04/09/1971 - 03/07/2022
Service Date: 03/20/2022
Service Time: 1 PM
Service Location: Gilbert Memorial Park 2100 East Queen Creek Road Gilbert, AZ 85297

Traci Ann Plough, born April 9th 1971 in Safford Arizona passed away in her home on March 7th 2022 surrounded by her children and husband. Traci’s children are her proudest accomplishment. She worked in EMS for 15 years as a paramedic and went to develop and evolve the EMT program at EVIT. Traci is survived by her father William Morton, her mother Vicki Grenier, sisters Amy Morton and April Morton, daughters Jessica Hasenstein, Justine Hauver, and sons Trevor Hauver, Colton Plough, stepson Chandler Plough, and husband Joseph Plough.

Traci’s celebration of life will be held Sunday, March 20, 2022 at 1 PM, with a reception to follow at:
Gilbert Memorial Park
2100 East Queen Creek Rd
Gilbert AZ 85297

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“Full of Hope” at fullofhopefoundation.org


  • Joe,
    So, so, so sorry for your loss. You and Traci, and your marriage, and your family are some of the things in this world that I most respected and had jealousy of. You and Traci made a great couple. I know that Traci is in a place with her God and is happy. You are going through the tough tough part of life. We pray for you and greatly love your entire family.

  • My deepest condolences to the entire I know we’ll be sorely missed by her husband and her kids and mother. She was loved by everyone around her and though I didn’t know her as well as I’d like to have the time that I did spend with her was always filled with memories. Prayers for peace for the entire family. If it’s one thing that she taught me it’s how strong a person can be when forced to be I only hope and pray that someday I have her kind of strength. May God bless you all

  • Tracy was well loved & will be so missed. May her family & all who loved her find solace in knowing that she now at peace and with many loved ones.

  • Jonathan Alan Evertsen

    I’m so very sorry my dear brother! Love flows from my family to yours! She taught me so much and I am so very grateful for the countless hours she spent helping me become not only a better caregiver, but a better person. I am so very grateful for your your patience, the amazing example you always set, for your friendship. Thank you Traci Plough!

  • John & Bev Paine

    We are so saddened by the loss of our beautiful Tracy. Our hearts break for your whole family. She will truly be missed. We pray that you will all somehow find strength to get through this difficult time. 💕💕💕

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