Kaylee Ann Brock
August 20, 1992 – May 10, 2019
Kaylee Ann Brock was born August 20, 1992 and passed away on May 10, 2019.
Kaylee is preceded in death by her great-grandparents Patricia and William Brock, grandparents Karen and Jerry Rutledge, grandfather Chester Fruge and cousin Shaun Williams.
Left to cherish her memory are her parents, Roger James Brock and Michelle Marie (Gregg) Brock, brothers Kevin James (Kathryn) Brock and Logan Graye Brock, nieces and nephews Ryker James Brock, Oaklee Faith Brock and Harlee Elizabeth Marines, grandparents Nancy Marie Smith and Gary Lee (Pat) Templeton; Renee Langdon; and many aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Kaylee graduated from Holt High School and went on to become an employee of Michigan State University. In her free time Kaylee enjoyed getting lost in a good book, creating art, cooking and watching movies. She and her mom Michelle, loved to go to craft shows and spend the day shopping together. Family was the most important thing to Kaylee, and her brother Logan was her best friend. She was smart, genuine, caring, creative and the light in everyone's day.
A memorial service will be held Friday, May 17th at 2 PM at 2|42 Community Church | Lansing Campus, 2600 Bennett Rd in Okemos. Those desiring may make memorial contributions out to Kaylee's family.
- Memorial Service Friday, May 17, 2019
Kaylee Ann Brock
May 19, 2019
I wanted to say thank you for the great words you all have shared and the picture of Kaylee at collage is fantastic and will be with me for ever.
Thank you all .
Joan Van Dam
May 17, 2019
My prayers are with you all as you adjust to this terrible loss. I have such sweet memories of Kaylee. She was such a kind and caring soul. She made me a better person and therefore a better teacher. My love and prayers go out to you all.
May 16, 2019
I will always remember your kindheart and how nice you were. You were an amazing person and so kind. I'm so glad I had the chance to be your friend and to know you in college. You will be missed. RIP Sweetie ❤️
May 15, 2019
I'm really going to miss Having Kaylee here with me every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. I had the privilege to work with her over the past year and a half every week during the school year. Kaylee not only made my job enjoyable when she was here I knew I could count on her. She arrived at work every shift over 2 hrs early every week. Asking " Blake do you want me to clock in"? I would always tell her yes because I truly appreciated everything she did. Just when I thought I would be working by myself again ,there was Kaylee eager and ready to work. I feel like she really cared about her co workers and loved helping anyone that came into our store.Spartys will not be the same without her. I'm going to miss you Kaylee. God I know has a wildberry smoothie for you when you get to heaven. You may be gone now but we will meet again someday.🙏🙏
May 14, 2019
I feel like I've known Kaylee forever! The first time I saw her, she was a wide eyed little girl with a huge smile and the wildest head of hair I had ever seen! She was the happiest little girl I had ever met. As she grew older she developed a love for cooking. She would find recipes that she wanted to try, mostly from watching Rachel Ray. She would write out a shopping list and we would go grocery shopping. Once we got to my house we would unpack the groceries and get cooking. She was so happy to cook for her family. She would be chatting away the whole time talking about what she wanted to cook the next time and how much she thought her family was going to love it. We'd pack it all up and I'd drive her home with the meal that she prepared for her family...main dish and dessert! Unfortunately, I didn't do a very good job of teaching her how to clean up when she was done...sorry Michelle! Over the past few years, Kaylee enjoyed coming to my make and take craft workshops. Most of the things she made, she crafted for her family. Family was everything to Kaylee! I am so happy to have had these moments with her! You know how much I love you all...and I will always be here for you.
May 14, 2019
She was one of the nicest people you would ever meet. Not a mean bone in her body. She loved spending time with the family that was the most important thing in life to her. She loved going to movies and cooking. Although I didn't see her as much as I would have liked hold a special place in my heart for her as being a person that never let the roadblocks of life stand in her way. We did talk time to time when she got a job or at the Christmas parties. Now and again on Facebook about recipes. She was a gentle soul that is kind and respectful to everyone. We will forever miss her and that smile that was bright enough to light up a room Kaylee Ann you are and will forever be Our Angel We Love You Cousin. Rest In Heaven
May 14, 2019
Kaylee’s smile was infectious to everyone around her! I didn’t know her personally other than seeing her each and every morning at Sparty’s in the Clinical Center where she worked. When I walked into Sparty’s every morning she knew exactly what I wanted and would ask “ do you need your ice today?” I will never forget our last conversation and I will cherish her smile and friendliness everyday. I pray for peace for her family and all her friends, so many are thinking of you all!!
RIP sweet Angel♥️!!
May 14, 2019
Sending so much love to Kaylee's family. We loved Kaylee's infectious smile. Her demonstration of the utmost love for her family was an example for all of us....to remember what is important in our lives and to cherish every day.
Sending hugs to the family, and holding them in our hearts ....wrapping them in love during this time ♥️