Calling Hours:
Friday, September 14, 2018, 4:00-7:00pm
Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation
Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville, PA

Funeral Service:
Saturday, September 15, 2018, 11:00am
Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation
Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville, PA
Rev. Adan Stump, officiating
Pastor of Clarks Mills United Methodist Church

Burial will be in Shenango Valley Cemetery

Tracey Mae (Leonard) Stoyer, age 57, of Sherrard Ave., Greenville passed away unexpectedly Tuesday afternoon, September 11, 2018 at UPMC Presbyterian in Pittsburgh.

She was born in Greenville on October 18, 1960 to Harry and Martha (Crowley) Leonard. She was a 1978 graduate of Greenville High School and was a child care worker, most recently, at Jubilee Preschool, Clarks Mills. Tracey enjoyed ALL "her children” and was an advocate for animal rescue. She derived her strength from her walk with the Lord.

She is survived by her daughter; Mary Ellen Elizabeth of Pittsburgh, her son; David Clayton of Greenville, "her Jeffrey" (Stoyer) of Greenville, two sisters; Sherry Brenner and her husband Keith and family of Wilson, NC, Jacque Hayes and her husband Ron of
Okeechobee, FL. She was preceded in death by her parents.



  1. Patty Aubel Diethorn Patty Aubel Diethorn
    September 13, 2018    

    Our deepest sympathy to Tracey’s children ,family and friends. Tracey was a beautiful human being .

  2. Shelby Snyder Shelby Snyder
    September 13, 2018    

    I’m so deeply sorry for your loss. Tracey was a beautiful soul with a heart of gold. She cared for so many children and I always thought of her as our Baby Whisperer at Jubilee. She had such a calm demeanor and true love for caring for children. Tracey adored her family and friends. She was one of the kindest people I’ve known and she has gained her beautiful angel wings. She will be so very missed here on Earth.

  3. Kelly Bielata and Family Kelly Bielata and Family
    September 13, 2018    

    We (The Bielatas) are so very heartbroken for your loss. The memories we have of this kind, sweet spirited soul are countless. LOVE was something that this woman shared with every child of God. I have a story that I often shared with Tracey and I’d like to share it with you….this is how she came to be such an important part of our lives………Back in 2003 I was a very new Mom. My newborn son and I had just spent 10 magical weeks together at home. Just he and I. It was going to be tough for me to give him up to a bunch of strangers at a day care I knew nothing about. My husband was the Director at the Rec Center and Kids Korner was the only sensible option for Day Care. I knew very little about the Day Care and even less about the staff. Finally the day I dreaded came – maternity leave was up and I needed to return to work. How in the world was I going to leave my precious new baby in a strange place with all these strange people! I showed up early that morning with all his bottles and favorite toys and a list as long as my arm of directions of what to do with my baby. Time was ticking and I had to go, I couldn’t be late to work on my first day back. I sadly handed him over to Miss Tracey. I was sobbing. Tracey, in her angelic voice, told me “It will be OK Mom, we are going to be fine”. I kissed him and turned and walked out the door. I was almost to the parking lot and I “forgot” to tell her something so I turned around and ran back into the room. That’s where I saw this beautiful stranger rocking my new baby and sweetly kissing his little head. It was at that moment that I knew he was just where he was supposed to be and was with exactly who he needed to be with. Sure I cried the whole way to work and most of that week, but after that day, I never once worried about my babies. I knew they were always being given the very best of care when I couldn’t be with them. She saw every one of their “firsts” before I did. She, and the rest of the Kids Korner staff will always be credited for making my children the people they are today. She was their Angel Mom and thank you so much for sharing her! We will miss her more than you can imagine.

  4. Paula Gearhart Paula Gearhart
    September 14, 2018    

    So sorry for you loss. Tracey was a special person for taking care of children.

  5. Rosemary Chess Rosemary Chess
    September 14, 2018    

    I will truly miss her smile and the caring and love she extended to everyone with whom she came into contact at Jubilee. My condolences to all who love her.

  6. Janet Lawrence Janet Lawrence
    September 14, 2018    

    Thinking of you Jacque, my sincere sympathy on the loss of your sister.

  7. Jill Padenich Jill Padenich
    September 17, 2018    

    We are very sadened. She was a kind and giving person. She was very good to my sons when she
    babysat for me . She will be missed in the neighborhood.

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