Stacy wilson obituary |In my life, you were always a bright spot. Hence, the intense discomfort. Even acknowledging and accepting your passing took some time. Stacey, I miss and love you. For the first time in my life, I felt like I had a real family in you. The family of Stacy Elaine Wilson is saddened to announce that she will be laid to rest on December 8th, 2021 at Rhode Island Hospital.
It’s been six decades since Providence’s Island Hospital went out on a high note. Providence, Rhode Island is where she was born and raised. Myrtle Wilson was the daughter of Myrtle Wilson and the late Willie Howard Wilson (Montague). Florence Wilson, Gregory Wilson, Darlena Diarra (Wilson) and Deana Wilson were her siblings.
Wilson. George Arthur Louis the III Wilson and his wife Alisa Denise Harley (Wilson) and their son-in-law, David Rae Harley, are the only surviving members of her immediate family. Her four grandchildren, Tyreek Lamant Wilson, Heaven Denise Alston, Jawain Alston, and Madison Rae Harley, all said she was the best mother in the world. She also departs without a trace.
Other siblings, nieces and nephews she adored, and a host of other loved ones and friends who will miss her greatly.
My thoughts and prayers are with Stacey’s family at this difficult time. Georg sprang out of his bed when we had slumber parties at the large farm house near Harlan and told terrifying stories.
nothing and terrified us all.
Stacy, Shay’s husband, passed away early this morning after a courageous battle with cancer. Stacy battled cancer for three and a half years, giving it everything he had. Stacy was a devoted husband and father who valued his relationships with his children above anything else. He departed away leaving behind his wife, Shay, and their two sons.
each of them are under the age of 3. As a result of Stacy’s lack of life insurance, Shay is now responsible for the costs of her mother’s burial and the care of her three children. They didn’t ask for anything during the course of the conflict. They
They paid for all of the treatments, hospital stays, doctor visits, and other expenses that come with battling cancer on their own.
In my opinion, Shay is a wonderful person. She is a generous person who would gladly lend a helping hand to anyone in need. She’s a wonderful mother, wife, and best friend. She is in desperate need of the support of her community.
To assist Shay give her husband the send-off he deserves and alleviate some of the financial hardships she will be facing in her new normal, we ask that you please consider making a donation.
If you’re unable to contribute financially, please remember this family in your prayers and send them your best wishes.