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“When Stacy and I first met in cosmetology class in 2002, we hit it off right away! She was such a wonderful person, always smiling. Sad to say we...Read More »
1 of 23 | Posted by: Nichole Valentine (Young) - MI

“I hired Stacy as soon as I met her! She was someone special and I could tell she would be an asset to our team! She had special gifts of always...Read More »
2 of 23 | Posted by: Cheryl Niewiadomski - Roseville, MI

“When first we met, it was like meeting someone I had already known my whole life. I would have never made it through training and my first year one...Read More »
3 of 23 | Posted by: Katherine Taveggia - MI - Friend

“She always made me feel beautiful when I came into the salon. She was always smiling, and just pretty as a button. She made everyone feel beautiful...Read More »
4 of 23 | Posted by: Monics Kiel - Sterling Hts, MI

“I am so sorry to hear about the loss of Stacey.. I live in her Grandma court.. my daughter went to school with her.. my prayers and sympathies are...Read More »
5 of 23 | Posted by: Cindy Slavko - Clinton Twp, MI

“I've known Stacy since we were kids. We always had so much fun together. She always had that big beautiful smile on her face and could make anyone...Read More »
6 of 23 | Posted by: Brandy Bradford - MI - Friend

“I met Stacy through Trisha, as Trisha and I have been working together for nearly 15 years. I loved her right away! Stacy was personable, kind,...Read More »
7 of 23 | Posted by: Nicole Zolinski - Middleville, MI

“Janice and Don, We are so sorry to hear of the loss of your beautiful daughter. May you take comfort in the wonderful...Read More »
8 of 23 | Posted by: Connie (Amey) Chartier - Warren, MI

“Stacy always made me think of what an Angel looks like. Although I didn't see her very often, I was always amazed at her beauty❤. Such a...Read More »
9 of 23 | Posted by: Michele Froehlich - MI - Friend

“Stacy was an amazing young woman. We laughed, cried, argued but always came out as friends. I met her at 18 and loved her from that moment on....Read More »
10 of 23 | Posted by: April Marlow - MI - Friend

“Stacy you will always be one of my best friends. You were always there for me when i needed you, and always thought of other people and how to make...Read More »
11 of 23 | Posted by: Carl Muylaert - Friend

“I thought you were one of the nicest young women I've ever met. My heart is so sad. You were too young to leave all those that cared about you. I...Read More »
12 of 23 | Posted by: Linda Welch - Warren, MI

“I'm so sorry for your the loss of your precious daughter. I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers. Beautiful pictures. ”
13 of 23 | Posted by: Tracy Albers - Clinton Twp, MI

“I am so sorry to hear that Stacy has passed. Trisha-I can't even fathom what you are going through, nonetheless your mom and dad. I know we have lost...Read More »
14 of 23 | Posted by: Shannon Tokarski - MI

“Dearest Stacy...I'm so so sad by the loss of you. You were such a wonderful, beautiful, talented woman and mother. Seeing your face at the salon...Read More »
15 of 23 | Posted by: Katie Sachs - Clinton Twp., MI

“I was so sorry to hear that Stacy had passed away, my deepest sympathy to her family. I was a client at Classic Design and enjoyed seeing her there....Read More »
16 of 23 | Posted by: Briony Lawson - Center Line, MI

“Stacey was a vibrant young lady. I met Stacey through my daughters. She was like a daughter to us. We watched her grow up from a teen. She will be...Read More »
17 of 23 | Posted by: Jeff & Renee Adkins - Capac, MI

Classic Design Hair Studio “Stacy was a fabulous hairdresser. She could sell French fries to McDonalds. Everyday she came in we couldn't wait to hear her crazy stories. You will...Read More »
18 of 23 | Posted by: Beverly Reed - MI - Friend

“Dear sweet Kadyn, when you speak of her, speak not with tears, for thoughts of her should not be sad. Let memories of the times you shared give you...Read More »
19 of 23 | Posted by: Katherine and Noah Taveggia - MI

“May you find peace, strength, and comfort in the word of GOD. We will continuously keep you in our prayers. ”
20 of 23 | Posted by: Buffy Ryals - Clinton twp, MI

“Stacy, I still remember the day your mom brought you home from the hospital and the sign & cards that Trish and I colored for your home coming almost...Read More »
21 of 23 | Posted by: Shanon Rupkus - MI - Friend

“Stacy,you are very much missed. ”
22 of 23 | Posted by: Tammy Brennan - Clinton township, MI

“Rip ❤ ”
23 of 23 | Posted by: Mary and joe Caramagno - MI

Stacy Marie Bleisch, age 31 of Clinton Township, died Monday, May 15, 2017. She was born June 12, 1985 in Warren, daughter of Donald and Janice (nee: Seewerker) Bleisch.

