Tracy Lynn Han

Tracy Lynn Han was born in Laramie Wyoming on May 5th, 1970. Tracy lived in both Laramie and Cheyenne until she was 15.

Tracy has lived in Texas where she joined the Army and found her love of nursing. She moved to California where she pursued getting her nursing license. While attaining her nursing degree she had her two amazing sons, Nate and Seth.

Wyoming has always been her home and she moved back to Laramie to regain her sense of self. She enjoyed her time working at Laramie Care Center and loved all her residence there and they loved her. After making a decision of moving on, Tracy started working for Spring Wind and she of course being the kind spirited soul she was, she loved working with all the residence there.

Tracy loved the kind of music she could dance to as well as enjoyed a good Rave every now and again. She loved all the amazing support she got from her wonderful Aunt Janet and Uncle Guy, our wonderful grandparents Mil and Marge, her Uncle Nick and Michelle, Tracy’s cousins Shawnn, Jerrod, Casey, Todd, and Matt. Her sister Shannon and nephews Trevor and Gavin and her close friends.

For those that would like to join Tracy’s family in celebrating her life a Celebration of Life will be from 2-4 p.m. Thursday, July 23, 2020 at the Black Kilt, 1622 Grand Avenue Suite E.

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Condolences (9)

  • Lori Denny

    Tracy was a kind and compassionate nurse to my mother at Spring Wind Memory Care. I am forever grateful for her care. I am saddened at the sudden loss. My condolences to Tracy's family and friends. May your rest be peaceful, Tracy.

  • Hanna Groathouse

    Tracy was a very loving, caring nurse and will be missed very much! I always enjoyed our conversations and her visits. I'm so sorry that we (the residents of Spring Wind) cannot celebrate her life with her family today! Tracy was certainly one of God's special gifts to us.

  • Raven Orr

    Tracy was one of the best nurses I have ever met. I love working with her and always love exchanging jokes as we passed each other at the time clock. I know the residents miss her dearly, as do I. Many loves and hugs sent out to her family, friends, and fellow coworkers. Raven

  • Mysty Stricklin

    Loved it when I was her aid at Laramie Care. Great lady!

  • Shell Salas

    Tracy was defined one of the finest nurses I’ve ever worked with. She was kind and creative as well as fun and selfless. Tracy wasn’t just a regular friend she was one of our soul sisters. You will be remembered and missed by so many that love you tracy. Thank you for making such a huge mark in our lives. We love you, Your spring wing soul sister Shell

  • Chantelle

    Tracy was an absolute sweetheart, always trying to help anyone she could. I will miss her greatly. My thoughts go out to her family.

  • Patti Sanchez

    I’m so saddened by this. Thank you for all the kindness you gave those in Spring Wind. You will be greatly missed. My condolences to all your family and friends . RIP Nurse Tracy Patti Hulett Sanchez

  • Shandie

    Tracy was absolutely a wonderful soul. I loved working with her. She was a great friend and always willing to help. The residents loved her, we all did. It doesn't seem real that you are gone. I just saw you jamming out walking to work. Rest in paradise Miss Tracy. You will be missed so much.


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