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Stacy Lyn (Silverman) Evans
November 3, 1965 ~ January 27, 2024 (age 58) 58 Years Old
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"Stacy Lyn Evans, 58, passed away suddenly on January 27, 2024. She was born November 3, 1965, the daughter of William and Shirlie (Fagel) Venne in Superior, Wisconsin.
Stacy was a smart and lively girl, and grew up to be a magnetic personality who easily made new friends. She later married Robert Evans, and they had two daughters prior to separating but remained lifelong friends.
Stacy loved being with her kids and grandkids. She was known by many as the neighborhood Mom. She had a kind heart and ensured everyone felt loved. She had a passion for family, friends, and animals of all kinds. One of her greatest loves was her four-legged best friend, Sadie, who preceded her in death.
Stacy's humor was unmatched. When she wasn't playing music (just a little too loudly) or having a deep conversation, she was often found playing Candy Crush, cribbage, soduko, and gin rummy.
Stacy is survived by her fiancée David Bradford, former spouse Robert Evans, her daughters Jessi (Aaron) Evans-Grant and Montana Evans, step-son Shawn Conlin (and family), her very much-loved grandchildren Braedyn, Jacen, and Damien, as well as many grand-cats, her mother Shirlie (Ron) Elliot and father William (Lori) Venne, her sister Amy (Troy) Silverman and their daughter Leah, and many friends who loved her dearly.
There will be a celebration of life in the springtime, with information to come at a later date from her family.
Any donations are greatly appreciated and should be directed to one of her daughters, who will accept on behalf of the family for necessary costs."