03/05/18 - NNHS Newsletter -
Stacey Crowley Pierce
Stacey Nichole Crowley Pierce
(21 Feb 1975 - 27 Feb 2018)
Belle Fourche High School (SD) Class of 1993
Friends and Schoolmates,
There is more
sad news to report today.
Stacey Crowley Pierce, Belle Fourche High
School (SD) Class of 1993, passed away at her home in
Spearfish, South Dakota on Tuesday, February 27, 2018, six days after her 43rd
She was the
daughter of Genee' Somervold of MN,
and the niece of
Maelea Somervold Tweedie ('62) of VA
and Marty Somervold ('65 / '66).
From MaeLea Somervold Tweedie ('62) of VA - 02/28/18, 10:55 PM:
Kline Funeral Chapel - 03/02/18:
Stacey Crowley Pierce
BELLE FOURCHE, SOUTH DAKOTA - Stacey Nichole Pierce, 43, of Spearfish, died
peacefully at her home on Tuesday, February 27, 2018.
She was born in Belle Fourche on February 21, 1975. Stacey attended Belle
Fourche High School and studied psychology and sociology at Black Hills
State University. She was a black jack dealer in Deadwood, a former On Air
personality radio host and CEO of No Fear Cleaning, a family business.
She was the loving mother of four beautiful children and grandmother to her
four precious granddaughters she often referred to as “her girls”. Stacey
loved spending time with her family and sharing her zeal for life with her
friends and family. She enjoyed riding motorcycles, hiking with her two
sons, camping, appreciating nature, and having sleepovers with her girls.
Stacey shared her love for our Lord Jesus with her children and
Stacey was described as a hard-working, goal orientated, passionate and
innovative woman who genuinely loved life and brought so much joy to all who
knew her. She loved and cared for her family deeply and had great empathy
for the needs of others.
Survivors include her parents, Genee' Somervold of Plainview, MN and Mike
Crowley of St. Onge, SD; grandmother, Bonnie Ginsbach of Belle Fourche; four
children, Shaunte Pierce, Tanisha Pierce, Mason Pierce, and Dausen Davis;
siblings, Shannon (Tom) Wiener of Rochester MN, Brandon Crowley of Gillette,
WY, Casey Crowley, Carl (Kiah) Crowley, and Cammi (Spencer) Geffre of St.
Onge; and her four granddaughters, Kaydence, Nova, Peyton and Harper.
She is preceded in death by her paternal grandparents, Art and Helen Crowley
of St. Onge and Henry (Bud) Ginsbach of Belle Fourche.
Funeral services will be Sunday, March 4 at 3:00 At the Open Bible Church in
Belle Fourche with Rick Brennen officiating. A celebration of life will be
at the Branding Iron following the service.
A memorial fund has been established at Northern Hills Federal Credit Union
to help defer expenses. A special thank you to family and friends for their
immediate support and concern for family during this time.
An online guest book is available at
Published on Kline Funeral Chapel on
March 2, 2018.
Funeral Home Guest Book
I am so sorry for your loss. She was always
beautiful in side and out.
Stacey was an
amazing woman, she cared for others. Rest easy. Love you, Stacey
Belle Fourche, South Dakota
Prayers to the
family. Stacey was a wonderful gal and will be missed dearly.
~ Bobbi Pinkerton Deschamps, Missouri
Words can’t describe how
sorry I am, and I wish I could take your pain away. You all are in my
thoughts and prayers. Your mom was an amazing person!
Belle Fourche, South Dakota
You all are in my
thoughts and prayers... ?
~ Rose Grusing,
Belle Fourche, South Dakota
My condolences to the family in this time of need.
~ Jalynda N., South Dakota
sorry for your loss and am praying for peace for
your family. I know your daughter is in loving arms
and watching over you. May God Bless and comfort you
in this time.
~ Beth Humann, Durant, Oklahoma
I am so
saddened to hear of Stacey's passing, Genee and
Mike, you are in my prayers.
