OBITUARY

Stacy Davis

October 5, 1961June 10, 2021

Stacy Davis, 59, of Austin, passed away peacefully on June 10, 2021 with loved ones by her side, leaving her friends and family shocked and heartbroken. Stacy was born on October 5, 1961, in Austin to Leo B. Davis and Barbara Meier Davis. She graduated in 1979 from Austin High School. She then went on to get her Bachelors degree in Radio-Television-Film from the University of Texas, graduating in 1983.

While still going to UT, Stacy went to work for what was then KTBC, eventually becoming FOX7. She was still employed there as Senior Director at the time of her death. She touched the lives of so many.

To quote a few of the many tributes on Facebook “Stacy was one of the kindest people in the world. She approached every day with levity and she genuinely cared about everyone around her.” “Your warmth and laughter always took the edge off the anxiety before going live on the news. We were so grateful you were steering the ship”. “Stacy was one of the most genuine people on the planet. She will be missed dearly at the station and on this earth”.

Stacy is survived by her longtime partner Lee Bagley; her cousins, Peggy Davis, Terry Davis, Gary Davis, Craig Meier, Steve Meier, David Barron, Michael Barron, Linda Johnson, John Johnson; many extended family and a host of friends.

There will be a visitation on June 22 from 10:00-11:00 am at Weed-Corley-Fish Funeral Home, 3125 N. Lamar, with the funeral service beginning at 11:00 am. Stacy will then be laid to rest at Austin Memorial Park with her parents and grandparents.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society or the American Liver Foundation.

Services

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, June 22, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Tuesday, June 22, 2021

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  • Burial

    Tuesday, June 22, 2021

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John Breed

June 25, 2021

Good Times!

John Breed

June 25, 2021

Stacy, Your warmth, your humor, your kindness will be sorely missed. When we worked together it was more than co-workers, we were family. We love you and look forward to seeing you on the other side!
Rev. Mark Gardner did wonderfully celebrating your life. He was very uplifting.

Debra Behrens

June 22, 2021

Stacy, you will missed greatly by all your family and many friends past and present. You and I had so many fun and goofy memories from SFA and UT. Mine and Dave’s wedding wouldn’t have been the same without you as one of my bridesmaids. Loved our visits the last few years at the Faust Hotel for lunch and then dessert at Naegelin’s Bakery. Fly high and give your mom and dad a hug from me. This is not goodbye, but see you later. ❤️❤️

Cynthia Hernandez

June 19, 2021

Lee, family & friends. I am saddened by the loss of Stacy. I loved her laughter, kindness, beauty, her bright eyes, and most of all her friendship. She was always so supportive of all of her friends. I am so blessed to have known Stacy for over 28 years and I will truly miss all her great qualities. ❤️

Chuck Garner

June 14, 2021

We are sorry to hear about Stacy's passing. We were in the same Saxophone section long ago in Longhorn Band. I have posted this on the Longhorn Alumni Band Facebook page (a closed group) and have gotten a number of condolences. It was wonderful to hear what she meant to her Fox7 family and how she celebrated life by being supportive and a help to others during their tough times. Our LHAB prayers are with you through this.

David Cody

June 14, 2021

Knew Stacy for 36 years , i have great admiration for her skills, she directed my sportscasts at KTBC-TV for 28 years but what I'll remember most is her caring heart. She consoled me after the death of my elderly parents in 2016( similar to what she was dealing with ) and upon the death of my senior cat Zen in June 2020. She visited me at Butler Park Golf Course where I was working and where she enjoyed playing golf. God took a great one in Stacy Davis , she will be missed by all!

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