Tracy Freer

Tracy Freer, 47, of Dickinson, N.D. passed away Nov. 21, 2012 in Dickinson, N.D.

Posted 11/27/12

The Herald

Funeral service for Tracy was held Nov. 26, 2012 at St. John’s Lutheran Church, Dickinson with Pastor Cal Oraw officiating. Burial followed in St. Joseph’s Cemetery.

Tracy Freer was born Sept. 4, 1965 to Tom Freer and Betty Stevens in Richardton, N.D. He grew up in Hettinger, graduating from Hettinger High School in 1983. Tracy worked for Johnny Mertin’s Custom Combine out of Devil’s Lake, ND traveling throughout the midwest and west, stopping in California and Texas for a few years. He returned to Dickinson in 2000. In 2002, he purchased the Queen City Motel and operated it with his wife Roberta.

Tracy was very proud of all of his children and family, especially his grandson, Landyn. He was very happy to see the positive changes in his son Bryce’s life. He loved fishing and recently purchased a boat and cabin at Riverdale. Tracy was an avid sports fan and loved watching the Minnesota Vikings.

Tracy is survived by his wife, Roberta, Dickinson, N.D.; his mother, Betty Stevens and step-father Barry Stevens, Hettinger, N.D.; Brandon (Tiffany) Reisenauer of Mandan, N.D.; Josalynn (Rocky Kraft) Reisenauer of Dickinson, N.D.; Jerrica (Paul) Friedt of Dickinson, N.D. and Bryce (Emily Dukart) Reisenauer of Dickinson, N.D.; grandchildren, Landyn Scott, Rayne Ruth, Skylar Ray, Bently Thomas and one on the way, Channing Anthony; siblings, John (Nellie) Stevens of Dickinson, N.D.; Scott (Kris) Stevens of Billings, Mont.; Chad (Wendy) Barta of Fargo, N.D. ;Cristie (Andy) Peters of Dickinson, N.D.;Jerry (Carolyn) Freer of Dickinson, N.D.; Kipp (Angie) Stevens of Fargo, N.D. and Candace (Derrick “Bubba”) Smith of Dickinson, N.D.; and numerous nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his father, Tom Freer; father-in-law Ed Kubishta; and grandparents, Bobbie Kivimagi, Martin and Susanna Freer and John and Emelia Schwartz.

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Stevenson Funeral Home, Dickinson, N.D. was in charge of arrangements.


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