1991 – 2021
Kayla Gail Lindsell (nee Rose), beloved wife of Logan Lindsell, passed away in Drumheller on Saturday, April 10, 2021 at the age of 29 years.
As a result of the restrictions regarding COVID-19 and the government recommendations, a private funeral service was held at the Christian Community Church, 415 – 4 Avenue, Burdett on Saturday, April 17, 2021. Burial followed at the Burdett Cemetery. Condolences may be forwarded to the family at www.southlandfuneral.com.
Due to the fact that in person attendance at the service was limited and by invitation only, those who wish to view the service may do so by visiting Kayla’s obituary at www.southlandfuneral.com and click on the ‘funeral service recording’ link.
Kayla leaves to cherish her memories, her best friend and beloved husband Logan; her parents Ken and Charlene Rose; siblings Melissa (Jered) Neufeld, Nathan (Whitney) Rose and their two children Adalynn and Harlan. She is also survived by her in-laws Andy and Sandra Lindsell; brother-in-law Colton (Deanna) Lindsell and their two children Bentlee and Julian, sister-in-law Mikayla Lindsell (Alex Kinsey) and brother-in-law Austin Lindsell.
She was predeceased by her grandparents Ron and Norma Lane and Stan and Jean Rose.
Kayla was born in Medicine Hat, on November 19, 1991. She was raised in Burdett where she attended Burdett School from kindergarten through grade nine before going to Senator Gershaw for her high school years. She was a country girl at heart and had a deep love for sports and played volleyball and basketball throughout her school years. As an adult she was excited to be a part of the coaching team for the U17 girls volleyball team in Drumheller.
Following high school, Kayla moved to Medicine Hat for a year of work before heading to post secondary school in Red Deer. While working at Future Shop, she met Logan, the love of her life. Their relationship grew and they started dating in February 2011. Logan and Kayla have been together for ten years and were married July 4, 2020.
Kayla was the most beautiful person to grace this earth. If you were fortunate enough to know her, you know she was one of the most selfless people you will ever meet. She always put everyone above herself. She loved so deeply and unconditionally. Her smile could light up the darkest of places and her laugh was the sweetest music. She was the little bit of crazy everyone needs in their life. She would make you laugh on the darkest of days. She was the person that loved being with family and friends every chance she got.
Kayla will be dearly missed by all the Rose and Lindsell families as well as her For Sight Vision Centre family, the U17 girls volleyball team and all her friends.
If friends so desire, memorial tributes in Kayla’s name may be made directly to HALO Air Ambulance, 12, 49 Viscount Avenue SW, Medicine Hat, Alberta, T1A 5G4 (www.haloairambulance.com).
1991 – 2021
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