Kaleb Mikhail Stillwell

April 3, 1993February 21, 2018

Kaleb Mikhail Stillwell was born on April 03, 1993 in Redmond, Washington to Roy Douglas Stillwell and Sariah Donna Birdsall. On February 21, 2018, Kaleb passed from this life to the next. He is survived by his parents; his sister, Katera; two brothers, Benjamin and Brendan; his nephew, Jason; his maternal grandparents; and many cousins, aunts, and uncles. At this time, there is a great tendency to blame ourselves for not seeing exactly how much pain he was in or guilt that we weren’t there for him or that we didn’t tell him enough that we loved him. Please understand that with depression, he didn’t hear all of the things we were saying to him. There’s no way anyone could have known what would happen that night, so there is no blame or guilt to cast on anyone. We would appreciate all your stories of how Kaleb touched your lives, even if they are small ways that you feel are insignificant. This will help his family in the coming months and years to remember the things that made him unique.

Memorial service will be held on Saturday, March 3, 2018 at 10 a.m. at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (View Ridge Building) 110 50TH ST SW, Everett WA 98203


  • Memorial Service Saturday, March 3, 2018

Kaleb Mikhail Stillwell

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Zach Hiserote

March 2, 2018

Kaleb and I were childhood best friends and more often then not, we’d get into all kinds of shenanigans at church, and whenever we’d hangout outside of that. I remember one time in particular on a Sunday, we absolutely didn’t want to go to Sunday school and instead of go we decided to play hooky and camp out in another classroom, Kaleb barricaded the door with a plastic chair for good measure. We just hung out in there until 2 when everyone got out, talking about Halo, Harry Potter, and Transformers. Other memories that come to mind when I think of Kaleb are all of the times we’d go over to my dads and play Halo on his Xbox, we’d hook up the controllers and together we’d desimate anyone we played against (My Dad/My Brother/Benjamin) we’d drive our brothers insane and we’d make my dad rage to the point that he broke a controller once. Kaleb was always quick to give his opinion, loved anything nerdy/geeky, and his energy fueled our adventures. I miss him deeply and hope he is at peace. Til’ Valhalla brother

Mishelle Taylor

February 28, 2018

My favorite memory of Kaleb. I was driving home from a church dance that Levi and Brendan and Kaleb went to. It was dark and Whoever was in the front seat was trying to find the lever to scoot the seat forward. As he was fiddling around for the lever, he pulled the one that adjusts the back and the seat back flew back into Kaleb’s lap. Quick as a whip he yelled, “Wrong lever Kronk!” We all busted a gut laughing. And my family still quotes him quoting the movie all the time.

Lori Bannister

February 27, 2018

Kaleb was awesome. He'd randomly surprise us appearing out of the blue at our front door. Sometimes he'd drive; other times he'd walk miles in the rain. He'd come over to laugh, fill his belly, visit the liquor cabinet at times (I just busted you) and get the ugly out. If we didn't hear the knock because we're in the back, he'd let himself in and come find us.
It's heart warming knowing his level of comfort with our family was so high. We'd talk and laugh. He always seemed to leave us a bit lighter despite his appetite. 😉
Kaleb's presence will certainly be missed around here. Thanksgiving will forever be changed.
As our 6 year old says...Kaleb was a good Kaleb. She's right.

Robert Butler

February 27, 2018

I had Ben and Kaleb over to work in my yard to earn money to go and watch the new Hobbit movie. The movie was ok, but the time we had was great.

Denise Yocom

February 25, 2018

I am so saddened by this loss. My deepest condolences to all who knew and loved him. No momma should ever have this pain. So many hearts will miss you always.
Rest easy Kaleb, may your beautiful soul find peace.

Leeann Finley

February 25, 2018

I'm very sorry to hear of Kaleb's passing.
I didn't know him long, but I am glad to have met this young man. I will think of him often. Especially whenever I use hand warmers.