Staci Leeann Ludlow
Whitewright - Staci Leeann Ludlow, a loved, free spirted soul passed away from this life too soon at the age of 30 years old in Whitewright, Texas. Staci was born to Aquanetta Ludlow and Jimmy Crow on March 4, 1991 in Ada, Oklahoma.
Staci was a cheerleader at Durant High School along with being a proud graduate of, The Class of 2009. She was full of adventures; you never knew what she was going to do next. She was very much an outdoor person, she enjoyed riding motorcycles, spending time by the river, and working out at IronFed Fitness. She loved being with her boyfriend, Joshua Wyatt, and spending time with her dog, Giorgio. Staci being a bartender, she enjoyed spending time with her friends, who she considered her family. Staci was always right at home and happy on the patio at Holly's Border Bar in Colbert, Oklahoma. Everyone that knew Staci knew her love for her fake lashes, they were her signature look. Staci will be dearly missed by all who's lives she touched.
Staci is survived by her Mother, Aquanetta Ludlow of Denison, Texas, Father, Jimmy Crow of Odessa, Texas, Boyfriend, Joshua Wyatt of Sherman, Texas, Grandmother, Linda Hornsby of Calera, Oklahoma, Great-Grandmother, Pearlyne Carnes of Durant, Oklahoma, Aunt, Missy Butler of Sherman, Texas, Cousins: Skyler Perkins of Durant, Oklahoma, Blade Perkins of Durant, Oklahoma, and Cody Carnes of Durant Oklahoma. Staci is also survived by her numerous friends and family.
Staci Leeann Ludlow's funeral service will be held at 10am Thursday, April 15, 2021 at Holmes-Coffey-Murray Funeral Home in Durant, Oklahoma with Jesse West officiating. Honorary pallbearers are, Joshua Wyatt, Bryan Means, Taylor Downs, Wade Cole, Hunter Rambo and Court Ammerer. Services will be live streamed on Holmes-Coffey-Murray Facebook page.
The family has asked all those who have motorcycles to please ride them to the funeral in honor of Staci as we will have a certain area for you to park, displaying all your love, for any questions contact Holly at Holly's Border Bar.
Published by The Herald Democrat from Apr. 14 to Apr. 15, 2021.