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Tracy L. Saville, 57, of Rochester, New York, passed away on January 21, 2024.

Tracy will be remembered for his love of gardening, photography, travel, and the many beagles he raised. These hobbies brought him joy and allowed him to express his creativity and passion for nature. He was dedicated to his South Wedge neighborhood and volunteered in many ways to make it better. His favorite was the holiday event “It’s a Wonderful Life in the South Wedge”. It was also his favorite movie. He loved to spend as much time as possible on Horseshoe Lake, tinkering away at creating a beautiful garden surrounding the cottage and having fun on the lake.

He is survived by his loving husband of 28 years, Philip Duquette. Tracy is also survived by his sister, Yvonne (David) Young, his brother Wayne Saville, his sister Colleen (Robert) Feeter, and his brother Perry (Mary) Saville and many aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.  He was preceded in death by his parents, Harold and Betty Saville, and his brothers Larry and Shawn Saville.

A celebration of Tracy’s life will be held on Saturday, February 3rd, at The Cub Room, located at 739 South Clinton Avenue, from noon to 5 PM. Friends and family are invited to join in remembering and honoring Tracy’s life and the impact he had on those around him.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Tracy’s name may be made to Bernard’s Beagle Rescue. Contributions can be sent to PO Box 1739, Cicero, NY 13039. Tracy had a deep love for beagles and supporting this organization would be a meaningful way to honor his memory.

Tracy L. Saville will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved him. His kind spirit, zest for life, and dedication to his hobbies and loved ones will forever be cherished.

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