Barney, Stacy

Stacy Ellen Barney

January 25, 1970 - January 3, 2021

Stacy Ellen Barney of McKinney, Texas passed away on January 3, 2021 at the age of 50. She was born on January 25, 1970 to Lanny Chase and Allene Romaine (Miller) Galyon in Detroit, Michigan.  Stacy grew up in Walled Lake, Michigan where she graduated from Walled Lake Western High School in 1988.  Stacy married Craig Steven Barney on August 7, 1998 in Novi, Michigan.  She worked for Liberty Mutual for a number of years as a claims analyzer as well as inside sales for L & H Consulting.  They moved to Texas in 2016.  Stacy was an avid runner and loved working out.

She is survived by her husband, Craig Barney of McKinney, Texas; 3 children; parents, Lanny and Allene Galyon of Walled Lake, Michigan; and a host of other loving family and friends.

A memorial service will be held at 4:00 p.m., Monday, January 11, 2021, at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home Chapel, 2525 Central Expressway North, Allen, Texas.

In support of our local, state, and federal govt including CDC directives and to protect the physical health, safety and well-being of our community, only a limited number of guests will be allowed to attend the Memorial Service. The service will also be live streamed at TJMfuneral.com on Stacy’s obituary page by clicking on the following link: https://celebrationoflife.tv/blog/stacy-ellen-barney. After the service, the recorded live stream will be available for viewing at the same link location.

However, when the maximum number of guests are reached, those who would like to honor Stacy and show their support to her family may remain at the funeral home in your vehicle, where you can watch the live streamed service on your personal device (laptop, tablet or smartphone) or listen through a designated FM radio channel.

Memorial donations may be made in Stacy's honor to St. Jude (https://www.stjude.org/donate/pm.html?sc_dcm=58700006527275926&sc_cid=kwp70519&gclid=Cj0KCQiA6Or_BRC_ARIsAPzuer9dgkTjEj6EFA45D2gjJPlNkiwerH6ADorMqexBmAE0oOrA6fc7kA0aAhDZEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds)and Texas Parks and Wildlife (https://tpwd.texas.gov/business/donations/).

