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Staci Hirschi passed away on October 28, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada at the age of 26. Staci
fought her cancer for 6 ½ years with strength and determination but always with beauty and
grace. She was surrounded by her family as she passed through the veil. Staci was born January
24, 1996 in St. George, Utah to Daran Troy Leavitt and Jennifer Jones Leavitt. She married
Trevor Wesley Hirschi “The Love of Her Life” on June 15, 2018 in the St. George Utah Temple
sealed for all of time and eternity.
Staci was the youngest of 5 siblings, raised in Mesquite, Nevada and St. George, Utah. She
graduated from Desert Hills High School in 2014, then went on to serve a mission for the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, assigned to the Mexico Tuxtla Gutierrez mission on
March 4 th 2015. After returning she attended Dixie State University where she graduated on
December 11 th 2020 with a bachelor of arts in Graphic Design. Staci had a love for Southern
Utah with its great outdoors where she was able to develop a love for so many activities
including: Running, bicycling, hiking, photography, paddleboarding, riding ATV’s and buggies,
and pickle ball just to name a few. Staci made a strong emphasis on spending as
much time with family as possible. She never missed a family gathering such as cousin camps,
Christmas parties, holidays, reunions, and competitive family game night where Staci’s
Jones/Hardy side came out. Staci has a love for animals especially dogs and horses that began
at the age of 3 when she told her dad that the cow won’t move anymore and she needed a
horse. And, of course, she got it. A big part of Staci and her siblings’ child hood was holidays at
the dunes. As her fight with cancer came near to an end, she made it a final effort to reunite at
the dunes with her family where her final steps were in the sand.
Staci dedicated her life to helping other people. In high school she participated in several
sports and was always uplifting her teammates with personal motivational notes and words of
kindness. She wanted to serve a mission to bring the gospel to the lives of others so that they
could have their families forever. Staci spent time serving as a temple worker in the St. George
Temple as she was having chemo treatments. Even as she was in pain from her disease, she
used social media to reach out to others to share her experiences and her testimony of the
gospel to help lift other people. Through her hardest times her light shined through her smile
and eyes. She made it easy for others to love her.
She is survived by her wonderful husband Trevor Hirschi (Bailey Her Dog), Rockville Utah;
Parents Troy and Jennifer Leavitt, Duck Creek Village Utah; Siblings Jami Morris, Washington
Utah; Ryan Leavitt (Ashley), Las Vegas Nevada; Cory Leavitt (Natalee), Hurricane Utah; Logan
Leavitt (Brindi), Alamo Nevada; Grandparents Ivins and Thirza Jones, Veyo Utah; In-laws Joseph
and Trinette Hirschi, Rockville Utah; Kevin Hirschi (Jessica), Washington Utah; Cameron Hirschi
(Saralyn), Hurricane Utah; Emmalee Imlay (Connor), Hurricane Utah; Grandparents Orell and
Beverly Hirschi, Rockville Utah; Ken and Charlotte Woolsey, Washington Utah; Nieces and
nephews Jude, Daxton, Kambrie, Abel, Ayden, Harley-Quinn, Thea, Rusty, Alexis; And many
Aunts Uncles and Cousins. She is preceded in death by Grandparents Clawson and Clareen
Leavitt, Sibling Baby Leavitt, Uncles Craig Pulsipher and Jeffrey Jones; Cousins Amanda
Pulsipher and Jared Leavitt.
Funeral services will be held Friday November 4 th at 12 Noon in Springdale, Utah at The Church
of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Chapel. Address 1584 Zion-Mt Carmel Hwy, Springdale, Utah
84767. Viewing will be held that day from 10 AM to 11:30 AM. Interment will be held at the
Rockville, UT Cemetery under the direction of Star Mortuary, (702) 346-6060.
The family invites you to leave a message or memory on their Tribute Wall at www.starmortuary.com.
Friday, November 4, 2022
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