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Stacy Lee OliverPassing: December 11, 2021


To be Announced

Celebration of LIfe


No Visitation


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CRAWFORDSVILLE – Stacy Lee Oliver, 65, passed away December 11, 2021 at IU Health Bloomington Hospital.

Born November 17, 1956, in Bloomington, he was the son of James Andrew and Mary Catherine (Cobb) Oliver. He married Carolyn Sue Brewer on April 20, 2014.

Stacy is a 1974 graduate of Oolitic High School. His last employment was as a truck driver in Plainfield, IN.

Stacy was a member of the Free Masons and served the Masonic Lodges of Bedford, Oolitic and Lexington, SC.  He was awarded Master Mason in July, 1996. 

Stacy served in the Air Force for four years.  Between the Air Force and working at NWSC Crane he served his country for 25 years.

Stacy enjoyed people, his family and most of all he loved his God and his only daughter, Lori Ann.

Stacy enjoyed music, played the 12 string guitar, sang karaoke.

As an artist, he especially enjoyed painting landscapes.

He was interested in Astronomy and built a telescope which he donated to the Boy Scouts.

He was an avid golfer and mushroom hunter.

To sum up Stacy, he was a free spirit who loved nature and the outdoors.

Surviving:                                 wife, Carolyn Sue Oliver of Crawfordsville

                                           daughter, Lori Ann (Chuck Jones) Oliver of Lexington, SC

                               three grandsons, Kyler Jones, Chaise Jones, Brysen Jones and

                          one granddaughter, Brayla Jones, all of Irmo, SC 

                 one great-granddaughter, Arya Jones of Washington, MO

                    father and stepmother, James (Barbara) Oliver of North Salem

                                           siblings, Teresa Ann (Jim) Whitt of Bedford

                                                          Melvin Levi (Flo) Oliver of Trinity Springs

                                                          Tina Rose (Ron) Bradley of Ellettsville

                                                          Andrew Len Oliver of Camby

                                                          Russell Leon Oliver of Jamestown

His mother preceded him in death on April 13, 1992.

Cremation has been chosen with a Celebration of Life at a later date.

Condolences may be sent to his wife, Carolyn Brewer at Mitchell Manor, 24 Teke Burton Drive, Mitchell, 47446, and the family at www.chastainfuneralhome.com

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8 Guest Comments

  1. Guest: James R Shirley | Kerrville TX
    Date: December 21, 2021
    Sorry for your families loss.... It was always fun to at the RCA families parties our parents had when we were young. Stacy was always good fun....
  2. Guest: Sarah Blackwell | Bedford, In
    Date: December 17, 2021
    Stacy was my step-dad for several years.. I will always be grateful for the drawing classes we took together & for bringing another sister, Lori, into my life. He showed us that a man will do unordinary things to make their lady happy. He was extremely talented. My sister & I enjoyed listening to him play guitar & sing. He filled our walls with lovely artwork & at night, helped us explore the skies. Stacy will be missed by many. May his memories comfort those in pain.
  3. Guest: Janie Anderson | Bedford, Indiana
    Date: December 17, 2021
    My condolences to Stacy’s family!! We were classmates at Oolitic High School, and my husband David is a member of the Bedford Masonic Lodge. Blessings, Janie Cummings Anderson
  4. Guest: Gene O'Brian | Bedford, IN
    Date: December 17, 2021
    Peggy and I are sorry to hear of his passing. Our best to Teresa, family and friends.
  5. Guest: Dick Dillman | Ellettsville, IN
    Date: December 16, 2021
    cousin gone to soon.
  6. Guest: Chaise Jones | Irmo, Sc
    Date: December 16, 2021
    I love you grandpa, you meant so much to me even though we never really had time to bond. It sucks your gone but I know your happier and In a better place ❤, love chaise
  7. Guest: Lori Oliver | Irmo, SC
    Date: December 16, 2021
    Although my Daddy, and I didn't have a "Traditional" "Father, Daughter" relationship...I Loved him tremendously. He had so many talents, and was so very smart. The first, and only time I had ever seen a Space Nebula, or Jupiter, and it's moons, was through the GARGANTUAS Telescope he had made! I LOVED his paintings, I Loved how he could even trip me up with how smart he was! Although we didn't get much time together in life, I take solace in knowing that he will be around me, and his family ALWAYS, and FOREVER. Rest easy Daddy. Until we meet again, Keep the Angles in aww of how Amazing you truly are. I Love you to the Moon, around the Stars, and back again🌌
  8. Guest: Joyce M. Jeffries | Bloomington IN
    Date: December 16, 2021
    I was so sorry to hear of Stacy's passing. I babysat him, Teresa, Melvin & Tina. I loved them like they were my own family (and still do.) Stacy was a bundle of energy that could hardly be contained. He was smart, funny and lovable. In later years, I ran into him as an adult and did not recognize him. He teased me about that. I'm glad I did get to see him as an adult, but wish we could have had more time together. He will always live in my heart and he made the world a little brighter. He will be missed by many people. Love & Hugs to his Dad & Stepmom, his wife and of course, all his siblings. I will keep you in my prayers and may God give you all comfort at this painful time.