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Stacie Lynn Hamilton
11/22/1957 — 10/08/2021
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Celebration of Life
Stacie Lynn Hamilton
Stacie Lynn Hamilton, 63, passed away on October 8, 2021 in Richland Washington.
Stacie was born in Richland on November 22, 1957 to Robert and Shirley Fisher, joining her older brother, Brad, to become a lifelong resident of the Tri-Cities. Always up for a good challenge, Stacie received her private pilot’s license as a teen before many of her friends had a driver’s license and played golf on the boys’ team in high school because they lacked a girls’ team at the time.
After graduating from Kamiakin High School in 1976, she served in the US Army and then attended Washington State University, where she received a degree in accounting. Stacie went on to have three successful careers throughout her life. First as a CPA, where she built one of the first woman-owned accounting firms in the Tri-Cities under her own name. She then became a financial advisor, establishing Hamilton Fisher Wealth Management. And lastly, in a partnership with her husband, she created Hamilton Cellars, an early Red Mountain winery, which is still in operation.
Stacie is survived by Russ, her husband of 22 years. She entered the marriage with two children (Kevin Walker and Megan Bingham) and Russ with three (Crystal Grammar, Craig Hamilton, and Carrie Hamilton). Together they shared nine grandchildren (Addison, Westin, Bennett, Landin, Lillian, Brecken, Zach, Mackenzie, and Caden) and Sofie, her Wheaten Terrier, who could always be found by her side.
Family and friends are invited to attend a celebration of life gathering on Wednesday, October 27, 4:00 pm at Einan’s Event Center located at 915 Bypass Highway in Richland. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation in Stacie’s honor to WSU Tri-Cities Carson College of Business Scholarship Fund and/or the Wine Science Center Excellence Fund at WSU Tri-Cities
Stacie was my first friend in Kennewick. We were 7. As an adult I loved running into her, she always had a big smile and a good word. A true adventurer, the kind of woman who enjoyed a challenge and loved life.
Stacie was my first friend in Kennewick. We were 7. As an adult I loved running into her, she always had a big smile and a good word. A true adventurer, the kind of woman who loved life.
Nancy Sargent Hilmes
I will miss Stacie. She was a wondrful and caring person. Generous and thoughtful. She will be missed by many. Thank you Stacie and Russ for all you have done for our class and making lots of great memories…
Please accept our condolences and know that our thoughts and prayers are with you. Stacie made a positive impact in the world. Her sense of humor will be as much missed as her legacy in both the finance and wine worlds.