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In loving memory of Stacy Gunsaules, co-owner of the Rusty Pelican Cafe in Mill Creek and Edmonds

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Stacy Marie Limberopoulos Gunsaules, courageously passed away on November 1st, 2016. She was co-owner of the Rusty Pelican Cafe in Mill Creek and Edmonds, along with her parents Peter and Marilyn Limberopoulos and twin sister, Johanna.
An angel on earth, Stacy was there to help the homeless in need, any animal being abused she was their voice, and for anyone else she crossed paths with, Stacy was there with an open heart. Photo courtesy of family.

Stacy Marie Limberopoulos Gunsaules: January 12th, 1983, to November 1st, 2016.

From Stacy Gunsaules Obituary.

Our daughter-twin sister Stacy left this world so young, and so brave. Stacy was 33 years young when she so courageously closed her eyes with her Papa Bear and Auntie Stella by her side and went to fly with all the angels waiting for her.

Stacy's parents and twin sister could not have been prouder of how she lived her life doing everything for everyone else and putting herself last.

An angel on earth, Stacy was there to help the homeless in need, any animal being abused she was their voice, and for anyone else she crossed paths with, Stacy was there with an open heart.

Stacy was always there with her abundance of love and determination to make a dent in sometimes this cruel world.

Her heart was bigger than this universe and had more love and passion to fix the things that were wrong in her short life, to try and make them right.

As a parent one could not ask for a better child and could not be more proud of her. Stacy along with her dad as she called "Papa Bear" Peter, her mom Marilyn, her loving twin sister, Johanna who are all co-owners of the Rusty Pelican Cafe in Edmonds and Mill Creek.

Her family along with her husband Aaron and their two four legged girls whom she loved beyond words, Hurley and Chloe, lives will never be the same.

Stacy was a twin and with her surviving twin Johanna did not breathe as two but as one. They were closer than two people could ever be and the love they had for each other was like no other.

Left behind to carry out Stacy's memory are her husband Aaron, her loving parents Peter and Marilyn, her beloved twin sister, Johanna and brother in law Steven. Also many aunts, uncles, cousins, along with many friends and many many more of Stacy's furry friends.

In lieu of flowers, please feel free to contribute in memory of Stacy to the causes that were very close to her heart.

Memorial for our precious Stacy: Monday, November 7th, 2016, from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Evergreen Washelli, 11111 Aurora Ave North, Seattle, Washington. Burial will be private.

  • Pasados's Safe Haven P.O. Box 171,Sultan, Washington 98294.
  • Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation, 9272 Jeronimo Road, Suite 122, Irvine, California 92618.
  • St. Jude's Children's Hospital, online dedicated donations accepted.

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