Tracy Hurley Death – Tracy Hurley Martin, a resident of Brooklyn, New York, also known as Mrs. Vincent Clarke has passed away. She was announced dead through a social media publication that read “So sorry to hear Tracy Hurley Martin passed. She was kind and funny and generous. Holding a good thought for her friends and family. May her memory be a blessing.” The circumstances surrounding Tracy Hurley’s cause of death were not made public at the time of this publication.
What was Tracy Hurley’s cause of death?
Tracy Hurley Martin passed away following a courageous battle with cancer. She made known of her sickness via her Instagram in February 2022. Hi. It’s been a while. I thought I’d dip in and post because It’s a good day for me. A little over a month ago I underwent a full hysterectomy and was diagnosed with advanced stomach cancer. I completed my first chemo treatment yesterday and I’m so thankful that a treatment exists where I could potentially get more time with the people(and cat!) I love.” She wrote.
Who was Tracy Hurley?
Tracy Hurley Martin was a Producer and Co-Founder of Morbid Anatomy Museum. She was beloved mom, a wife, and a twin to Tonya Hurley. She was a big, kind, funny, and wise woman who was beautiful on the inside and out. She had the most beautiful smile and a kind heart, and her personality was so lively that it lit up a room. She left his mark everywhere she went. She inspired people to live their truth and have a purpose in life.
She produced a host of short films including, Best FriEND, Baptism of Solitude and Kiss My Brain. She attended the University of Pittsburgh and worked as a Senior Publicist and Brand Development Officer at Reach Media Relations, Inc. from 1992 to 2002 in New York. Tracy is known for Bullfighter (2000), The Challenge (2003) and Solo-Me-O (1999).
About Tracy Hurley
Tracy has been married since May 17, 2004, to Vince Clarke, the English synth-pop star who is a founding member of Depeche Mode and half of the band Erasure. They have one child. Tracy and her sister Tonya have worked in all aspects of entertainment. They started their careers in NYC doing publicity for such artists as Prince, George Michael, Morrissey, Depeche Mode, The Cure, John Cale, John Lydon, Paul Westerberg and The Three Tenors. On the side, the sisters made several award-winning indie short films together.
The films premiered at film festivals around the world and were broadcast on outlets such as PBS and IFC and garnered glowing reviews in the New York Times and NY Daily News to name a few. Stories of Strange Women podcast was hosted by Tonya and Tracy. The two lovely sisters grew in Uniontown, Pennsylvania.
Tracy Hurley’s obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by the family at a later date.
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