Tracy D'Souza

Tracy Ann D'Souza

Wednesday, April 15th, 2020
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Tracy Ann D’Souza, age 39, beloved daughter, sister, niece, cousin, and friend, unexpectedly left this world on April 15, 2020. She was born in Roanoke, Virginia to Sonja and Dennis D'Souza. Tracy attended the Governor’s School at Patrick Henry High School. After graduating with honors from the University of Virginia, she split time working in the Washington, DC region and extensively traveling the world--visiting all seven continents. Tracy was a voracious reader and loved performing in improv comedy groups. She recently moved back to southwest Virginia, residing in Christiansburg, and working in software development in Blacksburg.

Tracy was preceded in death by her grandparents Marvin and Elda Nester and Frederick and Ann D’Souza; her uncle, Vander Nester; and her aunt, Donna Nester. She is survived by her loving parents; sister, Adrienne D’Souza Imbrigiotta and her husband TJ; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

Tracy will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her. A celebration of life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made in Tracy’s name to the following organizations:

Southwest Virginia Wildlife Center of Roanoke - https://swvawildlifecenter.org/
Mill Mountain Zoo - http://www.mmzoo.org/support-us/giving-opportunities/donate/
Red Cross - https://www.redcross.org/donate/memorial-donations.html/
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Family to take cremains to St. Andrews Catholic Church for Memorial Mass and Inurnment at Church Mausoleum Niche


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Amber Clauss

Posted at 12:14pm
I am an engineering student at Virginia Tech and my freshman year I had at least 3 run ins with Tracy at recruitment style events. She was nothing but nice to me and conversations always felt so effortless. She was someone who brought a smile to your face by just being themselves. She seemed to genuinely care about me and loved what she did and I will forever be grateful for that.

Ann Cowdrey

Posted at 12:53pm
My family and I were so sorry to hear of Tracy’s passing! My mom and her dad were in the same profession, and Tracy and I were in a few of the same programs growing up. As so many people have already said, she was such a beautiful person with a wonderful adventurous spirit. She also happened to be ridiculously smart and had a genuine interest in whatever was going on in your life. I always admired how people naturally gravitated to her because of her ability to put them immediately at ease. We kept in touch off and on after high school, and it was always so fun to catch up whenever we did talk. It has been 10 years since I last saw her, and I am really sorry that I didn’t see or talk to her more recently. We are constantly keeping Tracy and her family in our prayers ❤️.

Jaime Lee Jarvis

Posted at 10:50am
Thinking of Tracy and her family. I remember her smile and her humor from our time working together.
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Neighbors improv troupe reunites for a photo at Lisa and David's baby shower in 2015, but they can't stop laughing and sit still enough for the photo.

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