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Letter: Remembering Tracey Pierce

JR Thompson writes:
It has been a very hard day for our ACHS family with the loss and passing of our registrar and precious friend, Tracey Pierce.

She was a testimony of the goodness of Jesus to those who trust in Him as their savior each and everyday. She made a deep impact on our school family and my life personally. I'm a better person because of Tracey.

I've wept today but smiled when I found a Facebook video of her singing to Jesus during a White's Ridge Church service recently. I imagine (today) she picked right up where she left off that Sunday as soon as she sees Jesus face-to-face.

Precious in the sight of the LORD is the death of his saints. - Psalm 116:15
Until we meet again, enjoy heaven!

This story was posted on 2022-01-11 18:33:13
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Tracey Pierce singing at White's Ridge Church

2022-01-11 - Photo from JR Thompson, member of her Adair school family.
Friend and coworker JR Thompson shared a video of Tracey Pierce on his Facebook page where she is singing at White's Ridge Church. He wrote she was a testimony of the goodness of Jesus to those who trust in Him as their savior. She made a deep impact on our school family and my life personally."

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