Throughout Kailie’s life, she was always an affectionate, loving, and caring person. She loved life and was so adventurous; there was nothing she wouldn’t try. She was always so full of energy, thoughtful,had a great personality, and gave all the love she had to everyone she met. You’d very rarely see her without a smile on her face. Her most prized possession in life was her family and extended family. She was a ray of sunshine in our home. It was so heartwarming to hear her giggles and laughter in the house. At Northridge High School she was in the medical club, a member of the National Honor Society, and Theater Academy. Her favorite sport was softball. She loved that game and would put her whole heart into it. She was a nice friend and fun person to be with, gut on the softball field she put everything she had into the game. She usually played third base, but sometimes shortstop. She had such a strong arm, it was hard to practice with her because your hand would sting. She lettered in softball. During high school she also attended Davis Technology Center and received her Certified Nursing Assistant degree. Then she attended Southern Utah University, where she was a member of Alpha-Phi She graduated from CCI in Medical Office. She was pursuing her Registered Nursing degree while working at the Ogden Clinic in the orthopedic office. She loved people and always got along well with her. Growing up, she was such a joy to have in the house. She was always happy and full of fun ideas for us to do. She lived in Germany, Japan, England, Florida, and Utah. In each place she lived, she immersed herself into the culture of that country. She took advantage of all the extra activities that were offered. She loved the Lord and it showed in her countenance every day. Our family was sealed together forever in November 2003 in the Manti Temple. On August 2, 2006. she married the love of her life, Devin Ingham Browning. They were married in the Salt Lake City Temple for time and eternity. She was so happy and in love with him. They experienced so much during her short time in this life. They shared many adventures together. She embraced learning new things with Devin. This made their love stronger. On March 18, 2010 they were blessed with a baby girl, Bentley Marie Browning. When Bentley was handed to Kailie she looked at me and said, “I’m a mommy”. Her face was just beaming as she held her baby girl. Kailie was thrilled to be a mother and so good at it. She would play and talk to Bentley. It was so heartwarming to hear Bentley laughing, cooing and screaming with enthusiasm. Those two had a special connection that will always be treasured. Bentley was the greatest treasure to her, but they were both blessed by having each other. Kailie was a one-of-a-kind mother, and Bentley was so blessed to have Kailie as a mother. No one could ever love her and play with her the way Kailie did. It was a special bond shared together, just by them. Bentley was Kailie’s special jewel. Kailie loved her family with her heart and soul. She would do anything she could for anyone. She was a friend to everyone and would always stand up for anyone who was being hurt and try to keep the peace. She was a friend and comfort to everyone.