Stacey Diane Geddes Danielson, age 55, passed away after a brief illness at the University of Maryland, Baltimore Washington Medical Center in Glen Burnie, surrounded by her loving family. Stacey was born November 15, 1965 to the late Dow Geddes and Karen Kennard Geddes in Laurel, MD. Stacey graduated from Anne Arundel High School in 1983. Stacey began her career right out of high school in the metals industry. Stacey was employed as a Sales Representative for Metal Supermarkets, Baltimore, MD. She loved her work family and they loved her also. Stacey took great pride in her work and was very sought after because of her knowledge. Her customers followed her wherever she went. She made many lifelong friends from the industry. She was frequently recognized for her hard work. Besides her work Stacey adored her beloved furkids (kitties) and growing her vegetables and herbs. She loved having family over for pool time, music, great food and playing poker, where she usually won. Stacey would light up a room wherever she was with her infectious laugh and quick wit. Stacey's untimely passing has left the world a darker place, but her sunshine will live in our hearts forever. Stacey is survived by her mother, Karen Geddes Kiefer of Pasadena, her fiance, Donald Williams of the home, her brother Steve (Krista) Geddes, nephew Garrett Geddes, and niece Rachel (Matt) Miller, great nephew Grady Miller and great niece Harper Miller. Stacey is also survived by her step son Jimmy (Jessica) Hackett, step daughter JD (Andy) Webber, step grandchildren, A.J., Nicholas, Alex, Sarah, and Emma, and 3 step great great grandchildren. Stacey was proceeded in death by her father, her husband Gordon Danielson, and step father Jack Kiefer. Stacey was known for her quiet acts of kindness. In honor of Stacey, the family asks for your thoughts and prayers through engaging in simple and quiet acts of kindness, as she did. There is also a message board attached to this obituary that we ask that you share your memories and pictures.
In her honor, donations can be made in her name to any SPCA or Animal Rescue of your choice.
A celebration of life will be held May 23rd from 1:00-6:00 at Beefalo Bobs, 8015 Ft. Smallwood Road, Curtis Bay, MD 21226.