Tracy Taylor Allen

September 29, 1970 - January 17, 2013

Our beloved Mother, Wife, Sister, Daughter and Friend, Tracy Anne Taylor Allen, returned to live with her Heavenly Father on January 17, 2013.

Tracy was born in Garden Grove California on September 29, 1970 born to J. Scott and Cheryl Neet Taylor, and lived her life to its fullest potential. She attended school in Southern California through High School Graduating from El Toro High School in Lake Forest California. She continued her education and graduated from BYU. Tracy was called to serve her mission in the Tucson Arizona Mission. Tracy married her best friend Jay D. Allen in the Salt Lake Temple on August 13, 1993. She was an active member in the LDS church serving in many callings and capacities.

Tracy loved many things in life; horseback riding, swimming, life guarding, cheerleading, church, her college experience, and having fun. There was never an opportunity or adventure she ever let pass her by. But most of all Tracy loved being with, and serving her family. She is survived by her 5 beautiful children Jayme 16, Bryan 13, Andrea 11, Reagan 3 and Carsanne 15 months, her loving husband Jay Allen son of Jed and Nancy Allen, her parents J. Scott and Cheryl Ann Taylor, her sister Samantha Taylor Watkins, a very large, extended, loving family, and a multitude of dear friends she loved so deeply.

A Funeral Service will be held at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, the Allen Stake Center Located at 1324 W. Exchange Parkway Allen, Texas on Monday, January 21, 2013 at 12:00 PM. Interment will follow at Ridgeview Memorial Park.

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Please accept my sincere sympathy on the recent loss of your dear loved one. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. May the God of comfort be with you in this time of sorrow. May these words bring you hope, "And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more, neither will mourning, nor outcry, nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away." (Revelation 21:4) This promise will be fulfilled one day, until then, may all your memories sustain you in the days to come. Lisa Lawrence, February 6, 2013 We knew Tracy when we lived in Maple Valley, Washington. I loved her happy & energetic personality. We have been gone for ten years but the memories came flooding back. We are truly sorry for your loss & pray for peace & comfort for your family through the coming years. Scott and Jenna Smith, January 21, 2013 Jay and Kids, I woke up this morning and heard the news of Tracy's passing. I am so very sorry for the loss of your wife and mom. You know better than anyone that Tracy is unlike any other with her infectious smile, great laughter and love for life. May the good Lord bless you with comfort and peace during this sacred time. Please let me know if there is anything I can do for any of you! Love, Heidi McLain (Neumann), January 21, 2013 My dear friend Jay & the rest of your family, My heart aches for you loss. I pray that this day you may be filled with love, peace & comfort from our Heavenly Father. I pray his loving arms will embrace you & lift you up. I pray you all be blessed with strength in the days a head. Tracy, I love you & always will my dear friend. You are a light to so many. You have always been a shining example of his love & the turest disciple of Christ. Your fun, out going, dedicated, contageous spirit will live in our hearts forever. Till we meet again my dear sister, friend & missionary companion. may you dance in the heavens as you prepare for your sweet heart & little ones to join you. LOVE ETERNALLY, Tracy Lynn Rogowski Pratt, January 21, 2013 Sending much love and sympathy to all of you. Tracy was one of my favorite moms I have had the opportunity to work with over the past 33 years. She inspired me to be a better mom and teacher. She had so much patience and understanding for everyone. I feel blessed that I had the opportunity to know her and all of you. I hope time will help heal your broken hearts. Much love to each of you. Cindy Brenna, January 20, 2013