As a true Raleigh native, over the last 50 years Stacy has grown up with his hometown. His father, Raleigh’s local dermatologist, was the first person in his family to go to college, and his mother was one of eight kids raised in a working-class family outside Dunn. Stacy was brought up during a time of early growth for the city, when the Raleigh Times was still a newspaper, the North Hills area was still considered north Raleigh, and Crabtree Valley Mall and Falls Lake were still being built. Over the years, the city continued to grow and thrive as Stacy graduated from Broughton High School, Wake Forest University, and Campbell Law School.
After working in the Wake County District Attorney’s office, Stacy opened his own local law firm, and he has been working in private practice in Raleigh for the last 20 years. As the city evolved, Stacy lived in communities throughout the Raleigh area, inside and outside the beltline, in the old and the new suburbs, and in a high-rise downtown. Stacy also served in leadership positions throughout Raleigh’s civic, charitable, and professional organizations as the city grew and evolved, and he was appointed by a unanimous vote to the Raleigh City Council for District D in 1997.
Since his days as a high school and college football player, Stacy has been a lifelong athlete and outdoorsman. He spends his free time hiking and camping with his family, hunting and fishing with his nephews, and he became a licensed Master USCF racer in 2007. Stacy met his wife, Blannie, at Seaboard Station, and they were married in 2016. Stacy and Blannie attend White Memorial Presbyterian Church and are currently expecting their first child this fall.
- Councilor, District D, Raleigh City Council 1997
- Board of Directors, Building Together Ministries 2003-2008
- Board of Directors, Oak Ranch Home for Orphans 2003-2007
- Board of Directors, Fellowship of Christian Athletes 1994-1997
- Member, Wake County Wildlife Club
- Racial Reconciliation Community Volunteer, The Encouraging Place
- Volunteer and Supporter, YMCA “We Build the People” campaign
- Volunteer and Supporter, Hearts & Hands for Haiti
- Volunteer and Supporter, Campbell Law School Community Law Clinic
- Founder, 10 Days of Giving Campaign, supporting the Raleigh Police Department, Raleigh Fire Department, InterAct, the Salvation Army, Whitaker Glen Retirement Community, and the Raleigh Rescue Mission
- Founding Partner, Miller Law Firm PLLC
- Adjunct Professor, Campbell Law School
- Top 100 Trial Lawyers in the United States, National Trial Lawyers
- Defender of Justice Award Recipient, Helping Hand Mission 2017
- Board of Governors, NC Advocates for Justice 2009-2014
- Distinguished Service Award Recipient, NC Advocates of Justice 2009
- Vice President, Professional Negligence Section, American Association of Justice 2008
- Susie Sharp Inn of Court
- J.D., Campbell Law School
- B.A., Wake Forest University