Stacy Lynn Thiel

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Stacy Lynn Thiel, 30, of Ludington, passed away Friday, June 22, 2012, at home. She was born Dec. 15, 1981 in Midland, daughter of Timothy and Cindy (Wolfe) Thiel and came to Ludington with her family in 1998.

Stacy attended Midland High School until they moved to the Ludington area, then attended Ludington High School where she graduated in 2000. Stacy began working at the young age of nine, with her first job being a paper route. Stacy always enjoyed being a hard worker. She devoted seven years to the Ludington Home Depot in customer service, and was currently working at Advance America. Stacy was planning on enrolling into the business management program at West Shore Community College, but her life was cut short before she got that opportunity. She was an avid fan of all sports and was very athletic growing up.

Stacy leaves behind her beautiful 2 1/2 year old daughter, ToriAnn Marissa Thiel; her fiance, Andrew Noonan, who was planning on marrying Stacy this fall; her parents, Timothy (Cindy Thiel); twin sister, Lisa Sue Thiel (Derek Brimmer), sisters, Tara Marie Thiel (Ryan Graham), Sarah Jo Thiel; and brother, Cameron Thiel, all from Ludington. Stacy enjoyed animals and leaves behind her special dog, "Ally;" her grandma, Vivian Guckak of Midland; grandma and grandpa, Pat Thiel of Ludington; her very special nieces and nephews, Tyler, 12, Alissa, 9, Hayley, 8, Zachary, 4, Brody, 2 1/2, and Briella, 6 months, with another nephew to be expected in November; and several aunts and uncles. She was preceded in death by her very special Aunt Marylin and Grandpa Guckak, both from Midland.

A celebration of life will be held in memory of Stacy from 4-6 p.m. on Wednesday June 27, 2012, at Oak Grove Funeral Home.

Final interment will take place in Midland, at a later date at the Midland Memorial Gardens.

A trust fund is set up for her daughter, Tori Ann Marissa Thiel at the Shelby State Bank in Ludington. Stacy will be greatly missed by her fiance' Andrew, who shared that she was a loving mother, daughter, sister, aunt and best friend.

The family has entrusted Oak Grove Funeral Home & Cremation Center with arrangements.

Published in Midland Daily News on June 26, 2012
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