Riemer, Tracy L.
Tracy was born on September 29, 1973 in Eau Claire, a daughter to the late Jay and Nancy (Manny) DeGodt. She grew up in Waupaca and graduated from Waupaca High School. She attended Lakeland College. While at Lakeland she met her husband, Robert Riemer and they were married on September 16, 1995 at St. Paul U.C.C. in the Town of Rhine. Tracy had an energetic and vibrant personality, always being there to help others and provide laughter when needed. Her hobby of wood burning took her and her projects to various craft fairs throughout the state. She enjoyed fishing and snowmobiling, especially when time was spent in the Hayward area. Tracy owned and operated Blue Jay Trucking, had worked for Schneider Trucking, Masters Gallery and was an aide at Rocky Knoll Health Care Facility.
Tracy is survived by her husband, Robert; her brothers, Jason (Wendy) DeGodt and Jesse DeGodt, both of Waupaca; a sister-in-law, Linda Miller of Elkhart Lake; her nieces and nephews: Amanda DeGodt, Matea DeGodt Jason DeGodt Jr, Joy Luna and Nelzon Luna; her special mom, Marjorie (Wayne) Kaiser of Glenbeulah; special sisters, Wendy Kaiser of New Holstein and Jenny (Jerrod) Konen of Kiel; her special brother, Joseph (Katie) Kaiser of Kiel; her special uncles and aunts, Bill and Pam Pomerenke of Waupaca and Dennis and Maxine DeGodt of Weirsdale, Fl. She is further survived by three godchildren, other relatives and many special friends. Tracy was preceded in death by her parents, maternal grandparents, paternal grandparents and father-in-law and mother-in-law, Vernon and Delores Riemer.
A funeral service for Tracy will be held 7 p.m., Friday, January 5, 2018 at Wittkopp Funeral and Cremation Service with Rev. David Blas officiating. Family and friends may gather at the funeral home, 123 South Street, Plymouth on Friday from 3 p.m. until the time of service at 7 p.m.
Robert and his family would like to especially thank Melissa, Jason and Scott for their assistance and compassion when needed.
Memorials in Tracy’s name are preferred.
Online condolences may be expressed at www.witthoppfcs.com