Elizabeth Morgan Obituary, Death – Tracey Maddin, a longtime friend of Highway 11 Cruisers as well as a supporter of the club, died away unexpectedly on May 12th, and we would like to express our profound regret at having to inform everyone about her death. Tracey was a supporter of the group. Tracey was a stalwart backer of the club throughout her time there. Since she first became aware of the organization, she has been a steadfast supporter of the cause. She worked as a volunteer with the other people who were also a part of the organization that she belonged to.
Tracey was an ardent follower and supporter of our campaign, and she never wavered in her stance of solidarity with us. They will never be able to get over the loss of their mother and wife; her husband Bryan, the couple’s daughters Stephanie and Shayna, and her grandchildren will never be able to move on from the tragedy. Her husband Bryan will never be able to get over the death of his wife. The mother and her wife were well into their second half of their marriage. It has been determined that not only her, but also her husband, Bryan, will not be present at the event.
The family has asked for us to do a Drive By in her honor on Tuesday afternoon at the Becker Funeral Home in Keswick, and they are keeping their fingers crossed in the hopes that we will be able to comply with their request. In the meanwhile, the family is keeping their fingers crossed. On Tuesday afternoon, we will pay tribute to her by doing a Drive By. The Becker Funeral Home in Keswick has kindly agreed to host the get-together portion of the Drive By that we are organizing. Please let us know in the comment box below whether or not you are willing to discuss the meeting and the contents of it, and we will get back to you as soon as we are able to do so. If you are able to discuss the meeting and the specifics of it.