Members of the Stacy M. Stover family established this scholarship in her memory. Stacy touched the lives of many, giving unselfishly of her time and energy to help others. Her passion for children was demonstrated in the many organizations and activities Stacy was involved in: FABSS; substitute teacher for Findlay City and Hancock County Schools; student tutor at McComb Schools; Campfire Boys and Girls; YMCA day care; Outreach for World Sponsorship for Kids; Gus Macker; Safety Town; Youth for Christ; and Locks for Love. With two dogs, four cats, one bird and a fish tank at home, Stacy also had a love for animals. She volunteered with the Humane Society and Save-A-Pet. Stacy was a member of this community for all of her 29 years, and during that time she developed a deep seeded commitment to her hometown. Her commitment was demonstrated, time and again, through all of the activities she was a part of, including Findlay City Coed Volleyball; Hancock County Leadership; New Life Assembly of God Sunday school teacher; Relay for Life; Open Arms Shelter; Christian ministry concert promoter for Mark Schultz and Arts Partnership. Stacy was a 1993 graduate of Patrick Henry High School and a Bluffton College graduate majoring in child development.