Kailey Bell Myers  May 4 2006  November 30 2019

Kailey Bell Myers May 4 2006 November 30 2019

May 4 2006 November 30 2019
Kailey was born May 04, 2006 to David and Cristy Myers. She was a student at Frank Seale Middle School in Midlothian, Texas. Kailey was teaching herself how to speak the Japanese language. She was infatuated with the Japanese culture and had big plans to study abroad one day. She was a very talented artist. She loved to draw Anime characters and created several on her own. Kailey was very funny, she could make the entire room laugh in a matter of seconds. She was never seen without a smile on her face, she was always so happy. She loved everyone and had such a giving heart. Kailey was truly herself and she was never afraid to let that show. Kailey’s brightness and loving heart will never be forgotten. She will be missed everyday and always loved. Survived by: Father David Myers. Mother Cristy Myers. Siblings Collin Myers and Ellie Myers. Grandparents: Angie Trammell, Sherrie Myers, Lanny Trammell, Christine Trammell. Uncles and Cousins (Uncle) Chad Trammell, Kat Trammell- (children) Tyson Trammell, Morgan Trammell, Chelsea Trammell, Caitlyn Trammell. – (Uncle) Casey Trammell, Whitney Trammell- (children) Landry Trammell, Avery Trammell. Aunts and Cousins (Aunt) Lexie Buchanan, Jason Buchanan- (children) Tyler, Buchanan, Caiah Buchanan, Asa Buchanan. (Aunt) Jayme Barnett, Darrin Barnett- (children) Gabriel Barnett, Mikaela Barnett. Those that have gone before her- Grandfather- David Myers, Sr. To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Kailey Bell Myers please visit our Sympathy Store.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Kailey Bell Myers May 4 2006 November 30 2019.

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  1. Everyday in this school is different with out you! I wish we could have known why you did this but always know you are loved at our school! We all wish you were still here! We love you Kailey or Kai! We miss you so much!

  2. Hi, I’m jay andino, frank seal student. I was gonna commit suicide in 7th grade and this year but then I got better and just knowing somebody actually did it makes me so sad. I’m sending prayers 🙁

  3. I am Addison Ceritelli, a very close friend of Kai, and a student at Frank Seale. I was there when she was teaching herself Japanese, I was there when she was depressed, and I comforted her. We had a lot in common because I was also learning the Japanese language. She was obsessed with anime and would ALWAYS talk about it. That’s one of the reasons I started watching anime in the first place. Kai was always there for everyone, she cared more about others then she cared about herself. We made a project together and that was one of the best memories I remember of them. It was a video project and she was so goofy in it. That’s one of the things I loved about her, she always had a smile on her face. I’m so sad that she’s gone now. When I heard that she tried to kill herself my heart broke, I couldn’t believe it. I had so many questions like, why would she do this? What if I was there? Did she plan it? Unfortunately, my questions will not be answered. I just hope she is having a better life up there then down here.

  4. I am Paige Insley. Kailey was my BEST friend. For real. I was there when she was down and when she needed someone to talk to. We talked about everything together. She loved anime and made everyone around her smile. She didn’t care what anybody thought about her. She was ambitious and couldn’t talk for more than 2 minutes without a smile. I love her so much that when no one else was there for her. It angers me to listen to the rumors that are spending. It hurts me a lot. They have stopped a bit which makes me happy. She cares about everyone and everything she sees. She had a big heart but only showed it to a few people. I was one of those few people. I love her so much. The school doesn’t do anything about it. All they did was a bad “memorial” which did NOTHING. It didn’t show how much we care, the Myers family deserves more. If there was money in the box people would steal it. She deserves more, the family deserves more. I love her so much. The school should do more.

  5. i am Emalee Rodarte , my friends call me Lee . I met Kaihe in six grade ,kaihe and I had a lot in common . She was one of my best friends , I miss her every day . I wish I could of done something .

  6. I was a fellow student of Kailey, I didn’t know her that well but I want to send prayers to everyone affected. Rember you are loved!

  7. my name is Logan Ray kailey might have said some things about i was a vary close friend of hers and i knew she was bullied and i was there to help stand up for her until i moved away i cried for hours when i got the news im sorry for your loss

  8. Today is Kailey’s (Kaihe or Kai’s) birthday. They would have been 14 today. It’s crazy how 5 months have gone by since her death. There isn’t one day where I don’t think about them. Kaihe, I love you so much. I always have and always will. You might be gone, but you are NOT forgotten. I’m celebrating your birthday by listening to your favorite music, doing your funny dance, and watching videos of you. Today is YOUR day, you will always be remembered.

  9. its been almost three years there is not a day i dont think about memories of you. You where an amazing person you always made me happy if i was sad you where there, i miss you Kailey

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