In April of 2022, Lacey Anne Jasiekiewicz was presented with the warrior's task of battling a rare and aggressive form of cancer. Though heavy was the weight of her fight, she wore it like a crown of feathers, showing strength in her eyes and determination in her heart. Now, her enemy is no more and Lacey is at rest with her father, John K. Jasiekiewicz and her grandfather, Joseph Jasiekiewicz by her side. Lacey Anne Jasiekiewicz came into the world on June 3, 1987 with a head full of hair, a mischievous smile, and a heart of gold. Though she was the youngest and quietest of Lisa and John's three girls, Lacey definitely contributed her fair share of childhood antics that her siblings and mother will look back on with love for the rest of their lives. Whether it was "Walking on Broken Glass" as a toddler, dreaming big and circling everything in the JC Penny catalog for Christmas, or locking herself in her room after accidentally destroying her childhood blanket, Lacey found a way to add to a scrapbook of memories that has helped to make her family smile even on the darkest of days. Childhood capers aside, Lacey was a highly intelligent and hard working young woman. After graduating from Ware High School in 2005, Lacey went on to attend Lasell University earning a degree in Business Management. When she was not working, Lacey enjoyed all things creative and imaginative. She loved to draw, she loved to read, and more than anything she loved the world of professional wrestling. Lacey's family would like to give a special shout out to Drew Cordeiro from Beyond Wrestling, Donna Letizia and Linda McMahon of McMahon Ventures, and Paul "Triple H" Levesque of the WWE for bringing light into Lacey's life on what otherwise might have been some very dark days. Lacey leaves behind: her mother, Lisa and step-father Kenneth Zearfoss, who will forever miss her "little girl"; her sisters, Alicia and Amanda, her brother-in-law, Norbert Dusza, who will now only have each other to pick on; her sweet niece and nephew, Lukasz and Zofia Dusza, who will miss their "Aunty Lacey". Additionally, Lacey leaves behind her step-sister, Jessica Zearfoss, and step-brother, Joshua Zearfoss, several loving and devoted aunts and uncles, Tammy and Scott Cairns, Cheryl Stolar and Dante Artioli, Frank Stolar, Mark Loya, Joyce and Mark Jasik, Mike Jasik, who loved her like one of their own, as well as several cousins, Ryan, Lindsey, Josh, Brandon, Kody, Colby, Jen, and Kim, who were, no doubt, some of the "first friends" that Lacey had. Lacey will also be greatly missed by her surviving grandmother, Eva Jasiekiewicz and Judy Goodwin. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Lacey's name to the Graceful Swan, LLC. 81 Osborne Road, Ware, MA 01082, which is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing opportunities to children of Ware. Lacey will be laid to rest with her father, in St. Mary's Cemetery in Ware. A Graveside Service to commemorate her life will be held on Tuesday, May 16, 2023 at 11 AM in the Our Lady of Czestochowa Section. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cebula Funeral Home of Ware. For more information and an online guest book, please visit: www.cebulafuneralhome.com .
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