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Greenoaks Funeral Home & Greenoaks Memorial Park

9595 Florida Blvd, Baton Rouge, LA

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Kelsey Lee White

July 1, 1987February 9, 2020

Kelsey Lee White was born on July 1, 1987 and passed away on February 9, 2020.

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Sallie Guy

February 14, 2020

I met Kelsey the year I became an LSU Ambassador. She was bubbly, fun, kind, and full of energy. I always admired her strength, because had I not known her battle with cancer, I would have never been able to tell she fighting it. She didn't let cancer get the best of her. She was still joyful, smiling and laughing often. The LSU family, especially the LSU Ambassadors, mourns her loss along with her family. Kelsey was a beautiful light that lit up every room she entered. She will always be our Snow White and our lives will forever we better because she was in it.❤🙏

Pam Podemski

February 12, 2020

You are forever loved Kelsey Lee.
What a powerful warrior you are.
Prayers and Hugs for your family,
Especially your mother, my BFF since High School.
xoxoxo,
Pam

Ashley Bryant

February 10, 2020

In summer of 2008, I was matched up to be roommates with Kelsey when we were leaders for the LSU STRIPES program. I didn't know her well, only sort of knew of her through doing LSU Ambassadors together. I am thankful I got the chance to know her better through that experience. I remember thinking she was really cool, very impressed she got to be Snow White at Disney! I ran into her again years after our LSU days, when we were part of a young leadership group through Cancer Services of Baton Rouge. That was when I learned about her battle. She was so strong and calm, I was taken aback at how poised she was through such a traumatic experience. It didn't seem right that someone so young should have to go through this, especially a person as full of life as she was. Although we were never close, I continued to follow her journey through her social media updates - very encouraged after hearing of her remission. I took it for granted, presuming she was cured once and for all. Was heartbroken for her when it came back. Honestly, this news of her passing has hit harder than I thought it would. Sending prayers to all her loved ones. She was an incredible person who leaves a beautiful legacy and a reminder to live life to the fullest while we are here.