Spencer Graeme Stucky, age 32, was born on a full moon, Friday, October 13th, 1989, and is survived by his loving parents, Roger P. & Ruthanne Stucky of Moundridge, KS. He passed away due to an undiagnosed heart condition in combination with a freak accident on February 18, 2022. Additional survivors include: sister, Alisa Stucky of Lawrence, KS, with nieces, Zoe & Bridgette Stucky-Dorris; sister, Dixie (Doug) Weilert of Leoti, KS, with nephews, Phillip (Lizzie) Weilert and Trenton (Ellisa) Weilert; sister, Susan Stephenson of McPherson, KS with niece, Jenni Stephenson; cousin, Roger Hernandez of Wichita, KS, with Emily and Eli Hernandez; and loving aunts, uncles, and cousins.
He was preceded in death by a sister, Kathy Stephenson; grandparents, Marvel and Elbert Guyer; and grandma, Kathleen Stucky.
Spencer graduated from Moundridge High School with the class of 2008, attended Salina Automotive Vo-Tech, and worked part-time at Moridge Manufacturing in the fabrication department. He always liked working with steel.
At an early age, he had a natural feel for handling equipment and enjoyed working on the farm with his dad, especially hauling grain to the elevator and moving hay off the field. Currently, he was looking forward to a product demonstration position with the Grasshopper Company.
Spencer endured life’s challenges and medical setbacks, loved his family dearly, and was famous for his bear hugs. He loved skiing the Black Diamond Runs in Colorado with his sister, Dixie, and her family. The holidays were a great time with his nieces, sharing good dog and cat stories with each other. He was very proud to be Bridgette and Zoe’s uncle.
Spencer was very patriotic, loved his country, and had great political discussions with cousin, Roger. Sister, Susan, was a nurturer to Spencer. When Spencer was a small boy helping Susan pull weeds, he asked, “Who in the world plants weeds?”
He loved music, nature, beautiful Kansas sunsets, the outdoors, 4 wheeling on family ranch land, and was always willing to help anyone in need.
The funeral service will be held at 5:00 PM, Friday, February 25, 2022, at the First Presbyterian Church, McPherson, KS. A time of fellowship will follow the service at the church. Private burial will be held in the Mound Township Cemetery, Moundridge, KS. To view a livestream broadcast of the service, pleae click on the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UE7MnrlH43Y
Memorial contributions may be given to the Kansas Center for Autism Research and Training (KCART) or McPherson County Humane Society, both in care of Stockham Family Funeral Home, 205 North Chestnut, McPherson, KS 67460.