Stacey Grant

Stacey L. Grant

1985 - 2021

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It is with profound sadness that the parents of Stacey Lynn Grant announce her passing at Maine Medical Center in Portland on July 13th, 2021 from an existing blood disorder. Stacey was born February 27, 1985, the daughter of Peter and Janet Grant Sr. Stacey attended Gardiner schools and graduated from Richmond High School. Stacey loved to cook and took culinary arts at Augusta Vocational and this gave her careers at places such as Brownies restaurant in Pittston and Red Robin in Augusta. Stacey was known for her hard work ethic and her love for helping others, putting herself last. Stacey had a natural gift for cooking and loved her family and friends like nothing else. She was happiest when cooking for them and also teaching her daughter Summer how to cook. The best time for Stacey was with Summer and mom Janet. Stacey and Summer could often be heard saying to each other "Love you to the moon and back" and "Love you more". Stacey loved camping, fishing, snowmobiling, 4-wheeling, skiing and all things in nature and the outdoors especially at the family camp in Blanchard; plus going for walks and swimming at lake Hebron. Adventure was in her genes. Stacey was predeceased by her grandmother Jolene Grant of Gardiner, and grandfather Richard Hall of Augusta, and her dearest friend Libby. Also, her ever faithful four-legged companions Odie and Zoe who are with her again and making her smile, and that brings some comfort to the family Stacey is survived by her parents Peter F. and Janet S.Grant Sr. and her beautiful daughter Summer Libby Ellis all of W. Gardiner; two brothers Peter F. Grant Jr. of W. Gardiner, children Timmy, Zack and Savannah and their families, Josh and Bobbi-Jo Grant and son Spencer of Sidney, her grandmother Isabel Hall and Aunt Linda of Augusta, and many other loving aunts uncles and cousins especially Lauren and inspirational Aunt Penny and cousin Shannon. The Mansir family, Pam, her second mom and Mark, who jokingly sang nursery rhymes to Stacey and whichever friend came to Willimantic camp with her (Kristina, Felicia or Libby). The sister she never had Kristina K. and family, and friends Emma, Janie, Trish, and Jess. Also, the Ellis and Lavoie families. All she loved so deeply beyond words; also, her younger years were shaped by her babysitters Cheryl A., Lisa P. (bean) and families she mentioned often and loved you all. Especially Ben, her brook fishing buddy (by hand under water). She was a tomboy. It took a village and she had one! The family would like to thank LifeFlight of Maine, Maine Medical Trauma Center, ICU Doctors, Nurse's, Spiritual Clergy, Caseworkers and staff that preserved Stacey's fingerprint and heart beat into forever keepsakes for the family. Also the folks at New England Donor Services for helping the family navigate and carry out Stacey's wishes to donate her organs. Direct Cremation of Maine made an impossible task easier. Words can't express our love and gratitude to all. Instead of flowers Stacey's love for animals could be better served by donating to A private family burial will be held and Stacey will be buried with her grandmother Jolene and a celebration of life will be announced at a later date. Stacey loved texting back and forth with Pam "Has anyone told you they love you today? I do."
A Memorial Tree was planted for Stacey
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Direct Cremation of Maine