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Stacey S. Creighan

August 10, 1981 - October 23, 2021

Stacey S. Creighan

August 10, 1981 - October 23, 2021

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Obituary For Stacey S. Creighan

Lynn - Beloved daughter, grand- and great-granddaughter, sister, niece, cousin, and friend, Stacey Creighan, 40, passed away on Saturday, October 23, 2021. She is survived by her parents, Robert and Lori-anne (Osgood) Creighan, and her brother, Robert Creighan, Jr. and his partner Mark Baldwin.

Stacey was born on August 10, 1981, in Salem, Massachusetts, and grew up in Lynn. She graduated from St. Pius V and Bishop Fenwick.

Stacey loved traveling. She spent a summer abroad in London and explored England, France, and Spain. She also trekked all over America, driving cross-country. But her favorite place was Sluice Pond, located steps from her childhood home in Lynn.

Stacey is also survived by aunts and uncles: Linda and Arthur Crist; Josie (Capobianco) Osgood and Steve Lightbown; David and Debora Osgood; Nancy Elizabeth and Paul Seaward; Kevin and Cathy Creighan; Jane and Al D’Addario; Danny Creighan; Patty Kausel; and Paula and James Fauci. She’s also survived by many cousins: Jenny Jalali; Nicholas Crist; Lexi (Michael Porambo); David Osgood Jr; Katy Osgood (Jon Armstrong); John Capobianco (Tricia); Jodi Capobianco (Davy Pruzansky); Elizabeth Osgood; Erin Osgood (Brian Schroy); Julia and Timothy Seaward; Lori, James Jr., Danielle, Michelle, Luke, and Michael Fauci; and Julia and John Kausel.

Stacey is predeceased by her grandparents. Ralph H. Jr. and Nancy Osgood; Luke and Barbara Creighan; and great grandparents Gertrude (Keown) MacLean, Ralph H. Sr. and Elizabeth “GG” Osgood; her uncle Ralph H. Osgood, III; and her aunt and uncle, Patti and Jimmy Maguire.

Stacey Creighan had a good soul, a loving heart, and was happiest helping others. She will be sorely missed by all who knew her. (She would have hated us saying this) — To have known her is to love her, and to love her is to miss her.

ARRANGEMENTS: Stacey’s funeral services will be private, followed by a memorial service at a later date. Arrangements by the Conway Cahill-Brodeur Funeral Home, 82 Lynn St., Peabody. Contributions may be made in her memory to Tunnels to Towers Foundation. For an online guestbook, please visit www.ccbfuneral.com.

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  • Our Dear Stacey. You were always a free spirit. Fly our butterfly, fly our Angel. Be at peace. Love, Mom and Dad.

  • We are so sorry for your loss. Chelsea and Cody have many good memories from the Pond. May God Bless

  • Our deepest sympathies are with you Rob and your parents at this very difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. May Stacey rest in peace. Sending our love from Ireland, John, Ciara, James, Tom, Ollie & Rosie Baldwin.

  • Deepest sympathies to you Rob & your parents on the sad passing of Stacey. We are thinking of ye over here in Ireland at this difficult time. Thomas, Deirdre, Jack & Joey Baldwin

  • Thinking of you and Bob on the loss of your daughter. I will always remember her has a young girl at the family functions we had at Hayt, Hayt and Landau. May prayers and good memoires help you through this awful time.

  • Sincere condolence to Bob, Lori-Anne & Rob on the sad passing g of your beautiful daughter Stacey. Our thoughts & prayers are with you at this sad time. May her gentle Soul Rest in Peace. Johnny & Maria Baldwin.

  • I will always remember Stacey as a ten year old girl, in her St. Pius uniform, with a big smile on her face. Stacey was smart, bubbly, talented, friendly and funny. I like to think now she is keeping Gram and Grampy company. Rest in peace Stacey.

  • So sorry for your loss. Stacey was a kind soul. I hope she is resting in the sweetest peace. Love Nina & CJ

  • Rob, sincere condolences to you and your family at this sad time. You are in our thoughts and prayers. May Stacey rest in peace. Sending love, from James, Olivia & Amy Baldwin

  • Our fondest memories of Stacey are the summers she spent on Sluice Pond. She loved diving off the dock, swimming in the Pond and enjoying the summer BBQ's. She always had a big smile, a ready laugh and a fun story to tell. Nothing will ever take away our memories.

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