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Even though I did not know Stacy that well, I did know that she was such an amazing mother, daughter, friend, and overall person. Her smile would light up a room every time she walked in it! I know that Heaven has gained another angel, and that she is looking down watching over her husband and children because she will forever be here with us. Sending my love and prayers to the Barney family through the hope that they will be strong during these tough times. 
Drew K, January 18, 2021 I knew Stacy from the neighborhood where she grew up and from school. We met through Lisa Hoover and we all had so many great memories. Swimming in Lisa's pool, going to parties, driving around in her little car. Lol good times! Walking around the neighborhood and just hanging out at her parents house. It's with a heavy heart that I write this, I'm not really sure. what to say. Stacy was such a special person, she was so fun and energetic. She was funny and was always the person to make everyone feel comfortable. Although I havnt seen Stacy since highschool, when my sister called to inform me of what happened I cried so hard that you would have thought that we had been close all these years; and as much as I loved Stacy that wasn't the case. P.j.,Stacy and I talked on facebook this summer about getting together when she came home as well as other times. But as with many friends who we would love to see, it didn't happen. I wish now I would have made more of an effort. My heart is breaking for her family. For her parents who have now lost both their children and for her husband and children. I cannot imagine the unbearble grief you are all enduring. Please know, I think about you all every day and your in my prayers. I'm praying for the strength, healing, peace,. But most of all for God to comfort and hold you close. I'm so sorry this happened, I really loved Stacy, my sincerest condolences. Kimarie Martin Kimarie Martin, January 14, 2021 Our prayer are with you and the kids. May God give you the strength Faisal Mustafa, January 12, 2021 I knew Stacy through Camp Gladiator. She was an inspiration and she will be missed. Rae Curren, January 11, 2021 Stacy, you were an amazing mom, wife and friend. I’m thankful that I had the chance to know you. Your light will always shine. Every time I think of you it always starts with a smile. Then quickly moves into a giggle and laugh. You always being up for an adventure, the first to be silly and make us all laugh was contagious. You were always so put together, hair cute, make up or not, looked beautiful with a smile and always wearing one of the kids art projects as jewelry, proudly, was adorable. Every time I smell happy by Clinique I think of you. So many cherished memories that will never be forgotten. You will be missed and remembered. Heaven gained a special angel and we will have more shenanigans one day. Love to your family and everyone else that called you friend. Love you. Kristen Surbrook , January 11, 2021 I am finally able to write something. Stacy was a light in my world and her being a part of our #tribe meant so much to me. She was always willing to make me smile and was oh so amazing when I lost my brother in law this year. I don’t ever remember her not being part of our group at Cg, she was just there and fit perfectly with us! I loved her like a sister and was blessed to know such a special spirit. I will always remember her crazy dance moves and at Friendsgiving drinking and singing no matter who watched or recorded it! You will always be a smile in my life and I love you for that, all I can say is thank you for the times I had, I love you! Rebecca Tessier, January 11, 2021 From the Moms Club in Walled Lake/Commerce we are sending thoughts & prayers for you all. Stacy was a light in our club. As you have all stated, she always had a smile, joke or would just listen to you. She was a beautiful woman & Mom. She gave her all in everything she did. God bless you Stacy. Melinda Kern, January 11, 2021 Craig, Please know that our hearts are broken for you and your family. We love you and will continue to pray for you! You and Stacy are dear friends and we have so many good memories that make us both happy and sad right now. There are so many people here in MI that miss you and have been sharing stories about how much they care about you. I hope it helps to know that so many people sincerely care about the Barney's including our family. We were glad we could attend the online service...it was so nice. We were also very impressed by Rachel, she did an excellent job. Ken & Kim Stamper Ken & Kim Stamper, January 11, 2021 Rest in peace Stacy. Your smile, laughter and fond childhood memories will forever stay in my heart.
Robin Cole, January 11, 2021
rachel, your speech was so good and we are so so sorry for you and your familys loss. we love you!!! -briley and brooke briley boldt and brooke sauviac, January 11, 2021 Craig and family - I am so sorry to hear about Stacy. I recall all the work trips/events she would be at/help with. She was such a beautiful, loving and shining person! She will always be that shining light in all of your lives. I hope you can all find some comfort in all the memories of her during this unimaginable time. Love to each and everyone of you, Craig. Dawn Collins (Jabara Casimiro), January 11, 2021 My condolences to the family and friends of Stacy. I am a friend of a friend and have heard the most wonderful things about her. Keep her in your hearts, so that she may live forever. Marc Thomas, January 11, 2021 We are sad but honored to be a part of Stacy's Memorial Service. We will miss her and we pray that she is at peace and her family will be comforted to know she is with God now in the Peace of Christ. May the Peace of Christ be with us all! Tom & Maria