Stacy Vehar (Breyer) was born to her parents Beverly Davis & Richard Breyer, in San Bernardino, California. She was proceeded in death by sisters Colleen and Connie, as well as her brother Carl. Stacy was survived by her sisters Collette and Cindy.
Stacy was a loving mother of her three children, including Alex (and wife Daphne), Alicia (and husband Ryan), Michael (and wife Cristen). Stacy’s greatest passion in life was her grandchildren, as spending all of her free time with them gave her so much joy. She was known as "grandma" to Kadence, Carter, Jovie, Ryker, Adalyn, Mirabella, Luna, Jovie, Riley, and Freya. Even after working 60-hour shifts, she would always agree to help care for her grandchildren, spending her hard-earned paycheck on only the finest toys and treats for them.
Stacy was a great friend, loved and admired by many. Supportive and caring, she would always offer her shoulder to cry on, ending many conversations with laughter and jokes. Stacy had a great admiration and love for music and made many friends through her experiences at concerts and musical events.
Stacy had a gift in this world as a caretaker for elderly people, helping guide them and comfort them until the very end of their days. This calling led her to some
"Face your life. It's pain, it's pleasure. Leave no path untaken." -Neil Gaiman of the most fulfilling and valued relationships, only further increasing the network of people that loved and valued her, as well as her invaluable skill set.
Stacy was always a very spiritual being, with insight and advice that comforted so many people in their times of despair. Her light shined so brightly while she was here on earth, and we can keep the memory of her light alive by sharing stories and memories of her in this space. She is greatly missed and dearly departed, though her generosity and fun spirit continues to live on through her children, grandchildren, and the generations to come.
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Stacy took wonderful care of my mother and stepfather for almost 7 years. She was attentive making sure they got to their doctors appointments, didn't harm themselves, were fed, and were bathed and clothed. Stacy became part of the family. I often referred to her as my younger sister. Stacy and I went to concerts and movies together. She loved movies that made her laugh. Stacy will be missed. May she rest in peace.
Stacy was a dear friend and supporter to me through many hard trials and times in my life. No matter the time or space, she always reached out and checked on me. She is appreciated and loved and will always be remembered and cherished by those whose lives she touched.
Love you, Stacy. Rest in peace, my friend.