Stacey George Seba, 68 of Sebastian, Florida passed away November 13, 2020 at Cleveland Clinic Indian River Medical Center in Vero Beach.
Stacey lived a full life dedicated to the protection and service of the community through his law enforcement career. Stacey served as a detective for the White Plains Police Department later transitioning into being an arson investigator. He retired as a Sergeant from the SCUCISD police department based in Schertz, Texas. Stacey then moved to San Antonio where he served with the San Antonio Marshalls. He found joy in retirement as a local stained-glass artist.
Stacey is survived by his wife, Pamela Seba; daughters, Carolyn (Roland) Flores, Jennifer Seba; and 5 grandchildren.
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