Davis, January 11, 2021 Although we haven’t spoke in years, reading what people have said about you during these past days only means you have remained true to yourself. May your memories carry your family members through these very difficult times Marilyn Brown, January 11, 2021 You were always such a beautiful person and you and your family are in my prayers. Chris, Claire, Regan & Killian cvoorhies@comcast.net, January 11, 2021 Stacy...you were always full of joy with a good listening ear and a way to make everybody feel loved. Much laughter in Milford Michigan was filled with your personality. You will be missed and prayers go out to your family and friends. Love to all of you. Cassi and Baby Kate , January 11, 2021 I have no words. Stacy was always there with a smile. My thoughts and prayers are with everyone. Aaron Quiggle, January 11, 2021 Stacy was the kindest, most generous, and funny person. She had hope and faith like no other. She would always find the good in the worst of situations. She will be missed by all. I pray that her soul and rest and there be peace for all of you.
The Gollan Family, January 11, 2021
Dear my Barney family, having you all in my life was such an honor. Mrs barney was like another mother to me and I will never forget the lasting impact she had on me as well as her kids. She was such a great person and always had a bright smile on her face. I wish nothing but peace for you guys going forward. I wish I could have said goodbye one last time... Brady Kummler, January 11, 2021 My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Stacy was a energetic, kind, funny soul who blessed many of us with her amazing spirit. I am so thankful to have spent my younger years with her laughing at silly inside jokes, riding our bikes, getting as close as we could get to matching cars, wearing our blue mascara, spending many nights at her home and my home, Getting in just a little bit of trouble once in awhile but most of all having fun always. She could make anyone smile and never complained no matter what life threw at her. I have always been in awe of her positive attitude, and always try to keep myself positive due to all she taught me. I will continue to pray for you all her family to help you heal. Please know your mother/wife/child touched many lives and was a wonderful kind person who many people adored. Sincerely, Lisa (Hoover) Kollinger Lisa Kollinger, January 11, 2021 We consider the Barney family part of our family, and we were crushed to hear of her passing. We've known Stacy a long time, and loved her dearly. She was always smiling and had a real zest for life. My Lou's always looked forward to spending time with her over the 4th of July up north. LL said that he will miss her hugs and kisses that she would always greet him with, and sitting by her all the time. I personally feel blessed that I got to see her at her niece's wedding shower over the summer. You will be missed Stacy, and we send our love and strength to Craig, and the rest of the family. Love Always, Kim, Lou, and Louie Caruso xoxo The Caruso Family - Kim, Lou and LL, January 11, 2021 Your laugh lit up a room, you will be o missed sweet Angel. My deepest condolences to the family and friends. Her angel wings are mighty and wide. She made an impact to us all in her short time here. All my love, JV Julie VandenBrink , January 11, 2021 My heart felt sympathy" to Stacy's Family+ may God bless her family, with comfort,hope,love& peace @ this time of mourning & grief Karol, January 11, 2021 Stacey you were an will alway be remembered as an amazing friend you will turley be missed .till we meet again my friend . Rose, January 11, 2021 Dear Barney Family, I am so sorry for the loss of Stacy's beautiful light and spirit. While we don't know each other well - if you ever in the future look back through these comments I want you to know that Stacy's joy for life remains with so many people who will never forget her friendship or her laughter. Praying for you as you navigate this loss. Lori Juarez, January 11, 2021 To Craig and children and to Lanny, Allene and Scott. Words cannot express how deeply saddened we are to hear of the passing of Stacy. We remember her bright smile and bubbly personality. We pray for all of you that you will find peace and strength from the wonderful memories that you have of Stacy. May she rest in peace. Our deepest condolences, The Rohde Family - Tim, Lori, Jacob, Eric and Nick - White Lake, MI Lori Rohde, January 11, 2021 Wishing you strength and comfort through this difficult time.Thinking of you and wishing you moments of peace and comfort. Please accept my warmest condolences. Pankaj Nirmal, January 11, 2021 Dear Allene and Lanny, Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Craig, Rachel and Chase for Stacy’s memorial service. Stacy was a beautiful, loving and caring person as a daughter, wife and mother who participated in many activities and developed close friendships with people in all areas of her relationships. I fondly remember Stacy’s visits, pictures of the children and your proud stories of attending numerous events and family togetherness. Stacy will be dearly missed and lovingly remembered for her wonderful personality. George and Shelly Denes, January 11, 2021 We were completely heartbroken to learn of Stacy’s passing. She was more than a neighbor - she was a genuinely kind soul, a true and welcoming friend. I am thankful for the love she showed for my children, and for the help and understanding she showed to all of us. Stacy always knew the right words to say, the right advice to give. She was a treasure, and the way she touched our lives will carry on in our memories. