Stacy Lyn Whitt

August 09, 1968 ‒ June 25, 2015

Mount Gilead, Ohio

Stacy Lyn (Siegfried) Whitt, age 46, of Mount Gilead, died Thursday morning, June 25, 2015, after a courageous four year battle with cancer.

She was born on August 9, 1968 to Howard “Rex” and Mary (Jordan) Siegfried. Stacy graduated from Mount Gilead High School in the class of 1986.

On February 16, 2008 Stacy married David Whitt.

Stacy is survived by her husband, David; children: Tony (Aja Larkin) Skatzes, Michelle (Mike Partlow) Skatzes, Bridgette Skatzes, Kelsey (Levi) Henderson, a special daughter: Jillian Channell and her family, Todd, Janet, and Tony, and a special son: Gil D’Avanzo; grandchildren: Evan, Jordan, Adison, and two on the way; parents: Rex and Mary Siegfried; brother, Dennis (Meiling) Siegfried ; a nephew, Corey; a niece Aileen; parent in-laws: Judy (Steve) Eckstein and Gene Castle; brother in-laws, Thomas Daniel and Shawn Whitt; sister in-laws: Tina (Keith) Paylor and Theresa (Jan) Waterer; special cousin and friend, Jennifer Kimmey; special friends: Susan Hunt Furman and Shana Parish; and many aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Family will greet friends on Tuesday, June 30, 2015, from 1 to 3 PM, at Bryn Zion Baptist Church. A celebration of life will be held at 3 PM with Pastor Jeff Hubschman officiating.

If desired, memorial contributions may be made in Stacy’s memory to Hospice of Morrow County.

Snyder Funeral Homes of Mount Gilead are honored to have been chosen to serve Stacy’s family and your condolences may be expressed to them by visiting www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com.

  • I am so sorry to hear about this. Stacy was always such a nice person.

    With deepest sympathies,

    Melody

    Phil 4:7

  • Thank you for being a friend. We had a lot of good times that I will always remember! You raised a great family and put up a great battle with cancer. Until we meet again.

    Love,

    Buddah

  • Sending our love and heartfelt sympathy to all of Stacy’s family. Her kindness and friendship were truly gifts. May God bless and comfort each of you.

  • Sending up prayers for the entire family. May God comfort you in this time of unbelievable sorrow!

  • We have been through some great times together! Tony probably wondered when we would ever leave the apartment on the weekends! I will never forget you! You are an amazing woman and your kids will always remember that! Til we meet again beautiful strong Stacy!

  • Stacy always was smiling..She was a wonderful woman!!! She was always nice to who ever she met!! My condolences to Her family and friends..

  • STACE –FLY HIGH and Watch over all of us ,I know that’s what you’ll be doing ,u had a heart of gold,u had friends EVERYWHERE!!!MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOUR FAMILY,WE’LL ALL SEE U AGAIN SOMEDAY, IN A MORE PEACEFUL PLACE THEN DOWN HERE

  • Be at peace dear lady. You and your family were such a welcome to us when we first moved here! What a fighter! God’s blessings to the family.

  • Stacy was a great friend and well be dearly missed. I pray for her family. She well always be in my heart.

  • A person that departs from this earth never truly leaves, for they are still alive in our hearts and minds, through us, they live on.

    Please accept my condolences, she will not be forgotten.

  • Your mom was a shining star to many people! Her smile was beautiful and she loved her family with all her soul! She was one of the strongest women we ever knew! Rest now Stacy, your home.

  • I’m so sorry to hear this Tony, Michelle, Bridgette and Kelsey. Your mom was a great person. Your families will be in my prayers.

  • So sorry and sad to hear she lost the fight !!! She had a heart of gold and a beautiful smile. She was a great friend. Prayers for her family . God Bless

  • Sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers be with you during your time of sorrow. I met Stacy when we went to college together. She was a wonderful person and I will miss her dearly. May God bless you and comfort you.

  • Stacy was a vibrant woman with such an outgoing personality who I have childhood memories from and will be dearly missed. Thoughts, prayers, and condolences to her family. Heaven received an angel today! God Bless!

  • You will be dearly missed. I always was so touched by your strength and love for others. May your comfort be complete in the Lords arms. May your family find peace during the following days.

  • Stacy thank you for your wonderful friendship , you where truly a angel here on earth . I always enjoy you coming into the pizza shop with your smile because it always made my day .. You will be miss.. You will alway be a part of my heart . Stacy your family will be in my thoughts and prayers .. No more pain and you fought a great battle .. Now you are home with our Father in Heaven.. God bless and love to all ..

  • Stacy I remember our talk just like it was yesterday that we had at graduation time. My heart is sad because the world and your family has lost such a beautiful person. But, God has took you in His arms so that you may rest. Thank you for loving my daughter as your own. You will always and forever be in our hearts.

  • Sending thoughts and prayers to your family . May you feel His presence and comfort during this time of loss .

  • I will always remember Stacy’s smile and her positive outlook. May eternal rest be granted onto Stacy oh Lord and may perpetual light shine upon her. May Stacy rest in peace. Amen
    Prayers for everyone.

  • My thoughts & prayers are with all the family. I did not know Stacy but I know Rex & Mary from when they were in high school. I’m so sorry for the loss of this dear loved one.
    Lynnda Skatzes-Hawkins

  • I had the pleasure of working with Stacy at Frontier and she was a very kind person…great heart and always positive. ..she will be missed. My prayers go out to her family.

