Theresa “Tracie” Fields


Tracie Fields was truly a remarkable woman, whose accomplishments here on earth will never be forgotten. She was a woman who believed wholeheartedly in education and obtained her high school diploma at Marion Franklin High School in 1988. Tracie also obtained her bachelor’s degree in Human Resources from Devry University. Her quest for learning did not stop there, she obtained her master’s degree in Business Administration at Ohio Dominican University. Although she had reached graduate level in her education, Tracie Fields obtained Licensing in Health, Life, Property and Casualty Insurance where she spent time as an Independent Agent for United Health Insurance. Tracie Fields looked at education as a powerful tool for success in life and strongly encouraged it.

Tracie Fields was not afraid to take risks and she enjoyed life. She loved to travel and have fun, and took trips to exotic locations, such as Cancun and Jamaica. Her favorite animal was the dolphin, and you could see this in her home décor, as well as body art. Above all things Tracie had a passion for people and their well-being. Tracie would host an annual Women’s Brunch where women of all ages could come together to network, relax, and empower one another in the beauty of her home. Tracie provided the Whiting, Wings, and Waffles and the women left feeling Encouraged, Inspired, and Hopeful. Many new friendships have been formed from the annual brunch that will be life lasting. What was birthed from great fellowship became an annual tradition.

Tracie Fields deemed her relationships with her husband, family and friends, and God to be of the utmost importance. There was never a time that you did not see Tracie’s presence there to support any big event that friends, and family had going on in their lives. For every graduation, prom, or sporting event Tracie was there, and often the biggest cheerleader. As a faithful member of Faith Ministries Church, Tracie extended the grace of her gifting in the Children’s Ministry, and the Women’s Step team, along with other activities. Tracie was often seen as the glue that connected us all and she is a memorable force in all the lives that she touched. We love you Tracie Fields, and your mark on this earth will forever be remembered.

Tracie is preceded in death by her mother, Deanna Billingsly; grandparents, Alfred and Mirtle Willis, and Raymond and Mary Belle Burley.

She leaves to cherish her memory with her husband, Craig Fields; parents, Patricia Blawkins-Burley and Gary (Bobbie) Burley; children, Amanda Richardson, and Henry Richardson; grandchildren, Lawanda Adams, Cortez Norris Jr, Kylan Richardson, Kingsley Richardson, Hayden Richardson, and (Ra’Ziyah Smith); siblings, Juanita Simmons, Valencia Hawkins, Theodore Tucker, Donald Richardson, Tanya Willis, Erin Reid, and Amber (William) Munnerland; nieces and nephews, Aaron Billingsly, Ronnie Willis, Eric Reese, Erica Reese, Tasia Brooks, Shawn Patterson Jr, Kyrie Tucker, Kai Munnerland, Elijah Reid, Gaven Reid, Tanner Reid, Jace Reid; honorary nieces and nephews, Gerald, Brandy, and Breauna Mathis, Eriqa Womack, Taveon Morgan, Edmund David Jr., Kaili and Christy Lykes; also a host of other relatives and friends

Visitation 10:00am and Home Going Celebration 11:00am Saturday, August 18, 2018 at Faith Ministries, 2747 Agler Road.

Condolence Messages

  1. We can’t begin to imagine what you are feeling but please let us share our heartfelt condolences. Praying for comfort and strength for the family. May the God who gives peace be with you all. With love at this sad time.

  2. I am so VERY sorry for the loss of this Lady and am still struggling with it. Tracie touched us all. I pray that you find some peace and comfort in the beautiful memories of Tracie and knowing that she is resting in the Lord.

  3. Thank u for leave your hand print on my LIFE. That smile and laugh will be missed..Until we meet again Tracie u rest easy❤

  4. Dereck(boo) Richardson

    Rest in peace Tracy you will be missed. Heartfelt condolences from the Richardson family

  5. We laughed and joked about me being another Theresa “Tracey”, we taught and served with the Faith Followers Sunday School Class at Faith Ministries Church. Your positivity, quick wit and keep it realness will always be appreciated. I am thankful for the time we shared on this side, wear your wings and fly high Sis Tracie. Our prayers and sincere condolences to the family, keep your hands in God’s Hand, He will surely carry you through.
    Theresa “Tracey Boamah
    Eric Boamah & Bryson Boamah

  6. My Deepest condolences to my extended family. I met Tracie through my sister in law Maia. She was a very sweet person n caring person. No words can express the feelings right now n maybe they never will but know she is watching over the family now n is now n forever your families Guardian Angel. Love my extended family God bless you all & I pray God gives the family strength during this time.

  7. Sharon/Mark Williams

    To the Family of Tracie, may God give you comfort and peace during this difficult time. RIP Tracie we love you!

  8. My deepest sympathy to Tracie’s family. I worked with her at National Youth Advocate Program. She was full of life, a great worker, a talented Human Resources professional and always a joy to be around. May she rest in peace.

  9. May the family of Tracie find peace, in this time!!

  10. Norman and Nadine Baldwin

    I like most am deeply saddened by the passing of Tracie Fields. My deepest condolences to her entire family. No words can express my sorrow. May our God we serve bless you with peace and understanding of how to console the pain you feel.. My prayers are for you all .. God Bless you be strong in the Lord

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