Obituaries

Stacey Lee Ivers-Hauser

31/05/1979 - 19/12/2023

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Obituary For Stacey Lee Ivers-Hauser

May 31, 1979 – December 19, 2023
Age: 44

It is with heavy hearts we mournfully announce the passing of Stacey Lee Ivers-Hauser. A life ended far too soon. She went to be with her Saviour December 19, 2023 in hospital at Grande Prairie, Alberta.

Stacey was born on May 31, 1979 Prince George BC to Randy and Judy Ivers (Rud). Stacey was an only child, she had numerous cousins that treated her like their sister. Her most memorable time was spent in Osoyoos BC for over a decade, as a devoted mother of three sons and wife to Chris. She enjoyed the lifestyle of beautiful Osoyoos, Land of Paradise. Her childhood was spent growing up between Prince George and Fort Nelson BC from 1979-2005. She recently moved back to Fort Nelson, BC, June 2023, to care for her father who passed away on September 23, 2023. She was a daddy’s girl who followed him everywhere, even up to Heaven to be by his side. She loved family gatherings, cooking, camping, boating, tequila and drinking beer with her Dad. Most of all Stacey’s pride and joy was taking care of her precious three sons. Stacey will be truly missed by many friends and family members, loved by all. Rest in Peace, Heaven has another Angel. See you when we get there.

Stacey is survived by her spouse Chris Hauser; sons Tanner Ivers, Grayson Ivers-Hauser, and Remington Ivers-Hauser; mother Judy Ivers (Rud); and numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Stacey was predeceased by her father Randy Ivers, grandparents Mary and Ken Ivers, and Melvin and Elsie Rud; stepfather Larry Trombley; and brother in law Darcy Hauser.

A Celebration of Life will be held at a date and time to be announced in the summer of 2024, in Osoyoos, BC.

In memory of Stacey, donations can be made to local women’s shelters.

Care entrusted to Bear Creek Funeral Home 780 830-7742 bcfh.ca

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