OBITUARY

Kelsey Brooke Underwood

November 1, 1999January 10, 2020

Kelsey Brooke Underwood "Kbug", 20 of Bertram Texas, died Friday, January 10th, 2020, at Dell Seton Medical Center.

Kelsey was born on November 1, 1999, in Fort Worth, Texas to Jace and Misty Underwood. She graduated from Burnet High School in 2018 and worked as a Supply Coordinator at Vandelay Education.

Kelsey was a food lover, and on numerous occasions, her mom would find food she was saving for later in her jacket pocket, the most memorable find was a greasy eggroll. Kelsey also enjoyed music, reading, watching horror movies, and drawing, but most of all hanging out with her #squad at Walmart or IHOP.

She is survived by her Dad and Mom (Momster) Jace and Misty, brothers Kelton and Kohen. Her Pops, Nana, Aunt Rete, Uncle Jeremy, and Landon. She also leaves behind her annoying guinea pig, Coco, that she spent hours yelling at while she was getting ready in the mornings because she would squeal at her until she fed her, as well as her pups Opie and Mooshoo.

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, January 18, 2020
  • Memorial Service Saturday, January 18, 2020

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Aisha Boone

January 18, 2020

It was so refreshing to see Kelsey everyday with her headphones in, enjoying her own little world. Music and cartoons were two things we could always bond over! I am blessed to have known such a kind, brilliant, and perfectly gentle soul.

delicca strawn

January 18, 2020

it's unfortunate that I only got to know her in the past 3 months. But i will be forever grateful meeting such a beautiful and captivating soul. We had so much in common, especially our love for food !! Everytime i look back to those late night trips to the park I can't help but cry because i know that Heaven's playground is 100000x better. Save a swing for me. Rest easy babe

Kristal Alcazar

January 14, 2020

I will forever aspire (and will teach my own daughter to aspire) to live like Kelsey did -- with kindness, a fantastic sense of humor and amusement, contentedness, and fearlessness in the face of those things that go bump in the night (and scare everybody else!) She was a joy to work with -- I always looked forward to her sweet smile and friendly "Hi, Kristal!" and remember being so happy that she was going to come work with us full time. I hope someday to laugh with my daughter the way Kelsey and Misty always laughed together. I will miss Kelsey very much. Thoughts of peace and prayers for strength are on the wind for Misty, Jace, Kelton and Kohen, and the rest of Kelsey's beloved family and friends.

Lois Dimari

January 14, 2020

I remember when Kelsey first started helping out at Vandelay and how quiet and shy she was. She really blossomed over the years into a terrific young woman. My heart goes out to all her family for such a terrible loss.

Shawn Hampton

January 14, 2020

Kelsey was a beloved member of my work family. I am so grateful for the fun we had laughing about stuff, the funny slacks I would send her and just the loving and gentle way she interacted with me. We were buds. I will especially treasure listening to the way she and her Mom teased each other and loved each other. It was obvious their relationship was special. My heart goes out to her grieving family. I treasure my work relationship and friendship with Misty, her Mom. Kelsey was a light in my life. I am so glad I knew her.

Jess Thompson

January 14, 2020

I remember our car rides of jamming out laughing, cracking jokes' and her horrible road rage. I remember all our 2- 3am stays at Ihop and Wataburger where we would talk for hours about whatever came to mind. Going to the park to just let loose of whatever frustrations life threw at us. Love you Kels. R.I.P and fly high.

Carly Ray

January 14, 2020

Kelsey was an amazing friend that I will never forget meeting. We use to study for history exams together and talk about the latest episodes of our favorite tv show. She also helped me with an art project that I will cherish forever.

R2 Howard

January 13, 2020

I remember when kelsey was a little girl her favorite movie was wizard of oz but couldn't say it so she called it Dorothy.She had to watch it every time she came to visit.she was the best baby and little girl I loved her so much and i will miss her.R.I.P.my sweet kelsey

Theresa Aguillon

January 13, 2020

I was in art class with Kelsey her senior year to assist some of our Life Skills students. She always made it a point to greet me and my students. She didn't have to be kind, many were not, but she was. She gave me hope for this generation, to know that there are still some out there that care. And I don't think she knew the impact that simple gesture made to me or to my students. We looked forward to seeing her everyday and when she was not there the kids noticed and would ask about her. I was sadden when I heard what happened. This world has lost a sweet and very kind young lady. May you rest in peace Kelsey. My deepest condolences to her family and friends.

Jann Evans

January 13, 2020

Kelsey and I made a real connection when I had her in my Principles of Information Technology class because of our mutual love of reading. Every spare minute she had, she had her nose in a book! We talked about many books I had read and I told her some I enjoyed so she could experience them, too. I asked her to be in my yearbook class because I could tell she was so smart and paid attention to detail. So I got to enjoy her company for the next two years until she graduated. She was a sweet, kind, and caring person, always making friends around her. Kelsey will always have a very special place in my heart.

Jann Evans, Teacher--Burnet High School

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