Lauren Elizabeth Kaiser and unborn son Logan Wayne Kaiser, beloved daughter and grandson of Billy and Crystal Carpenter-Kaiser, went with the angels on Thursday, November 28, 2019.
Adored Sister to William Kaiser of Ewing, Alex (Samantha) Kaiser of Michigan and Ashley (Andrew) Rasera of Michigan.
Beloved Granddaughter to James and Mary Carpenter of Robertson County and Sherry Stringer of Maysville and Great Granddaughter to Ann Saylor of Cynthiana
Adored Niece to Denise (Danny) Earlywine of Ewing, Tina (James) Fulton of Mayslick, Judy (Butch) Leever of Hebron.
Lauren was a favorite cousin to Justin (Shawnda) Earlywine of Ewing, Jeremy Earlywine of Ewing, Kayla and Elena Fulton of Mayslick, Brian Woeste of Indiana, Aarron (Allison) Woeste of South Carolina, Robyn Woeste of South Carolina.
Lauren was full of vibrant smiles, laughs, giggles and hugs anytime you needed one and sometimes when you didn't...She loved life, loved her friends, loved and adored her family and was looking so forward to being a mommy to Logan Wayne. She never met a stranger...even as a baby she melted hearts of everyone... Her smile was infectious and her hugs warm and sweet with a laugh that was music to your ears. She was quite the drama queen when she wanted to be and other times the most level headed person you could talk to...She and Logan left us way too soon and although our hearts are aching with sorrow and grief, she is still watching over us all.
We take a little sigh of relief knowing that she was welcomed by all of her special angels who went before her that touched her heart in some way, shape or form... her cousin Brandon Clos, Aunt Evelyn Engle, Aunt Danielle Stringer, Grandpa LeRoy Saylor, Grandpa Babe Tyson, Grandma Vivan Tyson and Uncle Jerry Saylor and special family friends Paul Kress and Papaw Jim Tibbs who thought so much of her and numerous other friends and family.
Lauren was a wonderful CNA at Johnson Mathers Nursing Home in Carlisle where she had made some amazing friends who felt like family to her and loved her as their own. She was passionately loved by her high school friends and friends she met along the way. Tiffany Shrout, Savanna Smalling and Rachel Smith were additional sisters to her whenever she needed them. They always had each other's backs no matter what. She had so many friends and touched so many lives and impacted so many people that there are just too many to mention, but one thing is she was loved. She was loved by the young, the “goldies” and all who fell in between. She loved hard and she loved big.....
Lauren was enrolled in college where she had a future in nursing, she was focused on bettering herself for the future of her and Logan. She was determined to make it on her own without the help of anyone. She was busy making plans and mapping out her schedule so she could be the best mommy she could. Now we know that she is dancing in the sky with that baby in her arms embracing the freedom of pain and hurt and stress and longing that we all have to go through at some point.
Although she is gone from this world, she is at peace and eternally happy with her baby in her arms. She wouldn't want us to cry, she would want us to celebrate that she was here for so long and was blessed with Logan for eternity.
A Celebration of Life service for Laure and Logan will be held 2:00 P.M. Wednesday, December 4, 2019 at the Price Brothers Funeral Home in Elizaville with Rev. Greg Grimes officiating.
Burial will follow in the Sunnyside Cemetery at Mt. Tabor.
Visitation at the Price Brothers Funeral Home in Elizaville is after 12 noon Wednesday.
Pall bearers will be Justin Earlywine, Steven Perkins, Braden Watson, James Helterbrand, Ryan Norris and Ricky Sagraves. Honorary pall bearers will be Matthew Steward, Matthew Saylor, William Kaiser, Alex Kaiser and Andrew Rasera.
The family ask that in lieu of flowers contributions be made to Price Brothers Funeral Home to help offset funeral expenses.
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