Stayce Lane Skipper

Stayce Lane Skipper, 61, of Amarillo, TX passed away September 21, 2023.

Stayce Lane Skipper
Stayce Lane Skipper

Memorial service will held at 12:00 PM, Friday, September 29, 2023 at Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors.

Stayce was born May 2, 1962 in Plainview, TX to Alvie and Genovena Barton. She attended schools in Booker, Texas then studied at Amarillo College in Computer Science/Programming. For nearly 10 years, she worked in commodities as a secretary for Tejas Trading Company. Stayce was also a licensed insurance agent and worked as an account manager for multiple insurance companies, her most recent employment being at Williams Boyce Agency in Amarillo, TX.

She enjoyed cooking homemade meals, gardening, working out, spending quality time with family and friends, experiencing new places and foods, and was always willing to help and take care of others.

Stayce is preceded in death by her father, Alvie Barton; her mother, Genoveva Flovin Barton; and her brothers, Lee Barton and James Barton.

She is survived by her children, Dallas Skipper, Zachary Juarez and Kari Uder; and her sisters, Tatum Hood and Dana Barton.




5 Replies to “Stayce Lane Skipper”

  1. Stayce, I will miss you so much! You had a huge heart and your love shined through. We had many wonderful moments together. You were very special! I loved you more than I told you! We had at least 30 years together. I wanted 30 more!!! You are my Angel. I hope you come talk to me soon. I miss you 🥰

  2. Stayce, you were one of my very 1st friends when I moved to Booker from California. As the years went by, we grew apart but your kindness never disappeared. You were a beautiful soul always and forever. You will be missed deeply but never forgotten.

  3. Stayce was the sweetest person I have ever met. Her smile was contagious, and I know she is in a better place. Dallas, your mom loved you more than you will ever know. You are all she talked about.
    I pray that you feel God’s presence in the days ahead.

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