Stacie Beverly Cameron Turner-Barton, age 46, was taken from our lives on January 30, 2023 at her mother's home in York, Nebraska. Stacie was born to Sandra and Ken Turner in Mesa, Arizona on July 28, 1976. She was raised alongside her siblings: David, Rob, Kellye and James.
She attended Mesa High School and received her diploma in 1994. She later took classes at Mesa Community College. She enjoyed writing and loved her English classes.
Stacie married Aaron Barton on February 3, 1996. Their daughters, Jayme (1995), Emily (1997), and Abigail (1999) were their pride and joy. Stacie took to motherhood like a bird to flight. It was always so easy for her to love. She was very proud of her daughter's, and they all resemble her in the best ways. Stacie was a wonderful mother and adoring grandmother.
Her sense of humor, contagious laugh, and light heart were admired by all who had the honor to be around her. Her free-spirit and resilience will continue to inspire so many. Stacie was wise, mindful, non-judgmental, and intentional. Her affection, support and nurturing energy have benefitted those close to her heart, which is a long list of people. Stacie was empathetic, kind to all beings, loyal and devoted. Throughout her life, she always stayed close to her Heavenly Father and her love for the gospel. She valued her spiritual connection through and through. If you had the privilege of being loved by Stacie, she made sure you knew it.
Some of her hobbies included, crafting, picking flowers, homemaking, and anything artistic or creative. Sewing and journaling were other happy pastimes. She also always made space in her heart for her many beloved cats.
Stacie accomplished a lot in her short time here on earth. Many of her key life moments stemmed from motherhood. She loved being a mother above all else. The unrequited love and understanding she had for her children were unmatched. She loved being a "Nannie" to her granddaughter. She cherished her relationships and devoted all of herself to her family.
Stacie also strived for personal growth. In the later years of her life, she experienced and overcame many struggles and obstacles. She worked hard to gain her sobriety and returned to her family the most authentic version of herself. In maintaining her sobriety, she was proud to be able to help others in their journey through similar circumstances.
Stacie is preceded in death by her father, Ken Turner, and survived by her mother Sandra, her siblings David, Rob, Kellye and James, her daughters Jayme, Emily and Abigail, her granddaughter, Macy and expected granddaughter, Sadie, nieces and nephews, and many other loved ones.
Stacie will be laid to rest in Queen Creek, Arizona by her loved ones.
"I'll be by your side whenever you fall. In the dead of night, whenever you call. My hands are holding you"
"Look for the lights of home"
"My cup runneth over"