Stacy Kirkpatrick

July 9, 1964 - October 2, 2015

07/09/1964 - 10/02/2015

Past Services

Thursday October 08, 2015
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Altmeyer Funeral Home - Southside Chapel
5033 Rouse Drive
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
(757) 422-4000 | Directions

Stacy Kirkpatrick, of Virginia Beach, entered Eternal Life on Friday, October 2, 2015 at the age of 51 years. She was born on July 9, 1964 to the late John Austin and late Janet Faye (formerly Smith) Kirkpatrick. Stacy worked for many years in human resources, helping employers recruit new members for their respective teams. She also was a member at Virginia Beach Free Will Baptist Church.
In addition to her parents, Stacy was preceded in death by infant children Michael Robert and Karly Michelle.
Left to cherish the memory of Stacy are her husband Jason Reed; children Christy (Nicole) Darcangelo, Kelly (Brendon) Collins, and Scott Fairbairn; grandson Kieran Arthur Collins; and six siblings Linda, Karen, Diane, Donna, Robin, and Johnny. Further survived by numerous other relatives and friends.
Memorial service for Stacy will be held on Thursday, October 8, 2015 at 12 Noon at Altmeyer Funeral Home- Southside Chapel (5792 Greenwich Rd. Virginia Beach).
Special thanks to her sister Linda Burges for all the care and concern shown to our mom.
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8 years ago

So I am back home and we are supposed to just get back to life and try to figure out a way to go on with life without you. I can’t do that. I miss you so much already. You are my best friend how am I to go on without my sister and best friend? You put up one heck of a fight. You were the strongest person I have ever known. I love you so much Stacy! My life as I know it will never be the same! Until I see you again please watch over us and know that I will hold you in my heart forever!! I love you sooo much!!

JoAnn Kokindo
8 years ago

I only met you 3 times, but, I was impressed by your kind and loving presence. Your sister Karen loves you so much and must be devastated by the loss. May you rest in eternal peace and walk with the Angels.

Debbie Graves
8 years ago

I had the pleasure of workomg with Stacy for a short period of time. I’ll always remember her as friendly and helpful and she had a wonderful and infectious smile. My condolences to all of her loved ones. I hope you find comfort in your memories of her.

Charlotte Gregg
8 years ago

Payers for the family. Stacy is in the arms of Jesus. God Bless you Sweet Sister in Jesus Christ…

Penny and Bob Bell
8 years ago

Stacy was very sweet and very special. We will miss her! Praying for those left behind.

8 years ago

I love and miss you Stacy! I will never forget my first time ever meeting you right after I moved to Northern VA. You threw one heck of a 4th of July weekend party. May you rest in peace and watch over all of us. Love you!!

8 years ago

Stace My Sweet Dear Stace:
The years we’ve shared have been full of joy. The memories we’ve made will go on and on. I haven’t stopped crying since you went away, and I have asked God time and time again why couldn’t you stay…You always lifted my life, my hopes and my dreams. You’ve opened my eyes to all that it means. So know that your gone and in heaven with your loved ones how can i forget; Because you were the greatest woman of all I have ever met. But all the words of comfort, though kind, sincere, and true can’t take away the emptiness I’m feeling without you. Stace you will always be in my heart forever!!!! I LOVE YOU

Rebecca Herman
8 years ago

Karen –

Words can not express how sorry I am to hear about the loss of your sister. Stacy put up the bravest fight she could. Cancer is a theif to all of us, stealing away our loved ones to soon. Your family has suffered some mightly storms this year, and I will pray for everyone to be able to find peace.

Love you

8 years ago

You were truly a blessing to my life. While I know you are resting, I will miss you greatly.

Diane Wunsch
8 years ago

I am so sorry to hear of the lose of Stacy. I worked with her at Amerigroup and she was such a delight. Always willing to help where ever she could. We had many good laughs along the way. She will be missed. My thoughts are with her family.