Stacy Lea Collins
July 2, 1974 - February 27, 2023

Stacy Lea Collins, 48, of Jonesboro, Arkansas passed away at Flo and Phil Jones Hospice House on February 27, 2023. She was born on July 2, 1974 in Glendale, California to Harvey Collins and Patricia Amos Collins. Stacy resided at David E. Puryear Center for 28 years, she loved being there and loved the staff and residents as they all loved her. She enjoyed going to Burger King, bowling, coloring, collecting pens, paper, and markers, going to the lake, loving on her sister’s dog “Lucy” and the occasional sip of wine, and giving a toast while having her wine. She was a very happy soul! Survivors include; her parents: Harvey and Patricia Collins of the home; one sister: Cyndi Ball (Ben) of Jonesboro, Arkansas; one nephew: Christopher Pinkston of Jonesboro, Arkansas; brother-in -law (Ben’s) mother: Joan Martin Ball; and a host of other family and friends. She is preceded in death by; her grandparents: George and Hattie Collins. The family will be having a memorial service at Cooper Alumni Center on ASU Campus at a later date.

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  1. Robert and Lynda Bowman, 3716 Pebble Beach Dr., Jonesboro, Arkansas 72404 says

    Pat and Harvey, we were so sorry to learn of the recent passing of your precious daughter, Stacy . Although losing her now leaves a void in your heart and spirit, I know the wonderful memories of time spent with her will forever be a comfort. God be with you as He is with her now.

  2. Bruce and Jean Moore, Jonesboro, AR says

    Our sincere condolences on your loss. Such a hard thing to lose someone you love.

  3. Shirley , Jonesboro Arkansas says

    On behalf of my daughter Amber Redd we were sad to hear of Stacy passing. Amber goes to The Learning Center where we meet your daughter. My son and I was at the bowling center when she got sick and was picked up. We did not think she was so ill so was sad she passed away. Our thoughts go out to your family.

  4. Rodney and Carolyn Cobb, Jonesboro says

    Our prayers are with you and I know God has a loving home for her and you will see her again .May God be with all of you.

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