Adrienne Jeanette Stucke, 19, of Clearfield died Sunday, March 9, 2014. She was born July 9, 1994 in Clearfield, a daughter of Walter and Tammy (Winters) Stucke of Clearfield.
She was enrolled as a health and physical education major in her junior year at Lock Haven University, main campus. She was a 2012 graduate of Clearfield High School.
She played intramural volleyball at Lock Haven. While in high school, she played volleyball four years and lettered for three years. She was president of the volleyball club for three years and volleyball team captain for two years.
She served on prom committee and as vice president of the Clearfield Marching Band, both for a year. She participated in Ski Club, band, orchestra, choir, Powder Puff Football and yearbook, all for four years, Show Choir for three years.
She participated in County Choir and basketball for a year. She was a member of the German National Honor Society for three years and the National Honor Society for two.
She was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church, Clearfield, where she was confirmed. She was baptized at West Side United Methodist Church. Her church activities included: youth fellowship, hand bell choir, youth singers choir, night of music and the food bank. She also attended many youth retreats, including Girls Gathering for God, 30-hour Famine and the Great Escape.
Honors she received during her high school years included: U.S. Achievement Academy Award for World Cultures, Language Arts and German; German National Honor Society and National Honor Society; Appreciation of Patriotism in Recognition of Outstanding Contribution from the American Legion. She also made it to regionals for the writing competition and was on the Honor Roll and High Honor Roll during the 2008-2011 school years.
She also volunteered with several different organizations, such as the daffodil sale for the American Red Cross, the poppy sale for Disabled Veterans of the VFW, sorting presents for the Salvation Army and raising funds for the ‘Dig for a Cure.”
She was formerly employed at Hedge’s Restaurant, the Parker Dam State Park concession stand and Black Moshannon Boat Rentals. She worked with her grandmother in the Stucke stand at the Clearfield County Fair.
She enjoyed the outdoors, such as snowboarding or four-wheeling in her jeep on the mountain. Her love of music not only included singing, but also playing the trumpet in band and the guitar. She played soccer and most recently while attending college was very devoted to exercise and keeping fit.
In addition to her parents, she’s survived by her brother, Wyatt Lee Stucke of Clearfield; paternal grandmother, Gila Marie (Schonwalder) Stucke of Spring Valley; these aunts and uncles, Randy and Anne Korb, Steve Korb, Teresa Toy and her fiancé, Bill Cutler, Dallas Stucke, Joe and Marlene Casher, Marvin Van and Linda Winters, Ginger and Ron Genesi, Raymond Garry Winters, William Dean and Susie Winters; her boyfriend, Jefferson Thomas; numerous beloved cousins; several great-aunts and great-uncles; and many, many friends.
She was preceded in death by her paternal grandfather, Walter LeRoy Stucke and maternal grandparents, Marvin Uzz and Erma Jean (Warren) Winters.
Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Friday at the Trinity United Methodist Church, Clearfield, with the Rev. Penney Rahm officiating. Burial will follow in the Bradford Cemetery, Woodland.
Friends will be received from 3 p.m. – 8 p.m. Thursday at the Kevin A. Beardsley Funeral Home Clearfield.
The family suggests that memorial contributions be made to Trinity United Methodist Church, 121 S. Second St., Clearfield.
To sign the online guestbook, go to www.beardsleyfuneralhome.com.