOU LIL CUZ!
I was friends with Tracy in elementary school before I moved away. We had just reconnected on Facebook after all these years. She was a friend I always remember because of her contagious smile and joy and kindness. I have a picture of us at about 10 years old! She sure was a tiny thing, and I will always remember what a good friend she was to me, and that beautiful smile!
I met Tracy back in the late 1990’s when we were both hired as 911 dispatchers. There were many that applied and only 4 of us made it through. We became a tight little group all have two things in common: we were all scared out of our minds, and hoping to be able to do the job. The 4 of us became good friends through training and hung out often. Over the years we have all went on to do other things, and lost touch. But thanks to Facebook, I was able to reconnect with Tracy and we just picked up where we left off. I know that she is in a better place, but she will be truly missed by myself as well as her Georgia 911 family. May her family find comfort in knowing that she touched so many lives with her kindness and giving nature.
Tracy, you will truly be missed.
Last year. I haven’t seen you in years but we just talked liked we seen each other yesterday.
Tracy was one of the kindest people I know. She was a great help to us when we were in Florida and she was looking out for our kid. Thank you Tracy I don’t think u ever knew how much that meant to me. RIP my dear.
I love you so so much my sweet sister. I KNOW our Matt was there to greet you!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️
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