Nikki Lynn Stuckey

Nikki Lynn Stuckey

Nikki Lynn Stuckey, 15, passed away on Friday, May 22, 2020 in rural Sheridan County as the result of an ATV accident. Nikki and her twin sister, Nicole, were born to Jeremy Stuckey and Nikki Walker on January 6, 2005 in Garden City. For a majority of her young life she lived with her family in Southwest Kansas. In the mid 2000’s Nikki moved to Arkansas and then to Nebraska. She recently moved back to Hoxie to live with her father. Nikki was a spirited young lady with a huge personality and a go-getter. She was a music lover and a great DJ. Nikki loved all sports and was very athletic. She especially liked volleyball, track, softball and wrestling. When she lived in Nebraska, Nikki participated in all her favorite sports. Riding horses was one of her passions, and whenever possible, you could find her on the back of a horse. She was always the life of the party and class clown. Nikki was not afraid to tell you exactly what she was thinking. She enjoyed attending the Wednesday night church group and looked forward to being with her friends. Whenever Nikki wanted something, she knew just how to twist her dad around her little finger. She usually got what she wanted after she completed projects, like cleaning the house or doing some chore her dad had for her. If she didn’t complete the chores, she didn’t get what she wanted. Nikki had a very special bond with her dad. She leaves a big hole in the hearts of all her family. Nikki is survived by her dad, Jeremy Stuckey of Hoxie, Kansas; mother, Nikki Walker of Pecos, Texas; twin sister, Nicole Stuckey of Elkins, Arkansas; sisters, Brittney Stuckey (Diego Maravilla) of Moscow, Kansas, Cassie Mikeska (Revis ) of Temple, Texas; brothers, Tad Stuckey of Moscow, Kansas, Jesse Stuckey of Meade, Kansas, and Nate Mullen (Morgan) of Elkins, Arkansas; grandparents Jerry and Judy Stuckey of Moscow, Kansas and Kathy and Ron Kirkland of Wakeeney, Kansas; nephews and nieces, Paxton Maravilla of Moscow, Kansas, Kash Mullen of Elkins, Arkansas, Jaymond Lund and Evyn Mikeska of Temple, Texas; Aunts and Uncles, Lora Rohr (Melvin) of Wakeeney, Kansas, Tracey Schoenberger (Kevin) of Wakeeney, Kansas, Kent Williams (Megan) of Perkins, Oklahoma, KayLonni Bradley (Davis) of Liberal, Kansas and Mike Wolff of Casselberry, Florida; cousins, Kimberly Kieft (Liam ) of Castle Rock, Colorado, Dalton Day of Wakeeney, Kansas; Abigail Frickey (Sam) Peyton, Colorado, Harvey Williams and Hailey Williams, Perkins, Oklahoma, Lora Priebe ( Jordan) of Orlando, Florida, Alex Wolff, Daniella Wolff and Shane Wolff of Casselberry, Florida, Dalton Cole (Hayley) and Kane Cole, of Cimarron, Kansas, Lilly Cole of Sublette, Kansas, Karley Walker of Hot Springs , Arkansas, Tanner Rohr (Emma) of Olathe, Kansas, Macie Rohr, Lawrence, Kansas, and Austin Goad of Wichita, Kansas. She was preceded in death by brother, Michael Stuckey; aunt, Tammy Wolff; uncle, Shannon Day; cousin, Emily Stuckey; grandparents, Pete and Betty Walker; and great-grandparents. A Funeral Service is planned for Thursday, May 28, 2020, 2:00 P.M. at Mickey-Leopold Funeral Home. Visitation will be held Wednesday, May 27, 2020 from 1:00 P.M. until 6:00 P.M. and on May 28, 2020 from 9:00 A.M. until 1:45 P.M. at the Mickey-Leopold Funeral Home. Observing the Covid 19 guidelines, social distancing will be observed. Alternate attendance sites for the service will be the Hoxie Christian Church, 1025 Queen Ave and Hoxie United Methodist Church 900 12th Street where attendees will be able to watch the service. The service will be live streamed and recorded. It will be posted at mickeyleopoldfuneral.com. Interment will follow the service in the Hoxie City Cemetery, and all are invited to attend. Please observe social distancing. Family suggests in lieu of flowers, memorials be given to the Nikki Lynn Stuckey Memorial Fund. Words of comfort may be left at www.mickeyleopoldfuneral.com. A young life cut short. Family and friends left with holes in their hearts. Fill those holes with the happy memories of Nikki’s life and the love she had for each and every person. When you feel sad, remember her smile and touch knowing she is still with you.
January 6, 2005 - May 22, 202001/06/200505/22/2020
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Nikki Lynn Stuckey, 15, passed away on Friday, May 22, 2020 in rural Sheridan County as the result of an ATV accident. Nikki and her twin sister, Nicole, were born to Jeremy Stuckey and Nikki Walker on January 6, 2005 in Garden City. For a majority of her young life she lived with her family in Southwest Kansas. In the mid 2000’s Nikki moved to Arkansas and then to Nebraska. She recently moved back to Hoxie to live with her father. Nikki was a spirited young lady with a huge personalit...

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The family suggest memorials inlieu of flowers. The Memorial will be used to help pay for funeral expenses. Please make memorials to the designated memorial fund. They may be sent to Mickey-Leopold Funeral Home, PO Box 987, Hoxie, Kansas 67740