Stacy Stuart Stribling

MIDLAND - Stacy Stuart Stribling, of Midland, died Oct. 15, 2017, at home. Funeral services were Oct. 19, at First Baptist Church in Stanton. Interment followed at Evergreen Cemetery in Stanton. He was born on July 18, 1967, in Tarrant County, to William Edward and Patricia Ann. In 1975, he moved with his family to Martin County and attended and graduated from Grady High School. He had achievements in sports, FFA and shop, graduating in 1985. After graduating, he attended Angelo State University and UTPB. In 1993, he began his career in the environmental industry with Nova Environmental. As an environmental scientist, he worked for Philip, B & H, Wilbros and then independent consulting. In 1993, he met Shelly and her two girls, Dusti and Alyssa, beginning their family life. On Jan. 17, 1997, they welcomed their son Noble Edward. He was an avid Dallas Cowboys fan, to the point where birthdays were scheduled around the season and he always had a chair at Thanksgiving ready to watch the game. He loved the outdoors and taught his kids how to hunt and shoot a gun. Later in life, he found golf and enjoyed the greens with friends as well as clay shooting tournaments. His greatest achievement was being an amazing father and grandfather.  He was preceded in death by his grandparents Bob and Helen Thrailkill of Stanton and Bill and Thelma Stribling of Midland; father William Edward Stribling, Jr of Midland and aunt Francis Scott of Midland. He is survived by his mother Patricia High of Stanton; son Noble Stribling of Midland; daughters Dusti Dunham of Ohio and Alyssa Starr of Victoria; granddaughters Willow, Jocelynne, RyAnn and Kinsleigh; cousins KC Caulder, Robert Scott and Bill Scott and their families; special friend Shelly Miller Stribling of Austin and many other family and friends. Pallbearers were KC Caulder, Robert Scott, Bill Scott, Kyle Large, Cody Large, Kevin Caulder, Bill Swink, Fred Garza, Terry Shanks and Ken Welch. Arrangements were under the direction of Gilbreath Funeral Home of Stanton. Online condolences can be made at www.npwelch.com

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