Steven M. Tracy II WILLIAMSTOWN — Steven M. Tracy II, 14, of Williamstown, Vermont, passed away unexpectedly on Monday, May 18, 2020. Steven was born at CVMC on Dec. 18, 2005, to Steven and Brandi (Rogers) Tracy. He attended Williamstown Elementary School and then Williamstown Middle High School. Steven worked with his Dad at their granite polishing company, T&T Custom Polishing, in Barre, Vermont. Steven received his hunting license at age 8, his boating license at age 12, and was working on his ATV license at the time of his death. He won 11 trophies from tractor pulling, including ‘Rookie of the Year,’ ‘Second Place in Total Points’ and ‘Most Improved Puller’ during the 2019 pulling season. Steven enjoyed tractor pulling, fishing, ATV riding, duck hunting, kayaking, adventuring outdoors, being with friends, baking his ‘famous brownies,’ playing video games, playing with his four dogs, working out, riding around on back roads, making others laugh with his inappropriate and outlandish jokes, polishing granite and working on anything he could with his Dad, Uncle Dexter and brother-in-law. Steven had a beautiful heart and strove to make others happy at all times. He was energetic, selfless, fearless, empathetic and mature for his age. He was the life of the room wherever he went and got joy from making other people laugh. Steven could do anything he put his mind to and was excited to grow up and be out in the world. He had a goofy demeanor and the best sense of humor. In the words of his friend, Cody, anyone who met Steven, could tell his worth. He will be deeply missed by all who love him. Steven is survived by his parents, Steve and Brandi Tracy of Williamstown; his older sister and confidant, Kiley Tracy of Williamstown; his brother-in-law, Heydan Garbacik; his paternal grandmother, Shirley Hartson, and his maternal grandparents, James and Helen Russell, all of Chelsea, Vermont; many aunts, uncles, cousins; and his great-grandparents. He also left behind his Chocolate Lab, Charlie; numerous friends at school, including his best friends, Jordan and Thomas; and all of his friends in the tractor pulling community. Donations can be made in Steven’s memory to the Orange County Child Advocacy Center, 354 VT-110, Chelsea, VT 05038. There will be no calling hours. Arrangements are in the care of the Pruneau-Polli Funeral Home, 58 Summer St., Barre Vermont. Those wishing to send online condolences may do so at: www.pruneaupollifuneralhome.com.

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I am deeply saddened to hear this news. Such a tragedy for you akk to endure. Much love to you all.. Hang tough Steve and Brandi.


Brandi, Steven, Kiley and family sending our sincere love, hugs and prayers. Thinking of you 💗


Brandi, Steven, Kiley and family our sincere love, hugs and prayers are with you all 💗


From the Farnham family so sorry and will miss you at camp, and have no words,


I'm so sorry. My thoughts are with you.


Steve, Brandi, Kiley and family,

We are so very sorry to hear of your immense loss. All week we have heard stories of what a great kid Steven is. No words can ease your pain but know that you are in our hearts, thoughts and prayers.

May God give you strength in this difficult time,

Bobby-Jo & Ed Salls and family


Deepest condolences fron Cole Proof. I will miss you. Make the angels laugh bro

Alex Cadieux

Steven, i will forever miss you man. you are one of those people that everybody wants as a best friend, you would always make a bad day a good one. you always knew how to cheer someone up. and i have never met someone that has the drive to get up and work as much as you do. i will miss our times at lunch when our little friend group would just make jokes and laugh instead of eating. i love you steven, rest easy my friend.


Steven was part of my friend group that consisted of him (Steven Tracy) me, (Mya Ballou) Abby Paronto, Alex Cadieux, and Jordan Sanderson. We all sat at lunch together everyday and talked about the most random things. He was the light of the lunch room and he will continue to be. When we heard about the unexpected death it broke all of our hearts. We all loved Steven and were so excited to see him when social distancing was lifted. We will all miss his outgoing, funny, and caring soul. To many young ones taken so soon, I pray for his family and may he rest in peace.


So very sorry for the loss of Steven. He sounded like he was going places in this world and unfortunately his life was cut short. May he Rest In Peace.

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