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Obituary for Tracy Lea Shubert
Tracy Lea Shubert, 58, passed away, Sunday May 1, 2022 in Kansas City, Missouri. She was born March 31, 1964 in Lincoln, Nebraska to Terry Bouska and Robin Evans.
Funeral services will be at 12:30 PM Saturday May 7, 2022 at Gashland Baptist Church with a visitation from 11-12:30PM.
Tracy was preceded in death by her father, Terry Bouska; mother, Robin Seaman; stepfather, Bernie Seaman; mother in law, Anne Shubert; and sister in law, Valerie Shubert. Survivor include her husband, Christopher Shubert; children, Robin (Shubert) Schneider and husband Joel, Sarah (Shubert) Ford and husband Isaiah, Rachael (Shubert) King, and husband Andy, Thomas Shubert, Billie (Savannah) Shubert, and fiancé Marvin Byas, IV, and Abigail Shubert; 4 grandchildren; Elijah Schneider, Eliora Schneider, Daisy Jo King, and Marvin Shubert-Byas, V; sisters, Dee Kirkpatrick, and Leslie Curtis; brothers in law, Geoffrey Shubert and wife Naomi, Kurt Shubert, Karl Shubert and wife Janina; nieces and nephews, Hadassah Shubert, Garrett Shubert, Hugo Shubert, Sean Shubert.
Tracy came into this life as a force to be reckoned with, and that was a trait that stayed with her throughout her entire life. Her mother spent many years despairing that Tracy would never settle down in life. If it wasn’t for the Great Outdoors and Tracy’s love of roaming, she may have driven her mom insane. Her mother later expressed joy and shock at the beautiful life that Tracy built for herself, but it’s widely believed that her mom knew it was going to be good.
When Tracy was 19, she moved to Colorado Springs, Colorado and got a job at the hospital at the Air Force Academy, where she met an adorable airman named Christopher Shubert, and the rest, as they say, is history. They spent 35 years and many, many adventures together.
To know Tracy was to love her. She poured her life into her children, her marriage, and her friends. She was known for adopting any and every one in an instant, instantly making them family to the fullest. Her faith in Jesus was her everything. She lived to serve, and made no exceptions about who was at the table. She was the embodiment of true love, strength, and hope. Her light is a gift that will shine on, even while she is physically gone. She has changed the shape of generations to come.
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