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Kassie grade school friend had this tattoo done in her memory,what a gift to me when she show me.love ya Amber.


 


 


 


 


 




Kassie with her cousin Julie

I want to thanks all the angels mom's for these beautiful graphics of my baby girl.




 

 


 

 




 

 

Kassie star hangs in Australia,thanks to Chez & Sonya

 


 



 


 


 


 


 

 






 





 


 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 



 

 

 


 

   

 

 

 

 


My Child -

With my eyes - I see you,

With my mind - I think of you,

With my heart - I love you,

With my arms - I reach for you,

With my feet - I walk with you,

With my voice - I talk with you,

With my silence - I remember you,

With my laughter - I rejoice with you,

With my tears - I grieve for you,

With my entire heart, mind, body, and soul-

I long for you.


 

 

 

 


 

 

 


Dear Mom,

I stood by your bed last night, I came to have a peek, I could see that you were crying, you found it hard to sleep.
I whispered to you softly, as you brushed away the tears. "It's me, I haven't left you, I'm well, I'm fine, I'm here".

I was close to you at breakfast, I watched you pour your coffee, You were thinking of the many times your hands reached out to hug me.
I was with you at the store today, your arms were getting sore, I longed to take your bags, I wish I could do more.

I was with you at my grave today, you tend to it with such care, I want to reassure you, that I am not lying there.
I walked with you towards the house, as you fumbled for the key, I gently put my hand on you...I smiled and said "it's me."

You looked so very tired, you sank into a chair, I tried so hard to let you know that I was standing there.
It"s possible for me to be so near everyday, to say to you with certainty, "I never went away."

You sat there very quietly, then smiled like you knew, in the stillness of the evening, I was very close to you.
The day is over, smile and your yawning, and say goodnight, God bless I'll see you in the morning.

And when the time is right for you to cross the brief divide, I'll rush across to meet you and we'll stand side by side.
I have so many things to show you, there is so much for you to see. But be patient, live your journey out, then come home to be with me.

I love you so much Mom,

Kassie Lynn ♥♥♥ 

 

 

 

 


 

Kassie's Cuz's Anthony,Amy & Nick when they did this pic. so warmed my heart,they miss her lots. Thanks Tina for all u do for me and Kassie luv u lots. 

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I WATCH YOU GO
I see your eyes,
One final glance as you look back at me,
And we both know it is time.
Although I swore I would never have to let you go
It's a promise I cannot keep.
I need to live and you need to grow.

My heart folds back onto it’s self
And I just bend my knees and lower my center
To withstand the buffet of the winds
That will blow by me and through me,
Without you standing there to shelter me.

The tether is cut and you are free to fly
And I lose an anchor,
And my cheeks burn, from the icy wind
And the few tears that sneak past the wall
That I am leaning on so that I can stand
And watch you go.

And someday soon I think I will find a heaven
Where I can cry the tears
And let the salt water cleanse the wounds
So they can begin to heal
But now is not the time.

One hand raised, I salute you
With a wave of good-bye
Wishing you all the blessings of this earth
And when we meet again it won't be the same
But we will always know

How much we loved and trusted and shared
Victories, losses, adventures
And just the passage of time.

Look back no more
Eyes to the future
And I will just stand here and watch you go.
~ by Susannah Thompson, 1996

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 


 

 

 



 

 

 



 






















Kassie & Grammy





Kass age-2 reading her Birthday Card.





Kassie & her cousins









CUZS FOREVER JULIE, AMY & KASSIE












 




Kassie & Aimee J. Good friends

 




 




         Angels in Heaven - Kassie, Lauren, Kevin &  Sky





Feel Free to visit their websites:

Lauren:   www.lauren-zinsavage.memory-of.com

Kevin:  www.kevinwengert.memory-of.com

Sky:  www.skypardee.com




    Angel Friends in Heaven

 




My dear friend Jody & Handsome Angel Sky






















Julie & Kassie Having a ball.

































 

 

 


 

 

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Tributes and Condolences
Happy Valentine's Day Precious Kassie   / Rose Gma To Angel Brittany Syfert
THANK YOU   / BECKY..MOTHER TO FFF JARRETT LITTLE
HAVE A SAFE NEW YEAR...ALWAYS THINKING OF YOU AND YOUR KASSIE  
Merry Christmas Karen & Kassie   / Terri♥Brent's Mom
Dear Karen, Just wanted you to know I am thinking of you & Kassie and it warms my heart to think they are together in heaven. This graphic is one that Tina made for me a few years ago and I decided to share it this holiday season in her beauti...  Continue >>
Merry Christmas!   / Fam. Of Scott &. Samantha Myers
Let's give a little Jesus, to everyone, large and small, for Jesus, the Messiah, is the greatest gift of all.
Thank You!   / Fam. Of Scott Myers
Happy Halloween Kassie!  / Fam. Of Scott &. Samantha     Read >>
THINKING OF KASSIE ON HER BIRTHDAY AND ALWAYS  / CATHY~MOM OF DAVID Giraud     Read >>
~THANK YOU~  / BECKY..MOTHER TO FFF JARRETT LITTLE     Read >>
Happy St. Patty's Day!  / Fam. Of Scott &. Samantha     Read >>
Hello Kassie  / Donna Mom To Angie Robert (Another Angel Mom )    Read >>
Happy Halloween!  / Fam. Of Scott &. Samantha Myers     Read >>
Thinking of you and thanking you!  / Donna Mom To Angie Robert (Someone who always cares )    Read >>
HAVE A SAFE AND PEACEFUL LABOR DAY WEEKEND  / BECKY..MOTHER TO FFF JARRETT LITTLE     Read >>
Happy Heavenly Birthday ~Kassie~  / Claudia Mom To ~Rocky~ (Connected by our Angels )    Read >>
FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART  / BECKY..MOTHER TO FFF JARRETT LITTLE     Read >>
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Her legacy
Ellen's Words- Kassie Teacher  
Ellen's words- Kassie Teacher / Mom (Mother)
Kassie Lynn Hall

