Celebration of Life
Saturday, Dec. 22, 2018
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Pamela Squires
630 Fountain St.
Sewickley, PA
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Stacy Ann Squires (Brown), 65, passed away Friday, Nov. 9, 2018, after a brief illness, her family announces with great sadness. To the delight of her parents, Stacy was welcomed into the world Oct. 27, 1953. Stacy grew up in Sewickley, attended Winchester Thurston, Sewickley Academy, Bradford Junior College and finally graduated summa cum laude from Dickenson College in Carlisle, Pa. Stacy worked at Kaufmann's and quickly moved up the ladder to become a vice president. After retiring at the age of 40, fueled by her passion for needlepointing, she became a partner in the Porcupine, a beautiful needlepoint shop located in Sewickley. She adored her partners and going to work every day was a joy for her. Always extremely talented and creative, along with her needlepoint, Stacy became an exquisite beader, creating gorgeous jewelry. When her husband, Jeff, took a new job in Atlanta, Ga., Stacy put down roots and made a gorgeous home. She later opened her own needlepoint shop, The Nimble Needle. Stacy was a passionate gardener who loved her orchids. At home, you could hear her favorite operas playing throughout their home. Mother-like in nature, Stacy remained close to both her younger sisters. Her loving smile and sweet laughter will be greatly missed by many. She will be forever remembered by her parents, Jack Squires and Barbara Squires, her sisters, Lisa Squires Deering and Pamela Squires; her husband, Jeffery Brown; nephew and nieces, Nicholas, Elizabeth and Katie; as well as her brother-in-law, Larry Deering; and her many friends.
A celebration of Stacy's life will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 22, 2018, at her sister's home, Pamela Squires, 630 Fountain St., Sewickley, PA. Anyone who knew Stacy is welcome to stop by and help carry on her legacy of friendship and joy. We will be dedicating a blooming tree and a bronze plaque in memory of her ever-blooming love and care for others.
Published in Sewickley Herald on Dec. 6, 2018
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