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Stacie L. Falkenstein, 47, of Beallsville, was called home on Sunday, Jan. 16, 2022 surrounded by longtime friends and family. A mother, daughter, sister, aunt, friend, and so much more, Stacie was an integral part of so many lives and her impact is cemented in our hearts. She had a beautiful soul and touched the lives of everyone that met her.

After being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2018, Stacie found her calling to spread positivity, hope, strength and faith to all she encountered and everyone impacted by this illness. Stacie fought long and hard, with her head high and voice strong - her magnetic personality and selfless nature was like no other. Through her we can always feel empowered, beautiful, kind, charitable and humble. We can know that there is always light at the end of the tunnel. Stacie taught us the power of love and forgiveness, and that it is never too late to add chapters in your own book. Infinite stories remain unwritten, and you hold the pen.

Stacie focused on the quality of her days with the people she held dearest, dancing in the face of adversity, and into God’s gracious arms. Comfortable in Paradise, hand in hand with her beloved brother Kyle, and all who ascended before her, Stacie will continue to guide us, energize us, and strengthen us forever. You will always feel her with you, especially if you look towards the light.

Stacie is survived by her mother, Molly Falkenstein, father, John Falkenstein, sister, Shelby (Jeremy) Bolyard, brother, Jon Falkenstein, daughters, Lexus and Najea, sons, Chancellor and Kyon, nieces, Macy, Sydnee, Kylee, Cayton, and Aubrey, nephew, Brody and also numerous cousins, aunts, uncles and friends.

Visitation was held Friday, Jan. 21 at Harper Funeral Home, Beallsville where funeral services were held Jan. 22. Interment followed in Beallsville Cemetery. Condolences may be offered at