We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Macedon Chapel
Jamie L. Stobie
Walworth – Passed away peacefully on July 19, 2022. She was predeceased by her mother, Susan.
Jamie is survived by her fiancée, David Beachel; son, Nathanial; father, Andrew Stobie (Pam); brother, Drew Stobie (Chrissy); her extended Beachel family, several aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, and friends.
Jamie was a graduate of Waterloo High School Class of 2000 and continued her education at Franklin Pierce College, where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice in 2004. More importantly, what she learned while away at college was that she had a strong desire to help others. Little did she know that when she joined the little college emergency squad, she would be starting a lifelong journey of helping others. Over the past twenty years, Jamie served with numerous ambulance and rescue squads in various positions.
During the latter years of her service in EMS, she found her true passion in life - teaching others. She started by becoming a certified CPR instructor, then becoming a certified lab instructor, to help teach and mold new EMT’s in both the Monroe-Livingston and Finger Lakes regions. While she thoroughly enjoyed EMS education, and touched countless lives while doing so, Jamie truly wanted education to become her lifelong career. She enrolled in an accelerated Master of Education program at Roberts Wesleyan College to enhance her abilities to teach others. She took on this challenge all while running a household and working multiple part-time jobs. It was through this program that she found the Kelley School in Newark, NY, where she spent time doing her internship. It was during this internship that teaching truly became her life’s passion. Once her internship was finished, she continued as a substitute teacher, working several days a week. She expressed a desire to try to stay with the Kelley School once she earned her degree.
Jamie was a strong, independent yet caring woman who would do anything for anyone at any time. She was an amazing mother, the most supportive partner, a loving daughter, sister, and friend. Her memory will be loved and cherished by anyone whose life she touched.
Family and friends may gather for calling hours from 4-7 PM on Wednesday, July 27th, at Murphy Funeral & Cremation Chapels, 1040 Rte. 31, Macedon, NY 14502. In lieu of flowers, contributions in memory of Jamie may be directed to:
Palliative Care Program - Office of Advancement
300 E. River Road P.O. Box 278996,
Rochester, NY 14627