Stacey Luta

Obituary of Stacey L. Luta

Wayland - Stacey Luta (Stackhouse) passed away on December 27th 2020. Stacey’s life may have been cut short, but she touched the hearts of everyone she leaves behind. She was born in Sayre, Pennsylvania on March 18th, 1978 to Holly and Harold Stackhouse. Stacey was loved and raised by her family, Jeanine and Scott Hill. Stacey worked as a CNA for many years before pursuing her nursing degree and graduating from Wayne Finger Lakes nursing program in 2005. She would continue to work in the healthcare field for the years to come. However her greatest accomplishments would be her children Dakota, Ethan and Riley! Stacey married her love, Benjamin Luta, in December of 2016 surrounded by close friends and family. She gained her two step sons Dawson and Tanner. They had a big beautiful formal wedding of Stacey’s dreams that following June, where they danced the night away with all of their loved ones. Stacey loved to take trips and camp with Daytona Beach, Virginia Beach and especially the trips to New York City with her daughter Riley. Most recently Stacey and Ben have enjoyed their camp site at Rainbow Lake at Allegany Mountain Resort! Stacey is preceded in death by her parents Holly and Harold, as well as her grandmother Genevieve Stackhouse, grandfather Norm Ammerman and lifetime friend Sharon Bell. She is survived by her husband Benjamin and children Dakota, Ethan, Riley, Dawson and Tanner. Her unofficial parents Jeanine and Scott Hill, her Aunt Dorothy Wilcox, Sisters Chasity Green( Donnie), Sierra Derr, Katherine Derr( Bobby), Brothers Robert Stackhouse and Donald ( Travica) Fullmer, her many nieces and nephews, as well as her close and loving friends Jude Adams and Robin Richardson. Stacey’s funeral services will be private and at the convenience of her family. Contributions in memory of Stacey L. Luta may be made to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital PO Box 1893 Memphis, TN 38101-9950.

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Stacey's funeral services will be private and at the convenience of her family.
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