Tracy Tsui Hua Doong

1962 ~ 2022


Viewing

Larkin Sunset Gardens, 1950 East Dimple Dell Road (10600 South), Sandy, Utah
Jun 24, 2022 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

Funeral Service

Larkin Sunset Gardens, 1950 East Dimple Dell Road (10600 South), Sandy, Utah
Jun 24, 2022 11:00 AM

It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Tracy Tsui Hua Doong, beloved wife, mother, grandmother, daughter, and sister who passed away suddenly and unexpectedly surrounded by her loved ones. Tracy was born September 9th to Shieh-Chieh and Dah Lee in Taipei, Taiwan. She was the eldest of three children. At the age of 14, she immigrated to the United States with her family. They initially lived in Los Angeles, California, and then moved to Ogden, Utah where she graduated from Ogden High School.

While attending the University of Utah, she met the love of her life, James Doong, and for the past 40 years, they were inseparable. Together they shared three beautiful children, traveled the world, owned businesses together, and had many dreams and aspirations.
She spent much of her professional career in the Commercial Real Estate industry and through the years was well-respected. At a community level, she advocated for women, minorities, and small businesses. Because it was so easy to connect with Tracy, many clients and colleagues became close friends of hers throughout the years.

Although she spent much of her career in real estate, her true passion was food, and she was a true foodie at heart. She was raised in the restaurant industry and acquired a refined palate and had a knack for knowing the best restaurant to go to. She loved trying out new restaurants with her family, and being the Momma Bear she was, she would take charge and order for the entire group and ensure everyone was taken care of.

It was hard not to love Tracy, she was full of life and loved being surrounded by friends and family. Her love was altruistic and unconditional. Above everything, she cherished her family and loved spending every minute with her grandchildren; they were her true joy. She made sure she was present at all dance recitals, recreational games, spelling bees, school events, and birthday parties. As everyone’s greatest supporter, she never missed an opportunity to let her family know that she was always thinking of them and how much she loved them. She is truly missed and loved.

She is survived by her husband James, and her three children: Allen (Wendy), Julie (Thad Phillips), and Michelle. As well as six grandchildren: Tyler, Sydney, Josie, Chelsea, Rhett, and one on the way. Her mother Shieh-Chieh, her two brothers Shou Chen (Kim) Lee and George (Katie) Lee, brother-in-law Wen (Jane) Doong, nieces, nephew, and many friends will miss her dearly.

Please join the family Friday, June 24th to celebrate the extraordinary life of Tracy. Viewing from 9:00 am-10:30 am and services to follow at 11:00 am at Larkin Sunset Gardens in Sandy, Utah (1950 E 10600 S, Sandy, UT 84092)

Those who wish to view the COMPLETED services via Zoom can click the "Watch Services" button or follow the link: https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/fmpsyu4NWDZB5ONx10oRmGWYUrpwwjU3uUsGUJofrY0fYinw2fpJanyTWa6aZG3P.4NU3Yt8rNSKLcSAr?startTime=1656088896000


Guestbook/Condolences

We will miss Tracy and her wonderful spirit. Tracy was not only a great connector to people in business but those she loved. Tracy was a momma bear to many. Best wishes and condolences to your family at this time.


- Travis Williamsen

My heart is full thinking of the experiences I shared with Tracy. At a Deer Valley concert where she looked out for everyone and was at her mama bear best. At an axe throwing outing where she showed how much power was packed into her tiny frame. At Michelle’s birthday where she out danced us all. Tracy will be dearly missed. Condolences to the family and a hope that the joyful memories will provide comfort during this difficult time. With love - Kami Taylor


- Kami Taylor

I feel so grateful that I was able to meet such a truly inspiring and purely wonderful woman. In such a short time she showed me so much love and had such a powerful impact. Her legacy will live forever. Deeply sorry for this loss, and sending all of my love to everyone who had the gift of knowing Tracy; Sending so much love to my friend Michelle. Thank you for the wonderful memories and the time I was able to spend with you Tracy 🕊🤍


- Ashley Iverson

We are so heartbroken over Tracy's passing. She was a loyal friend and a cherished business partner. Tracy formed instant bonds of friendship with all who knew her. She was always the first to acknowledge a special day in someone's life with a congratulatory phone call or a thoughtful gift. She treated everyone with genuine kindness. She approached life with optimism and never lost her sense of humor. First and foremost, though, she was incredibly proud of her dear family and showed her deep love for them in both words and actions through her dedicated involvement in their lives. Tracy's passing leaves an empty void for so many of us, most of all for her treasured family, and she will be greatly missed by all. Our deepest condolences go out to the Doong Family during this painful time.
With much love, Clark and Holly Chamberlain


- Clark & Holly Chamberlain

Dear Michelle and Family,
What a loss for us all! My most heartfelt sympathy.


- Kathy Watkins

My deepest condolences for the loss of Tracy. She will be missed.


- Reshita Naylor

Michelle So Sorry to hear about your Mother (Tracy). What a lovely woman she was, I will always remember her smile and how she treated everyone with love and respect! I will be thinking and praying for you and Tracy at church on Sunday. Please let me know if I can help you in any way! Always your friend Robert


- robert Rendon

Tracy was an amazing & loving person who always helped the community and others. She will be dearly missed. Our deepest condolences to the Doong family.

- Utah Asian Chamber of Commerce


- Katrina Nhan

We are deeply saddened for your loss.

Michael & Maggie


- Michael Francis & Maggie Rios

Our foremost condolence's from our family to your family! God bless


- Robert and Eugenia Cooper

Dear Family of our Beloved Friend Tracy,

We extend our deepest sympathy to you on the loss of such a wonderful friend, example and leader. Tracy was ALWAYS so gracious, helpful and energetically involved in worthwhile causes. Our Utah commecial real estate world lost a true friend and exemplary human being.

Our prayers and thoughts are with you at this sensitive time of loss. Warmest appreciation and admiration, Lew Cramer (of Colliers Utah)


- Lew Cramer

My her memory be eternal


- TC

The world has lost a wonderful Mother, Grandmother, Wife, Sister, Business Leader, and a wonderful friend, she touched my life in so many positive ways, she will be greatly missed. My heart goes out to the family, I know she was greatly loved by her family, her eyes would always light up when she talked about her family, especially her grandchildren. As difficult this time may seem for all of us, I hope we can honor her life by cherishing the beautiful attributes and love that Tracy shared with each of us with those around us. Thank you Tracy for sharing your life and friendship, you will be greatly missed. Patrick


- Patrick Lucero

My heart goes out to the Doong family at this time. Tracy was an amazing person and I am so saddened by the news of her passing. I have many fond memories of her kindness, displays of concern, and service to me personally as a mentor and guide in commercial real estate. She always asked how I was doing and showed an exceptional regard for those around her. Tracy shared a sincere smile that I will always remember.


- Jim Grubb

My sincere condolences to the Doong family. Tracy was an amazing person that will be dearly missed. Her presence was always calming and warm to all who had the privilege of engaging with her. I pray God's grace, love, and healing to her family and friends as we all mourn her loss. Rest in peace my dear friend!


- Rick Newton

My sincerest condolences for your loss. She was a wonderful woman and beloved by many. She will be greatly missed.


- Cindy Kuo