Tracy bought her first ATV four and a half years ago from Red Rock after realizing she didn’t want to ride on the back of one. She’s ATV’d the Highland Quest Run in Cape Breton, trails in Riverview, NB and across PEI. Her love of off-roading also extends to her modified Jeep Wrangler. Whether it’s off to the Fox Mountain Campground in the Valley, NS or with the NB crew in Riverview or here at home with the PEI crew, you'll find Tracy off the beaten path! She says the love of both sports is her “escape from reality”....crank up the tunes, put your helmet on and just drive!
She may have been born in Burlington, Ontario but her PEI family roots run deep. Tracy lived in Gaspereaux for most of her life and currently resides in Charlottetown.
She has a daughter (Jenalee) and grandson (Cameron, 6) who reside in Alberta and she’ll answer to her title of “Nanie T” anytime/anywhere! These two are the apple of her eye and she’s their rock even 4,700 kms away.
Her other hobbies include hiking, kickboxing/gym, cooking/baking, learning to play guitar, dance classes (pre-covid), music and spending quality time with family and friends. She’s always on the go!
She has extensive volunteer experience with the Eastern Kings ATV Club, the Eastern Kings Mudfest Annual event, clearing trails, working at events, helping out where needed and in the role of Secretary for the PEI Jeep Club for a short period. She was the President if the MHN Ladies Aid group for her local church, taught Sunday School and organized the Terry Fox Runs in Montague for six years.
She lobster fished for ten years, then went to Holland College and took the Office System Administration program. Tracy is currently in her 24th year working at Veterans Affairs Canada. She’s worked hard throughout her life to get where she is today. She is very independent and strong willed to succeed in any situation she’s thrown into. She’s looking forward to her new role as Secretary with the PEI ATV Federation.
Our meetings can be long, and there's so much to learn, but Tracy has jumped into her role with both feet and we're very pleased to have her in this important position on the PEIATVF Board!