OBITUARY

Kayla BARDEZBAIN

September 30, 1996May 31, 2018

Kayla Elizabeth Bardezbain

Born September 30th, 1996 ~ Died May 31st, 2018. Join her family in a prayer service in the 3rd floor chapel at The Carlyle in Lee’s Summit, MO. Following the prayer service we will have a gathering in the Activity Room on the 1st floor. A picture gallery of Kayla’s beautiful heart and her life’s moments as she touched all of our lives. Where: Solstice Senior Living @ Lee’s Summit (formerly The Carlyle) 1098 NE Independence Ave Lee’s Summit, MO 64086 (816-554-7274) When: Friday June, 8th 2018 @ 2:30 p.m. The service will begin upstairs in the chapel with Reverend Gerald Wheatley. The celebration will continue following prayers in the Activity Room.

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REMEMBERING

Kayla BARDEZBAIN

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Lauren Ellsworth

September 2, 2018

kayla,
so this seems really personal, and sharing it on here gives me anxiety that it will come across as me trying to pretend like i know you. and i didn't know you, not in the end at all. but thats why im here kinda sharing my memory, because when i did know you, things were good. you were like this really great beam of light and sunshine and it was so damn easy to love you. and i know youre still that, doing whatever youre doing, wherever you are. from the first time we met, and my mom insisted on only referring to you as "goalie girl," to the last time i saw you, maybe 2016 at like 2 am in peculiar dennys, it was apparent that any joy, any love that you had, you were gonna give. to anyone and everyone around you. and that was stupid cool. im sorry that i wasn't at any kind of funeral or anything. that doesnt change how much i think about you. i love you and im sorry. i would do anything to have u here again.
all my heart
lou

Theresa Tanner

June 10, 2018

I thought of a memory on our last vacation together. We went to NY the Adirondacks Mountains, this picture was at Cranberry Lake. On the way back to KC we went Buffalo, NY to see Niagara Falls. Grandpa accidentally got in the wrong lane and we innocently went to Canada. The CPB stopped us and detained us at customs. Kayla got the biggest kick out of being "detained" with grandma and grandpa. The border patrol emptied our truck. It was a blessing that Zeke was back at the camper because he would not have gotten a kick out of it. Several hours later we were released on our way.

Theresa Tanner

June 10, 2018

Hi K! It's grandma again. I went out on the deck for coffee this morning and I have to share that you , me and grandpa built that deck didn't we? Grandpa worked us.

Theresa Tanner

June 10, 2018

Thank-you to everyone for the beautiful plants and flowers. The Peace Lilies were amazing, the white daisies with the blue mixed in, the bouquet of pink. I cannot tell where some of the flowers came from to sent thank-you cards. If I miss sending you a card please know your thoughtfulness was not overlooked, the flowers and plants are beautiful.

Theresa Tanner

June 5, 2018

I have so many memories of Kayla. I felt so blessed from the very moment I found out Kayla was coming into my world. She enriched my life from that very moment and never stopped. My very, very, first memory of her was when I saw her ear. I was there to see her being born. I will never ever forget it. That ear was the beginning of a magic carpet ride, not saying it was all easy, that changed my life. Thank-you Kayla. Grandma

FROM THE FAMILY