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03/12/1985 — 03/02/2021
From Richland, WA | Born in Palmer, AKWatch Service
Kayla Nicole Pieper was born to Bob Pieper and Julee Feser in Palmer Alaska, on March 12, 1985. She died on March 2nd, 2021 in Richland Washington. She was a much-loved daughter, sister, mother, aunt, and friend. Kayla enjoyed road trips with her family and siblings to places like amusement parks, concerts, vacations, and festivals. She put in much of her travel efforts into family gatherings. during her adventures, she would set out to find the world’s best donuts and pastries. Her sweet tooth led to many ‘ice cream for dinner’ nights. Kayla enjoyed hanging out with her siblings on her patio, watching the babies play in the pool, and chatting about their lives together over a cold drink. Her love for her family was a priority in her life always accepting and available to those in need.
Kayla worked hard at everything she did, including her job as a dialysis technician, and providing a home for her son, Jameson Michael, who was her light, and hearts beating force. In the time she owned her home, she also shared it with several of her siblings. Some of which recounted:
“She was very supportive and nothing we did surprised her”,
“Kayla didn’t collect things, rather cherished a collection of time spent with the ones she loved.”,
“I always admired her heart and desire to help others.”
Kayla was baptized after accepting Jesus as her Lord and Savior on July 10th, 2004, symbolizing her confession of faith and adoption into the family of God. Handwritten on the back of her certificate of baptism reads “Father, do your will with my life.”
Kayla is preceded in Death by her oldest brother Cody, Sister Gage, and younger Brother Jonathan, and survived by her son Jameson, Parents, grandparents, and 28 siblings; biological, step, and adopted.
Kayla was my good friend in elementary school. We were the neighborhood tom boys. My sidekick at marcus Whitman. She moved to walla walla. Years and years later we ran into each other in the tri cities. It was nice reconnecting. She was a very kind and sweet person. I will miss my childhood friend dearly. My condolences to her sweet family
I still remember that time you flipped the four wheeler and Mike burned his leg on the muffler. And a couple years back when you went to your first fish fry up north. I wish we could of came west last year like we planned. Miss ya cuz.
Kayla was a beautiful soul and I know she’s leaving a significant hole in her family’s and friends’ lives. I look forward to seeing her again where there will be no more goodbyes and only endless joy and blissful connection. Heartfelt prayer for all of her family, many of whom I love dearly.
We will always miss you.
Perfect picture of Kayla. She loved the beach and she was beautiful. She will be missed.