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers, and if you need anything at all, we are here for you. Our Deepest Condolences, Steve, Laura, Cory and Juliette The Childs Family, January 11, 2021 No words can ever express the level of our sadness at Stacy's passing. Nor the depth of our love for her entire family. We watched Stacy grow up, get married and have a family of her own. We will always be there with our love, our prayers and our support. Pat and Ken Hill, January 10, 2021 You were an amazing neighbor, mother and friend. One of the most caring moms! I know you are in a place of complete peace and joy. You will be missed, and one day I’ll see you, again in heaven! We will all do our very best to take great care of your family! Rest In Peace, sweet Stacy. Jennifer Sutherland, January 10, 2021 We are so very sad to hear this news and wish somehow that it is a mistake. I know however that it is true. We are friends if her parents and have known Stacy since she was born. A happy little girl changed into a joyful woman. I don’t believe I ever saw her without a smile on her face. I wish her family only the best and wish their hearts could be healed with good wishes. Our sincere condolences to those who loved her the most. RIP Stacy.
Tom and Donna Pascaris, January 10, 2021 Oh how I will miss your beautiful smile and our conversations. We had so much fun in middle school going to church together and hanging out. High School even more fun. Your brilliant smile and the fun you brought will never be forgotten. You were so loved and brought so much joy. We will be always thinking of you and your family. You are a part of who we are. Amy McCusker, January 10, 2021 Stacy, Although we have not been close for a number of years, you were always close to us in our hearts. I have so many memories from our adolescent years together that I hold dear. I'm so grateful we were able to spend time together a few years ago with a visit on your back deck up here in Michigan. I was lucky to have had you as a friend. I know heaven is a brighter place with you in it. I will always remember your laugh and your sense of humor. Our thoughts and prayers go out to your family. Chris and Lisa Canning, January 10, 2021 You were a shining light at 5am Camps. I loved your high-fives and constant encouragement. The world needs more of you. As heartbreaking as it is that you are gone, I know that you are up above smiling, pain-free, and being an amazing guardian angel for so many. To the entire family, I am deeply sorry for your loss. I am praying for peace in your broken hearts. God Bless. Ashley Cruz , January 9, 2021 Stac...you were an amazing, wonderful lady and an incredibly devoted, loving mom! You always brightened any gathering with your fun loving personality. You will be greatly missed by all that we’re lucky enough to call you a friend. Much love and prayers for you Craig, kids and family. Tracie McDonnell, January 9, 2021 Our thoughts and prayers continue for your family through this very difficult time. From our kids in preschool, elementary and middle school, as well as birthday parties and neighborhood get togethers, it was always great to see you, chat awhile and get caught up. You were and will always be loved by many. Loraine Foster, January 9, 2021 Stacy - you were everything to me. My dearest friend, the older sister I never had, a mom-like mentor, my running buddy and workout partner, my camper, the one who willingly, without being asked - showed up to camp 30 min early each morning so I wouldn't be alone, my confidant - who knew everything there is to know about me and I knew everything about you, the one who carried me through some of my darkest days and trials, God placed you in my life and me in yours just when we both needed each other. I've never been closer to someone so naturally. You were the light I needed. You were always so silly, with no filters, and the most genuine person. You were an example to me of how God intended women to be motherly, empathic, loving, patient, kind, selfless, and servant-hearted, You will be forever missed and always in my heart and mind. I know you will be with me as my guardian angel until we meet again.
Aubrianne Bishop, January 9, 2021
I'm so sorry, Allene and Lanny. I have such fond memories of visiting your house throughout my childhood, and I always looked forward to spending time with Stacy. We're sending so much love to you and Craig and your families. Kristin Bartley Lenz, January 8, 2021 I will miss you my dear friend. I hope and pray your soul finds peace.
Demetri Blackman, January 8, 2021 Stacy will always hold a special place in my heart. I grew up next to her for over a decade and she was always known to welcome all the neighborhood kids into her home and always had a smile on her face. She is loved and will be missed. 
Paige Conrad, January 8, 2021 My deepest condolences to Stacy and her family. May god rest her soul. James Jenkins , January 8, 2021 Stacy, words cannot describe how heartbroken I am that you are no longer with us, it doesn’t seem real. You were more than a best friend, you were family to me. I will forever cherish our early morning laughs, our dinner dates and the countless inside jokes we shared. Camp will never be the same without your warm greetings and hugs. You impacted my life more than you could ever imagine Stacy, from the moment we became friends, I knew this was going to be a friendship that would last a lifetime. I’m extremely blessed that we crossed paths, and became the great friends we were. I’m honored to have shared your last birthday with you, 21/50 will forever be significant to me because of you. I love you so much and rest easy my dear friend, you will be greatly missed. I know you’re watching over us in heaven. I’ll forever be your xandy pants. I love and miss you so much. Alex Romo , January 8, 2021 My memories of Stacy are being kind to everyone and always a smile on her face. You will be missed. ?? Tammy , January 8, 2021