Tracy Dewayne Adair, a loving and kind-hearted individual, departed from this world on November 28, 2023. He was born on February 7, 1972, and throughout his life, he touched the hearts of those around him with his genuine sweetness and caring nature. Tracy grew up in Rocky Mountain, and later attended Sequoyah High School.
Tracy had a passion for culinary arts and shared countless stories of his time at culinary art school in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. He took great pride in his work as a General Manager and Senior Chef and cherished the connections he made throughout his career. Tracy was a very loving, kind, strong willed, and humbled man who would do anything he could for someone if they asked him. He never met a stranger. Tracy found joy in the simplicity of life, appreciating the little things that brought happiness to others.
When Tracy wasn't perfecting his culinary skills or spreading kindness to those he encountered, he indulged in his love for football. He loved watching OU football, along with Notre Dame, Raiders, and Steelers. Tracy also cherished memories of playing football for Sequoyah High School and held deep bonds with his fellow teammates.
Beyond his passions, Tracy always had a special place in his heart for his family. He would often speak fondly of his granny, mother Lizzie Lee, and all his beloved brothers and sisters.
Tracy is preceded by his grandparents Sam Adair and Marie Flynn, uncle Russell Nofire and aunt Lucy Adair.
Tracy is survived by his mother Lizzie Lee; his love Thomasenia Johnson; and his daughters Desirae and Cindy, sister Tonya Sapp and her husband Matt; sister Kimberly Roberts; brothers Christopher and Dewayne Roberts; aunt Mary Sanchez and her husband Crispin and their children; aunt Carmella Nofire and her children; uncle Michael Adair; uncle Ned Flynn and his children; uncle Jerry Adair and wife Patti; nephews Darren Vann, Brandon Davis, Jeremy Roberts, Matt Roberts, Kyle Rymel, Zackery Roberts, Javin Roberts, Izaiha Roberts, Chase Nofire, and Brian Rankin; and nieces Haley Nofire, and Ashley Ross.
Tracy's passing leaves a void in the lives of those who knew him. However, his memory will forever be kept alive through the stories, laughter, and love he shared.
In this moment of remembrance and mourning, let us celebrate the life of Tracy Dewayne Adair – a man whose love and kindness touched countless lives. May his spirit live on in the hearts of all who were fortunate enough to have known him.