Sergeant Stacy Edward Levay

Sergeant Stacy Edward Levay

United States Air Force Security Forces, U.S. Government

End of Watch Wednesday, January 1, 1992

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Stacy Edward Levay

Sergeant Stacy Levay died after being struck in the head by a suspect wielding a metal pipe during a robbery on Andersen AFB, Guam.

He was ambushed and attacked by four suspects as he provided an escort to the base commissary's night clerk who was preparing to deposit $74,000 at the base bank. Sergeant Levay succumbed to his wounds several days following the assault.

Two suspects were apprehended and sentenced to life in prison for Sergeant Levay's murder. The mastermind of the robbery also served with the U.S. Air Force Security Police.

Sergeant Levay was assigned to the 633rd Security Police Squadron with the United States Air Force. The incident occurred on Sergeant Levay's 29th birthday. He was survived by his wife and mother.

Bio

  • Age 29
  • Tour 4 years, 9 months
  • Badge Not available
  • Military Veteran

Incident Details

  • Cause Assault
  • Location Guam
  • Incident Date Sunday, December 29, 1991
  • Weapon Blunt object; Pipe
  • Offender Sentenced to life

robbery

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Today we will meet for another hearing for the man who killed my brother. I wish that these hearings disappeared but because Stacy was worth pause to revisit the a life that was gone too fast. He was the boy in the neighborhood, as kids, who would come out to psuh the younger ones on sleds down the hill on a snow day. He was the one that was easy going and never a bother to be around, he was older by 9 years, my step brother and the bond with he and I was very loving. I miss him still today. He gave me a lot of hurts donuts and was someone who today would be smiling and taking me to a movie in my dad's VW Van. Kind-was what I knew of him. Kind to a fault in the end. Thanks for sharing what you remember of him.

Lisa sister of Airman
Sister

May 5, 2021

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