Michael Arie Stack
April 5, 1958 - June 21, 2019
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Mr. Michael Arie Stack, age 61 of Willard, MO, passed away Friday, June 21, 2019, in his home. He was born April 5, 1958, in Woodstock, IL, to Farrell Robert and Janet Deborah (Koldewyn) Stack. He served a mission in the Rochester, NY, mission. He was sealed April 22, 1983, in the Salt Lake Temple…

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Katherine M Keithley left a message on July 11, 2019:
Ann, Jamie, Trevor, Lindy and Jayse, I am sorry that I am only now seeing this. I have thought of you all so often after having caught up with you, Ann, at the Pillbox. I wish you all peace and send condolences from Mike, Emily, LeAnn, and Jessica as well! Kathy Keithley
Tresa Wilkins left a message on June 27, 2019:
He was always kind to me. Blessings of peace prayed for you, sweet Ann!
mark crabtree left a message on June 24, 2019:
I remember Mike telling me he loved watching lightning bugs, they didn't have them in california. He loved his music and his family. Our days at sweetheart cup will be remembered fondly. My heartfelt condolences to all his family.
Thomas Bronson left a message on June 23, 2019:
The first time I met Mike we were 8yrs old. He was bouncing off the walls in our primary class, laughing and causing a commotion. I decided then, I can hang with this guy. We spent the next 16 yrs enjoying life. I echo what Debbie said, Mike was full of life, loved an adventure and was a great friend to many. He made me come out of my shell, take risks, and have fun. He is a great man and was the best of friends. I'm a better person for having known him in so many ways. My sincere condolences to all his family.
Liesl Elmer left a message on June 23, 2019:
I am so sorry for you loss! And I am also happy for his reunion with our Grandma and Grandpa, Aunt Dody and my Mom. I remember years ago at a family reunion when Mike played “Black Bird” by The Beetles on my guitar. I hadn’t heard it before and I loved it. I looked it up and learned it, and now whenever I play it, I think of Mike. He was an excellent guitar player. I have many fond memories, from family get togethers, of Mike. I can’t believe he is gone. Prayers and love for you all. ❤️ I pray the Lord gives you all strength and peace through this very difficult time.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Karen Matijas left a message on June 23, 2019:
I met “ Elder Stack “ when he served in our area of The NY Rochester Mission ,” back in the day !” It was a wonderful time in my life as a few of my HS friends were taking missionary discussions and Elder Stack and his companion Elder Hallock “ quickly became a favorite missionary team ! Our small branch needed Elder Stacks strong testimony of the Gospel as well as the laughter and joy he brought to all of us . I’m adding this picture of Elder Stack , it will always bring a smile to my face as this is how our paths crossed , and then we were blessed with a dear friendship . Mikes spiritual strength , physical and emotional strength during his health trials showed so much to all of us . He remained positive and faithful always , loving and giving . My life was made better by your husbands , fathers , grandfathers , brother , sister and dear Mom of Mikes family . May you all feel of the great love that surrounds you .
Debbie Stack Fischer left a message on June 23, 2019:
So sorry for your loss Ann, Jamie, Lindy, Trevor, Jayse and your families. One step at a time and with time we will all heal and get past this grieving time. Our memories will always be in our hearts. How grateful we are that we know we will all be reunited one day. He is not suffering anymore and that is a blessing also. It was so good to see all of you just a few weeks ago and I am sending you hugs & kisses & prayers of comfort. I love all of you forever and always . . . To infinity and beyond! I have SO many fond memories it is hard to just pick one. Being just a year apart and having a lot of the same interests, we had many adventures (usually ending with me being the one with stitches, a broken tail bone, barrel cactus needles in my bottom and many bruises and us being in trouble! He was full of life and always up for an adventure. I can still hear his “C’mon Deb, it’ll be fun”! He knew my husband before I did. The three of us had many adventures in High School also. He was an integral part of Mike (my husband) joining the church. When he was preparing for his mission he used to practice the “lessons” on my husband. Mike always made me laugh (when I wasn’t crying from being injured) and would make everything fun. He grew up into a good husband, amazing father and an adoring grandfather. I will miss him so much until we meet again. Love you forever and always my brother!
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