Stacy N. Lahn
View Service Folder | Click for Video Tribute Stacy Nick Lahn, 54, of Sheridan, Wyoming, passed away on Sunday, February 9, 2014 at the University of Utah Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah with his family by his side. Stacy was born to Walter and Dorothy (Barnes) Lahn on September 4, 1959 in Evanston, Wyoming. He grew up in Ballantine, Montana and attended school at Huntley Project High School in Worden, Montana and graduated in 1978. Stacy married his soulmate Jonni Le Miech in January 1988 in Dayton, Wyoming. They were blessed with two beautiful daughters, Felicia (1988) and Kaela (1992).Stacy made his career as a conductor for the BNSF Railroad. He worked for 31 years before retiring in 2010. Stacy loved his music, especially the Beatles. He was a member of American Legion Drum and Bugle Corps for 25 years and played the tenor drum. Stacy could often be found singing and playing one of his many guitars, a past time he shared with his daughters. He was also a talented artist and sculptor. Stacy was a collector of many musical instruments and learned to play them all. Among his other prized collections were Beatles, John Wayne, and Lord of the Rings memorabilia, as well as collecting his guns and swords. Stacy was a big fan of the Denver Broncos.Stacy had a contagious laugh and always had a big smile on his face. He was blessed with a great sense of humor and was always ready with a joke. When meeting people, Stacy loved a firm handshake. You would often hear him say, “Put her in the ole\' bear trap” when he would shake your hand. He was a warm and embracing soul. Stacy was a man who always found a way to help those in need, often opening his door for people who needed a safe place to land. He treasured his friendships and because of his big heart, had many, many friends. He adored his animals; his dogs, Brutis, Gracie and Bean and his cats, Simon and Lucy.Stacy was preceded in death by his parents, brother Monte Lahn, Sister Kathleen Zitur, sister in law Konni Miech, father in law Jack Miech, nephew Dustin Farmen and cousin Mosey Lahn. He is survived by his wife, Jonni, his daughters Felicia (Luke) Moen of Billings, Montana and Kaela Lahn of Denver, Colorado. Brothers Wesley (Karen) Lahn of Columbus, Montana, Vern Lahn of Billings, Montana; sisters Ramona Barker of Billings and Shanon Huck of Billings Montana; brother in laws Ronni Miech (Tracy) of Billings, Montana and Lonni Miech of Sheridan Wyoming. Nine nephews, six nieces, several cousins and one grandson, Monte Moen.Stacy lived his life to the fullest. He had a huge heart. He loved his wife and girls and told us every day how much he loved us. The world lost a wonderful man. He will be missed by all who knew him. God bless you Stacy for you are pain free now. We love you.A Celebration of Life for Stacy will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 22, 2014 at Kane Funeral Home. A Reception will follow in the Kane Reception Hall.Memorials to honor Stacy may be made to the Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter at 84 East Ridge Road, Sheridan, WY 82801 or to the American Legion Post #7 Drum and Bugle Corps at 137 N. Brooks St., Sheridan, WY 82801.Kane Funeral Home has been entrusted with arrangements.