Stacie Ann Van Deman Payne, age 58, passed away peacefully while surrounded by her loving family on Friday, November 30, 2018 at her home in The Plains, Virginia. Stacie courageously battled Prion disease, which is a very cruel, neurological and non-contagious brain disease.
Stacie will be remembered for her sunshine, love and laughter by so many. Stacie is survived by her loving husband Kenneth Payne, Jr. Ken and Stacie were married for 31 years and built an amazing life filled with love, laughter and adventures together. Ken and Stacie raised two amazing children; daughter, Elizabeth Marie Payne and son, Zachary Graham Payne. Another one of their grand adventures began in 2010, when their beloved granddaughter, Grace Elizabeth Whalen was born. Grace is, and always will be, the light of their life. Stacie, aka, Maw-maw, delighted in art projects, nature walks and more with Grace.
Stacie is also survived by her siblings, Billy Russell and Judy Russell. Her sister, Judy was her best friend and grand adventure partner. The joy, love and laughter shared by those two was contagious. Stacie was an amazing aunt, confidant and cheerleader in the lives of her nieces and nephews; Angie Ritterpusch, Becki Russell, Michael Payne, Courtney Payne, Frank Van Deman V, Nichole Van Deman and Joseph Van Deman. She is also survived by her uncle, Pete Van Deman.
Stacie was preceded in death by her parents, Frank Van Deman, III and Rubye Holmes & her husband, Larry; and a brother, Frank ‘Chucky’ Van Deman, IV.
The family will receive friends at Moser Funeral Home, 233 Broadview Ave., Warrenton, VA on Thursday, December 6th, beginning at 10 am and followed by a celebration of Stacie’s life starting at 11 am. A reception will follow at the Marshall Ruritan club, 800 Salem Ave., Marshall, VA 20115.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Capital Caring Hospice, 2900 Telestar Court, Falls Church, VA, 22042 and/or the Marshall Ruritan Club.
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