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Restwood Funeral Home & Memorial Park

1038 West Plantation Dr, Clute, TX

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Stacy Lyn Sullivan

7 juin , 19643 mai , 2019
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Stacy Sullivan, age 54, of Jones Creek, Texas was called home to our Lord on Friday, May 3, 2019. She was born in Freeport, Texas on June 7, 1964.

Stacy was such a loving spontaneous woman. She enjoyed spending time with family, going to the beach, taking road trips, camping and making life long cherishable memories with her grandchildren. Stacy was a single hard working mother and best Gami ever! She worked in Houston for a Crane Company for most of her career life.

In 2016 Stacy was struck with a brain aneurysm that changed the rest of her life. She suffered permanent neurological deficit and was no longer independent. Stacy made the best of her illness. She had the best sense of humor, charismatic and always made you smile. Stacy had a heart of gold and will never be forgotten!

She was preceded in death by her parents, Blake “Burr” and Linda Joye Sullivan.

Stacy is survived by her only daughter Lindsey Wilcox, son Dylan Wilcox, and youngest son Chad (Channing) Miller and her five beautiful grandchildren oldest Hallei Blake, Brooklyn Paige, Kyler Shane, Carson and newest baby girl, Everly Joy. Stacy had only one sibling, Shane (Sheila) Sullivan and many other family members and friends who loved her dearly.

The family would like to thank everyone for their prayers and loving support. She will be greatly missed and will forever be in our hearts!

  • FAMILLE

  • Daughter, Lindsey Wilcox
    Son, Dylan Wilcox,
    Son, Chad (Channing) Miller
    Five beautiful grandchildren oldest Hallei Blake, Brooklyn Paige, Kyler Shane, Carson and newest baby girl, Everly Joy.
    Stacy had only one sibling, Shane (Sheila) Sullivan and many other family members and friends who loved her dearly.

Services

  • A Gathering to Celebrate the Life of Stacy vendredi, 21 juin , 2019
  • A Celebration of Stacy's Life vendredi, 21 juin , 2019

Souvenirs

Stacy Lyn Sullivan

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21 juin , 2019

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21 juin , 2019

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21 juin , 2019

Peggy Baggett

20 juin , 2019

Stacy Lyn’s Mother used to get so mad ( not really) when Stacy wanted her hair done for anything. She would want to come across the street to my house to get her hair done by Aunt Peggy. Loved her like she was my own child. God bless you Stacy, love you to the moon and back.

Andie Gilliam

18 juin , 2019

We had a lot of laughs, but she made our Southern Baptist ladies’ retreat the best ever! We got in trouble, imagine that. Love you Stacy. Sincere condolences to the family.

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Biographie

She was born in Freeport, Texas on June 7, 1964. Stacy was such a loving spontaneous woman. She enjoyed spending time with family, going to the beach, taking road trips, camping and making life long cherishable memories with her grandchildren. Stacy was a single hard working mother and best gammie ever! She worked in Houston for a Crane Company for most of her career life.

In 2016 Stacy was struck with a brain aneurysm that changed the rest of her life. She suffered permanent neurological deficit and was no longer independent. Stacy made the best of her illness. She had the best sense of humor, charismatic and always made you smile. Stacy had a heart of gold and will never be forgotten!