Tracy Pressey Chartrand

WATERVILLE – Tracy Pressey Chartrand went home to be with her Lord and Saviour on May 15, 2024, peacefully at home surrounded by her daughters. Tracy was born in Waterville on July 7, 1951, to Lynn and Pauline Pressey of Oakland.

Tracy grew up in Oakland and was a 1970 graduate of Messalonskee High School.

Tracy was predeceased by her mom and dad, Lynn and Pauline Pressey; paternal father Arnold Abbott; brother Ronald Pressey; grandson Troy Bowen; and great granddaughter Eevee Mae. She is survived by her daughter Lisa Pressey and husband Craig Lizzotte of Waterville, son Jeremy Chartrand of Massachusetts, daughter Amber Bigelow and husband Steve of Winslow and daughter Rebecca Adams of Winslow; brother Lynn Pressey and wife Phoebe of Wells, sister Karen Cayford and husband Vance of Benton, brother Jody Pressey and wife Charlene of Chelsea and brother Shawn Pressey of Waterville.

Tracy is also survived by her grandchildren KoraMae McDonald and husband Mitch, Jalynn Drown, Jeremy Chartrand, Lucas Pressey, Jacob Bigelow, Philip Bigelow, llana Lizzotte, Samuel Adams and Cadence Adams, of whom she immensely adored.

Tracy’s parents owned the Coffee Pot restaurant in Oakland and that’s where her love for cooking began. She cooked for most her adult life in different restaurants even owning her own, Tracy’s Family restaurant in Oakland, which was a life long dream. Tracy got into mental health field later on in her life which she thrived at.

Our mom was a woman with many talents, cooking, sewing, flower arrangements, but her most precious gift was they way she left an impact on every one she met! She surely showed forth the love of Christ, and made so many life long friends. Thanks for everything mom, love you more! A special thanks to Maine General Hospice care, and nurse Marsha.

A celebration of life will be held at a later date. Arrangements done by Dan and Scott’s, Skowhegan, Maine.

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