Stacie McClain

Stacie McClain, 45, passed away Tuesday, July 15, 2014.

MEMORIAL SERVICE: 2PM, Monday, July 28th, Lake Shore Funeral Home Chapel, 5201 Steinbeck Bend Dr., Waco, officiated by Reverend David Arnett of Bible Way Church in Waco.

Stacie was born July 30, 1968 in Memphis, Tennessee to Noah and Barbara (Spencer) Abernathy. She lived a full life and passed away peacefully at the age of 45. Through her years she gave birth to three beautiful children: Le’Anne, Allison and Allen. Stacie resided in Waco where she lived to play and love her four grandchildren as well. Stacie had a warm caring heart that no one could deny. She often spent her time writing poetry and loving others. 
Stacie McClain was loved by many. She had a big heart that always gave and looked for nothing in return. Her favorite thing to do was writing. She wrote poetry and expressed herself often. Her love for angels made her faith with the Lord a closer walk. She always cherished and loved her children and grandchildren as well. She was always a giver and helped so much. Her loving personality and warm smiles made anyone’s day a good one. She had many friends and loved ones that she left behind but she is not forgotten.   
 
She was preceded in death by her mother, Barbara Spencer.
 
Survivors include her children, Le’ Anne, Allison and Allen; and grandchildren, Daniel, Reigna, Caleb, Conner; Aas well as many nieces, nephews, and other family members

Cremation services entrusted to Lake Shore Funeral Home.

Place of Service: Lake Shore Funeral Home , 5201 Steinbeck Bend; Waco, TX 76708



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Condolence Messages

  1. Community Cancer Association

    Our sincere condolences on your loss.

  2. Marie Castillo- Grinie

    she will always be missed and loved.
    she is now with the angels.

    -Marie J. Grinie

  3. My heart has broken in a million pieces since her passing. She was my sister and best friend I loved her very much. I tried to save her as she called me her hero but this time I failed as this disease was to powerful. I visited her many times before her death from Georgia to Texas. She always had a smile and every minute of the time we spent was quality time. I cherish all those moments. We had a lot of fun together through the years. Only wish we had more time to make more memories but the illness was on a fast track it seemed. The only comfort I have is I will see her on the other side at the gate where we’ll never part again. Stacie I love you
    PK

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