Perhaps this is not the place to post this, but frankly, I know of no other forum in which to present information concerning Tracy Krohn's character. My name is Bonnie J. McAfee, and I am Tracy's first wife. I have been told that I will probably die in the next 5 years if I do not receive an organ transplant. I have called Tracy and discussed this with him because I am in financial straights, social security disability is my main source of income, and my out of pocket medical expenses every year have been roughly $15,000-$20,000. Tracy has refused to help me. We had an amicable divorce and even used the same attorney to file the petition. Charity runs counter to making a profit, but in a situatiion like this, where at one time Tracy made a promise to my deceased father to take care of me, it would seem an honorable thing to do to at least help out someone who at one time you loved and was part of your family. Apparently, Tracy helps only himself and his "Krohnies".
Wife #3 was/is a salesperson for a storage tank company. Seems pretty nice and always brought a delicious cake when she visited the office. Can't say anything bad about her. Learned more from this thread than any thread by Phoenix. You get lost Phoenix!
After all is said and done 30 years have passed, people change, mature, illness humbles a person and changes one's perspective on life. Religion was never Tracy's strong suit if you exclude Scientology. I have learned to rely in the Lord to help me, and so far he has come through. I've made my amends, said what I had to say.
A fact that is never mentioned in all of the rags to riches tales about Tracy, the $12,000 life savings investment, self made uber zillionaire story-had it not been for Taylor, Tracy would be nowhere. Had it not been for Tracy's mother, her ambition by living her dreams through Tracy, her quest to marry for money, Jere Freel's input, Tracy would have gone nowhere. And, had it not been that the man I married was never home, paid no attention to me while he was home, and a few other things, our marriage might have survived. The person that is married to Tracy has to get used to coming in third or fourth in importance in his life and has to have interests outside of his. Money is not everything. Tracy is not a good life companion. But, if all a woman wants to do is spend his money, he can probably buy a good marriage.
Patrick Taylor was a scum ball. You are right about the other affairs. But I will tell you the affair with Pat Taylor really put the icing on the cake. I think there was alot that Tracy and Taylor competed for and took it personally if they lost. There was alot more stories that I experienced personally and some that I got second hand from Tracy. I am sorry about your health issues but what I know about how Tracy felt way back then, I am not surprised he wouldn't help.