Kailee’s I AM Statement July, 2016
I AM a powerful, beautiful, loving, authentic woman of light. I create joy and laughter wherever I go! I have such a beautiful and loving heart. I hold others to their magnificence because I know who they are, as I go through life I serve others and send love to all because that is what I am. I AM pure love and acceptance. I bring forth, creativity by realizing limits of myself and others. Trust by being open and vulnerable and abundance by being grateful for all people and all situations in my life. By being my contract I bring all this and so much more because I am a limitless and incredibly powerful woman of light!
Kailee Brynne Jessop transcended from this earthly experience to her spiritual adventure on August 5, 2022, after a courageous 3 year battle with a glioblastoma, brain cancer. She was born on January 30, 1996 and was raised by her mom, Carrie Kelsch; step dad, Ryan Humphreys; and dad, Richard Jessop. Kailee celebrated a great life with her brothers Elijah Jessop, Mason Jessop and Stratton Humphreys. She was known to all her friends and family, as “Boo” and had the most outgoing, bubbly, and energetic spirit.
Boo loved to read, listen to music, sing, and most of all dance. She could always be found on the dance floor at every event. A radiant and powerful spirit, she was either dancing her heart out with her best friend, Vista Kelsch, working on her muscle car covered in grease or playing hacky sack with her brothers; you would be hard pressed to find a more compassionate, confident, accepting, and loving person. Even though she faced many challenges during her illness, she always greeted everyone with a big smile and the best hugs ever. As time progressed, she eventually lost the use of her right side and the ability to communicate verbally, but even with these obstacles, she remained positive and eternally grateful to the universe for her experiences.
Kailee was preceded in death by her brother Camron James Jessop; grandfather Jim Jessop; and grandmother Nan Jessop. She is survived by a large family and many friends that will always cherish and love her. Everybody who met Boo always came away with a feeling of compassion, love, and joy, because that’s the way she lived her life, TO THE FULLEST!!!
Funeral service will be held on Sunday, August 14th at 2:00 PM at Larkin Sunset Gardens, 1950 E. Dimple Dell Road (10600 S.), Sandy, with viewing from 11:00 am to 1:45 pm.