Stacy Graham 1976-2019 On March 2, 1976 in Cherokee, Iowa a beautiful baby girl was born to Roger and Charlene (Bolte) Looker, they named her Stacy Diane. Stacy departed this earthly world on November 27, 2019 in Lincoln, Nebraska. Although Stacy entered into eternal peace at the young age of 43, she packed a lot of life into her given years. Stacy's early years were spent in Cherokee and Council Bluffs before the family settled in Essex. She graduated from Essex High School with the Class of 1994. She later went on to attend Southwestern Community College where she received her LPN and Iowa Western Community College where she received her RN degree. In April of 1995 she was united in marriage to Michael Graham. This union was blessed with the birth of four children; Lexi, Abby, Lindsay and Riley. The couple later divorced. During her high school career Stacy worked at Hy-Vee, she later worked at the Stanton Nursing Home as a CNA, was an OB Nurse at the Shenandoah Medical Center and later was an RN at the Ambassador in Sidney. She also worked as a RN for Good Samaritan Care Center in Red Oak, Welcov Home Health and AseraCare Hospice. Some of Stacy's passions included being a mom, reading, watching movies and doing a daily coloring picture on an App on her phone. Stacy was preceded in death by her beloved mother Charlene; special aunt Verlene Looker and her grandparents. Fay and Neva Looker and Glen and Genevieve Bolte. Those left to cherish her memory include her children Lexi, Abby, Lindsay and Riley; her father Roger; sisters Michelle Collins (Erin) and Kim (Kirt Manion); many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Funeral Services were held at 2:00 p.m. on Monday, December 2, 2019 at the Hackett-Livingston Funeral Home with Pastor Rick Sleyster officiating. Burial followed in the Essex Cemetery. Attending to the memorial register was Nikki Garner. Casket Bearers included Michael Jones, Chris Jones, Vince Jones, Kirk Manion, Christopher Johnson, Alex Oberlander and Ben Mouw. Special music for the service included the recordings of "You'll Be In My Heart", "To Where You Are" and "I Hope You Dance". Memorials may be directed to the family. Remembrances and condolences may be shared with the family at Hackett-Livingston Funeral Home was entrusted with the arrangements.

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