Penny wanted to say hi

Shared by Sam S on August 20, 2019
Hey Sweetie,
Penny had a hair cut today, so thought share a picture of her with you. She is sending you lots of hug, love and kiss xoxoxox
We love and miss you.

Missing you

Shared by Marilyn Petitpas on August 17, 2019
Stacie yesterday your mom had to put you in the ground.  So sad for all of us that new you and loved you. You were loved and are missed so much my heart breaks. Love you always  Auntie Marily

Missing you sweetie :(

Shared by Sam S on August 15, 2019
You’ve just walked on ahead of me
And I’ve got to understand
You must release the ones you love and care
And let go of their hand.

I try to cope the best I can
But I do miss you so much
If I could only see you
And once more feel your hand.
Yes, you’ve just walked on ahead of me

Rest in peace sweetie,
Just know that you are always loved
I miss not having you around
I will come see you soon with Roses
Always remembered and missed
xoxoxo

Stacie

Shared by Marilyn Petitpas on June 29, 2019

Stacie we miss you. Wish you were here

Gone but not fogott

Love you

Shared by Holly Petitpas on June 13, 2019

I Miss & love you pretty lady 

prayers for you

Shared by Sam S on March 30, 2019

Rest in peace sweetie, sending prayers for you.

Location of the incident

Shared by Sam S on March 20, 2019

Spent few hours hanging out with lovely Stacey, at the location of the incident yesterday. It was not an easy day, just like any other day. Still can't belief that she is gone forever.

Anyway if anyone would like to visit the scene, read below:

It happened on McKnight Blvd heading east, past 68 Street NE just before Exit sign reading "South Stoney Trail". Some pictures and a video clip have been added. Click the picture to see the video. If you still have question, please send me an email or call me. Please visit, she would love that.

For you, my sister

Shared by Andrea . on March 12, 2019

I visited the scene today to see it for myself as I still cannot beleive what happened and that you are gone. I left you some roses. I miss you. ❤️




My Beauty

Shared by Holly Petitpas on March 8, 2019

I still can’t believe your gone. I miss your pretty face everyday I feel like a piece of me died the day you left this world I have never felt more alone. You were the strongest woman I know and I miss you everyday it’s sad to know I have to live this life without you. I love you more than you will ever know and I am proud of the woman you were and I’m so grateful to call you my beautiful cousin who treated me like a sister. Happy National Womens Day!!

Happy Valentine's day Sweetie

Shared by Sam S on February 14, 2019

Wish you were here today.

Miss not having you around

Miss that nobody calls me at random times of night or day

Miss hearing your voice

Miss you sweetie


My niece Stacy

Shared by Marilyn Petitpas on February 4, 2019

oh how I miss your smiling face. I remember you cooking supper for us, you were a good cook my dear.Having breakfast with you and Anna at Humpty . The only time I can remember you being sad is when Anna wasn’t you.you were a great mom who loved her daughter very much, I know you tried really hard all your life to overcome obstacles. I wish I could of done more to help you my heart is broken like everyone who knew you. You are missed and loved. Your in gods hands now no more pain just smiles I love you . Aunt Marilyn

Happy Birthday Auntie

Shared by Jessica Lukin on February 1, 2019


Stacey was the best auntie anyone could ever ask for. I really miss you Stacey you are loved and missed by a lot of people everyday. I always looked up to you. You were and always will be the coolest auntie ever. Happy Birthday ❤️ forever loved and forever missed Rest In Peace Stace!

Happy Birthday Beautiful

Shared by Andrea . on January 31, 2019

I hope you are enjoying your special day! I love you and think of you every moment of every day!

Happy Birthday Sista!

Shared by Holly Petitpas on January 30, 2019

Happy Birthday Pretty Lady  

Stace I'm lost for words you are one of a kind my love. You are more like a sister than a cousin breaks my heart thinking about going through life without you. I remember all the good times living on the Northside together working at Edan waiting tables ordering pizza when we had no cash and starving you opened the box and started digging in when I tired the debit machine knowing it would decline lol  all the sleepless nights travelling to your house on the Southside causing trouble smashing into that Benz and we thought we weresmooth criminals running from the scene to getting called from police the next morning. haha you were my ride or die there for all the tough shit and picked me up when I was at my lowest and you never judged me. We shared the struggle and we felt one another’s pain no one will ever get me like you. Xoxo Beautiful muah... Holly

Lovely Stacey, gone too soon

Shared by Sam S on January 21, 2019

By Kelly M, 

My name is Kelly, and I had the privilege of working with Stacey. This terribly tragic event that has claimed Stacey's life has had a rippling effect - I too am grieving. It is hard to believe that this truly happened, and in such a senseless, profoundly heart-breaking manner. I have never met someone who tried as hard in life as Stacey did. I pray for her daughter and hope she will one day see all of the wonderful and meaningful things that people have to say and contribute to your website about her darling mother. It is my greatest wish that she gain strength and knowledge of the magnanimous woman Stacey was. Memories shared are how people live on. 

I have every faith that she is now watching over us all. Written below is an acrostic style poem for Stacey in addition to my own version of the inspiring young woman I got to spend quality time with. ...............................

There are no words that could begin to pay proper tribute or do justice in relaying what a brilliant, shining light Stacey was, and will continue to be. Her divine aura and disposition of grace was humbling, which could serve as a lesson for us all when we are in need of self-reflection. There could never be a human more pure of heart than she - it is unmatched. Stacey will eternally be remembered for the loving, benevolent mother she was and strived to be, and as a precious daughter of the universe. The stars will now shine that much brighter now that she is amongst them."

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