OBITUARY

Kaylin Alexis Price

March 24, 2000May 20, 2021

Grieving the sudden and tragic death of Cali Price, May 20, 2021

Kaylin Alexis Price was born in Orange, California on March 24, 2000 and died May 20, 2021 in Austin, Texas.

She was always known as Cali and moved to Texas in 2002, and went to school in Cedar Park. She attended different high schools including Vista Ridge and Leander, graduating in 2018. She went on to complete the Certified Nursing Assistant program at Austin Community College while raising her baby daughter, Eliza. Cali was involved in groups helping young mothers including Young Lives and Acts of Love. Cali is survived by her parents, John and Barbara Price and her daughter, Eliza, of Leander, Texas.

For her parents, family and friends this unexpected and senseless tragedy hurts our hearts deeply. Cali, now 21, had just celebrated Eliza’s fourth birthday, and learned the baby she was carrying was a boy. Anticipating a lifetime ahead, two lives were lost.

Although Cali’s time here was cut short, the outpouring of love and support honors how she touched all our lives with her light and love. That light she shared with all of us, is the legacy of brilliant light in the joy of Eliza’s laughter, smiles and love. Cali was loved deeply and our hearts are aching.

Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding. Proverbs 3:5

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  • Celebration of Life

    Wednesday, June 2, 2021

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R Wheeler

August 8, 2021

I was so glad to see my daughter and my granddaughter when they came out to visit in July. I will miss my daughter and I will always love her and hopefully I can see my granddaughter soon. Love your dad

Raymond Wheeler

July 31, 2021

I just found out why Kaylin hasn’t been calling me. I am so hurt and my life will never be the same . I wish someone could have contact me. I love you baby girl and I will never forget you . You are in my heart is and will never leave it.
I’m sorry baby girl .

Frizzy Lopez

July 3, 2021

Girl it’s crazy to me everything coming to light breaks my heart for your baby and your loved ones and I know we had just talked about going out and having a girls day and it never happened. I’m gonna always remember your kindness and how you handled life and tried to be fair to all women as much as you could... I know you watching over everything especially baby girl. You always will be remembered and I’m gone love and live harder behind this.

Jamie Pearce

June 1, 2021

Cali,
You're my forever friend. You are one of the most kind and accepting people I've ever known. We have made countless memories over the past 19 years and I thought we would have forever to make more. I will never forget your laugh that could always cheer me up. I will always love and miss you with all my heart.

Tammy Fortin

June 1, 2021

Cali,
Such a bright star and gift you were to this world. Thank you for bringing such an amazing little person into my life. Eliza is love and light. It was such an honor being Eliza's teacher and your confidant and friend. It was always so wonderful to see you.
Until we talk again beautiful soul. May the both of you rest with God.

Breanna Flores

May 31, 2021

Cali, you were a one of a kind person. Your personality was so outgoing and that laugh and smile could brighten up a room. You were my best friend Cali. We had our fights like every other best friends do. But we always had such great respect for each other. We always had each other’s backs. I remember us going to Georgetown school together and the teachers had to split us up for being to disrupt in class because we were always laughing. We made many memories together, I just wish we could’ve made more. You were such a amazing mother to Eliza. You were such a amazing person. You always helped others, you were always there when I needed someone to cry to even learn how to do Make up. From middle school to high school, even after we both graduated we were still close. I could never thank u enough for always being their for me and my children.
I’m going to miss you. I love you cali. You might be gone babygirl, but you will never be forgotten. Until I see you again…..

Pati Helton

May 29, 2021

Dearest John and Barbara,
We were never fortunate enough to meet your beautiful daughter since you moved to Texas; however, knowing the two of you we imagine she was loved beyond belief!! Words cannot begin to express our sorrow. Please know how very much you are loved. Since we all know and love our Savior, Jesus, we realize this is but a brief separation. We will all be united again forever.

Laura Estrada

May 29, 2021

I've never met you or your family.....

Your tradegy has touched my heart...rest in heaven two beautiful Angels.

My deepest, deepest condolences to the family. Keeping you all in my prayers. 💔😢🙏

StephOnnie Jasinski

May 28, 2021

Cali,
We didnt know each other long but when we met I felt we clicked right away and I knew you were a good person and would be a good fit for Sorcha.
Im sorry she wasnt there to protect you but we both know if she had she would of done so fiercely being her new 'person.'
Im sorry our doggie playdates of hikes and swims were cut short and that your sons life ended before it could begin.

You were a good human and canine mother, a daughter, a friend and I hope you and your son find peace on the other side. RIP.

Natalie Young

May 28, 2021

Cali,
I remember meeting you back when we were in elementary school. You always could make me laugh so hard and we always had so much fun together. I remember the summers were filled with swimming at the neighborhood pool, prank calling our crushes, and making silly little YouTube videos that would probably embarrass us now! I always admired how big your heart was and how you cared so deeply for the people around you. I remember one time we went to Schlitterbahn and your dad got a little cut from the inner tube on his head and you were so worried. I remember you hugging him so tightly and not letting go until the medic helped bandage him up. But most of all I remember your authenticity. You were never afraid to be yourself and you knew your worth. And your resiliency was empowering. I remember thinking when you first posted about Eliza that there was no one else I could think of who could raise such a strong little girl as you. I will forever be grateful for our memories and the time we shared together.

FROM THE FAMILY