Stacy Lamont Pritchett, son of Claudette A. Pritchett and the late James N. Boyce was born April 17, 1970 in Easton, Maryland. He departed this life on Monday, May 2, 2011 at Shore Health System Memorial Hospital in Easton.\n \n Stacy received his education in the Talbot County Public Schools. He graduated from Easton High School in May 1988. He was employed by A&D fencing and Supplies in Williamsburg, Maryland at an early age. He later became employed with William Keverton Harwood Floors. In 1994 Stacy and Michelle ventured out on faith and became self-employed, creating "Floorever Beautiful Hardwood Floors" their business flourished for 17 years until his health failed.\n \n On July 23, 1999 he was lead into holy matrimony to Michelle Dawson his soul mate. Stacy and Michelle were an inseparable couple for 19 years, they worked and enjoyed precious moments together.\n \n In 2003 Stacy joined and became a faithful member of Chosen Generation Deliverance Ministries, Inc. under the leadership of Rev. Arlene Taylor. Stacy became an ordained Deacon on October 1, 2005. Stacy was very involved in the church; he served as Sunday School Instructor, Transportation Outreach Driver, Custodian, Trustee board and Treasurer. Stacy loved football, track and field. His favorite team was the Washington Redskins. His favorite past time was watching and admiring his wife, Michelle. In addition to his mother, loving memories will be cherished with his devoted and loving wife, Michelle Pritchett; his grandmother, Mary Pritchett; six brothers, Clyde Henry, Darnell Boyce, Michael Boyce, Byron "Monty" Pritchett, Derrick "Ricky" Pritchett, and Tremayne "TJ" Pritchett; two sisters, Tina Dixon and Paula Glover; four aunts, Patricia Woolford, Sheila Pritchett, Sherry Pritchett and Joan Cain; five uncles, Clarence Pritchett, Charles Mills, Dwight Pritchett, Alvin Cain and Ellsworth Boyce; two God mothers, Katie Stanford and Thelma Sheppard; three God children, Kevonya Young, Debra "Princess" Cook and Makye Deshields; one God sister, Vanessa Ryans; a mother in-law, Maggie Ross; a Spiritual mother, Rev. Arlene Taylor; five brothers-in-law, Andre Dawson, William Fletcher, Stanford Dixon, Sr., Shannon Glover and Vincent Smallwood, Jr.; six sisters-in law, Andrea Pritchett, Barbie Pritchett, Chantay Joseph, Sandra Fletcher, Melissa Smallwood and Jessica Hunt; three special friends, Joseph and Raymonda Beech and Catherine Kelley; a host of nephews, nieces, other relatives and friends.\n \n Funeral services will be held on Saturday, May 7, 2011 1pm at Easton Church of God 1009 N. Washington St Easton, MD with a viewing two hours prior to service. Interment Cokes Cemetery Greensboro, MD.