Stacy Long

1967 ∼ 2019

Phil Almquist of Warrington, PA wrote:

This makes me sad. I will miss my college classmate and fellow brother of Delta Sigma Pi...

Jerry and Donna DeFlorio of Wilton conn wrote:

So sorry Marcy and Peter for your lost praying for your family

Allyson Larsen of Danvers, MA wrote:

I worked out with Stacy for many years and loved to hear about her trips! Stacy always had a smile for us even if working out was the last thing we all wanted to do! I would pepper her wth questions about trips or anything! She was so bright and offered great advice. I will miss our conversations. With my condolences, Allyson

Sara and Stephen Valentino of Brewster wrote:

We were saddened to hear of Stacy’s passing are keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

Jennifer Marceline of Dennisport MA wrote:

I'm so sorry to hear about Stacy. I have so many memories of her and I. We were super close friends for the last 2 years of high school. She was a grade ahead of me but we always had lunch together and chatted in the halls. I clearly remember our drives in her car...Main Street Hyannis with Prince blasting on the radio! And another favorite of ours...The Cars...was always playing on her tape deck. To this day, I still think of her and our time together when I hear The Cars. Stacy was a sweet soul and I thought of her on many occasions throughout the years. I hope her family and friends find comfort and my prayers go out to them. Rest in peace Stacy ❤

Bill and Jeanette Battles of Brewster, MA wrote:

So sorry to hear the loss of your beautiful Daughter Stacy. Stacy grew up with our Kids and was part of the scene for many beautiful years when we had all the kids on the Cape. May Stacy Rest In Peace and our deepest condolences to The Whole family. Bill and Jeanette Battles

George Petrowsky of Wakefield wrote:

I've known Stacy since she arrived at MIT. It wasn't long before I saw the kind, good, intelligent, decent, vital, funny, and friendly person she was. This is so shocking and sad for everyone who knew Stacy. Her passing is heartbreaking. She was one of the nicest people you could ever meet, she always had a smile for everyone, and she was a hard working, intelligent and highly productive member of every project she was involved in. She will be missed on every level by many people, as a friend, a co-worker, and most importantly for the wonderful person she was. I offer my profound condolences to her family and friends. I feel blessed to have known her, and feel that the world has lost one of the best.

Elenita Muniz of Brewster ma wrote:

Dear Marcey and Peter, We are so sorry to read of the death of your daughter. This is so not how it’s supposed to be — our children should outlive us. How devastating for you and your whole family. We hope fond memories and your love for each other will ease the pain of this loss. It is unimaginable to us as parents and we send you love. Elenita and Judy

Annie Newell of Woodstock, Ga wrote:

Stacy has gone on another great adventure. She was so talented and giving. I had the honor of meeting her on an Southeast Asia get away. She set up a web site so we could share our photos with the group. I have been following her and her wonderful photos as well as the life and times of Jelly. She will be missed by all who knew her..

Bryan A Murray of Arlington, MA wrote:

I am beyond shocked and saddened to hear of Stacy's passing. She was one of a kind. My sincere condolences go to her family and friends.

Grethe Kaeselau of South Dennis wrote:

I went to Nauset with Stacey , and just wanted to say what a sweet soul she was, kind to all as well. I I was fortunate to reconnect with her on Face Book recently, and loved seeing her beautiful photos that she took during her travels. My heart goes out to Colleen and their family., You are all in my thoughts and prayers❤️

Bruce Everett of Bolton wrote:

Deepest condolences. Stacy will be greatly missed.

Jennifer Tossavainen of Orange Park, FL wrote:

I am saddened to hear this news. I will miss my old college roommate, friend and Delta Sigma Pi brother. I hope that she is at peace.

Terri (Harris) Paukert of Annapolis, MD wrote:

Stacy was a super sweet person. I never knew her to say anything mean to or about anyone. We met in Middle school when I moved to Orleans. She and Colleen were 2 of the first people to welcome me and made me feel like I had been there all along. Through H.S she was part of our tight knit group and we were the better for knowing her. We will miss her kindness and laugh.

Robert Long of Yarmouthport, MA wrote:

We are so sorry for this terrible loss. Stacy was such a beautiful, brilliant and caring woman. Truly a bright light in this world. We are at a loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you now and always. We love you. Bob, Sue and Chris.

Dick & Donna Jones of Murrells Inlet, SC wrote:

Stacy was such a joy when we often saw her with our daughter, Susan, at our home in Orleans on Cape Cod. She knew how to be a loyal and devoted best friend to Susan, her family and anyone she cared about. We've known her since Brewster Elementary School, and Stacy accomplished so much in life. Pete and Marcey, you raised such a bright light. Our hearts go out to you and the family. Dick & Donna

Diane Green of Gabriola, BC, Canada. wrote:

Dear Mr. and Mrs. Long, I have just heard the very sad news about your daughter’s passing. I am shocked and truly devastated at the loss. Stacy and I have been travel buddies for the past 10 years. We were roomies on a trip to the Galapagos in 2009 and went on 11 adventures together over the years, all over the world - even Antarctica! She was a terrific roommate and we always had a good time and also enjoyed our mutual obsession with photography. We’ve also visited each other’s homes, across both the border and across the Continent. We loved “critters” and, since she acquired sweet Jelly, we have had more fun sharing cat stories (my husband and I have 6!). I cannot express how sad I am and sorry for both your loss and the loss it is to all who knew and loved Stacy. She has left behind a legacy of kindness, warmth, friendship and love. A great legacy but far too soon. Diane x

Sherry Brass of Peabody wrote:

I am Stacy’s neighbor and I am so saddened by her passing. I recall many lovely conversations about her travels, photos, and most recently about Jelly. Our “Ladies Nights “ on our street were always a special evening. My heart goes out to the whole family as my husband Steve and I express our sincere sympathies.

Rich Katkowski of Foxboro, MA wrote:

I'm so sorry for your loss, and ours. I've known Stacy for a number of years and will truly miss speaking with her every day and seeing her smile. Heaven is richer by one soul with her arrival. Please accept my condolences. Rich Katkowski