Stacey Greene grew up as the youngest of four children. She competed in many different sports from the age of 11 into adulthood. When she is not reading a book, writing her next one or public speaking, Stacey is spending time with her husband of 30-plus years. They have three adult children. Stacey loves playing in her organic garden, swimming, biking and running. Her stories are often written in fiction format, but always from personal experiences as a Christian woman in a diverse world. Her works inspire, entertain and give hope and encouragement to her readers.
Lydia's life serves as a mirror to our own. Letters to the
Dead Men helps us see ourselves with a new set of eyes.--Kary
Oberbrunner, author of Your Secret Name, Day Job to Dream
Job, and The Deeper Path Letters to the Dead
Men is a story of courage, love, and growing wisdom in the
face of losing loved ones. We were moved and inspired by this
heartful and honest account of the challenges of opening into the
unknown. Stacey shares the gift of awareness and the grace of love.
--Scott and Ingrid Reichert, chapter leaders
The Compassionate Friends
Geauga and Cuyahoga counties of Ohio Stacey Greene has put together a collection of remembrances and stories that will take you back to some of the people and events in your own life - that you once knew well but forgot as you grew older. At least you thought you'd forgotten... Regard your own journey as you read about Lydia's.Dr. Scott F. Wilson, retired pastor. What a gift Stacey has given us to read. These stories have made me reaffirm my alliances with them and awakened in me an opportunity to feel closer to God.--F. A. Guy Bauman LISW - S BCN