Stacey Renee Collins

12/20/1968 - 05/03/2024

Stacey Renee Collins

12/20/1968 - 05/03/2024

Stacey Renee Collins, 55, of Palmyra, Indiana, beloved wife, mother, daughter, and friend, gracefully departed from this world on May 3, 2024. Born on December 20, 1968, to the loving embrace of Thomas and Hazel Bowling, Stacey's radiant spirit touched the lives of many.

Stacey leaves behind a legacy of love, devotion, and cherished memories. She is survived by her devoted husband, Eric Collins, her adoring children, Sydney R. Collins, Jessica L. Collins. Brothers, Steven P. Bowling, T. Bryant Bowling, and Richard S. Bowling . Stacey also leaves behind her dear mother, Hazel Bowling, and father Tom Bowling.  Brother in Law Robert B. Collins, Sister In Law Julie Collins- Bobit along with In Laws, Georgiana Collins-Temple and Doug Temple.

Stacey found joy in the simple pleasures of life, especially in nurturing her garden, where she cultivated beauty and serenity. Her green thumb was matched only by her warm heart.

A graduate of North Harrison High School, Class of 1987, Stacey embarked on a fulfilling career path, serving as an exemplary assistant manager at the Jeffersonville Burlington store. Her dedication and kindness endeared her to both colleagues and customers alike.

In honoring Stacey's life, let us embrace the love and joy she shared and carry her legacy forward with kindness and compassion.

in lieu of flowers, please send  donations to Karen Krider / Stacey Bowling- Collins Memorial at First Harrison Bank Palmyra Indiana.    

Condolences (3)

Sherry Witten

I was shocked when I heard Stacey had passed. I am heartbroken for you, Tommy and Hazel. I had not seen Stacey in months and didn’t know she was sick. When I would run into her at work she always had that same smile and the same quick wit. She was one of those people that made you feel like no time had passed since you last spoke. Her smile will be missed. I am so very
sorry. My love and prayers to the Bowling and Collins families.

Janica Roberts

Stacey was not only beautiful on the outside, but on the inside as well! Her sweetness touched all of us. I will forever be grateful that my sister, daughter and I drove from Memphis to see her weeks ago. We shared many wonderful memories at that time. I will never forget the summers I stayed with my Aunt Hazel. Rick(her brother) and I craved attention and we pestered Stacey. Well, we pesters everyone! She would get frustrated, but would follow along with our shenanigans. I will miss her more than words. I love you Stacey!
Your cousin,
Janica “Jan”

Mary Sherrard

My sweet girl, you brought so much love, laughter and joy to everyone . My heart is broken. I miss you and will carry in my heart forever. Until we meet again….Rest in peace my sweet Stacey!!
Love you always,
Aunt Mary.