Stacey Ann Fallo, 60, loving wife, sister, sister-in law, and aunt passed away on May 26, 2024.

Born and raised in the Bronx, a city girl through and through, Stacey’s forays into the “country” were a cross between Gilligan’s Island and I Love Lucy. High heels and multiple suitcases for an overnight in the snow and ice-covered boonies of Connecticut, prompting the proprietor to comment, “Yup, from the city.” And driving from Texas to Oklahoma in awe of a field of cows, wondering which one tells the other cows when to move or sleep. Who is the head cow? And she was so excited to see cowboys with spurs on their boots.

The spitting image of actress Melanie Griffith, Stacey was the quintessential working girl, riding the express bus to Manhattan, where she had made many friends. Stacey, a highly respected colleague, was a vice president of finance, most recently at Wells Fargo, and had worked in the banking industry for over 30 years.

Stacey loved her Saturday night dinners and a good martini, but what she truly loved was cooking dinner for her family. Her Sunday dinners for Mom and Dad Fallo, Auntie M, and her brother Tommy were legendary, as were her Easter dinners. Her meatballs were the best and biggest, and veal cutlets and purple mashed potatoes were a special treat. She would make enough food for an army—literally—and the leftovers were greatly appreciated by anyone lucky enough to be given a tray, including those at Van Nest Lanes. And she was quite the bowler!

Designer handbags, island vacations, cruises, spa weekends, lottery tickets, and glitter (she sprinkled it in birthday cards) are some of the things that she loved, and we loved about her. Stacey sparkled with love and laughter, generosity, grace, and courage.

Stacey is survived by her husband of 37 years, Glenn Fallo, her sister Kerri Ellsworth (Steve), and brother Tommy Hall, her stepbrother, Robert Ferri (Millie), and her niece, nephews, and great-nephews.

The family requests that in lieu of flowers a donation to the American Cancer Society be made in Stacey’s Memory. After clicking the link simply search and enter Team name “Stacey Fallo Memorial” set up by Kerri Ellsworth.

Memorial Visiting will be Wednesday, June 5 from 3-6pm at Joseph A. Lucchese Funeral Home, 726 Morris Park Avenue, Bronx. Interment will be private.



  1. Eileen Hertwig on May 29, 2024 at 5:11 pm

    I worked with Stacie in Wells Fargo she was kind n a good friend. We were both Dog people and loved to show animal pictures
    I am so sorry for your loss

  2. John Corrente on May 29, 2024 at 6:54 pm

    I have known Stacy and Glenn for over 40 years had the best time at their wedding back on September 26th 1987, Stacy was a fantastic bowler we belonged to the same league for many years I will always remember her beautiful disposition and smile. We both always talked about our Fur Babies. RIP Stacy, Glenn I am very sorry for your loss. God needed another Angel up in heaven.

  3. Patty and Nick Losquatro on June 2, 2024 at 9:46 am

    Stacy was a kind fun loving person. We were the best of neighbors, always helping each other out. We had lots of fun times out on our back decks barbecues going drinks flowing. Fortunate to have so many great memories. Although Nick and I moved to CT we always thought of you guys as we always will. Mickle Ave holds so many fond memories. Glenn we still taste your barbecue ribs. We are sorry for your loss we know how much she means to you. Patty and Nick

  4. Marianne on June 6, 2024 at 6:57 am

    Fly high, Stacey, I hope you’re sitting down and enjoying martinis with your mom and Lou and Aunt Sis ..forever in our hearts..

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