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Greenlawn Cemetary

Po Box 122
Crestline, OH e, OH
(419) 683-4790
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Mark A. Schneider Funeral Home

223 West Main St.
Crestline, OH 44827
(419) 683-2020
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Prayers for Kayleigh: Alabama 7-year-old whose story reached thousands online dies - AL.com

Monday, November 21, 2016

Memphis, 'Carrow McClendon wrote daily updates of her daughter's condition and the community's outpouring of support.Hartselle and Morgan County rallied around the family. Kayleigh's school, Crestline Elementary, held a walk in her honor. Area softball teams and high school athletes donned Kayleigh's favorite color – purple – and her team number – 14. In early November, Kayleigh's father, Tim, decorated their house in purple lights at his daughter's request. Neighbors soon followed, buying up every purple light at nearby stores and bathing the homes in a glow for Kayleigh.A prayer vigil for the family brought out hundreds.Kayleigh's story soon spread outside her hometown. Aubie, the mascot for Auburn University, sent her a message, as did Willie Robertson from "Duck Dynasty," University of Alabama football trainer Scott Cochran and members of the UA Softball Team. A call for prayer from around the country resulted in more than 15,000 comments and well wishes coming in from places like Seattle, Washington, Sacramento, California and Alingsås, Sweden.As Kayleigh's health began to deteriorate, the family put up their Christmas tree to let their daughter celebrate the holiday early. On Nov. 4, her team of nurses brought the family Christmas gifts. By Nov. 13 'Carrow wrote her daughter was sleeping most of the time and by Nov. 14, she said Kayleigh had slipped into a coma.The next day, after her daughter died, 'Carrow wrote, "I don't know how we are going to continue on, I just know that we will. That God is going to continue to meet us where we are. He's going to continue to carry our burden. And for now, I am going to continue to write. I don't know what else to do."Kayleigh – whose obituary describes her as loving "church, softball, kitty cats, butterflies, friends, family, the color purple and most importantly, Jesus" – will be buried in Hartselle. She is survived by her parents, Tim and 'Carrow, a sister, Grace, and brother, Cole, as well as grandparents, great-grandparents and a host of other relatives.In lieu of flowers, the family asked for donations to the Prayers for Kayleigh Fund, Tributes Processing, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, Tennessee, 38105-9959...

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Prayers for Kayleigh: Alabama 7-year-old whose story reached thousands online dies - AL.com

Monday, November 21, 2016

Memphis, 'Carrow McClendon wrote daily updates of her daughter's condition and the community's outpouring of support.Hartselle and Morgan County rallied around the family. Kayleigh's school, Crestline Elementary, held a walk in her honor. Area softball teams and high school athletes donned Kayleigh's favorite color – purple – and her team number – 14. In early November, Kayleigh's father, Tim, decorated their house in purple lights at his daughter's request. Neighbors soon followed, buying up every purple light at nearby stores and bathing the homes in a glow for Kayleigh.A prayer vigil for the family brought out hundreds.Kayleigh's story soon spread outside her hometown. Aubie, the mascot for Auburn University, sent her a message, as did Willie Robertson from "Duck Dynasty," University of Alabama football trainer Scott Cochran and members of the UA Softball Team. A call for prayer from around the country resulted in more than 15,000 comments and well wishes coming in from places like Seattle, Washington, Sacramento, California and Alingsås, Sweden.As Kayleigh's health began to deteriorate, the family put up their Christmas tree to let their daughter celebrate the holiday early. On Nov. 4, her team of nurses brought the family Christmas gifts. By Nov. 13 'Carrow wrote her daughter was sleeping most of the time and by Nov. 14, she said Kayleigh had slipped into a coma.The next day, after her daughter died, 'Carrow wrote, "I don't know how we are going to continue on, I just know that we will. That God is going to continue to meet us where we are. He's going to continue to carry our burden. And for now, I am going to continue to write. I don't know what else to do."Kayleigh – whose obituary describes her as loving "church, softball, kitty cats, butterflies, friends, family, the color purple and most importantly, Jesus" – will be buried in Hartselle. She is survived by her parents, Tim and 'Carrow, a sister, Grace, and brother, Cole, as well as grandparents, great-grandparents and a host of other relatives.In lieu of flowers, the family asked for donations to the Prayers for Kayleigh Fund, Tributes Processing, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, Tennessee, 38105-9959...