With sights set on creating a bright future for herself, Stacy followed up her high school education by enrolling at Baker College with an emphasis on business administration. After much hard work, long hours studying, and a perseverance to see herself through, Stacy proudly earned her Bachelor's Degree in business.

Not merely possessing a smart mind and true determination, Stacy was also gifted with some incredible talents when it came to styling hair and cosmetology. She not only knew her way around the make-up counter, she knew how to use it as well. You could sit down in front of Stacy as an ugly duckling,…and come away looking like a Queen. The same could have easily been said about her skills with hair styling, which is why she chose to begin a professional career as a hairdresser. There are many of her customers walking around out there who can attest to how Stacy was one of their best kept beauty secrets. Her creative and artsy side was also witnessed in her abilities for decorating and cooking. Whether she was answering the call of feng shui or working her magic in the kitchen, if you were depending on Stacy for a little "feel good" experience in life,…she was truly your girl.

When Stacy found time away from work and responsibilities, one of her greatest passions was enjoying the outdoors,…especially with all that the Mitten has to offer and the many venues of entertainment at her disposal. In the warmer months, the waters of Michigan called her name and beckoned her to get that jet-ski revved up. Close to the water was her love of simply hangin' out at the beach. Get Stacy and a bunch of her friends together for a day on the beach and an awesome time was bound to be had. And if the beach wasn't calling, quite often a favorite campground would do the trick. Camping in Michigan offers so many wonderful opportunities, and Stacy enjoyed as much of it as possible. And whether on the beach or at the campground, Stacy had become quite the collector of rocks and boasted an impressive plethora of samples from the many different places she had been. She also enjoyed a special appreciation for motorcycle riding and loved cruisin' down the highway with the wind blowing through her hair and the sunshine on her face.

When things became a bit more cold & snowy, the other form of outdoorsy action she loved quickened her to suit up and climb aboard her snowmobile and lay some tracks through the wintry tundra we Michigander's call home. It's kind of like jet-skiing,…you just don't get so wet.

A charismatic young woman with a smile that could light up a room brighter than any sun in the universe,…and an infectious laugh that could put a sad-sack in stitches,…Stacy easily made friends wherever she went, and held on to many of them as life pressed on. She deeply loved her family and friends and leaves behind a storehouse of warm and wonderful memories created with them all in the short few years they shared together. But of all the loves in her life, there is none which she held as dear and close as the bond of love she shared with her precious son, Kadyn. The two of them were like peas in a pod and enjoyed each other's company immeasurably. Stacy often referred to her little man as the most important part of her life, and her best accomplishment of all.

A loving mother, daughter, sister and friend, Stacy leaves this mortal coil far too soon than any could have imagined, but it's the beautiful moments and memories that linger which must be embraced,…the gift of her love which will remain forevermore in the radiance of a smile, the invitation of a laugh, and the next best hairdo you see that reminds you of how one day,…Stacy made you look like a Queen! Just imagine the hair she stylin' up in Heaven…no pressure there, eh?
Rest in peace, dear one.

Stacy was the dearest mother of Kadyn VonKeltz, and beloved daughter of Donald & Janice Bleisch. Loving granddaughter of Elizabeth Plietz, and sister of Trisha (Scott) Dansbury. Cherished Aunt of Addison and Carter Dansbury, and niece of Linda & Christopher Pierik and John Bleisch.

A Memorial Visitation will be held Sunday, May 21st from 3-6pm, with a 6:00 pm Memorial Service to follow, at the D.S. Temrowski & Sons Funeral Home, 30009 Hoover Road at Common (12 ½ Mile Rd) in Warren.

Memorial donations are welcomed to the Kadyn VonKeltz Education Fund, being set aside for her son's future dreams and aspirations.

The following link has been provided for those wishing to donate through the GoFundMe website -

Please share memories of Stacy at her memory book above.