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Tracey Altshuler-Paglia

November 10, 1966 September 2, 2018
Tracey Altshuler-Paglia
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BEVERLY- Surrounded by her loving family, Tracey went to her eternal rest as a result of complications from a massive heart attack.
After 10 years of successfully staying clean from an opioid addiction, her death comes as a great shock. Her passing creates an immense void in our lives as we remember her empathy, beauty and passion to help others.
Born and raised in Beverly, Tracey was a graduate of Beverly High School class of 1985, Blaine Hair Academy and New England Barber Academy. She had an extraordinary love for animals and children, as well as being a loyal friend to all.
Tracey was the devoted and beloved partner of Michael Senibaldi for 18 years, the loving mother of Derek Paglia (son of Joe Paglia) and daughter of Jack and Donna Altshuler. She was the cherished sister of Lauren Altshuler Irvine, Courtney Altshuler Carrasco and husband Eusebio, Justin Altshuler and wife Hilda as well as the adored aunt of Ryan Irvine, Jordan Irvine and Noah Carrasco.
Quoting Tracey's favorite expression of love for Derek: “All the way to the moon~Always in your heart"
Burial will be Friday, September 21, 2018 at 2 pm at Central Cemetery, Beverly; followed by a Celebration of Life gathering at Danversport from 3:30 pm- 6:30pm. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to: Go Red for Women www.goredforwomen.org American Heart Association, 7272 Greenville Ave.,
Dallas, TX 75231.


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Graveside

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21

Sep

2:00 PM 9/21/2018 2:00:00 PM
Central Cemetery

Butman Street
Beverly, MA 1915

Central Cemetery
Butman Street Beverly 1915 MA
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