Stacy A. Russell, 36 of Noblesville, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, December 6, 2023 surrounded by her loving family. Stacy was born October 30, 1987 in Indianapolis and was a graduate of Hamilton Southeastern High School, where she was involved in softball, cheerleading, and diving. She attended the University of Southern Indiana, Ball State University, and the Aveda Institute. Stacy currently worked as an administrative assistant at IBEW Local #1393.
Stacy was best known for her free and adventurous spirit, her bright smile, and a contagious laugh that will be missed by so many. She loved music, dancing, and attending concerts. She loved spending time outdoors, but being at the beach was her favorite. She cherished her roles as auntie to her nephew and nieces, and as mommy to her dog babies and kitty. Stacy was so incredibly funny– witty and sarcastic, and just the most loyal and compassionate friend. There was no one who loved their family, their friends, and life itself, more fiercely than Stacy.
A funeral Mass will be celebrated at 11:00 am Thursday, December 14 at St. Simon the Apostle Catholic Church. Her family would like to encourage those attending to consider wearing bright colors to her service as a special tribute to her vibrant personality.
A Celebration of Life will be held from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm on Friday, December 15 at Flanner Buchanan- Hamilton Memorial Park, Prairie Waters Event Center.
Stacy is survived by her mother and step-father, Becky and Keith Lowry; father and step-mother, Kevin and Jeannie Russell; sister, Kristina and Dan Dalic; nieces and nephew, Charlie, Emma, and Annie Dalic, her doggies, Presley and Tucker, and her cat, Kitty; grandmother, Annette Russell; and a host of aunts, uncles and cousins. She was preceded in death by her grandparents, David Russell, Gerrie and Ronald Hitch, and her step-brother Benjamin Lowry.
Stacy’s family and friends offer their most sincere thanks to all the nurses and medical staff of IU Health Methodist 2 North, as well as the doctors and nurses in the CVCC for the wonderful care they provided Stacy.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Indiana Donor Network.