Hillside Funeral Home West

2929 West Thirteenth Street, Wichita, KS


Stacey Roberta Lindner

September 23, 1982June 4, 2019

Stacey Roberta Lindner, 36, former CMA/CNA at Assisted Living Facility, passed away on June 4, 2019. She was born on September 23, 1982 in Des Moines, Iowa to James A. and Julie M. (Cleven) Lindner. Stacey was a lover of animals, photography and an encourager to Law Enforcement Officers. Preceded in death by grandparents: Bob and Nancee' Cleven and Hans Lindner and nephew, Jonathan Lindner-Richman. Survived by her parents: Jim and Julie Lindner; brother: Jim (Carol) Lindner II; sister: Christina (William "B.J.") Anderson; nieces and nephews: Allison, Abigail, Aaron, Samuel, Elizabeth, Joanna and many great aunts, uncles and cousins Celebration of Life Service: 11 a.m. Saturday, June 8, 2019 Country Acres Baptist Church, 8810 W 10th St. N., Wichita 67212


  • Funeral Service Saturday, June 8, 2019


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Kayla Nickel

June 8, 2019

We are thinking of you today! My heart breaks for you all! Stacy was such a sweet sweet person. Asking God to give you extra comfort.

Carla Berges

June 8, 2019

Stacey was a kind and sharing person that was not with us for a long period of time. She is now helping God and is enjoying the time with the people she has lost. Stacey will be remembered by all of us and we will join her at a later time.


Carla Berges, Frances Lindner and family

Charity Kariuki

June 6, 2019

I worked with Stacey at Lakepoint closer to an year and she was the best work mate.She always made our bad days more pleasant .I will surely miss her.My condolences to her loved ones.Rest with the angels Stacey,till we meet again.

Rachel Cleven

June 5, 2019

Stacey is my cousin and always knew how to make me laugh. Even though we lived far from each other, whenever I would see her we created so many fun memories. One of my favorites was being in Lake Delavan and we couldn’t get our boat out of the water and it had started to storm and the tornado sirens went off and me and my sister were scared because of tornadoes and Stacey brought us into a building at the Marina and calmed us down, hugged us, and tried to make us laugh. She reassured us nothing bad would happen and shared stories about the tornadoes they get at home. I’ll never forget that, she took care of us and made sure we were safe. I love you so much Stacey, may you finally Rest In Peace. Thank you for blessing me with your kind heart and soul ❤️

Murray Ritland

June 5, 2019

I first met Stacey when she and her parents came out to Wyoming for a visit. They all enjoyed Wyoming, you could tell that right away. My favorite recollection is the time I rode my Harley over to my in-laws, Dennis and Sue Williams, to visit with the Lindner family. They all fell in love with my Harley and all wanted pictures of them on it. We had a great time. Stacey and her parents were very fun to be around. I treasure the Mustang dashboard replica that Jim brought me on one such visit. Heaven has gained another angel, RIP Stacey.