Stacey  Smith

Obituary of Stacey Louise Smith

Stacey Louise Smith 

April 18, 1970 – September 21, 2022 


“Despite all the bad days and mean people, I still believe in good days and kind people.  Plus, there are always dogs.” 


Stacey Louise Smith, 52, passed away unexpectedly at Trident Medical Center. 


Stacey L. Smith, daughter of the late John P. Smith and the late Beverly J. Rickards, was a spirited, lovable soul with a heart of gold. 


Stacey was born and raised in New Jersey, then moved to the mountains of Pennsylvania and later to South Carolina.  


Stacey loved spending time at the home she shared with her loving fiancé, Mike P. Stockdale.  Stacey loved all of her animals and numerous sports teams.  Stacey was an avid fan of the Eagles, Phillies, Flyers, Clemson and Formula One. 


Stacey loved going to concerts with family and friends, and just genuinely loved taking care of her animals; Memphis, Bullet, Lexi, Sophie and Shelly McBubbles. 


Stacey is survived by her loving Fiancé Mike P. Stockdale, her sisters; Robin Scipione (Rudy) of New Jersey, Beverly McCarty of Michigan, Linda Savage (Rob) of South Carolina, Lisa Keller (KC) of Pennsylvania, and brother Chucky Rickards (Tina) of New Jersey, Aunt Naomi Pettit of New Jersey, many nieces and nephews, friends, and her dogs; Memphis, Bullet, Lexi, cat Sophie and turtle Shelly McBubbles. 


Family and friends are invited to say their farewells, until we meet again... 


"You won't remember me as a woman who kept her mouth shut, that's for sure!"


A Celebration of Life Service will be held: Wednesday, September 28, 2022 from 2pm-4pm. 

Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation & Burial Services: 7475 Peppermill Parkway, Ste E, North Charleston, SC 29418.   

In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made in Stacey’s name to the SPCA. 

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