Tracey Moser Wilde

Tracey Moser Wilde

Tracey passed away in her home on February 18, 2021 with family and her Budah boy by her side.  She was born in Salt Lake City, Utah on March 9, 1954 to Jerry and Ella Mae Moser. She grew up in South Salt Lake in a house that was small in space but full of love. As a middle child of 7, she had countless sibling stories and was the person who kept the family grounded.

Tracey graduated from Granite High School in 1971 and then married the love of her life, Sheldon Wilde, on July 21, 1972. She had a talent for numbers and worked as a controller, accountant, office manager, and executive assistant.  Her career took her to Volkswagen Intermountain, David Early Tires, Steve Regan Company, Master Control, and West American Finance. 

Tracey was a mother to any and all who knew her, always making sure to take care of everyone. She took great pride in being a fabulous host.  She loved gathering with friends and family.  If you knew Tracey, you knew the door was always open and the food was always hot.  She loved boating, Lake Powell, fishing, traveling and collecting pigs.

She leaves behind her husband Shel; three children, Eric Wilde (Kattie), Curtis Wilde (Danny), and Jamie Kallinger (Nick); 3 grandchildren, Genessee, Conor and Marcus; two sisters, Tammy and Toni; many nieces and nephews and countless people who became part of her found family. In honor of Tracey’s wishes, we will be holding a celebration of life at a later date, when it is safe to do so.

2 Comments
  • Brandon R Evershed
    Posted at 12:33h, 07 April Reply

    Tracey was a good friend of mine. She was like a mother and a friend and a confident. We worked together for about 4 years.
    I will always remember our great conversations and laughs. I love you Tracey!!

  • Mercedes Astorga
    Posted at 13:00h, 07 April Reply

    RIP Tracy, she was a wonderful, joyful,peaceful, happy women you could ever meet. When you would call Tracy she was happy to talk and listen to you. I’m very bless to meet a greet person like her. I known her for 10 plus yrs. Thank you Tracy for being a Great friend and a great friend to my mom (Virginia)

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