Stacey Mae Brown

April 16, 1984November 8, 2018

Stacey Mae Brown, Indianapolis, 34, passed away Thursday, November 8, 2018. She was born April 16, 1984 in Indianapolis. She is preceded in death by her grandparents, Gordon and Frances Harris and Frances Brown and her step-mother, Denise Brown. In August 2013 Stacey became a hero as she was the perfect match and donor of a kidney for her sister and a part of her will always live on with her sister, Becka. She was a sports fan, especially the Yankees, and was proud to attend Derek Jeter’s last home game at Yankee Stadium. Stacey could always talk sports to anyone. She also enjoyed coaching kickball and volleyball at Our Lady of Lourdes a few years back. Stacey had an unlimited love of music. She listened to everything, from Bruce to Phish, country, hip hop and rap. When Stacey was born she was 5 weeks early and is known by everyone to be late for everything since. She had a friendly smile, contagious laugh, and was known to be the best hugger. Stacey never met a stranger and no matter where she went, always ran into people she knew. She was proud of each of her recent 164 days clean and was honored to chair a meeting and proud to be part of the Carvel Club. Her family is grateful to those involved with her recovery in the Stability into Sobriety house on North New Jersey over the last 5 months. She would light up any room she entered and will be dearly missed. Her family would like to thank all of the heartfelt messages they have received during their time of sadness and heartbreak. Her contagious smile and laugh will be missed by all.

Stacey is survived by her mother, Nancy (Harris) Brown; father, Steven Brown; sister, Rebecka “Becka” Brown; partner, Glen Allman; 2 step-sisters, Nicole and Maikayla; step-brother, Zack; and many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

Visitation will be 4-8pm Monday, November 12 at Feeney-Hornak Shadeland Mortuary, 1307 Shadeland Ave. Indianapolis, Indiana 46219. Her Mass of Christian Burial will be 10 am Tuesday, November 13 at Little Flower Catholic Church, 4720 E 13th St. Indianapolis, Indiana 46201.


  • Gordon Harris, Grandfather
  • Frances Harris, Grandmother
  • Frances Brown, Grandmother
  • Denise Brown, Step-mother
  • Nancy (Harris) Brown, Mother
  • Steven Brown, Father
  • Rebecka "Becka" Brown, Sister
  • Glen Allman, Partner
  • 2 step-sisters; step-brother; and many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.


  • Visitation Monday, November 12, 2018
  • Mass of Christian Burial Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Stacey Mae Brown

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Judy Wheeler

November 11, 2018

Stacy and I graduated from high school together,but also she also was one of the main ones who helped donate money so I could go to Senior Prom

Andy Maciotok

November 10, 2018

She called me knowing that I would be down for a last minute road trip to see Jeter's last game. Despite her screaming as I drove her car through NY traffic, it was my most memorable game and favorite memory I have of her. Prior to this game, we haven't talked in 15 years. Our love for baseball erased that time. Now we will have to count on Heaven and baseball to get us through until the next time.

Kylie Haulk

November 10, 2018

I only recently met Stacey in the rooms of recovery but from the moment I encountered her I looked up to her bright smile and the happiness she gladly spread and shared with those around her. Addiction is a serious, terrifying disease and losing people is the harsh reality but Stacey was able to affect and touch many lives during her time in recovery and will be remembered for her beauty in sobriety. She was a genuinely beautiful soul and her smile will be missed by many!

Stephanie Murphy

November 10, 2018

I am sorry to hear about the untimely loss of your beloved dauggter. Stacy and I went to Scecina Highschool and graduated together. While I hardly talked to her nor hung out with her due to the hierarchy caste system of highschool the thing I always remember about her was she was always surronded with friends and always smiling. After highschool she briefly attended the University of Southern Indiana and I was fortunate to see her on campus and talk to her on several occasions. She was always very kind with a fire and passion for life. May God take Stacy into his loving arms and bring your family peace and comfort in the coming days.