Stacy Lynn Wheeler

March 3, 1971 ~ August 23, 2021

Stacy Lynn (House) Wheeler, age 50, of Fredericktown, Missouri passed away, Monday August 23, 2021, at Christian Northeast Hospital in St. Louis Missouri. She was born on March 3. 1971, in Farmington, Missouri to Willard and Eileen (Black) House.

Stacy loved helping others, she never met a stranger. Stacy enjoyed reading books.

 She was preceded in death by her parents, Willard, and Eileen (Black) House.

Stacy is survived by her loving husband Chris Wheeler, children; Kaytlin (Todd) Hulsey, Brady Poucher and stepson Brandon Wheeler, siblings; Jeannie (Dale) Blair, Willie House, and lots of family, cousins, friends and a niece survive.

Visitation will be Thursday, August 26, 2021 from 5 P.M. until Service time of 7 P.M. at C. Z. Boyer & Son Funeral Home in Bonne Terre with Pastor Troy Coke officiation.

 Arrangements are under the direction of C.Z. Boyer & Son Funeral Home – Boyer Chapel in Bonne Terre. Face masks are not required but recommended.

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  1. There are so who bring light so great to the world that even after they are gone the light remains,.  When friendship leaves us through death we feel cheated in life.  We was more then classmate, and I’m so thankful of our childhood and adulthood of memories, No one ever really dies as long as they took time to leave us with fond memories I love you and I can’t wait to see you again someday knowno one ever really dies as long as they took time to leave us with fond memories I love you and I can’t wait to see you again someday , Jeno  Johnson 

  2. I feel like you had a rough row to hoe all your life, Stacy—just hearing some of the things you told me of your past. You turned a lot of your sadness into humor and then, sadly, took a different road for a while. You lost a lot going down that path. And you hurt many along the way. But I was always rooting for you to turn things around—even if the damage couldn’t be undone. Before the end it seems you had turned your life around finally, though that didn't make things a whole lot easier because I know you still had to deal with the repercussions of past choices. Again, a tough row to hoe. Within the last 4 months you had friended me on Facebook and even tried to give me a call. How I wished I’d been able to take that call and hear your voice again, and know that you were better and that you could laugh—and make me laugh—again. That was definitely a gift you had, making others laugh. I’m sorry there were things in your life that made you disappear/be someone else altogether for years. As you were coming back to you Covid came and took you away. I just hope, now, that you no longer hurt or grieve or feel unloved. I hope you have peace and joy in heaven. See you on the other side, friend. 

  3. Stacy was my oldest and dearest friend. I had known her for almost 40 years. From our days of working at the Hospital together, through the births of our children and the many adventures we shared, there was never a dull moment. She was one of the sweetest, kindest souls the Lord ever put on this earth. She was always there for me, during the good and the bad. She was truly one of a kind, and made a lasting impression on everyone she met. She was like the sister I never had. I am going to miss her deeply, but I know in my heart she is in Heaven taking care of everyone she meets, and making them smile just like she always did. My life will not be the same without her in it. She never judged anyone and always made me laugh. I will always love and respect her for who she truly was and I will always keep her memory alive. I lost my best friend, but Heaven gained a wonderful wonderful Angel.

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