GLENPOOL, Ok -- Stacie Marie Campbell Dry , (Seq. Student 1970s), age 22 passed away on Tuesday, May 3, 2016 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Stacie was born February 22, 1994 in Claremore, Oklahoma to Patrick Alva Campbell and Angela Gayle Chupco of Glenpool, Oklahoma.
Stacie graduated with the Class of 2012 from Sequoyah High School in Tahlequah. Stacie attended Tulsa Community College and received her Associates Degree in Applied Arts. She worked for Saint Francis Hospital as a Phlebomist.
She enjoyed reading and spending time with her family.
Stacie was preceded in death by her grandfather: Tom Campbell of Bristow.
Stacie is survived by husband and high school sweetheart, Trae C.L. Dry (Seq. Class of 2013) of Tulsa, her mother, Angela Gayle Chupco of Glenpool, her father and his wife, Patrick and Debbie Campbell of Owasso, her grandparents, Louise Campbell of Bristow and Samuel and JoAnn Chupco of Glenpool her sisters, Kayla Campbell of Glenpool, Rebecca Campbell of Glenpool, Chelsea Walker of Stillwater, Faith Campbell of Owasso, several cousins, a niece, nephews, aunts, uncles along with other family members and friends.
Visitation was held Friday, May 6 at Schaudt's Funeral Service in Glenpool. Her funeral service was Saturday, May 7 in the Schaudt's Funeral Service Chapel.
Cleveland, Oklahoma, man arrested in fatal crash near Saint Francis Hospital
Posted: Saturday, May 7, 2016 | Updated: Sat May 7, 2016. ~ BY STACY RYBURN World Staff Writer
The alleged driver in two south Tulsa crashes that resulted in two people being seriously injured and one woman being killed Tuesday has been arrested.
Christopher David Mitchell, 27, of Cleveland, Oklahoma, was booked Friday into the Tulsa Jail on complaints of second-degree murder and leaving the scene of an injury accident or death, jail records indicate. He is being held in lieu of $502,000 bail.
Police allege that about 9 p.m. Tuesday, Mitchell was driving a Ford Fusion near 61st Street and Yale Avenue when he struck a motorcycle being ridden by two people.
Both riders, who were flung from the bike, were taken to a hospital in serious but stable condition, police said.
Mitchell is alleged to have fled east on 61st Street at a high speed and crashed into a Mitsubishi Gallant that was turning west from Saint Francis Hospital, according to police.
The driver of the Mitsubishi, Stacie Campbell Dry, 22, was killed.
Mitchell was admitted for hospital treatment for injuries.
Police said at the time that they suspected alcohol was a factor in the collisions.