Stacy Lynn Wolfert

May 10, 1965November 3, 2018
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Stacy Lynn Wolfert, 53, of Coral Springs, Florida and formerly of Inverness, Florida, was carried away by angels on November 3rd, 2018. Stacy was born May 10, 1965 in Everett, Washington to Carol Crum and David Miller. She was a member and regular donor to St Jude's Children's Hospital. Stacy was also a dedicated Veteran of the US Army. She is survived by her husband of 8 years, Roger Wolfert, daughter Deserey Mandello, granddaughter Kiley Buckingham, and siblings Dave Miller and Tony Sayers. There will be a memorial celebration of life gathering on Sunday, November 11th from 1:30 to 5 pm. At 3 pm, during this gathering, a memorial service will take place. Everything will be held at the Kraeer Funeral Home and Cremation Center located at, 1655 University Drive, Coral Springs, Florida 33071. Stacy will be truly missed by her loving husband, Roger and many other loving family and friends.


  • Celebration of Life Memorial Service Sunday, November 11, 2018

Stacy Lynn Wolfert

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sarah stetson

November 11, 2018

You were like a second mother to me and loved me as your own. I have had some of my best times with you and Deserey and will never forget them. You are truly one of a kind and always found the good in people and could make anyone's day brighter just by your smile and laugh. You will be missed. I love you and know you are in heaven with my mother partying it up!

Laurie Cross

November 7, 2018

I will miss you my non-biological sister. Your heart is gold and your love for life and others was immeasurable. You were there with me during some of the best times of my life, and was a strong shoulder to cry on during struggles. I love you sweetie.

Deserey mandello

November 6, 2018

My beautiful mom I miss you more than words could even begin to say. My mranty, you contagious laugh and your beautiful smile will forever fill my heart with love. You understood me better than anyone ever could. Thank you for all you have taught me. I am so grateful to have had you not only for myself but for kiley, I'm so thankful she was so close to you and got so many beautiful memories with you. I love you so much mommy. Life will never be the same without you here. I know you would want us to celebrate your life and that's what I intend to do my beautiful mother in heaven.

deserey mandello

November 6, 2018

I love you mom, my mranty so many sweet memories I will forever cherish and hold in my heart. I wish I could hear you tell me you love me one more time. Your beautiful smile forever in my mind. The way you would call me your bunny girl. Kiley and I love you so much!we are comforted by knowing you our own guardian angel. I love you mom!!!

David Miller

November 6, 2018

I will miss my sister every heart is broken.

Cindy Cowart

November 6, 2018

Stacy was my beautiful, loving, caring Áunt. She always brought such love to our family❤️ Always helping everyone she met. She will be missed so much but I will always cherish my memories with her❤️ Rest In Peace sweet Stacy. Love you Forever ❤️

Tony Sayers

November 6, 2018

My sister was always so loving and cheerful! I love her so much.

Tony Sayers

November 6, 2018

I love my big sister so much and will miss her terribly. Her love, openness, and generosity continues to be an inspiration to me.



      When Stacy Lynn Wolfert walked into the room, those in her company felt energy, an enthusiastic spontaneity. This was just one example of who Stacy was and how she impacted those around her. Stacy was a clever and gregarious person who always sought out the finest attributes in other people. It was as if Stacy wanted to share all of their experiences, revel in their lives and celebrate their discoveries. Stacy was tireless and had boundless enthusiasm that would serve her well throughout her life.

       She was the daughter of Carol and David Miller. Always at the ready with a good joke, she grew up to be quite a humorous person. While some who knew Stacy might describe her as an idealist, her friends and family understood well that Stacy was always in pursuit of life’s endless possibilities and opportunities available to her.

      Stacy was raised with two siblings. She had two younger brothers David and Tony. Stacy was very accepting and supportive of her family. She was perceived as the central person in her family in terms of keeping communication open between the family members. Whenever discord or tension arose within the home, Stacy was typically the member who brought about resolution. These traits served Stacy well in her adult life and, along with her wit, outgoing personality, and understanding of others, drew the admiration of many who knew her.

      On March 19, 2010 Stacy married Roger Wolfert at Roger's Moms House of Addison, Alabama. Stacy's skill at “building bridges” played an important role in her ability to make her new family happy. She was quite sensitive towards Roger's needs, showing her constant concern and fondness. Stacy was tenderhearted and sensitive, qualities that served her well in helping to nurture her family.

      Stacy was a natural and creative parent who was willing to provide her family with all sorts of new and interesting experiences. For Stacy, parenting was a particularly enjoyable and pleasurable part of her life. Every activity, from chores to bedtime routines, became a game to Stacy. Stacy's skill at understanding her children's feelings, her sensitivity to their needs, and her gift for gentle persuasion enabled her to find novel solutions to any problem or situation that might crop up. Stacy was also blessed with one grandchild, Kiley.

      Stacy was uplifted by new ideas and was excited by life’s possibilities, traits that made her an exceptional worker. Her primary occupation was US Army. She was employed for 6 Years. Stacy was enterprising, inventive and working against deadlines seemed to energize her. Stacy had the uncanny ability to identify a win/win solution to just about any problem, possibly because of her gift for insight. Stacy's fellow workers saw her as a supporter and a mentor.

      Stacy was an Army veteran. She was in the South Korea, Aberdeen Washington, Fort Meade. Through her hard work and dedication, she achieved the rank of Counterintelligence Spc. She received several awards including a Army Commendation Metal, Army Service Ribbon, Marksman Marksmanship Qualification Badge with Rifle Bar. Her fellow soldiers could count on her for being able to make adjustments to any situation as needed.

      Because Stacy was constantly in the center of things and where the action was, she always seemed willing to join in and help, regularly getting involved in helping people who needed help. Stacy's gift of planning and improvisation, along with a talent for rallying support, made her a great asset. Stacy found new ways of getting things done in order to help make just about every activity more efficient and enjoyable. Politically, Stacy was a strong supporter of Donald Trump.

      Stacy was a woman who was dedicated and devoted to her faith. She was a devout Christian. During that time, she was always looking for someone to help. She was sympathetic and able to empathize with others and she used these qualities to the fullest while working tirelessly for her beliefs.

      Stacy's love of improvising in her daily life was a perfect fit for her enjoyment of traveling. Her favorite vacations were ones that were not planned. Traveling in a casual manor fit her personality well. Excited about seeing changing scenery and constantly looking for the enjoyment life could offer, Stacy took her vacations seriously, well, as seriously as she possibly could. Favorite vacations included Saint Augustine Fla.Visiting Jimmy and Charlotte in Callahan Fla. Any place Stacy went was an adventure.

      Stacy was a lover of animals and cherished her pets. Diablo her dog until he passed a few years ago,, was a best friend for 11 years. Her family was rounded out by her new dog Champ.

      Stacy Wolfert passed away on November 3, 2018 at Broward Health North Hospital. A sudden blood vessel hemorrhage in her brain. She is survived by husband Roger Daughter Deserey Granddaughter Kiley Mother Carol Brothers David and Tony. Services were held at Kraeer Funeral Home.

      There was always a certain style and inventiveness to Stacy. She was a dynamic, self-expressive person who was forever looking to celebrate the endless possibilities life had to offer. She had a knack for being clever, creative and witty, and for others, was a joy to be around. While she was often fiercely independent, it seemed as if many others looked to Stacy Wolfert for inspiration, leadership, wisdom and even courage. Stacy was always more than willing to share life’s experiences with her loved ones. Stacy was the ultimate free spirit.