Obituary - Stacy Weis

Stacy Weis

Stacy Jean (Swartz) Weis, formerly of Jackson and recently of Aurora, Colorado, died Dec. 30 after a yearlong battle with cancer. She was 58. The following was provided by her family.

Stacy was born in Salina, Kansas, but spent most of her school years in Jackson, where she was an accomplished basketball and all-state volleyball player.

In her adult years she lived and worked in Phoenix, France, Kansas, St. Louis, Portland and Denver.

In her 32 years with Wells Fargo Advisors she was well respected, with good friends throughout the country.

In her spare time Stacy enjoyed relaxing in the mountains, floating in her brother’s pool and thrilling her family and friends with her exceptional cooking skills. Stacy was loved in her neighborhood in Aurora for her regular hosting of the book and wine club meetings.

Stacy was preceded in death by her father, Don Swartz Sr., of Salina, Kansas.

She is survived by her mother, Jeanne Miller, of Jackson; her son, Cameron Weis, and grandson, Cooper, of Shawnee, Kansas; five brothers and sisters — Don (Laura) Swartz, of Shawnee, Kansas; Jay (Suzy) Swartz, of Tucson, Arizona; Vickie (Steve) Wearing, of Salina; Cindy (Mark) Spencer, of Wendell, Idaho; and Aaron Miller, of Star Valley Ranch — as well as five nieces and nephews and their children.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to The Mile High United Way of Denver in care of Ryan Mortuary, 137 N. Eighth St., Salina, KS, 67401.

A celebration of life will follow at a later date.

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