Stacey R Teufel

May 5th, 2024

Stacey Renee Teufel, age 52, of Bryant, Arkansas passed away on Sunday, May 5, 2024.

She was born in Dearborn, Michigan on September 2, 1971 to parents Randy Teufel and Sharon (Murphy) Teufel. She never married nor had any children.

Stacey is preceded in death by grandparents Charles and Edna Teufel and Theodore and Velma Murphy.

She is survived by her father, Randy Teufel; mother, Sharon Murphy-Teufel-Sturgis; brother and sister-in-law, Ron Teufel and Sheila Teufel; sister, Ginger Dailing; her nieces, Cassandra Gerwin, Sarah Radatz, Shaylin LaRoy and nephew; Aaron Teufel and extended family and many friends who loved her dearly.

Stacey graduated from Port Huron Northern High School and attended St. Clair County Community College. She later earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Psychology from Eastern Michigan University and her Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Western Michigan University.

Stacey lived in many cities during her life, including Lincoln Park, Woodhaven, North Street, St. Clair Shores, Ypsilanti, and Portage, MI, Little Rock and Bryant, AR, Jacksonville and Ponte Vedra Beach, FL. She traveled extensively throughout the United States as well as Europe and Nepal. After she graduated from college, Stacey and her father, Randy, took a trip to Europe for 14 days. She later also traveled to Katmandu, Nepal and hiked in the mountains with Sherpa guides.

While she never married, Stacey enjoyed spending time with her loved ones. She loved the Lord, and her nieces and nephew, and loved gospel music. She was an angel that walked among us. No one who ever met Stacey can forget her infectious smile and warm personality. There are many words that could be used to describe her: fun, spunky, witty, loving, strong, and so many more. She was a free spirit with an extraordinary mind who found herself in nature and parks, music and avid reading. She loved history and serenity and craved solitude when needed. Her many travels across the U.S. as well as Europe and Nepal are a testament to her adventurous and fun nature. She was a talented guitarist and singer who played in multiple bands with many great friends. She was truly a unique and one-of-a-kind person who will be missed deeply by so many. She will be remembered for her genuine and kind spirit and will be missed dearly in the hearts of all who knew her.

A memorial service will be held at North Street United Methodist Church at noon on Saturday, June 29, 2024 in North Street (Clyde), Michigan with a luncheon following.

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