Sheila Kay Marcy
Sheila Kay Marcy, 53, of St. George, KS, died January 30, 2022 at her home. Shelia was born during a blizzard on December 23, 1968, at Greeley County Hospital, Tribune, KS, to Lynn and Kay (Hutchison) Marcy.
Sheila attended school in Leoti, KS where she was a member of the Leoti Swim Club. Sheila was an excellent swimmer and won many swimming awards. After 10th grade, she moved to Winona, KS with her parents and graduated from Tri-Plains High School in 1987. She received a full scholarship to Colby Community College for band and track and was even invited to KU relays for his trail. performance. After graduating from Colby, she continued her education at Kansas State University. There she was a member of the cattle judging team and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in agricultural business.
Shortly after graduation, she went to work at Landmark Bank in Manhattan. When she was sold, she went to work at UMB Bank, where she currently worked. Sheila served on the board of the Columbia Theater, Wamego, KS and was one of the founders of the St. George Hometown Festival.
Sheila was her dad’s special hunting and fishing companion. She was an excellent cook and was well known for her wacky cake and banana bread. She and her friends, Joni Webster and Mary Anderson, “The Three Musketeers” had many fun evenings working together at Black Jack Recreation. Sheila was a member of the Oakley United Methodist Church.
She was predeceased by her mother, Kay (Hutchison) Marcy.
She is survived by her father Lynn and stepmother Pat Ryan; her companion, Kevin Litzinger; “chosen sister,” Rachel See, “chosen brother” David See and “boyfriend” Andrew See, all of Scott City, KS; half-brother Brad Ryan and his wife Rachel, of Hutchinson, KS; half-sister Jennifer Newton and her husband Bill, of Athens, Ohio; many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and many, many friends.
Sheila was a very fun person who never knew a stranger. She always had a beautiful smile and a special laugh. She will be missed.
Visitation is from 5-7 p.m. Friday, February 4, 2022 at The United Methodist Church, Oakley, KS. Funeral mass will be held Saturday, February 5, 2022 at 10:00 a.m., also at the Church, with interment in Oakley Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Tri-County Amusement Association and sent to the care of Baalmann Mortuary, PO Box 204, Oakley, KS 67748. For more information or to offer condolences, visit www.baalmannmortuary.com