Stacie Michelle Singleton Hollon

July 9, 1970October 7, 2019

Stacie Michelle Singleton Hollon, passed away peacefully with her family and friends by her side on Monday October 7, 2019. Stacie was born July 9, 1970. She was preceded in death by her dad, Johnny Singleton. She is survived by her three children, Claire, Spencer and Maddie Hollon; mother, Dorothy Singleton; sisters, Jamie L. Singleton and Johna Smith (Dave).

Stacie adored her family and friends and loved spending time with them. She was an alumna of the University of Alabama and graduated with honors, and she was a devoted Crimson Tide Fan. Stacie loved the Lord with all of her heart and worshipped at Church of the Highlands. She will be missed by all those who loved her.

The family will receive friends on Thursday, October 10, 2019 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM at Johns-Ridout's Mortuary-Elmwood Chapel with a celebration of Stacie's life following at 2:00 PM. Burial at Elmwood Cemetery.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Hollon family.


  • Visitation Thursday, October 10, 2019
  • Funeral Service Thursday, October 10, 2019


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Sharon Defnall Rogers

October 11, 2019

Dorothy., Deep, Sincere Heartfelt Sympathy to you and all the family in the loss of your dear daughter “Stacie”. I know that she was loved by many and will be missed by many! She made you proud! Every moment of your life is in his care- - - and I pray that he gives you overwhelming peace and hope today. Phil. 4:6,7 HE WILL!!!!Isn’t it a great comfort to know where Stacie is, and how happy she must be!! Love and God Bless. Sharon Defnall Rogers Tarrant, Alabama Rest in Pesce Stacie. 💐🌷🌹🥀🌺🌸🌼🌻

Cheryl Belue

October 10, 2019

My deepest sympathy! Keeping everyone in my prayers.

Deepest condolences,

Cheryl Belue


October 9, 2019

To the Singleton and Hollon Families,

My deepest sympathies to the families of Stacie, We will keep all in our prayers as you celebrate her life and memory in the coming days.
Donna Hollis and the entire Team at Zales Mall of Georgia.

Rhonda Courson

October 9, 2019

When I think of Stacie, I picture her in Sharon’s backyard in Pelham, when their children were little. I was envious of her because her house was clean, she always had beautiful fresh flowers on display, and she patiently and lovingly laughed and played with the kids, all of which I was struggling to accomplish at the time. But she was so down-to-earth and non-pretentious that I couldn’t dislike her just because she had it all together and I didn’t. Instead, her openness and kindness made me like her that much more!

Ashley Coutch

October 8, 2019

Stacie and I were friends in early juinor high and high school. I have fond memories of spending the night with Stacie, doing what teens and preteens do, staying up all night, giggling uncontrollably over anything and everything, and swimming in her pool without sunscreen until I had horrible water blisters on my shoulders. She had this cute, sweet, and OLD dog that bumped into the furniture from blindness. She was a beloved classmate at Cathedral Christian School. It's very sad that she has passed so young.