  • As a previous coworker of Stacy, I just want to express my deepest condolences to her entire family. U have lost a very kind, fun loving & beautiful person, who loved her family more than herself. Stacy always had a smile & kind word for everyone she met,even when she was battling her awful illness. I pray that God comforts u all & wraps u n the knowledge that he felt it was time 2 end her suffering & allow her the ability 2 fly high as the angel n heaven that she was on earth. She will remain n the hearts of all those who were lucky enough 2 get to kno her. In closing, I want 2 sincerely say, I am sorry for ur loss & I am happy she graced my life. Suffer no more, Stacy & Fly High Beautiful Angel.

  • Stacy always had a smile on her face. She was a good, caring friend to me and a wonderful parent to her kids. She was such a courageous person – raising 4 kids by herself and then fighting cancer for years. She would be dearly missed, may God provide comfort to her soul.

  • Former co-worker of Stacy’s daughter Shelly. I am so sorry to hear about this. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. RIP Stacy♡

  • Now she is in Gods hands, May the lord be with her family, that they may have peace.

  • We are so sorry to hear about the loss of Stacy. May God shine his light on her and all of her family at this time. She fought a hard battle and was strong and courageous.
    Sherri and Cathy

  • She was so strong and such a fighter! I tried to make it a point to stop and see her whenever possible. She was an inspiration! My heart cries for your loss but know that she is in God’s loving arms now and watching over all of you!

  • Prayers to all the family. Stacy was an amazing person it was a great honor to know her and work with her. Enjoy your amazing wings you have and fly high! God bless

  • Words are at a lost. Rest in peacey friend your battle is over. You fought so hard and never gave up. I will miss you and see you again one day. Prayers and thoughts to your family. Gone but never forgotten.

  • Prayers and thoughts to Kelsey and the family. She will be an angel in heaven watching over all of you.

  • I worked with Stacy at Frontier. What a great person. We always joked back and forth. We had some great laughs together. I am deeply sorry for your loss.

  • I worked with Stacy and she was so sweet. She always had a smile no matter what. Prayers to the family. She will be missed.

  • Mary,
    So sorry about your loss of your baby. I saw her not to long ago. She said she was feeling good and thought she was in remission at that time. She was a very positive person.

  • My deepest sympathies to family and friends of Stacy. I have many fond childhood memories of growing up together on Vine Street. May she rest in peace.

  • What a privilege and honor it was to know and get to care for Stacy. She was and is such a brave courageous soul. My prayers are with all her wonderful family. Rest now sweet girl, and I’ll see you again.

  • He will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death shall be no more, neither shall there be mourning, nor crying, nor pain anymore, for the former things have passed away. Rev. 21:4
    Remembering Stacy’s beautiful smile and contagious laughter! God bless and comfort her family!

  • I meet Stacy when the children were small then we lost contact for a few years. Thanks to Facebook we reconnected. Stacy watch over with God you will be missed by all. Family remember the good times!

  • Such an honor to have know a great woman, she taught me dance as a child, an was an awesome neighbor and truly a great spirit!!!! We are sorry for your loss…. prayers for your family…. with love, Amanda West and family

  • So sorry to hear of Stacy`s passing. She was such a sweet person and always has been. I am thankful for the opportunity the past few years to reconnect and catch up. So will be missed. You all are in my thoughts and prayers.

  • My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. I am saddened by the loss of a courageous fighter. I got to see Stacy not too long ago and was thrilled to see her wonderful smile and sense of humor still going strong. I have tons of terrific memories from dance lessons and recitals. She was a great mom and friend. We now have another guardian angel to watch over us. She will be missed.
    Sending Hugs and Prayers your way.

  • Rex and Mary, So sorry for your loss . When GOD gives us our loved ones we are never certain how long we will have then on earth with us but HE gives us so many memories and such love that lives in our hearts forever. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.

  • May His peace and comfort surround you all. Deepest sympathy and prayers for this season.

    Love and prayers.

  • “A person that departs from this earth never truly leaves, for they are still alive in our hearts and minds, through us, they live on.” Please accept my condolences, she will not be forgotten. ❤️

  • She has won the battle. She is free of pain and heartache that this terrible disease brings. Lots of memories when we were in highschool band and watching our kids grow up. Always thought well of Stacy she was one tough lady. Rest well my friend until we meet again.

    Love, Keith, Deb, Kelsi, Caleb and Lindsey

  • Looking back I remember Stacy being a member of my class, the MGHS class of 1985. To my surprise my memory failed me, she was class of 1986. Stacy seemed to transcend all classes at the time, A friend to all, foe of none, “always in the know”. As if a ringleader of a circus, Stacy would organize, move, motivate, distract, involve, and accomplish. I recall a swiftness or quickness whenever Stacy was around, things were happening.

    With the news of Stacy’s death I am reminded that one by one the good people die and the world becomes a sadder less hospitable place. That’s just the way it is.

  • More sympathy is with you now
    Than words alone can tell…
    For those who share your friendship
    Share your recent loss as well.

    Sending love and hugs.

  • Prayers go out to the family of Stacy. She was a strong woman and always had that beautiful smile that warmed your heart. Your children are our friends and wonderful adults. Rest now my friend, you are free.

  • My prayers go out to the family. She was a lovely lady and had such a beautiful heart. A great mom who loved her children deeply. I am so sorry for your loss. She will always be remembered by many for her heart and kindness. You all our in our prayers.