Tracy “Chuck” Ray Nagel

Nagel, Tracy Oval

September 4, 1969 ~ November 17, 2017

Tracy R. Nagel, 48, Brandon, died Friday, November 17, 2017.

A Celebration of Tracy’s Life will be 2-4pm, Saturday, November 25, 2017, with a time of sharing at 4pm, at Heartland Funeral Home.

Tracy “Chuck” Ray Nagel was born September 4, 1969, in Sioux Falls, SD. He was raised in and attended school in Sioux Falls. Tracy then worked in the family business installing garage doors, worked for McGuire Iron painting water towers, worked at Chief Welding manufacturing ethanol plants, and most recently worked at Superior Garage Doors.

Tracy was a very generous person and would give the shirt off of his back if someone needed it. His family remembers Tracy as a free spirit that just marched to the beat of his own drum. It didn’t matter if he had a dollar or a hundred dollars in his pocket; nothing really rattled him. He loved to hang out with his family and his friends. Tracy also was a true Mark Martin NASCAR fan.

Tracy “Chuck” is survived by his mother, Donna Gullickson, Sioux Falls; nine siblings, Jeff (Judy) Nagel, Titusville, FL, Kevin Nagel, Titusville, FL, Kristy (Russ) Lofswold, Hartford, Dawn (Alicia) Dammer, Brandon, Don Jr.(Jerri) Gullickson, Titusville, FL, Rodney (Susan) Oberle, Vermillion, Kay (David) Johnson, Sioux Falls, Peggy (Lonnie) Bertrand, Sioux Falls, and Stephanie Reiners, Hurley; many cousins; aunts; uncles; nieces; nephews; and his close buddies, Cory Lee and Scott Skari.

Tracy was preceded in death by his father, Don Sr. Gullickson; two brothers, Stephen Gullickson and Jerry Nagel; and both his maternal grandparents and paternal grandparents.

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  • Kristy Lofswold says:

    To my Mother, Siblings and Family. I’m not sure how to get through this tragedy, except for with Gods help and holding tight to each other. We will cry. We will scream. We will shut down from exhaustion. But WE WILL also, put one foot in front of the other and trudge on. I truly believe God will carry us when our feet and hearts get too heavy. Then gently set us back down so we can continue on. I love you all and will be praying for all of us. Love Kristy

  • Wendy bair says:

    I am so sorry everyone. My 💓 goes out to each and every one of you especially Mom. I do not know how go through losing a child. My best 2 memories of Tracy is when he “walked” me down the isle and when he stayed with Jeff and I and he slept on a baby bed mattress. Jeff should have that picture. He will be very missed in the family.

  • Kristy Lofswold says:

    Wendy, thank you for sharing those memories.

  • marilyn k braaten says:

    Even tho I have not seen Tracy in awhile I knew him to be a hard working fun loving beautiful soul,I pray God helps you all through this sad time.

  • Betsy Jonas says:

    My buddy always had a hug for me lover of Life lover of all love everybody thought about you so many times over the years bugging your sister my Xena Warrior Princess where the heck you were Mike so wishes he could be here to say goodbye enjoy the rest of the journey buddy love you

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