Ciechanowicz, Stanislawa

Stanislawa “Stacey, Stasia”
Aged 62 years

Our dearly beloved mama passed away on Wednesday July 28th, 2021

At her home in Ferntree Gully, surrounded by family.

Mama to Karolina and Kamil.

Mother-in law to Gareth and Mel

Cherished Babcia to Donny

Family and Friends are invited to

Celebrate the Life of Stanislawa “Stacey, Stasia” Ciechanowicz

on Friday August 6th, 2021, 3pm in the Renowden Chapel,

Springvale Botanical Cemetery

**UPDATE** Due to COVID19 Restrictions Stacey's service is now PRIVATE

Stacey’s Service will be livestreamed, to view her service please visit

14 Tributes

  1. Anne Petroni
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    So sorry for your loss, I feel very sad, your mum was a wonderful person. I still remember when she first arrived from Poland, how beautiful and vivacious she was, and you both were beautiful polish children. She will be greatly missed by all. ❤️❤️❤️

  2. Jodie Lane
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    So sorry for the sad loss of your beautiful mum Stacey , thoughts with you at such a sad time
    Jodie Lane

  3. Mike & Kerry Aubin
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    Stacey sweet lady you will be sadly missed but so fondly remembered. We’ve had some wonderful times with you celebrating different events. Our love & hugs to Karolina & all the family. Fly high on those beautiful wings.

  4. Pam Pincott
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    So sorry for your loss. Stacey will be sadly missed such a beautiful loving and giving person and friend 💐

  5. Olivia, Dylan, Amelia & Winona
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    Thinking of you all in this difficult time. Stacey was an amazing lady. I had some of the best meals at her house and was lucky to spend christmas with you all a bunch of times. I have very fond memories of those times, chatting with your mum in your yard about all sorts of things. She will be missed xx

  6. Aneta Czarniecka
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    Auntie, it’s hard for me to believe that you are not here. Rest in peace.
    Sincerest condolences to Karolina, Kamil, Gareth, Mel and Donny 💐

  7. John Dawkins
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    My heart goes out to my beautiful daughter Karolina and her brother Kam. You were both very lucky to have a mother who loved you both so dearly. Carry her memories and her kindness with you always. Teach your children the values she taught you and the world will be a better place.

  8. Cathy Maxwell
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    So sorry to hear of your mum’s passing. Prayers and thoughts are with you at this time.

  9. Vanessa
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    We are so sorry for the loss of Stasia. We will always remember her as a kind, caring lady for whom nothing was too much trouble. We will miss her greatly.
    We know how much she adored her family. May her memory be a blessing to you all.
    With love
    Jenny & John
    Vanessa, Michael, Nic & Jack
    Jodie, George, Amelie, Zoe & Sophia
    Angie, Justin, Eli & Sunny

  10. Angie
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    So sorry for your loss, our thoughts and prayer are with you. Truly missed your beautiful smile Stacey.

  11. Katarzyna Michałek
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    Staś, it was not meant to be like that, you left too early, your smile and good heart will remain in my memory. I do not say goodbye, only goodbye because we will meet there someday

  12. Renata and Ron
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    Dear Friend stadiu
    All I can say. Thank you so much for your good heart caring in times I need help the most.
    Good bay and see you again.

  13. Margaret Slater
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    Goodbye Stacey you gave it your best shot now it’s time for eternal rest
    I shall miss you and your kind heart most of all your photos of your darling Donovan known as Donny
    You were in a class of your own Stacey xo

  14. Mel
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    To my dearest Stastu,

    I don’t even know where to begin. I know my days are darker, my heart is heavy, and the world seems far less bright without you in it.

    You are one of the kindest, caring, loving, compassionate, beautiful souls I have ever met. You are the very definition of beauty and kindness. It’s with great sadness that I sit here and type away, but also a profound privilege. I feel like the luckiest girl on earth to have married your son, and to be blessed with a woman in my life who would love me, just as a mother does.

    You brought so much love to our lives. Through the good times and bad, you were always there with unconditional love and support. To offer a hug, some words of wisdom, or a beautiful home cooked meal.

    I will never forget the lazy evenings on the couch together sharing a blanket, the sleepovers, how you made Christmas and Easter worth looking forward to again after my own personal struggles. You made these times the absolute most memorable and I will treasure them forever. I will continue to honor your traditions of making every single Christmas and Easter special just as you would.

    My absolute favorite memory is when you asked me one day why I was grumpy. I exclaimed ‘I’m not grumpy’.

    You said ‘well if you’re not grumpy why do you look grumpy?’ I responded with ‘I just have a terrible resting grumpy face’ and pulled a fake smile. I will never forget how you giggled at me and gave me the biggest smile on Earth, which in turn made me pull the biggest smile.

    From that day forward I have always tried to smile more. We also continued to pull funny faces at each other, right up until the very end. It was a look. The look. It was my absolute favourite that I’ll treasure forever and hold close to my heart. Especially when Kamil would catch us making the look together and would quietly giggle to himself.

    I’m so grateful and blessed that you were a part of my life. You were the light of our lives who always knew how to make everything better. Just by simply being in the same room as you it was calming, peaceful and felt nothing short of home.

    I will do as I promised. I promise I will look after Kamil. I promise I will always attempt to make every Easter and Christmas special. I will honor your traditions of lighting candles and putting out the photos of those you held nearest and dearest on the important days.

    There is no doubt in my mind you would love the way Kamil and I have decorated the dining room table. There are flowers everywhere, the most beautiful candles, pretty frames, little mementos and a safe space for Kamil and I to reflect on the beautiful memories you helped us create.

    I love you more than I could ever put into words. As does Kamil. We both do. I’m so grateful we got to hold you close and kiss you goodnight. I’m so grateful I was able to hold your hand, and promise you I would look after your beautiful special boy. I’m grateful that we were able to tell you each day just how much we loved you.

    Kamil and I would have little competitions trying to see who could get the most hugs and kisses in a day. You would be so proud if you heard the little conversations and banter we used to have fighting over your cuddles. Kamil of course 99% of the time got the most hugs of which he used to brag about. The look of love in his eyes when he did, reflected the same amount of love you had for him. It’s a beautiful sight.

    We love you.


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