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Stacie A Lucero
June 15, 1965 ~ October 23, 2023 (age 58) 58 Years Old
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SOUTH BEND- Stacie A Lucero was born on June 15, 1965 to the late Janon and Ben Lucero in South Bend, In.
She was a graduate of Brandywine High School. She then attended Engineering School in Pittsburgh, PA to become an Engineer for Conrail. From 1999-2012 she managed Club Landing. Stacie very much enjoyed her time working there and the people who became dear friends.
On October 31, 1999 she met Trina (Pratt) Lucero and they began their life together. They married on June 26, 2014, she survives. Also surviving are 5 brothers, Craig (Kathy) Sly, Ben “Steven” (Patty) Lucero, Dana (Jane) Lucero all of Niles, Mi. Marcus (Cheryl) Lucero of South Bend, Chris (Fauleen) Lucero of Logansport, In., 2 sisters Cindy (the late Robert) Depoy of Niles, and Rhonda (Mike) Brown of Columbus, Oh., 2 sisters in law Kristin Griggs and Dana (Neil) Molenda all of Mishawaka. Also preceding her in death were her Father and Mother in Law Donald Ensley and Karen Griggs.
Stacie loved music and was very talented. She played the saxophone and the drums. She enjoyed concerts and had recently found a love of cooking. Stacie fiercely loved her family. They were everything to her. She was Crazy Aunt Stacie to her many nieces and nephews. Whom she loved very much. She could light up a room with laughter and always make you feel special. Stacie was extremely close to her niece Dawn Baker whom she considered a sister. They lived together for many years. Her great nieces and also her God daughters Alexus Sly, Renee Baker, and Kenedi Baker had a very special relationship with Stacie.
Stacie fought a courageous battle against cancer for many years. Her strength, courage and determination to live was admirable. In the early hours of October 23, 2023 she left her pain behind and went home. She will forever live in our hearts
Elkhart Cremation Services are handling final arrangements. There will be a Celebration of Life at a later date. Announcements will be made regarding this event.