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Stacey Ann Karg Obituary
Stacey Ann Karg, 25, died Feb. 5, 2013, in Fort Collins. A Celebration of Life Service will be held at 11 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 11, at the Crook Community Center in Crook, with Pastor Dale Pierce officiating. Inurnment will be at a later date.

She was born Dec. 19, 1987, in Sidney, Neb. Stacey grew up on the family farm outside of Crook. She was raised in The United Church of Crook. She attended the Caliche Schools and graduated from Caliche High School in 2006 where she was a member of the National Honor Society and FBLA. Stacey received her Associates of Arts degree from Northeastern Junior College in 2009. She continued her education at NJC receiving her LPN license in 2011. Most recently Stacey attended Indiana State University Online pursuing an RN licensure.
Stacey will always be remembered for her beautiful voice and charismatic personality. Every person that Stacey met became her friend. She adored small children and treasured spending time with them. She was passionate about caring for the elderly. Stacey worked in this field for several years, most recently at Clare Bridge, Senior Living Community in Fort Collins. When not working, Stacey cherished spending time with her horses. She loved everything about horses, from spending time just lying on their backs in the sunshine to the thrill of barrel racing. Stacey was a gifted vocalist. She blessed the community with her talent at many rodeos, weddings and funerals. She enjoyed singing karaoke with her friends.
Stacey is survived by her parents, Jim and Gena Karg and Gay Yack; her brother, Jacob Karg; sister, Casey William of Sterling; stepsisters, Jennifer Rodine and husband Mark of Sterling, Julie Green of Honolulu, Hawaii, and JacQue Green of Sterling; grandparents, Patrick and Judy Noud of Crook and Marjorie Good of Sterling; six nieces and nephews. Stacey also leaves special friends, Bill and Denise Gaynor, Larry and Suzanne Mowry, Bob and Helen Duncan, Jim and Becky Santomaso and Dr. Charles Kopel. Stacey will be truly missed by her favorite four-legged friend, Tootsie.
Stacey was preceded in death by her grandparents, Elmer and Fern Karg and Loren Good.

A Memorial account has been established at the Sterling Federal Credit Union to benefit area nursing students. Contributions may be given to the family or sent to: Stacey Karg Memorial, Sterling Federal Credit Union, 822 W. Main St., P.O. Box 1086, Sterling CO 80751.
Chaney-Reager Funeral Home handled the arrangements.


Published in Journal Advocate on Feb. 8, 2013
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