Stacey Mae Underwood

ST. ALBANS: Stacey Mae Underwood, a loving mother driven by her children and husband, passed away on Monday, December 27th, 2021, with her family at her side. After a short battle with breast cancer, her fight was cut short.

Please note the following update: A Celebration of Stacey’s life will be celebrated on Sunday, January 16th, 2022, 1 – 4pm, at the American Legion Hall, 100 Parah Drive, St. Albans.

Born in St. Albans on January 24th, 1971, she was the daughter of the late Stanley and Theresa (Goodroe) Cameron. Stacey was 50 years old.

After 10 years together, Stacey married the love of her life, Shawn M. Underwood, on June 23rd, 1999 in St. Albans.

Stacey was a 1989 graduate of BFA-St. Albans and during her working career she was associated with Lane Press, INS, and more recently Ben & Jerry’s.

Survivors include her husband Shawn of St. Albans, their children Shawna & Shane of Nantucket, Massachusetts, Jacob and Samantha of Hinesburg, Hope and her canine companion, Holly, of St. Albans, and Landon of St. Albans; as well as her grandchildren, Aubree, Bentley, and Charlie.

Stacey is also survived by her brothers, Harold and Stanley both of St. Albans; her Aunt Patricia, her mother-in-law, Mary Lucas and Peter Bocash of Swanton, sister-in-law Amy Underwood; several nieces, nephews, two great nieces, her special nephew Trever, her cousins, Frankie, Stevie, and David; and all of her friends who were greatly impacted by her.

In addition, to her parents, Stacey is predeceased by her Aunt Sandy, father-in-law, Michael Underwood and brother-in-law, Patrick Underwood.

Stacey was willing to give everything and made mistakes but always tried to make up for them. Until you have someone in your life like Stacey, you could never truly know what it feels like to be understood and accepted.

Memorials in Stacey’s memory may be sent to Franklin County Animal Rescue, 30 Sunset Meadow, St. Albans, Vermont 05478.

Honored to be serving the Underwood Family is the Health Funeral Home, where messages of condolence are welcome at