Staci O’Connor Autry, age 53 of Lawrenceville, GA passed away on Monday, February 23, 2015. She is survived by her husband of 15 years Gary Autry, brother, Kevin “Mickey” O’Connor of Lawrenceville, GA; step-mother Delores O’Connor of PA; mother in law, Betty Autry of Stone Mountain; and sister in law, Linda Carroll & husband Tim of Stone Mountain. A visitation and celebration of Staci’s life will be held Thursday, February 26, 2015 from SIX until EIGHT at the Wages and Sons Funeral Home 1040 Main Street, Stone Mountain, GA 30086 770-469-9811. On line condolences may be expressed at

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  1. I do not even know where to start, I am very sad that Staci is no longer with us and it was so nice to see her again, that cute little nose of hers always made me smile. My most vivid memory is of her is as young kids she would always jump on my leg sit on my foot and make me carry her around. It all went so fast and I long for the times when the O’Connor family was together playing ball and laughing at the beach. With each one of us that passes I find that just a little bit more of my heart goes away.


  2. Finally saw stack last year in myrtle beach. Glad I got to see her she was a lot of fun. And real oconnor.we all made plans again for this year she will be missed. My thoughts go out Gary and family

  3. I am so very sorry for your loss during this difficult time. May you find comfort in your loving memories of her and the “peace of God that excels all thoughts”(Philippians 4:6,7)(Isaiah 25:8).

  4. So happy I got to see Staci last year in Myrtle Beach. I hadn’t seen her in so long and I was so happy to finally be in touch with her again. I was so looking forward to seeing her this year. I’m sorry to have to say goodbye to her again so soon. I will miss you Staci. My thoughts and prayers are with Gary and Staci’s entire family.

  5. We are so sorry about your dear loss. May the Scriptures be of much comfort to the entire family (John 5:28, 29; Revelation 21:3,4)

  6. I am sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in the special memories, and in the promise at John 5: 28 & 29 of seeing her again.

  7. My prayers are with you Gary and the entire family. To know Staci was to know a good and caring person. It was an honor to work in the same office with her and other friends for fourteen years at GuideOne. She was loved by so many and will be missed by all of us. To each of the family and friends please know that you will never forget her but your broken hearts will heal. Trust in God because He knows best how long to leave us here and when to take home.

  8. So very sorry to hear of your loss. As part of the Stone Mountain office, Staci was always there for me when I needed a helping hand. She was so warm and caring. She will be missed.

  9. Staci; cousin, friend and partner in crime! So many days hanging out around the pool, listening to music (she introduced me to Loggins and Messina!) and lots of laughter. Wonderful memories… Staci, I am so glad you were born. We are all the better because of you. <3

  10. Gary and family, my thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. One of my fondest memories is how much she love the Preferred Risk / GuideOne kids. Whenever we had company functions and we had our kids around, she really made them feel welcome and special. My son Jake loved her. Whenever he was at the office he had to see Ms. Staci. She always had a big smile and a big hug for him. Staci was definitely one of a kind. She will be missed by all. May the love and peace of our Savior Jesus Christ comfort you all during this difficult time. God bless.

  11. I was shocked when I heard about Staci yesterday 2/24/15. We go back a long time, and I will miss her deeply. My prayers go out to her family

  12. Gary sorry to here about Staci she was a very nice and easy going person. She always made you feel special and loved at work. Staci had away of bringing people together I worked with her at Guideone for some years.. My prayers goes out to you and family. Staci loved her Gary(smile)

  13. Dear Gary and family,
    Staci was one of the kindest and most charitable women I have ever met. Everything she did, she did it with a generous heart.
    Her laughter and joy overflowed in the office and her love of all our children was shared without hesitation. My sons, James and Michael always made a special trip to see Staci when they were in the office. Staci was a blessing to us all.
    I am so very saddened by this and know that so many lives will be affected.
    My prayers and thoughts have been with you all since Staci became so ill and I will keep praying for you so that God’s love will continue to surround you with peace.

  14. Gary and family, my prayer for you is strength and acceptance during this time.
    Please know how much Staci is loved and how many people are touched by knowing her. A wonderful and true friend to me personally, I will miss her dearly.

  15. With heartfelt sympathy for your loss. May you find comfort in God’s promise of a resurrection at Acts 24 : 15. This promise is sure to be fulfilled because God cannot lie. This hope of a resurrection can remain in your heart as you await the time soon to come of a joyous occasion where you will see your loved one again!

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