Justice for Bailey
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Bailey was a devoted mother, sister, daughter, friend, and so much more to so many. She worked at the local Lowe’s store in the town of Ozark, MO where she lived and absolutely loved her job. She never complained about having to go to work except for the fact that her kids couldn’t come with her! Her babies were everything to her and she loved being a mom more than anything else in the world. Bailey was always smiling, even on her worst day. She had an optimism that everyone should have. She knew that no matter what today was throwing at her that tomorrow was a new day and it would get better. It is that smile that so many remember and long to see.
While we may never know the why, we do have to find a way to go on without her. There are the stories that we have, and the photos we share to remind us, as well as her children that she will live on in, but there will never be another person like her.
RIP Bailey Kyle 1984-Forever
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- Nicole Dintelman
Miss you everyday we lost a great friend & co-worker, love you
Will wear it proudly for Bailey
Miss you so much Bailey Girl!!! <3
Bailey was an amazing friend, mom. sister, niece, cousin and all around sweetheart. I miss her every day. I wish I could do more to support the cause but know in my heart I am doin all I can ♥