Kylie Allen
Kylie Allen
Kylie Allen
Kylie Allen
Kylie Allen
Kylie Allen

Obituary of Kylie Ann Allen

On Sunday, May 23, 2021, Kylie Ann Allen was escorted to her heavenly home by her Dad, Jeb, after complications from severe epilepsy caused by hemimegalencephaly.

Kylie entered this life fighting on December 30, 1994, and left it the same way.  Her determination was fierce and her memory long.  She loved backpacks, purses, and felt bags.  She always had a favorite, which she kept with her all the time.  She especially loved gift bags and enjoyed decorating them with stickers and hearts.  If you received a gift bag from her, then she loved you with all her heart.

Kylie’s gift to the world was her kind, happy, sassy spirit.  She loved babies, and other people with disabilities, and her family.  When she saw that someone was sad, she immediately wanted to make a gift bag for them to make them feel better.  She gave the best hugs and smiles that would melt an iceberg.  She taught us so much about patience, Christlike love, and what is truly important.  She was quick to give compliments, quick to forgive, and truly enjoyed small moments.

Kylie loved making and receiving phone calls.  She called everyone on her contact list multiple times a day just to make sure they were still there.  She would call someone and ask, “Who is this?”  It was so sweet to hear her excitement as she realized who she called.  Those people who took the time to answer and speak to her truly brightened her life by making her feel special.

Kylie loved being the center of attention and going places.  If someone mentioned they needed to go somewhere, she always exclaimed, “I want to go!”  She loved one-on-one trips in the car to anywhere, the destination did not matter, although she did love to go to Target, Dollar Tree, and day program.  She always asked, “Can we get a soda?” when we were out.

Kylie loved holidays, especially Christmas, Halloween, Easter, and her birthday.  She celebrated all year long by wearing decorated T-shirts, headbands, and carrying a coordinating bag.  Kylie did not understand time, so she would ask, “When is my birthday?” all year long.  The last few months of her life we celebrated her birthday any time we had cake by singing happy birthday so she could blow out the candles.  She would beam from ear to ear every single time.  Kylie was so excited to receive her iPod for her birthday.  She loved all kinds of music, except when we turned up the music on the TV when we did chores. 

Kylie truly connected to all five love languages, which is why she was so empathetic for others.  She touched the lives of so many people because she showed charity for others, and her absence will be felt every single day.  She is survived by her mother, Sulesha, and three siblings, Kaitlyn, Madison (Colton), Tanner, as well as her father, Roger (Julie).  She is also survived by her Grandma Sue and Grandpa Blake, many aunts, uncles, cousins, and her four stepsiblings.  She is preceded in death by her Dad, Jeb, and her Grandma and Grandpa Allen.

Kylie loved wearing her crown that she received at special needs prom.  Now she will be wearing her crown of righteousness forever.

2 Timothy 4:8  “Henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judge, shall give me at that day; and not to me only, but unto all them also that love his appearing.”

The family has chosen to have a private service, the date of which is yet to be determined.  If you have a special memory of Kylie, the family would love hearing how she touched your life.  Please share that memory by email to kylieallen1230@gmail.com.

 

 

 

 

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