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This memorial website was created in the memory of The Rev. Stacy L.Groscup who was born in West Virginia on November 02, 1920 and passed away on September 20, 2005 at the age of 84. He will be sorely missed, but he would not want us to shed tears for him. He would want us to celebrate his life. If there was ever a man who lived life to the fullest, it was Stacy. He touched the hearts of so many people, and in our hearts is where he'll always be.
*Note from the editor: I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has visited and/or contributed to this site. It has really been amazing to see the number of views accumulate from thousands of people around the globe, many that knew my grandfather, and many that never had the chance to meet him yet are still so touched by the joy he brought to others. A special thanks to Franky Addington Jr. for all of his kind words and contributions to this site. Thank you all! We love you and God Bless!

~Shawna Groscup


Tributes and Condolences
I remember him well   / Diana Elsavage (he precided over our marriage vows )
Rev. Stacy Groscup precided over the marriage vows my husband Robert and I exchanged on November 10 1984.  What a wonderful man!  He assured me that although I had previously been married and divorced God was granting me this...  Continue >>
Good friend of the family...   / Scott Ridings (None)
I remember Rev. Groscup when I was young. He married my uncle and aunt and was friends with my grandfather Charlie Ridings. He once showed us kids the proof that David slew Goliath by a demonstration with a sling. He was a fun guy and I do have ve...  Continue >>
Lasting impression   / Pat Moore (a member of the audiance )
Gosh it was so long ago that I saw Stacey perform that I can't even  remember where it was or why I was there. I do remember the extra ordinary skill in which he performed. I now teach Archery as a leader of our local 4H shooting sports club.&nb...  Continue >>
Appreciation...  / Butch Edwards (fan)
I just found this website today, some4 years or so since mr. Groscups' passing. I had the honor and priveledge of seeing him perform @ the Bowhunters Warehouse(Dillsburg,Pa) in early 80s. I saw, then spoke with him afterwards. being from WV, I apprec...  Continue >>
To My Uncle and Family   / Brian Groscup (Nephew)
I'm sorry for the loss of a great uncle.  I will miss him very much.  Thank you for teaching me how to shoot the bow.  I will pass everything down to my family.  You will me in my heart forever.   Brian Groscup
A Gentle Giant Among Men  / Bill Lamb (Admirer)    Read >>
A beacon in the night - We miss you Stacey...  / Tom Kidwell (Friend)    Read >>
Wished I'd known Him  / Janice Spicha (Wanted To Know Him )    Read >>
I miss you Uncle Stacy.  / Jeanette (Groscup) Brown (niece)    Read >>
Big Bear Lake Sunday helper  / Raymond Fox (Foxy) (Friend)    Read >>
Birds of Prey  / Shawna Groscup (granddaughter)    Read >>
Influenced! / Timothy Teter (Friend)    Read >>
From a person I admired while I was in NY to meeting and marrying my wife and I  / Craig Acheson (Acquaintaince/Marrie-d my wife and I )    Read >>
Awesome Man  / Steve Crowl (Fellow Archer )    Read >>
Thank you Stacey  / Matt Allen (friend)    Read >>
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His legacy
Leatherwall Forum link  
http://www.bowsite.com/bowsite/tf/lw/thread2.cfm?forum=23&threadid=125446&messages=36&CATEGORY=9
Wonderful West Virginia article link  
http://www.wonderfulwv.com/archives/may01/fea2.cfm
Frank Addington Jr.'s Farewell link  
http://www.bowhunting.net/artman/publish/AddingtonGroscupDeath.shtml
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Stacy's Photo Album
Headband
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