GUILFORD- After yet another struggle with cancer, Tracy A. Elliott passed away at a Bangor Hospital on July 30, 2014. Tracy was born on May 22, 1955 to Robert and Edith Elliott.\n\nTracy graduated from P.C.H.S. in the class of 1974. He was always willing to help decorate for the proms or any other activity where decorating was needed. He was a very talented person. He has decorated windows for Portland businesses and people's houses and the one he loved doing was The Victorian Mansion. He worked for Harmon and Barton Florists and working with flowers he was right in his glory. He also did the flowers for a lot of weddings in the Portland area. He loved his brides.\n\nTracy is survived by his father and mother and a sister, Patti J. Burton and a special nephew, Robert Burton and many cousins. He is also survived by many, many friends and three special friends, Brian and Marti Hawkins and their son, Shaun.\n\nHe was predeceased by his sister, Laurie Elliott.\n\nTracy's wishes were that there be no funeral or visiting hours, to be cremated and strew his ashes. \n\nCremation arrangements by Crosby & Neal, Guilford.\n\nMiss me, But Let Me Go.\n When I come to the end of the road, and the sun has set for me. I want no rites in gloom-filled rooms,\nWhy cry for a soul set free? Miss me a little--but not too long, And not with your head bowed low. Remember the love that was once shared-- Miss me, but let me go. So please don't weep, please don't mourn, This is the best day since the day I was born. Be ready to follow when your life grows dim, I'll meet you in Heaven where we'll dwell with Him So, when I die....celebrate... for I have entered heaven's gate.