OBITUARY

Staci Renae Hoskins

February 28, 1977April 28, 2021
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Staci Renae Hoskins age 44, of Dallas passed from this life into eternal life on Wednesday April 28, 2021 at Simpson Place Assisted Living in Dallas.

Staci was born on February 28, 1977 in Dallas, TX , the daughter of Patricia Brown and John Jones.

Early Years: Staci grew up in South Dallas with her twin sister Traci and brother Marcus. She attended Girl Inc of Metropolitan Dallas started at the early age of 6 during the summer times and after school program and continued until the age of 18. She accepted Christ at a early age and was a long member at New Hope Family Worship Center. She took an early liking to Basketball, Volleyball and Band where she played in middle school at Pearl C. Anderson and High school at Lincoln High School. Staci graduated from Lincoln High School & Humanities/Communications Magnet in 1996 and was diagnosed with Lupus shortly after. She faced her sickness with grace, courage, and dignity. She still pushed through and studied at Texas College in Tyler and graduated from Education America of Dallas, TX. She spent the next countless years battling this illness. She took chemo therapy and various treatments. Shortly after, her kidneys started to decline where she would soon begin taking dialysis and was placed on the Kidney transplant list. She received her new kidneys on January 21, 2007. Staci was in and out of the hospital most of her life. In 2017 she was placed in a nursing home due to her failing health. She stayed encouraged and was determined not to let her body keep her down. A year later she went on to live at somewhat normal life at Assist Living Facility of Simpson Place. She participated in paint classes, Bingo, card games and still regularly attended Church services. Staci was truly loved there. She was part of the committee on celebrations, parties and blessed them with her famous guacamole and taco salad. She has helped the cafeteria with the orders from the residence. She also would sell her kool-aid pickles and can sodas. In 2020, Staci was placed back on dialysis due to her failing kidneys.

She loved attending various events, such as Birthday parties, football and basketball games. She loved taking daily selfies to capture her lovely lashes, dancing, shopping, listening to music and making makeup tutorials stating “ this is my face” or just sharing her day on Facebook live. She also shared her love of seafood with her sister where they would go to numerous seafood restaurants. Staci’s favorite color was pink and her favorite holiday was Christmas. She didn’t have much but she wanted to make sure she was able to shower people with gifts. She loved her family. She was always willing to assist them any way she could. She would get up early in the morning to start getting ready to show up at family and friends gathering. She loved caring for her niece and nephews when they were younger. She also loved babysitting Poodah and watching her preform. She made sure to attend most of Poodah (JaNiyah) events. Staci was loved by many. It’s so hard to forget someone who gave you so much to remember.

She leaves to cherish her memories: dad, John Jones; sister, Traci Bagley (Regurian); brothers, Marcus Hoskins, Dewayne Jones and Jason Zachery Sr.;nephews, Kaelin Lopez, Joshua Hoskins, and Dekalyn Medlock; niece, Zanyah Lewis; grandmother, Beulah Brown; aunt ,Johnny Faye Norwood (Nathan); uncle, Donnie Brown Sr. (Pamela); and a host of other relatives and friends.

  • FAMILY

  • John Jones, Dad
  • Traci Bagley (Regurian), Sister
  • Marcus Hoskins, Brother
  • Dewayne Jones, Brother
  • Jason Zachery, Sr., Brother
  • Kaelin Lopez, Nephew
  • Joshua Hoskins, Nephew
  • Dekalyn Medlock, Nephew
  • Zanyah Lewis, Niece
  • Beulah Brown, Grandmother
  • Johnny Faye Norwood (Nathan), Aunt
  • Donnie Brown Sr. (Pamela), Uncle

Services

14 May

Visitation

4:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Laurel Land Funeral Home

6300 South R.L. Thornton Freeway
Dallas, Texas 75232

15 May

Funeral Service

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Laurel Land Memorial Chapel

6300 South R.L. Thornton Freeway
Dallas, Texas 75232

Memories

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Rae Abdullah

May 13, 2021

Forever my angel... You fought a awesome fight now i pray your resting in peace. The girls and I love u always. RIP My Angel 👼🏾

Keith Fields

May 13, 2021

I remember growing up on Warren Avenue in Sunny South Dallas where my nextdoor neighbors was Pat and her three children Marcus and Staci&Traci.I was the only child but this was my extended family.I want y'all to know that The Fields Family is here for you and we will keep you in our prayers.
Much Love,
Keith Fields

Cori Simpson

May 13, 2021

Staci was a very sweet, loving person.
I remember she would make sure and call me to get her some Biofreeze from time to time to help with easing her aches and pains.
She also was always ready and willing to help during our various class functions.
She loved her 96 class and LHS.
What a beautiful soul is that of Staci!
Rest Well
God Bless

Nelwyn Walton

May 13, 2021

My Condolences goes out to You and Her Family, U will be missed and always be in My heart Gone but not forgotten Stacy, I can see U smiling right now. Yes memories from Girls Club days. Rest in Peace in Heaven.

Sharunda Roston

May 13, 2021

I’m so sorry I know this hurts... we all have some great memories especially from the girls club. May she Rest In Peace

Latoya Manzay

May 13, 2021

My sincere condolences and prayers to you and the family. Staci Hoskins-Lewis was always kind, and smiling from the first time I met her at Janiyah birthday party. She did not meet a stranger and was always so down to earth. Sending my love and prayers. May God give you strength!!!!

Ronda Wilson

May 13, 2021

You have my deepest condolences, I’m so sorry to hear this news. Praying for your strength and understanding 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽

Kaelin Lopez

May 13, 2021

It saddens me to know that I will no longer hear you laugh in this lifetime. But it does bring me comfort that you can be with your mother and uncle again, who we also miss so very much. One day, we will join you up there with everyone.. just make sure you save us some kool-aid covered pickles like we used to do when I was younger! We’ll see each other again auntie, fly high you beautiful soul. Love you always

Cherbritta Dennis

May 12, 2021

Stacy was a great teammate and friend. Always smiling and was great at pleading her case... Coach would always tell her Baby Come on Out! Going to miss you sweetheart rest well.. Love you always!

Jason Zachery

May 12, 2021

Staci was always happy no matter what was going on goog or bad she would still and stay happy that just how she was as a person.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

Marcus, Traci, Staci at Grandi’s house for Christmas.

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John, Jackie, Chookie, Marcus, Traci and Staci at Grandi’s for Christmas

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Traci, Marcus, Staci
We were at Mt Horeb Missionary Baptist Church on Carpenter Ave Dallas,TX
Graduating from Pre-school.

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The twin at it again on the Huffy bikes in front of Grandi’s house.

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Staci’s Kindergarten picture at Phyllis Wheatley Elementary.

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The twins at somebody’s Church Easter program. Looks like Staci forgot her speech and Traci really don’t wanna go up next.

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Marcus, Staci, Traci, Lil Donnie, Chookie, and John in front of Grandi’s Tree.

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Traci, Marcus, our Mother and Staci.
I’m sure this was on a Sunday after church service.

FROM THE FAMILY

Staci’s Third grade school picture at Phyllis Wheatley Elementary.