Tracy Lee Knowlton (Sign Guestbook)

Tracy Lee Knowlton, age 46, passed away at his home on June 28, 2019. Tracy was born August 12, 1972 in Pontiac, MI and was a resident in the Caxton, TN community for 20 years.

Tracy was a stucco/stone contractor that loved to design and build unique stonework. He traveled many states working, meeting people and seeing things. Aside from his own work he spent time helping his family raise bullmastiff dogs. Tracy was a hard-working man who loved the Lord, wife, son, family and dogs.

Tracy is survived by his wife Amy, their son Blade Lee whom he was very proud of. Parents Thomas and Blanca (Garcia) Knowlton. Brother Chris and his wife Judy Knowlton. Sister Melissa and her husband Matt Lesoski. Along with many aunts, uncles, cousins.

Those of us that knew Tracy will always remember his big smile, telling jokes and him helping others. He would tell us all that he has had one heck of a life, it is what it is.¬†Tracy’s words of wisdom: never let anyone dictate to you what you can get accomplished in a day. And you’ve got to stand for something, or you’ll fall for anything.

A celebration of life ceremony will be scheduled at a later time.

Gentry Griffey Funeral Chapel is honored to serve the Knowlton family and invites you to view and sign the online registry below.

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14 guestbook entries for “Tracy Lee Knowlton”:

  1. Brent Johnson says:

    The world is a sadder place without Tracy in it.

  2. Debbie Brown says:

    Our prayers are with you and Your Family

  3. Andrea Inman says:

    Tracy was always smiling and so nice everytime I went to Amy’s house. My thoughts and prayers are with Amy and Blade at this time.

  4. Sandy Bevill says:

    Amy and Blade, so sorry for your loss.
    You are in our prayers
    Kenny & Sandy Bevill

  5. Tina J Oney says:

    I am so sorry about this. I only met him once but he was a great guy. Amy and Blade we don’t always understand Gods plan but know you will see him again. I feel blessed to have known him and blessed to know you. If you need anything don’t hesitate to call on your friends even if it just to talk. My love to you and Blade and the rest of the family. Prayers are with you.

  6. Anne says:

    Tracy was a kind man who loved his family and dogs and was so welcoming to my family. Our deepest condolences go out to the family at their time of grieving.

  7. pastor Toby and Connie Tyler says:

    We send our love and prayers for you all. Tracy’s smile always illuminated when he was around us. What a sweetie and privilege to have known him. We celebrate him crossing the finish line and what joy and reward he has now… May the Lord fill the void in your hearts only Jesus can do at this time until we join him to worship around the throne.
    we love you all and so thankful for Jesus living in your lives….
    love Pastor Toby and Connie

  8. Valarie A Hudgins says:

    You are in my thoughts Amy. I hope you and Blade can find peace.

  9. Judy Knowlton says:

    We love you and Blade and are here for you if and when you need us. Tracy will be missed. He was a good man.

  10. Dee Starkey says:

    I got to know Tracy when he moved here years ago. He lived across the road from me with his brother. When he moved away I lost track of him but kept up with him thru his brother. I’m sorry I never met his wife and son but I know that he was a good father and husband. My prayers are with you both and with Chris too.

  11. Jennifer Dalmas says:

    Prayers for you all. I just can’t imagine what you are going through. He was one cousin that I remember from being little. It sounds like he grew up into a great man and I know he will be missed.

  12. Todd & Shari Holmberg says:

    Amy,
    We have been friends on Facebook for a few years now. I have been a long time Bullmastiff lover. Shari and I have wanted another for a while. I am not sure how I first came across your FB page. You have thousands of great puppy pics on your page. But lots of breeders have cute puppies. We didn’t want puppy mill pups. And your page was different. It was the adult dogs that we fell in love with. But it was more than just the dogs. It was dogs on the couch. It was Tracy and Blade in the pool with them. It was Tracy rolling in the grass with them in the back yard. Your dogs are a part of your family. The dogs were not ‘stock’ to Tracy. You could see the love he had for for these gentle giants. That’s what drew us to your family and eventually to find the pup we wanted. Amy, I can only assume that you were the one behind the camera so we didn’t see as much of you. But Tracy and Blade showed us something beautiful. Your family kept our attention. I am sorry we never got to meet Tracy face to face. And I realize we didn’t really ‘know’ him. But we did see something in him that kept us with you. For years we have not looked anywhere else. We knew our next pup would come from your family. Our hearts break for your loss. Please know your family, all or you, 2 and 4 legged, are in our prayers often. Not a days goes by that don’t pray for you many times. And we will continue to…

  13. Lea Satterfield says:

    Amy this was such a shock, and I know it was to you also. I am so sorry if there is anything I can do you know where I am. I love you and Blade and I loved Tracy also. May God help you and somehow fill the void of Tracy being gone home.

  14. larry lesh says:

    Amy and Blade, we are so very sorry for your loss. We are keeping you in our prayers and are very sad to hear of Tracy passing. Please reach out if there is anything we can do. Larry and Marti Lesh

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Facts

  • Birth: August 12, 1972
  • Death: June 28, 2019