Lacy Kay Sprang

July 21, 1982 ‒ July 21, 2019

Perrysville, Ohio

Lacy Kay Sprang, 37, of Perrysville, passed away Sunday, July 21, 2019 in Ashland. She was born on July 21, 1982 in Mansfield to Raymond Sprang and Nancy McBride.

Lacy graduated from Loudonville High School and after graduation earned her cosmetology degree. She was the Assistant Deli Manager for Kroger. Lacy loved spending time with her children. She enjoyed gardening and working her flower beds. She never met a stranger and her life motto was “Life is too short, be happy and live everyday as if it’s your last.”

In addition to her parents, Lacy is survived by her daughter, Rayna Rae Kurtz; son Rayson Matthew Evans; brother, Dustin Sprang of Loudonville; step- brother, Brian (Shelly) Sprang of Hartville; step- sister, Terri (Dan) Arnholt of Mansfield; her daughter’s father, Jeremy Kurtz of Ashland; nieces and nephews, McKenna and Daniel Arnolt and Ben and Sean Sprang.

Lacy was preceded in death by her fiancé, Matthew A. Evans.

The family will receive friends from 11 a.m. until the time of a funeral service at 2 p.m. on Thursday, July 25, 2019 at the Berean Baptist Church, 2145 Middle-Bellville Rd., Mansfield with Pastor Tony Pingitore officiating. A private burial will take place in Greenlawn Cemetery, Perrysville.

Donations can be made to Lacy and Matt’s Children’s Go Fund Me page at gf.me/u/uabnsp

To share a memory or send an expression of sympathy to the family visit www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

The Snyder Funeral Home, Lindsey Chapel, Loudonville is honored to serve the family of Lacy Kay Sprang.

 

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  • Kim and I are very sorry to hear of Lacy’s passing. We remember the many good times watching Lacy and Stephanie play volleyball. Are thoughts and prayers are with her children and her mother and father.

  • I am deeply saddened by the untimely passing of Lacy. Although I didn’t know Lacy I have known several extended family members. To her mother, father, brother and children I extend my sincere sympathy.

  • I worked with Lacy at the Sojourner Cafe in Loudonville, and she was an outstanding co-worker and fabulous cook. She always had a smile on her face and was fun to joke around with. My heart and prayers are with each of you, and I am so sorry for your loss.

  • Raymond and Nancy,
    So sorry to hear of the loss of your precious daughter. Hold on to the memories of her and she will always be close. Thinking of you and your families during this difficult time.

  • Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time. Lacy was a friendly sweet person to work with. Hearts are broken.

  • My heart goes out to all who loved Lacy.I will miss talking to her at krogers and seeing her pretty smile. She was always pleasant to be around, she always was so up beat .Hugs to Rayson and Rayna ,my heart hurts for these precious children.May God help u all through this hard journey .Bless u all, Jackie Montgomery

  • Lacy , I will miss her laughter at work ! She was always so happy all the time what a wonderful personality she had … she will be greatly missed I’m glad I got the opportunity to meet her , and work with her and getting to know her !

  • I am so very sorry for your loss. Lacy and my sister Jes were so close, and it seems she was always around when they were younger. She was so happy and fun to be with. I know she was an amazing friend to my sister. My heart breaks for you and Lacy’s children. May you find solace in each other during this difficult time.

  • Lacey was not only my boss at Kroger but she was my dearest friend. We always had a blast every time we worked together. She was one of the hardest workers I’ve ever known. Always made sure things were neat and tidy and got done and done right! I will always cherish that one last hug and I love you girl from her last Wednesday when I was loading up to move out of town. She always warmed the room up with her beautiful smile and her awesome laugh. The babies was always her conversation of how proud she was of their achievements. And how close she was to her parents. We shared a lot. My heart and prayers goes out to all the family.

    “Gone forever forgotten never.” I love you girl!!
    Donna McCabe

  • didn’t know her but knew Nancy went to school with her. may you find comfort and peace as you go through this difficult time.