Stacy A. Oliver

February 10, 1966December 30, 2012

Stacy A. Oliver was born on February 10, 1966 and passed away on December 30, 2012 in Reno, NV.


Stacy A. Oliver

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Pete Ambriz

February 10, 2013

I am so glad to have known Stacy for these past several short years. You bacame one of my favorite persons to talk to at anytime. We'd laugh about our families little quirks and nuances. But all in all we were proud to have them. Though I am being selfish in saying I do miss you dearly for not being here with us I am proud to know and say that you are in the presence of the Lord.

Linda Sunday Hansen

January 15, 2013

To Stacy's family - I knew Stacy and her family when she was a little girl. I babysat for Stacy and Scott and my parents loved being their next door neighbors. When my dad passed, Stacy was there and I was touched by her kind words and memories. I have great memories of this beautiful woman who I got to be friends with when we were both grown up. She was as precious as an adult as she was as a little girl. God bless you and your family, Stacy. I am grateful I was your friend.

Dean Tarbell

January 15, 2013

SweetS just want to thank you for being a strong part of my life sorry we missed so much in the middle but I'm so glad we made up for lost time the passed few years. Prayers for your kids and Family you are missed but not forgotten. Love you Sweets!

Schelley Kurle

January 15, 2013

Oh friend Stacy. You battled and were winning. I am so proud of you for facing so much advesity and laughing in it's face. You still are a bright light for me as well as others. I love you my friend and always will.

January 14, 2013

Mettler Family,

I am deeply saddened by the news of Stacy! I will always remember Stacy as the best babysitter ever who taught me not be ticklish on my feet and made me laught every time I was with her!! My thoughts and prayers to the whole family!! May your special Angel always be watching over you till you meet again.

Jocelyn Boyle (Fischer)

Scott Mettler

January 14, 2013

For my sister: when we were children we fit the stereotypical picture of brother and sister perfectly. We fought about nearly everything, saw the same situations from two opposite sides, and had a great amount of jealousy towards one another. However, if anyone else dared to pick on your little brother or say anything negative about him, you would have beat them senseless. Whenever I needed someone to back me up you were always there for me. I remember how you picked out an entire wardrobe for me right before my freshman year because you wanted me to look good for a sister of a friend of yours. I remember watching the airplane leave the tarmac and crying with mom as you left for Cincinnati. I remember the excitement I felt a year later when you came back home. As we both grew older and became adults, things were not much different between you and me. We still fought about nearly everything, saw things from different perspectives, and had jealous moments toward one another. Despite that, I always knew that you would still be there to defend me if I needed it and no amount of fighting could ever change the fact that you were my big sister and I loved you. Your life was cut way too short, and although I would much rather have you in this world, I know that you are there to protect me again as a guardian angel. I love you now and always! Forever your little brother, Scott

January 14, 2013

My late husband Kenneth and I were dear friends of Rich and Ariel Mettler and knew Stacy and Scott when they were young. I was so sad to hear of Stacy's passing.
Please accept my sincere sympathy.
Sincerely, Mary Ellen Beckman

Kathleen Mettler

January 11, 2013

My Darling Daughter Stacy, I still can't believe that you're gone from our sight, but I know that you're now our guardian angel. You were a strong and determined women, and a good mother to your children and grandchildren. I know you are with your dad and special grandma Ruth. All our family welcomed you into heaven with open arms. Memories are all I have of you and no one can take those from me. I will miss you always until we meet again. I love you to the moon and back. Mom

Nancy Hildenbrand

January 11, 2013

Stacy,my loving friend, cousin, confidant,I could go on and on. My life will never be the same without you in it.However, I now have the sweetest Angel to watch over me.Thank you Stacy for being an amazing person in life and in death.I will always miss and love you until we see each other again.Big hugs, Nancy Ann Hildenbrand XOXOXO

Kurt Williams

January 11, 2013

My dear Stacy, you were and continue to be a blessing in my life. Thank you for being the honest friend I could always count on.