Tracy Kathleen Madsen Johansen

1/5/1966 ~ 10/11/2019

JohansenTracyTracy Johansen (Tracy Jo) our beloved Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Daughter, Sister and Friend to so many people went back to live with our heavenly father and reunite with family and friends on October 11, 2019. After a long year of fighting breast cancer she is finally free of her pain.
Tracy is survived by her husband Steve Johansen; Her children Jaclyn (Jeff) Lewis; Justin (Josee) Johansen; Her brother Marty (Katrina) Madsen; Her sister Christy Carlon (Kirk) Umphrey; Her mother Leslie Madsen and her father John “Jack” (Kathy) Madsen. Preceded in death by her brother Matt Madsen. .
Tracy was born January 5, 1966 to Jack and Leslie Madsen. Not too long after Tracy graduated from Manti High School she meet her true love Steve Johansen. Steve and Tracy married March 5, 1985. Later that year they welcomed their first child Jaclyn, four years later their son Justin was born. Her children are her pride and joy; she always made sure they came first.
Tracy has six beautiful grandchildren that mean everything to her. Tracy was on cloud nine when her first grandbaby Drake made his way into her life. Tracy loved taking her grandkids on all types of adventures weather it was camping, boating or just having them stay at her house as much as she could. Tracy was the most kind-hearted women and will be greatly missed by so many.
Celebration of life will be held Saturday October 19, 2019 at 11:00am in Mt Pleasant North Stake Center. Viewings will be held Friday October 18, 2019 from 6:00-8:00pm and Saturday from 9:00-10:30am prior to services both at the North Stake Center. Interment in the Mt Pleasant City Cemetery under the care of Rasmussen.
We ask in lieu of flowers you donate not only to breast cancer, to all cancers in anyway you can.

13 Responses to “Tracy Kathleen Madsen Johansen”

  1. Bobbe Monk says:

    Sincere condolences
    Tracy was a beautiful and kind soul

  2. Lisa Aguayo says:

    You were such a beautiful person inside and out.
    You will be truly missed. I feel so blessed to have known you since elementary god bless your family.

  3. Cathie Shepherd says:

    We are so sorry for your loss

  4. Valyn Jones says:

    We are so sorry to hear about Tracy’s passing. she was a genuinely kind and welcoming person. She will be missed.

  5. Colter Allen says:

    So sorry to hear about Tracey! She will be missed

  6. Sending my heartfelt condolences to Steve and family, may God give you strength and comfort you all during this difficult time. Tracy-Jo was one of my favorite Sanpete County Ladies, so much fun and such a beauty!

  7. Amanda Frutos says:

    So sorry for your loss.

  8. Katie Cosby says:

    Jaclyn, I am SO sorry for the loss of your sweet momma. She was such a spunky, sweet soul. I hope you can feel the love and sympathy being wrapped around you at this time. Love you lots friend, Katie Jo

  9. Kriss & John Bailey says:

    We are deeply sorry to hear of Tracey passing

  10. Paula B Jorgenson says:

    Tracy was so kind to me. We were at Walmart getting pictures made at the same time. I got sick(was going through chemo). She insisted on staying with me until I felt better. She would have taken me home. She showed me Christlike love. Wonderful woman. Send my deepest sympathies and prayers.

  11. Jennifer Beard says:

    My children and I send our love and condolences. We are deeply sorry for your loss.

    Sincerely,
    Jennifer & Family

  12. Brook Lynn Olsen says:

    We’ve lost a very special lady and she will be missed greatly. I will never forget my memories with her and the care she gave me when I needed it. Hugs to all the family and friends. I’m so sorry for the pain of loss.

  13. Leslie Montoya says:

    I was very sad to hear that Tracy has passed. So many childhood memories with her, Matt & Marty. I’ll never forget having to push the VW up the hill to get to school. I’m so very sorry. She leaves a large void in so many lives. Much love and my deepest sympathy.

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