Tracy Lee Miranda

1980 ∼ 2020

Tracy Lee Miranda

Tracy Lee Miranda, 39, passed on to begin her spiritual journey with her brother George Jones Jr. and all of her ancestors on October 23, 2020.  Tracy is survived by her mother Rosalie Miranda (Newcomb), Father James Miranda, Daughter Lyric Wallace, Son Marc Pena Jr., Sister Natasha Cash (Miranda),  brother in law Earl Cash III, and half sister Tanya Phillips (Paris), niece Kyara Cash, and nephew Julian Cash. In addition to her immediate family, she also is heavily mourned by a multitude of family and friends all around the cape who were deeply touched by her bright, loving spirit.

Tracy was a proud member of the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe but was most known for her gracious smile, vibrant energy, and for her selfless work in changing lives all across the cape through recovery. She ran five sober homes in the upper cape area; overseeing and guiding recovering addicts of whom she related because she herself had walked in their shoes. That is when she found her calling, she loved it, it is where her peace was finally found. There are so many stories and letters of gratitude for the way that Tracy has affected or changed the lives of so many of her peers, that was Tracy’s purpose here on Earth. There isn’t a single life in whom she met that wasn’t deeply touched by her loving spirit. She will be greatly, so deeply missed by her immediate family and beyond until our day comes and we’re joined together again.

Visiting hours will be from 11am to 1pm on Sunday, November 1st at the Old Indian Meeting House, 410 Meetinghouse Road, Mashpee,

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Sunday, November 1, 2020
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Old Indian Meeting House
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Tracy Lee Miranda

1980 ∼ 2020

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