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Stacy M. Grenier

Date of Death: January 10, 2022

Date of Birth: August 6, 1971

Biography:

Stacy M Grenier, 50, of South Paris Maine passed away on January 10th 2022 with her husband by her side.
Stacy had many medical issues over the last few years that she courageously hit head on and fought through
in order to be with family for as long as the lord would let her. For anyone that knew Stacy, knew that she
was a private person with little regard to any attention focused on herself. She was a brave and humble
woman that the world had the privilege to have known.
Stacy is survived by her Husband and Best Friend, Dennis (Dee) Grenier, Mother Rosemary McGall, Father
and Stepmother Robert & Rhonda Murphy, Father-in-law Reginald Grenier, Grandmother Marie Russell, her
children Bowe Murphy, Jonathan Creamer and Marie Charest, as well as her grandchildren that she loved so
much. Siblings and spouse’s; Michelle and Robert Lamoreau, Robert & Jess Murphy, Tina and Jamie Dubois,
Becky Dillingham. She also leaves behind her cousins/sisters Sabrina Thomas, Shirley Griggs and many
beloved nephews, nieces, and friends.
Stacy was a beautiful soul that touched many people. She was a daughter, a sister, a wife, a mother, a friend
and to some, a hero. She loved her family and friends with all of her heart. She forgave those that needed
forgiving and always gave the best of herself to the world. She enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren
and watching them learn and grow. Some of her favorite memories came from her grandchildren and the
activities they would do together, watching movies, going bowling, and just overall enjoying the laughter they
brought to her life. Mimi will miss you all and hopes that you remember the love she has for you.
Stacy loved watching movies with Dee, taking new adventures together such as new and creative places to
eat or places to explore. Dee and Stacy were inseparable and were truly the loves of lifetime. His passion for
her guided him through everything they experienced together and made her life here on Earth worth all the
craziness that was thrown at her. She was a horror movie buff and themed her wedding around that and got
married to her best friend on Friday the 13th. Her favorite character was Pennywise, but if you knew her, you
already knew that. Her family is honored that they chose each other to drive each other crazy, to respect and
love each other and whole-heartedly worship the other. Dee’s nickname for Stacy was Marbles and you could
always catch him stroking her hair. Recently she found a love for baking and shared her delicious creations
with the Altered Image Family as often as she was able. Stacy would crack a joke like no other and always had
something smart to say. She was strong, funny, independent and such a beautiful woman. As Dee would say,
“Stayin’ strong” To Stacy’s return “Living Long”.
We cannot possibly explain in words how this beautiful woman has touched our lives and made us all better,
but we can honor her by keeping her memories close to our hearts and remembering all the great times we
shared with her. Stacy was the strongest woman we have had the privilege to have known. If I could interpret
her message to the world through the people that truly saw her; it would be to never give up, never accept
less than you deserve, don’t let others determine your happiness, do not allow others to hold you down and
most important, appreciate the little things in life. She lived these values every day with grace and love. She
fought like no other and loved unconditionally. Stacy’s drive to always bring light to the darkness will forever
be in our hearts.
If I had to describe my wife in one word, I would say GRACEFUL!!
In leu of flowers, the family is accepting donations to help with service expenses. https://gofund.me/136ba54b

 

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