3219 South Main Street Anderson, SC 29624

Tracy Delaine “Tracymae” Martin October 6, 1971 - October 31, 2023

Date of Funeral

November 11, 2023

Tracy Delaine “Tracymae” Martin, 52, of Anderson, SC passed away on Tuesday October 31, 2023, at AnMed Health Medical Center.

Born on October 6, 1971, she was the daughter of Shirley Delaine Smith of VA and the late Stephen Lane Martin, she attended Washington Baptist Church, was active in celebrate recovery, and graduated from Shalom Recovery Center in Belton, SC.

She is survived by her son: Jacob Wayne Delano Duncan of Belton, SC, and daughter: Karson Delaine Duncan (Austin) of VA; brother: David Edward Smith of TN; life-long best friend: Toni McClain Gilmer; grandchildren: Benjamin Jackson Falcone and Scarlett Delaine Duncan; aunt: Mary Jane Davis (Butch); cousin: Michael K Sanders (Laura) and Jimmy Lee Ellison.

In addition to her father, she is predeceased by her stepfather: Paul Norman Smith; uncle: Jimmy James Ellison, and cousin: Jay Leigh Sanders.

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, November 11, 2023 at 11am officiated by Brittany Talley at Sosebee Mortuary, South Chapel.

The family will be at their respective homes.

Sosebee Mortuary and Crematory South Chapel is assisting the family with arrangements.



  1. REPLY
    Sara says

    I did not know this beautiful child of God, but I am proud to see that she has been in recovery, from whatever is no one’s business, because God is a forgiving God, Christians read, Matthew 7:1-6
    God bless her family.

  2. REPLY
    Alison says

    Tracy was my very best friend We are the same age and I loved her very dearly. I just seen her 4 months ago. I’d drove down to belton anc seen her. I got to speak with her son on the telephone. I remember when we were thirteen, we ran away and she came with me, she got caiught I kept running. We both loved prince and each other she will Always be remembered. I love you Tracy We will meet again.I know it sounds crazy but the night she died my lights kept flickering and it wouldn’t stop I think it was her saying goodbye

Leave a Condolence