Stacy Ann Schablin
Stacy Ann Hasslen Schablin, age 43, of Buffalo, died suddenly at her home Saturday, Oct. 14, 2006.
She was born May 17, 1963, in Watertown, S.D, the daughter of Robert and JoAnn Hasslen.
She graduated from Rockford High School in 1981, and attended the Medical Institute of Minnesota, becoming a certified medical assistant in June 1982.
Stacy touched many lives in many different ways. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, friend, and caregiver.
She was a very active member of the Delano Jaycees, holding positions as chapter treasurer, newsletter editor, president, and district director. She was a winner of the Kulp Memorial Award, Geisenbeir Memorial Award, and the John H. Ambruster Keyman Memorial Award ECS Region.
Stacy was an avid fisherman, an assistant Girl Scout leader, Sunday school teacher, and a member of ABATE of Minnesota, Lake Chapter.
Stacy and John Raymond Schablin were joined in marriage Aug. 26, 1982 at Calvary Lutheran Church in Golden Valley. They were blessed with three children.
Stacy is survived by her loving husband, John; children, John Schablin (Erin Clark) of Buffalo, Alicea Schablin (Zach Curley) of Winsted, and Tyler Schablin of Buffalo; grandchildren Skyann Schablin, Quintin Schablin, and Jorell Curley; parents Robert and JoAnn Hasslen of Big Stone City, S.D.; brother Bob (Sharon) Hasslen of Menlo Park, Calif.; sister Becky Hasslen of Buffalo; mother-in-law Philomena Schablin of St. Michael; brother-in-law Gene (Rita) Schablin of St. Michael; sister-in-law Elaine Norby of Rockford; and many nieces, nephews, friends and other relatives.
She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Bob and Helen Hasslen, and Henry and Agnes Roelke of Ortonville; her father-in-law, Gene Schablin of Rockford; and her brother-in-law, Steve Kreitlow of Buffalo.
Funeral service was Thursday, Oct. 19, at 11:00 a.m. at Our Father’s Lutheran Church in Rockford. Interment will be at a later date.
Visitation was Wednesday, Oct. 18 from 4 to 8 p .m. at the Peterson Chapel in Buffalo.
The Peterson Chapel in Buffalo served the family.