Obit: Nuernberger, Stacy Marie (1980 - 2015)
Contact: Robert Lipprandt
Surnames: Bloome, Geiger, Meyer, Nuernberger
----Source: The Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, WI) 7/01/2015
Nuernberger, Stacy Marie (Meyer) (7 FEB 1980 - 20 JUN 2015)
Stacy Marie Nuernberger, age 35, of Medford, passed away after a long, courageous battle with cancer on Saturday, June 20, 2015 at Ministry St. Joseph's Hospital in Marshfield surrounded by her loving family. To honor her wishes, no service will be held. A Celebration of Life Gathering will be held on Thursday, June 25, 2015 from 3:00 until 9:00 PM at the Mayville Town Hall in Clark County.
Stacy was born February 7, 1980 in Marshfield, the daughter of Doug and Cathy (Geiger) Meyer.
She was united in marriage to her high school sweetheart, Jason Nuernberger on July 30, 2005. They have known each other for 21 years. Stacy worked for Marathon Cheese until her health declined.
Stacy was a loving wife, devoting mother, caring daughter, and wonderful sister and friend. She will be greatly missed by everyone. Stacy was compassionate and concerned more about her family and friends, and never complained about her illness. She enjoyed hunting, fishing and most importantly, spending time with her children and family.
Stacy is survived by her husband, Jason; her three children: Max, Lia and Jak; her parents, Doug and Cathy Meyer of Dorchester; her three siblings: Phil (Nikki) Meyer of Dorchester, Justin (Kelly) Meyer of Dorchester and Candice (Jimmy) Bloome of Unity; paternal grandparents, Roy and Marilyn Meyer of Dorchester and maternal grandparents, Jim and Sharon Geiger of Medford. She is further survived by her father-in-law and mother-in-law, Gary and Sharon Nuernberger of Medford; several nieces and nephews, many aunts and uncles, other relatives and many friends.
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