Tracy Eberhardt Obituary, Death Cause – Northampton, Massachusetts is where she began her life as John Eberhardt and Irene (Faulk) Eberhardt’s daughter. She was named after her mother. Her mother had the surname Faulk as her maiden name. She earned her high school graduation from Northampton High School, which is also where she attended classes.
Tracy was hired as a housekeeper by businesses in the neighborhood, where she was also recruited to undertake secretarial work and housekeeping for the families of those businesses’ employees. She conducted herself in a manner that was in agreement with the tenets that are espoused by the Christian faith.
Tracy had a soft place for many different kinds of animals, she was adept in many different kinds of arts and crafts, and in her leisure time she enjoyed composing poems.
She is survived by her two sons, Robert Minuni of Effort and Joshua Minuni of Brodheadsville, as well as by her two brothers, Jeff Eberhardt and his wife, Janine, of Lansdale, and Paul Eberhardt and his wife, Melissa, of Bethlehem, and their respective spouses. In addition, she is survived by her parents. Robert Minuni of Effort and Joshua Minuni of Brodheadsville are her sons. Her parents had also passed away before she was born.
In addition to that, both sets of her grandparents are still with us. The memorial ceremony is scheduled to take place on Sunday, March 24, at three o’clock in the afternoon at the Skrabak-Parambo Funeral Home in Lansford, which is located at 210 E. Bertsch Street. The Reverend Marjorie Keiter will serve as the presiding minister for the celebration of life service. When it is most practical for the family, the burial will take place at some point in the future.