OBITUARY

Peggy Sue Stacy

June 2, 1958November 15, 2018

Peggy Sue Stacy, 60, of Bloomington died Thursday, November 15, 2018 at I.U. Health, Bloomington Hospital. She was born June 2, 1958 in Gary, Indiana to Lonnie D. Stacy, Sr. and Phyllis Clay Stacy. She was a retired cook.

Survivors include her mother of Bloomington; four brothers, Don (wife Charlene) Stacy of Williston, Florida, Lonnie (wife Teresa) Stacy, Jr. of Greene County, David (wife Robin) Stacy of Bloomington and Richard (wife Stacey) Stacy of Ellettsville; a lifelong friend, Vivi Vandeventer of Greene County; and several nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews.

Peggy had attended North Side Christian Church. She was a 1977 Graduate of Bloomington High School North and received an Associate’s Degree from PCI in Indianapolis in Office Management. Peggy was an outgoing, fun loving person who loved spending time with her large extended family, crocheting, going to the ocean and rooting on all of the I.U. sports teams.

There will be a Celebration of Life at a later date. Arrangements have been entrusted to Deremiah-Frye Mortuary.

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Junetta (Hovious) Wineinger

November 24, 2018

So sorry to hear about Peggy. Prayers of comfort for all the family.

Mary Hovious

November 22, 2018

I remember Peggy and all the kids that lived on Dittemore running up and down the road when she was little. She was always so happy and smiling. Peggy you will be missed, please watch over all of us from Heaven

Charlene Stacy

November 18, 2018

When we were ten, Peggy and I pierced each other's ears, the hard way. We also had fun singing on the basketball court and made Donnie listen. There's to many to mention. Love and miss you, Peggy.

Debbie Jolly

November 18, 2018

My thoughts and prayers are with the family.
Peggy always had a smile
It didn't matter where she was at that smile was always there. I know she will be missed dearly by the family. Debbie (crouch) jolly

FROM THE FAMILY