Tracy Alan Routh

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Tracy Alan Routh

Longtime Woodinville resident Tracy Routh, passed away June 11th at the age of 55, surrounded by his loved ones.

Tracy was born in Seattle to Edward and Ruth (Barnard) Routh in 1963. He graduated Bothell High in 1981 and has called Woodinville home for the last 41 years.

He was a loving husband to his wife Inga of 33 years, son to Ed and Ruth, brother to Dave (Tilly) and Doug (Natalie), uncle to Annabelle and step uncle to Alex, Tyler, Alexandria and Tristan. He is also survived by his father in law, sister in law, nephews, nieces, cousins, aunts and uncles. He was a friend to many.

He recently was preceded in death by his father Ed, March 1 2016 and by his sister in law Siglindie (Angel) Fisher, April 30 2018.

In lieu of flowers and gifts, the family asks to make a tribute donation in Tracy’s memory to the for research toward cures for spinal cord injuries.

A memorial and celebration of Tracy’s life will be held Saturday July 14th at 2 pm with tribute and eulogy at 5pm. Please arrive in casual style, as Tracy would have wanted, at their Tolt Highlands property in Carnation.

Please email for details and directions for the memorial.











3 Responses to “Tracy Alan Routh”

  • Jodie Warren says:

    Tracy you keep on Rockin it in heaven , I will miss you’re laughter, love, and caring for all us guys. You will be missed. You we’re a great friend of mine, not to mention the coolest guy at Bothell High School! I already miss ya, I’m glad Natalie Doyon and I got to see and talk to you,and get advice from you before you went on. Thank you Inga for giving us the call. It meant alot to me and Nat to see and talk to him one last time. He will always be in our heart’s. I will come down for the memorial. RIP MY FRIEND

  • Brett B says:

    Tracy you were a great guy. You seemed to always keep a positive outlook on the challenges you had on a daily basis. Every time I saw you, you had something new to share. You were regularly upbeat and had a smile on your face. You were a great cousin to have. You will be greatly missed.

    JJ & I will continue to pray for you Inga for strength to endure this trial (Mathew 11:28-30/John 14:6).

  • Jan Strode says:

    There are no goodbyes.
    You will always be in my heart,
    Until we meet again.

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