Stacie Lynn Furgason, 45, of Pampa, passed away on December 18, 2021 in Amarillo.
Services will be 2:00 PM Wednesday, December 22, 2021 at First Baptist Church with Rev. Zac Greer, associate pastor of First Baptist Church and Nancy Ruff, pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Clarendon, officiating. Cremation will follow the service under the direction of Carmichael-Whatley Funeral Directors and Crematory.
Stacie was born December 3, 1976 in Groom. She graduated from Pampa High School in 1995. Stacie attended Clarendon College where she earned a certificate to be a CNA. She served as municipal judge in Skellytown for 4 years and has worked at several different companies over the years. Stacie was currently working at Panhandle Community Services and H & R Block. She also had a passion and a heart for caring for people. She was a private care giver and most recently she volunteered to help take care of one of her family members. Stacie enjoyed the outdoors, whether it be fishing, camping, or driving her jeep. She also enjoyed bowling with her family. She loved to travel and had an adventurous side to her. Her love was in her family, as she did whatever she needed to do to take care of each one of her kids. On May 14, 2006 she married Jacky Furgason in White Deer. Stacie will be missed dearly by all that knew her.
She was preceded in death by a nephew, Roy Tyler Jordan Reeves; grandparents, Alvin and Naomi Cornelison; great grandmother, Minerva Medley; father-in-law, J.L. Furgason; cousin, Michael Cornelison; and Christian’s father, Jeremy Blodgett.
Survivors include her husband, Jacky Furgason; son, Christian Reeves and wife Brittany of Skellytown; son, Nicholas Wells and wife Alexis of Pampa; daughter, Michaela Velasquez and husband Justin of Pampa; son, Payton Wells and wife Kiya of Edmond, Oklahoma; son, Joseph Furgason of Pampa; son, Jerritt Furgason of Pampa; 4 grandchildren, Lane Wells, Marloe Wells, Dezabella Wells, William “Liam” Reeves, and baby Benjamin James Wells is on the way; mother, Donna Gordy of Skellytown; father, Thomas Reeves of Pampa; sister, Michelle Duvall of Skellytown; brother, Troyce Reeves and wife Lorenna of Pampa; aunt and uncle, Lee and Brenda Cornelison of Pampa; aunt, Paula Burns of Pampa; aunt and uncle, Jim and Peggy Adkins of Pampa; her 2 best friends, Jessica Harris of Salt Lake City, Utah and Julie French; and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins.
Memorials can be sent to CASA of the High Plains, 315 N. Ballard, Pampa, Texas 79065 of Lupus Foundation of America, 2121 K Street, NW Suite 200,
Washington, DC 20037.
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