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Tracy Kennington (Hastings) VIEW PROFILE

After 15 years of fighting cancer, 31 years of marriage to me and flashing her beautiful smile countless times in countless places touching countless hearts, Tracy Kennington Hastings quietly slipped away overnight at the Bailey Family Hospice Center in St Augustine, the city of her birth. She was and still is loved by many and will be missed, especially by me. I love you Tracy

Glen Hastings 6/7/2020



Obituary for Tracy Kennington Hastings

Mrs. Tracy Kennington Hastings died peacefully on Saturday, June 6th at the Bailey Center in St. Augustine, Florida at the age of 61.

Tracy was born on January 14, 1959 in St. Augustine to Earla and Don Kennington. She graduated from Deland High School in 1977, and went on to pursue a career in executive administration. She married Glenn Hastings in 1989, and the two raised their family in Lakeland where she worked for Seminole Fertilizer Corp and Florida Tile, Inc. They relocated to St. Augustine in 1995 where she worked for the Tensolite Company until starting a second career in health and wellness. She opened a successful salon and day spa in Flagler Beach, The Sassy Myrtle, and then went on to share her talents at City Wellness of St Augustine. She recently retired with plans to relocate to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

She was originally treated for breast cancer in 2005 and suffered a recurrence in 2009. In August 2019 she was ultimately diagnosed with stage IV endometrial cancer. Tracy volunteered in the oncology department at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville following her 2009 diagnosis as an advocate for early testing and patient education.

Tracy leaves behind by her husband, Glenn Hastings, two daughters, Lindsey Norris and Rebecca Latham, three grandchildren, Waverly, Joshua and Alana, and her sister, Mardi Kennington Burleson. She is preceded in death by her parents.

Tracy's family is humbled by the overwhelming number of condolences, shared memories, love and gratitude for the way she touched people's lives with her love, laughter, and smile. In consideration of other's health during the Covid pandemic, following a private service, the family is planning a public celebration of Tracy’s life later this year tentatively scheduled for November 1, 2020 in St. Augustine, Florida as part of international Día de Muertos celebrations around the world. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Tracy’s memory to The Donna Foundation,!/TributeWall

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06/09/20 12:41 PM #1    

Colleen O'Reilly (Fellows)

This is heartbreaking news. Tracy has always been so kind and friendly at all of the Reunions I have been to. Future Reunions will not be the same without her and she will be sorely missed. 

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