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Stacy K. Mwangi

March 2, 1995 — November 24, 2020

The service is private and by invitation only.   Face masks are required for all. Social distancing and other protective measures will be observed during the service.  The Brandon Funeral Home is assisting the family.  In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to The Pat Brody Shelter for Cats, 499 Northfield Rd., Lunenburg, Ma. 01462.



Stacy Kabura Mwangi was born on March 2,1995 in Nairobi, Kenya. She was the beloved daughter of the late David Mwangi Marubu and Judy Marshall and beloved stepdaughter of James Marshall of Leominster, Mass. Stacy and her father enjoyed a close, loving relationship.   Stacy and her family immigrated to the United States in 2009 and settled in Worcester where she attended Worcester public schools and graduated from Burncoat High School in 2013.  She attended Worcester State University and received her B.A. in Psychology in 2017.  She worked as a direct support professional for The Arc of Opportunity in Fitchburg upon her college graduation.  Most recently, she was employed as a Health Care Coordinator for the Seven Hills Foundation in Worcester.

Stacy was a quiet, thoughtful, and sensitive young woman who cared deeply about helping others. She loved traveling and recently visited the United Kingdom and Germany to attend a cousin’s wedding. She also visited her aunt Mary and cousins Kena and Kabura in Atlanta.   She had dreams of returning to London so she could spend more time exploring the city and visiting with her cousin Audrey.   Stacy also enjoyed dancing, going to the beach, playing video games and spending time with her family. She loved cats and was instrumental in adopting a family cat from a local animal shelter.   She was an excellent cook and financed her college education by working as a short order cook in the Worcester State University dining halls.  She taught a weekly cooking class at The Arc of Opportunity and earned praise from everyone for her teaching skills and delicious recipes.  Stacy also planned outings with her clients and loved helping people with disabilities explore their community.  She wanted to go back to school so she could better herself professionally.

Stacy is survived by her mother and stepfather as well as her brother Paul Mwangi, his wife, Laura, Aunt Isabella and Uncle Gee, cousins Fiona, Calvin and Chris; Aunt Cecilia and Uncle Simo, cousins Susan and Audrey; Uncle Raymond; Uncle Ian, cousins Eugene and Sean; Aunt Nancy and Uncle Zakayo and cousins Karimi, Gathoni and Kabura; Aunt Joyce and cousin Brian; Aunt Carol and cousin Micheal; Aunt Maryann and cousin Kena; Uncle Mathu and cousin Nathan; stepsister Laura Marshall, her grandmothers, numerous other aunts, uncles and cousins. Stacy touched everyones lives with her grace and unselfish spirit and will be greatly missed by all.
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