LONG BEACH — Tracey Marie (Grieve) Warren, 48, died in her Long Beach, home on Sept. 17, 2014. Tracey was on born March 29, 1966, in Portland, Ore., to Eugene Richard Grieve and Jean Theo (Graue) Underwood. Tracey spent her younger years in the Milwaukie area with her parents.

Later she moved to the Battleground area where she attended and graduated from Battleground High School in 1985. She worked at the Battleground Safeway for approximately 20 years. During this time she took care of her aging grandmother, Thelma Graue whom passed in 2005.

She moved to Long Beach five years ago to help take care of her mother until she passed in 2010. Tracey continued to reside in Long Beach and began working at Ocean Beach Hospital in Ilwaco.

She loved her various animals she had over the years as if they were her children. Huey, her sheltie collie was her best friend. Tracey was an avid fisherman and hunter. She liked to read and was a great cook. She loved spending time with her many wonderful friends and family.

Survivors include her sister, Deborah Rollins-Thorne of Oregon City, Ore.; her brothers, Richard Rollins of Portland, Ore., Dean Tucker of Winchester, Ore., Anthony Mills of Tool, Texas, Michael Carlson of Eugene, Ore., Douglas Mills of Portland, Ore., Chris Grieve and Dennis Grieve both of Vancouver, Wash., and Christopher Bauer of Hillsboro, Ore., 32 nephews and nieces, and 33 great nephews and nieces.

A memorial service will be held at the Elks Lodge #1937, 110 Pacific Ave. N, in Long Beach, on Friday, Oct. 17, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. It will be a potluck luncheon.

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