Vicky Stacey

May 28, 1951 - August 11, 2020

Vicky Stacey

May 28, 1951 - August 11, 2020

Vicky L. Stacey, 69, of Toledo, OH passed away Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at Heartland of Perrysburg.  She is preceded in death by her loving parents: Woodrow P. Stacey and Lucille R. (Sanborn) Stacey and her brothers: Richard Sanborn and Terry Stacey.  She is survived by her brother: Donald Stacey Sr., her daughter: Kristy (Stacey) Boring, (her son in law Robert Boring), her grandsons: Daniel Cundick Jr and Christian Cundick, niece: Theresa Stacey and her nephews: Scott Stacey, Randy Stacey, Donald Stacey Jr. (Sandy), Ronald Stacey (Neysa), Rick Nickless (Renee) and many more loving family members.  She loved her family so much her loving cousins all the Stacey’s, Stacy’s and Rodriguez’s.  She loved her dog’s and cat’s, crafting, Elvis, playing games on her kindle.  She worked at Sears at the Woodville Mall until she retired and prior to that she was a beautician since high school.  The family would like to thank Heartland of Hospice in Perrysburg for keeping her comfortable and leaving her to go in peace.  We would also like to thank Habegger Funeral Services for everything.  To send flowers or condolences contact Scott Stacey or Kristy (Stacey) Boring.  Habegger Funeral Services is honored to serve the Stacey family.  We encourage you to share a fond memory or condolence by visiting www.habeggerfuneralservices.com

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4 responses to Vicky Stacey

  1. Vicky was an amazingly sweet Lady. She lived next door to me years ago. Her Daughter Kristy and I are friends. My prayers are with the entire family. There are really no words that can be said other than she is with Jesus and there is no better place to be than that. Peace be with you all.

  2. Vicky you and I has been there for each other in the tough times and good times ..May you rest in peace .You will be missed dearly…. Dorothy Heather Eternity Sharon

  3. Chris Falbo says:

    My dear cousin Vicky. I am going to miss you and will never forget you. I fondly remember the summer picnics and the 4th of July fireworks on the river bank. You also had so much passion on our family tree. I am happy to say that you got me interested and have followed through. I have traced our ancestry back 8 generations. My heart aches knowing that you will not be around at future gatherings but I have many good memories to carry me through. Until we meet again on the other side. Love and miss you dearly.
    Chris

  4. We worked together at sears. She was always so pleasant to be be around. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.

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