November 28, 1957 ~ August 20, 2018

Born in: Indianapolis, IN
Resided in: Indianapolis, IN

Tracy Logan Arthur, 60, of Indianapolis, passed away on August 20, 2018.  He was born on November 28, 1957 in Indianapolis, to the late George and Edythe (Eslick) Arthur.  Tracy graduated from Thomas Carr Howe High School in 1976.  He was a Project Manager for Citizens Energy Group.  Before that, Tracy worked as a Project Manager for the city of Indianapolis for the Department of Public Works.

Tracy had a great sense of humor.  He enjoyed all of the old TV shows, like Andy Griffith and Columbo, and enjoyed working on cars.  Tracy was a Ford man, that had owned many Fords. He also had a long lasting relationships with Shania Twain and Olivia Newton-John that must be mentioned if you are talking about things that made Tracy, Tracy. But most of all, he loved his family and friends, and especially spending time with his granddaughter, Avery.

Tracy is survived by his children, Nick Arthur, Anthony Arthur, and Kara Arthur; granddaughter, Avery Lindstrom; “adopted” child/ Great Niece Courtney McConnell and ex-wife/ friend, Cheryl Logan.  He is preceded in death by his parents, mentioned above; along with his brothers, Lonnie C. Arthur and Karmin D. Arthur.

A memorial service will be held at 7pm on Wednesday, August 29, 2018 at Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services, 5215 N. Shadeland Avenue, with a gathering starting at 5pm until the start of the service.


Celebration of Life: August 29, 2018 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Legacy - Lawrence
5215 N Shadeland Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46226

Memorial Service: August 29, 2018 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Legacy - Lawrence
5215 N Shadeland Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46226

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  1. With all I have I will always remember the outstanding person I was blessed to call one of my best friends….ever.Tracy made my life rich in ways that are countless.I will miss him more than any will know.Greatness only comes along once in awhile…..Tracy was this and much more…God Bless Trace.Say hi to Your Mom,Dad and brothers….Heaven just gained a angel of all angels…..

  2. You were so much more to me than an uncle and I’m so blessed you treated me like more than just a niece. If it wasn’t for you and mom, god knows where I would’ve ended up. So many of my happiest memories consist of literally just hanging out, eating wings and baked potatoes from Just Pizza, and watching the Simpsons. You gave me the feelings of “home” and “belonging” that I now spend my life trying to give to my own girls. I love you Uncle Tracy. Until we meet again ❤️

  3. Tracy,
    Rest in Heaven
    Another hornet in heaven Class of 76
    You were a good friend during high school. I could always count on you for a laugh. RIP


  4. You were a good friend that we will all miss. You were always there to help anyone out with a smile on your face. We will never forget you, RIP!

  5. Thoughts and prayers for the family. Tracy was always willing to help (especially when I needed a map created) and had a great sense of humor. It’s been a privilege and honor working with Tracy. He is missed.

  6. You will truly be missed by your neighbor next door. I am so thankful for you keeping an eye out for me and helping me. I wish that i could have known you better. May god bless you.

  7. So many wonderful memories of Tracy through the years. Such a dear friend starting at Irvington Methodist Church youth group and Howe High School. Blessing to all of your family.

  8. You made being your friend extremely easy. Such a wonderful guy who had a heart of gold and a million dollar smile to match. Rest easy sweet boy.

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