|Birth: ||Aug. 31, 1999|
|Death: ||Jan. 1, 2013|
Student at Harry Andersen Middle School,
Survived by mother, Patti Nissen; father, Anthony Bujarski; brother Brandon Banik;grandmothers, Elfie Nissen, and Shirley Christenson; great-grandmother Ruth Cechin, and countless friend.
Kaylee was a very dear friend of my grandsons, and I saw her often. She was very sweet, kind and well mannered. She had a love for my grandson's dog Jack If the boys weren't home, she would ask if she could play with Jack. She was very good with Jack and Jack loved her being around.She will be dearly missed by her family and her friends, including Jack. She just had a special way with people that drew her to their hearts. She was just a wonderful young girl to be around.
When she passed, she took her family and friends love with her and she left her love for all of them right here on earth. She was a very special young lady, loved by so many.
Kaylee always wanted to be there for other children, that was the kind of girl she was. And after her passing, she will continue to help other children, because her family donated her organs, so that her passing will help other children to live. That would have pleased Kaylee very much.
Kaylee's organ transplants help five other children, and many more not known. And she is now an angel watching over the lives of those children as well.
Kaylee's Counselor's and teachers at Andersen Middle School said.
"She had a zest for life" , "Outgoing and spirited", Loved hanging out with her family and friends", Kaylee was a bright, bubbly student, who showed great character", A kind and generous girl who always brought a spark to a room. She was always Smiling".
Kaylee played goalie on the Azzurri Hotshots soccer team.
She also played softball and basketball. She loved music, fishing,and going with her father when he played pool.
Cremated, Ashes scattered.
Specifically: Kaylee's ashes will be scattered over parts of California and South Dakota
Created by: Dalene Worthington
Record added: Jan 03, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 103044233