When I first met Kassie Lynn Hall I wondered why she was in my Day Treatment class. She was beautiful, quiet, and worked very hard. Not what I was expecting at all.
Kassie became my fashion consultant and I became the thong police. When I would ask her to pull her pants up and her shirt down, she would squeal, “What are you looking down there for?” - and then she’d do what I asked.
There were very few occasions when I saw the side of Kassie that caused her to be in my program, but when she showed you that side, watch out! It drove Kass nuts that her mother and I communicated and shared the same opinion of her love life. We both wanted her to take her time with boys, date a little, fall in love in a few years. We were both sadly disappointed. Kassie thought she was in love and was happy to write about it & talk about it (as long as it was a positive conversation - none of that “slow down and wait a while” stuff).
I will never forget one of her last PET meetings. We were discussing Kassie and her future. As I was talking about what I thought she could achieve with her life, I began to cry. Kassie didn’t know what to do; Ms. Thurston let her know that it was because I felt so strongly about her and her potential. She let Kass know that I was putting myself out there to my superiors because I so believed in her and what she could do with her life. She said, “I’m the teacher’s pet!” I said, “Yes you are, please don’t tell your classmates.” She promised that she wouldn’t and walked in the door the next morning and announced to everyone that she was the teacher’s pet! I had to laugh because she seemed to get so much out of knowing that I cared that much about her. I felt like maybe I was getting through to her in some small way.
The school year ended and summer school started. Early one night Matty called to tell me that three girls had been in an accident and he thought one of them was Kassie. I started making phone calls to find out and Karen called. I went to the hospital to see them both. The week that followed was one of the hardest I’ve ever experienced. I have never watched someone die and the fact that she was so young and full of life made it even more difficult. What was so amazing to me about that week was Karen. She knew that her daughter probably wasn’t going to make it, yet she was there for everyone who came to see her daughter. She would take you by the hand and take you in to see Kassie. Karen would let Kass know that you were there to see her. People would stand around the bed and tell Kassie stories, some sad, most of them funny. We would laugh and cry at the same time, knowing that we would have to hold on to these stories in our memories. Karen handled this time with such grace; I can’t even put it into words. I hope I never have to endure such a trial, but if I do, I hope I can do it as gracefully as Karen did. She let everyone say goodbye to Kassie.
I gained so much respect for Karen during this time. I know that we have lost Kassie, but in her death she gave me a gift. She gave me the gift of her mother’s friendship. I will cherish that forever, just as I will cherish my memories of her beautiful daughter, Kassie
From Bonnie Klien- Guidance Counslor from school  
Bonnie Klien " Guidance Counslor" / Mom
FROM BONNIE KEIN:

Meek, subdued, tame...these are not words that come to mind when I think of Kassie Hall. I remember when Kassie entered Mount View High School in the fall, 2004. She could turn a classroom topsy-turvy in a matter of minutes. She was not one to keep her opinion to herself, but would freely share her thoughts. Kassie spent many hours during her freshman year spouting off in my office while bouncing in and out of the comfy chair and I spent much time talking with her mother Karen.

I always thought of Kassie as a firecracker because she was unpredictable. You would not know what she would say, when she would say something, or to whom and in what manner it would come out. The firecracker, with her snapping blue eyes and flaming gold hair was a bundle of energy.

During her second year at Mount View, Kassie worked diligently to harness her energy to be more productive in school. Kassie was spending less and less time in my comfy chair and had truly turned a corner by the end of her sophomore year. Sadly, this firecracker burned out too quickly and we were left with dull silence.

Of course, Kassie is still with me - I have her picture on the bulletin board by my office desk and I gaze at her daily. I was very proud of how much Kassie had grown during the two years that I knew her, and I always admired her fiery spirit. I wonder what her future plans would be as she graduated from high school? I wonder what contributions she would be making to society as an adult? Then I remember she already gave the greatest gift to others - the gift of life.

I think it is fitting that if Kassie had to leave us, that she did so on Independence Day, and I think this not only because she was independent (because we all know she was). I think the timing is fitting because Kassie is no longer a firecracker that sparks up a classroom; she is now a mass of brilliant fireworks that lights up the entire night sky and we can celebrate her life every Fourth of July for many years to come.
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