Stacy Lynn Clinton

November 4, 1975August 4, 2018
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Stacy Lynn Clinton was born on November 4, 1975 and passed away on August 4, 2018


  • Visitation Tuesday, August 7, 2018
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Stacy Lynn Clinton

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Tracy Stidham

August 7, 2018

Photo shared by her dear friend, Weslynn Aydlett. Rest in Peace Stacy. We will always remember your smile, sense of humor and your wonderful spirit.

Angel Walker

August 6, 2018

My husband and I first met Stacy when she worked for Imaginenation in Mansfield. She was about to move to a new facility and we were trying to decide where to put our then 3 year old daughter. She said that she would put her on track to read by first grade! Wow! To say we were impressed would be an understatement. Our daughter Avery was the first child in her new class at the new location and I remember how small Emily was and how her and Avery played together during those first few weeks until others joined the class. Fast forward a few months and Stacy was leaving to a public school to finish her degree. We were sad that she wouldn’t be with Avery for pre K but decided to move to the private school as a result. We kept up with each other as time passed and to our surprise we found out she was coming back to the private school as Avery’s first grade teacher!!!! Stacy came to her kindergarten graduation and Avery loved giving her hugs kinder year and her whole first grade year. You loved her as your own and gave me priceless advice from one mom to another. You were truly a disciple of Christ here on earth. We love you. We will miss you terribly. Avery will carry her memories of you forever. Thank you for all the love you showed by your example and all the children you have made better for having been in your presence.

Madeline Clinton

August 6, 2018

Stacy and I first met in 1994 she worked at a daycare there in Tyler and so did my daughter Cyndi. Cyndi introduced Stacy to Jim my son and on Dec 30th Jim and Stacy married. Five years later, in 2000, a miracle happened, Stacy had a child Aimee, in 2010 we received another miracle in the form of Jay, and then our third miracle in 2014, Emily. I say miracles because Stacy was never supposed to have children and she has three beautiful children. I told Stacy many times she was my Ruth. When Naomi lost all her family her daughter-in-law Ruth stayed with her and took care of her. Stacy was like that, she took care of me and stayed with me, she was a blessing to me. You are missed so much here on earth; your life reflects your love and your devotion to God, your family, friends, and your job. Good night my daughter, rest now for your race is won; we will see you tomorrow in heaven.

Stacie Benson

August 5, 2018

Stacy and I met in elementary and went to Dogan Middle 6th grade. We were always home roomed together because of our last names. I always remembered her, due to us sharing a 1st name, but couldn't find her on social media when I looked until now. I am so hurt to hear this and especially to see her old photo brings back so many memories. I am praying for you all.

Malanie Dean

August 5, 2018

We met at Stewart middle school. We had social studies together, she kept me on track in class. Later on in high school we were in blue brigade together. We would cheer at the football games in town and out of town. We had so much fun! 1994 our senior year of high school she introduced me to tommy. The best thing that ever happened to me! She knew me well enough to pick my husband for me. Her mom and dad, they raised her right. Kay is the most precious person to me, true proverbs 31 woman! Karl loved his family. Big Rangers fan and loved the fire department.
Kay, you are a remarkable woman! We love you. Stacy, heart of gold, angel watching over us, till we meet again, I love you!

Tommy Dean

August 5, 2018

I met Stacy over 23 years ago when I went on a blind date with one of her friends. That date didn’t go so well, so she introduced me to another person on the next date that became my wife of the last 23 years. Stacy has always been a good friend to me and my family. Her family has become my family as well. Her parents treated myself and my wife like we were their own children. Her father Karl, and mother Kay are special to me. When I watch the Rangers play baseball, I think of Karl. When I see Kay, she always tells me how much she loves me. Stacy is an example of the great people who raised her. She always made me feel welcome, and I will always be grateful to her and will miss her dearly. Love you hun, and will see you again