Stacey L. Brown
June 11, 1976 - March 5, 2024

Stacey Lynn Brown of Calabash, NC passed away at her home on March 5, 2024, after many years of failing health. She was born in Greenwich, CT and was 47 years old. She battled MS, and 7 other autoimmune diseases. She fought valiantly for more than 25 years.

Stacey is survived by her parents Donald Brown, Sr. of Avon, CT, Lucy Brown of Calabash, NC, brother Donald Brown, Esq. and sister-in-law Zhanna Brown of Avon, CT.  Aunts and Uncles Marilyn and Robert Boone and Bert and Matt Peake, all of Oklahoma.

Stacey was preceded in death by grandparents John and Dorothy Brown of Greenwich, CT, Marion and Lila Hartse, and Esther Hartse of Baker, Montana. Also, by Aunts Ellen Dailey and Shirley Hartse.

Stacey was a graduate of Greenwich High School, Greenwich, CT, Syracuse University with dual majors, and Albany Law School with her JD. She passed both NY and Mass. bars. She was also sworn in to the US Supreme Court. She headed for Massachusetts to practice law, at firms Goodwin Proctor, and Ropes and Gray. Her health forced her into early retirement.  She donated time to Veterans groups, homeless needs, coaching people and spreading goodwill. She was an active member in the DAR, and a member of Little River United Methodist church.

In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to The Multiple Sclerosis Society, or in care of Lucy Brown for distribution to Stacey’s other favorite charities.

Please take a moment to leave the family a message. Arrangements in the care of Coastal Cremations-Carolina Shores.


  • Sharyn (Atkins) Wooten Posted March 14, 2024 12:03 am

    Love to all Stacey’s family at this sad time. I was in youth group with Stacey at 2nd Congregational Church in Greenwich. We were an eclectic bunch with a fierce leader. I have so many wonderful memories laughing, praying, singing, crying, working and carrying on. Stacey was always smiling, laughing uncontrollably and participating with 110%. She kept in touch with all of us through Facebook and though her struggles were real and challenging, her optimism and continued energy shined. I pray she is at peace with her maker, no pain, no struggles, no worries. Grace & Peace ~Sharyn

  • Jane Johnson Posted March 27, 2024 10:17 pm

    Please accept my sincere sympathy in the loss of Stacey. We served together in DAR and I appreciated her knowledge and work ethic very much. Her death leaves a void that cannot be filled.

  • Mary Mears Posted March 28, 2024 9:21 am

    Please accept my condolences for Stacey’s passing. She was our Treasurer when I became a member of the DAR. She will be missed.

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