It is with heavy hearts and profound sadness that we announce the passing of Stacey Kimberly McLean a loving wife, devoted mother, and doting grandmother, who departed this world on October 10, 2023, at the age of 62. She leaves behind a legacy of love, laughter, and warmth that will be cherished forever.
Born on October 14, 1961, in Los Angeles, California, Stacey was a woman of remarkable grace and unwavering dedication. She was the beloved wife of Fernando McLean for over 10 years, and their love was a testament to the beauty of commitment and partnership. Their individual journeys were fated to intertwine, creating a beautiful story that would span the ages. Together, they shared a life filled with adventures and laughter of treasured memories. Their deep bond was inseparable, always there for one another through life’s ups and downs. Their love was a shining example of what a strong and loving partnership should be.
During Stacey’s free time, she enjoyed relaxing at beaches, nursing plants and flowers, walks in the park at sunset and taking pictures of nature’s wildlife and scenic skyline. Her home was her castle. It was evident she had a natural talent for interior design. This became her hobby decorating not only her home, but the homes of people she would meet at open houses, also in stores like Crate & Barrel, Home Goods, At Home, Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, Macy’s, and others.
As a mother, Stacey was the epitome of love and nurturing. She leaves behind two adoring daughters, Porche Pointer and Tajah Frazier, who were the center of her world. Her guidance, support, and endless affection will forever shape their lives, and she will be missed beyond measure.
In her role as a Front Desk Coordinator at the Prince George’s County Economic Development Corporation, Stacey found immense joy and fulfillment. Over the last seven years, she dedicated herself to her work, greeting callers, visitors, and providing invaluable administrative support to all levels of staff, government officials, and constituents. Her friendly smile and welcoming demeanor touched the lives of many, and her commitment to excellence was truly exemplary.
Beyond her professional life, Stacey had a heart full of love for her three precious grandchildren. She reveled in the joys of their company, showering them with affection, wisdom, and unwavering support. Her legacy will continue to live on in the hearts of these young ones.
Stacey was not just a remarkable professional and a devoted family woman; she was a friend to all who had the privilege of knowing her. She was a beloved confidant to her many friends. Her kindness, compassion, and generous spirit will forever be etched in the memories of those who were touched by her presence.
She was predeceased by father Lester Davis, Mother Margie Williams, and youngest brother Christopher Davis.
She is survived by husband Fernando McLean, siblings Barry Davis and Lisa Davis, daughters Porche Pointer and Tajah Frazier, and many cousins and nieces.
In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests donations be made to American Cancer Society in Stacey’s honor (https://donate.cancer.org/). Your support will help continue the legacy of compassion and care that was so dear to her heart.
Though she may have left this world, Stacey’s love and light will forever shine on in the hearts of those who loved her. She will be deeply missed and lovingly remembered, always.
“Those we love don’t go away; they walk beside us every day.”