~ Carmon Hamilton, Sheridan, Wyoming
to the family, Stacey was a beautiful woman. She was
always very sweet and kind.
~ Jayne Storm, Belle Fourche, South Dakota
The last time
I saw Stacey was in Sturgis the summer after I graduated
high school, but I’ve never forgotten her. She was
beautiful inside and out.
- Autumn Guffey Hansen, Elko, Nevada
Stacey was a wonderful, joyful lady. She would always
greet me and chat with smiles. I will miss her and her
warm heartfelt nature as well as her hopeful support and
advice. My deepest sympathies to all the lives that she
touched in her special way. She will always be
remembered here on earth as she looks down on upon us
from her angelic place in Heaven.
Wormstadt, Spearfish, South
My heart goes
out to all of you. She was such an amazing mom, and
always trying to help others. Her smile always stood out
and her laughs. She lit up a room with her presence, and
spread her cheerfulness. Rest In Peace, Stacey. Sending
many prayers 'n' hugs. She's going to be missed by so
Jessie Harrison, Belle Fourche, South
My thoughts and prayers to Stacey's family and friends.
She was loved by many and will be missed by all who knew
her. Rest in Peace. sweet young lady. Hugs. Love ya.
Budmayr, Belle Fourche, South
Not only did
I grow up with Genee’ and Stacey as my neighbors, I
babysat for Shaunte and Tanisha. Years later, we both
found it funny and ironic that we were pregnant with
Spencer and Dausen at the same time. Stacey had a heart
of gold, and was always willing to step in and help a
friend in need! The last time I spoke with her, we were
watching our boys play football, against each other, and
she was so incredibly proud of Dausen and how well he
was playing! Looking back, I wish I would have spent
more time with her that afternoon! I do know that our
hearts were in check and we were both there for the same
reason! She loved her children / grandchildren without
end, and was always there to root and cheer them on!
Rest In Peace, Girl... I know I will someday see you
Bush, Belle Fourche, South
So very sorry
for your loss. Hugs and prayers for you all.
~ Rita Speltz,
Clay Center, Kansas
My love and prayers to the family.
Wendy Figueroa, Huntington Beach, California
Your beautiful smile and the amazing person you always
were will be forever missed. We will never forget what a
great friend and beautiful person you were!!! We are the
blessed ones to have known you, dear Stacey, and to have
shared some special times with you, Deaver, and Dausen.
God took his angel and left us with heavy hearts and
tears, but beautiful memories! We love you and your
family, and will look out for Dausen for you. All our
love to you friend, Chris and Jess
~ Chris and Jessie Bossert,
Belle Fourche, South
~ Petra Schreiner, Sterling Co.
thinking of you and your family at this time. May God's
loving arms surround you all.
~ Bud and Deb
Harris, Belle Fourche, South
Our deepest condolences are
extended to Stacey's family and friends at this
Y'all take good care of each
other! TYPHOONS FOREVER!
Love to all, Carol
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I Will Arise
Lyrics by Joseph Hart in Hymns
Composed on Various Subjects (1759);
from William Walker's Southern Harmony and Musical Companion (1835)
1. Come, ye sinners, poor and
Weak and wounded, sick and sore;
Jesus ready stands to save you,
Full of pity joined with pow'r.
Refrain: I will arise and
go to Jesus,
He will embrace me in His arms;
In the arms of my dear Savior,
O there are ten thousand charms.
2. Come, ye needy, come, and welcome,
God's free bounty glorify;
True belief and true repentance,
Every grace that brings you nigh.
3. Come, ye weary, heavy laden,
Bruised and broken by the fall;
If you tarry till you're better,
You will never come at all.
4. Let not conscience make you linger,
Nor of fitness fondly dream;
All the fitness He requireth
Is to feel your need of Him.
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Arise" lyrics courtesy of
http://grace-for-today.com/2368.htm - 03/13/06
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