Lemley Chapel
Serving Sedro-Woolley &
All of Skagit County Since 1935
1008 Third Street
Sedro-Woolley, WA
Darcy Duffy Memorial
Darcy Duffy Memorial

Darcy Duffy

Darcy Duffy

Saturday, October 16th, 2021

Our beloved wife and mother, Darcy Duffy, 63, passed away Saturday, October 16, 2021 at home with her loved ones by her side.  She was born October 2, 1958, one of four children brought into this world by Hal and Mickey Mansfield.  Darcy was born and raised in Everett, WA, she lived there until she moved with her family to Concrete, WA in 2000.

Darcy worked most of her life in retail in the Everett area.  When the family moved to Concrete Darcy and her husband, Sean wanted her to stay home and raise their boys, Robert and Spencer.  Family was always the most important thing to Darcy.  Family gathering were always filled with laughter, stories, and lots of love.  Darcy was also the neighborhood nanny, if a neighbor needed help Darcy was always there to help.

She wanted to be at home for her final days, to be with those she loved.   Darcy may have left this world, but she will always be in the hearts and minds of those who loved her.

Darcy is survived by her husband, Sean Duffy; daughter, Samantha (Chris); sons, Robert and Spencer Duffy; sister, Jayme; brother, Phil; the apple of her eye grandson, Reilly; numerous nieces, nephews, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, and all her cats.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Hal and Mickey; brother, Stewart.

A Celebration of Darcy’s Life to take place this coming spring.  Date and time to be announced.  Share your memories of Darcy and sign the online guest register.


  • Agnes Duffy Wyman

    Dear Darcy
    You were pure love and you shared that love with Sean and her family and friends. She was a great hostess and sister, wife and Mom. A light has gone out for all of us

  • Margaret Duffy-Riggle

    Darcy (Darce) You left us much too soon but your smile and laugh, the beautiful children, Sam, Robbie, Spence you raised and of course the apple of your eye, your grandson Reilly all bring us joy and the memory of you. There are few women I’ve known in my life that loved their family as much as you. I miss you Darcy. Rest in Peace.

  • Jayme Mansfield

    RIP my dear sweet sister! You had a gentle, kind soul that helped shape your offspring into very caring boys, & your kind nurturing of Samantha & your first grandson Reiley helps them be the best they can be. Your love for your husband Sean is so admirable because it was deep & unconditional!
    Your kind nature was apparent everywhere around you from your beautiful yard to your life long love of animals!
    Our parents were the greatest – they loved all us four so much & although they let us make lots of mistakes they always had our back!
    You will always be in my thoughts – & I enjoy reminiscing about the two of us (sharing a bedroom growing up) singing Beatles songs❤️
    My kids loved your cooking & I was always second best in that category. All my Love, Jayme