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Stacy Michelle Aumiller-Doak

Stacy Michelle Aumiller Doak, 47, passed away Wednesday, August 25, 2021 at Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County. Stacy was born on April 28, 1974 in Beaumont, Texas, the daughter of Jim Aumiller and Linda Mccauley. She was a graduate of the Rock Springs High School and the University of Wyoming. She worked as a pharmacist in Washington, Wyoming, and Colorado for 25 years. Stacy married Terry Doak, they later separated. She enjoyed spending her time traveling, cooking, and being generous to her family and friends. Survivors include her mother Linda Aumiller of Rick Springs, WY; brother Jared Aumiller; sister-in-law Tammy Aumiller; companion Aaron Strickland; niece Brook Aumiller; and nephew Jasper Aumiller all of Laramie, WY. She is preceded in death by her father Jim Aumiller and nephew Canyon Aumiller. Cremation will take place and services will be held at a later date. Condolences may be left at www.foxfh.com. To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Stacy Michelle Aumiller-Doak please visit our Sympathy Store.

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Stacey was one of my favorite students, She was smart, fun and intellectually mature. I loved her sense of humor and her zest for life. As one of her former teachers, I followed her academic and professional successes. She is gone too soon. I know she and her mom were close friends and that will make the loss even harder. As a mom, the thought of anyone losing one of their children breaks my heart. My thoughts are with you, Linda, and the rest of her family. May you find peace eventually in good memories. Dee Forrest

Dee Forrest Sep 6 2021 12:00 AM

My wife Sue and I are sad to hear of Stacy's passing. She has left the world too soon. Many years ago, Stacy was an excellent student in a course I taught at WWCC. She was bright, reliable, and focused in that course: I knew she was bound for further success, both in her academic endeavors and pharmacy career. I learned from her father--my colleague and friend Jim--that she received many job offers and, later, that she was doing very well as pharmacist. Sue and I send our sympathies to Linda, and to all of Stacy's family and friends. The loss must be palpable and deep. May the road ahead grow smoother for you all. Chris Kennedy and Susan Bates Whitehall, MI

Chris Kennedy Sep 3 2021 12:00 AM