In Memory

Tracy March

Tracy March

Mr. March, 31, died Sunday, October 24, 1993 of a gunshot wound.   He was born at Fort Huachuca, AZ., and was raised in Spokane.

He graduated from Mead High School in 1980 and then worked in the family owned business, C&M Dry Wall.  Mr. March later moved to the Pocatello, Idaho area, where he worked as a truck driver.  He returned to Spokane 1 1/2 years ago and had been working for Jenicke Dry Wall.

Survivors include his wife, Michelle March, at the home; a daughter, Krystal Nilson of Pocatello; his father and stepmother, Brian and Bonnie March of Liberty Lake;  his mother and stepfather, Carol and Ron Moen of Coeur d'Alene; a sister Dana Morphy of Spokane; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Memorials may be made to the Spokane Neighborhood Action Program Homeless Office, W. 1021 First, Spokane, 99204, or to the Shriner's Hospital for Crippled Children.


The Chronicle, Wed. Oct 27, 1993

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09/26/09 06:02 PM #1    

Angela Gratto ((Ross) Higgs)

I had Tracy in my 1st grade class. I had the biggest crush on him. I can't remember what grade I wrote all over my notebook 'I love Tracy March". The hilarious thing is for some reason that notebook was in one of my memory boxes which I was rummaging through on a visit home. I laughed at my innocent crush so long ago. I remember getting a skinned knee when we were playing during recess and he started chasing me. I still have a faded scar on my knee. I cried and asked my mom why boys were so mean. She smiled and said they don't know how to tell you they like you. I looked at her like she was crazy. I don't think I really understood that until I told one of my daughters the same thing. Tracy I think of you fondly every once in a while when looking back on my childhood. May you be in a peaceful, blessed place

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