Kyley Smith

Kyley Smith

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Kyley Ava Smith born March 28th 2010 to a loving family with two older sisters Sydney and Kendra to protect and guide her through this exciting world. Kyley became a big sister to Taylor in 2012. Dancing, playing games on the phone and wrangling horses, Kyley was on the move and ready to make something out of this life. With long dark hair and large brown eyes she sprinkled kindness everywhere she went. Kyley made everyone feel loved, important and special. Kyley’s laugh and excitement for life was contagious. Those who were lucky enough to know Kyley could tell you she was happy no matter the situation and was always able to lighten the mood. She adored all animals and babies. Kyley enjoyed riding horses with her mom and grandma, fishing with grandpa, boating with her dad and dancing with her sisters. Giggling her way through every challenge, Kyley will remain an example to us all. Although Kyley’s time on earth was short, she had an eternal perspective which began with a hug and ended with her telling you how much she loved you. Kyley was always rooting for her sisters and will continue to be their biggest cheerleader. Kyley is survived by her loving mother Jessica Dawn Parker and devoted father Tyler Arnold Smith. Loyal sisters Sydney Sierra Smith, Kendra Rose Smith and Taylor Rae Smith. Caring grandparents Greg and Shelia Parker, Dan and Charlotte Smith. Numerous uncles, aunts and cousins.
Yes Kyley, We miss you - always.

A visitation will be held Saturday, Septemer 12, 2020, from 11:00 - 12:30 p.m. at Walker Sanderson Funeral Home, 646 East 800 North, Orem. Graveside services will follow at 2:30 p.m. at the Fairview City Upper Cemetery, 100 North 700 West, Fairview, Utah, 84629

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  • Visitation

    Saturday, September 12th, 2020 | 11:00am - 12:30pm
    Saturday, September 12th, 2020 11:00am - 12:30pm
    Walker Sanderson Funeral Home
    646 East 800 North
    Orem, UT 84097
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    Current COVID guidelines followed.
  • A Celebration of Life

    Saturday, September 12th, 2020 | 2:30pm
    Saturday, September 12th, 2020 2:30pm
    Fairview City Cemetery
    100 North 700 West - upper cemetery
    Faireview, UT 84629
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    Current COVID guidelines followed.


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Krista Smith

Posted at 01:16pm
One of my favorite memories of Kyley was going camping at Starvation on Memorial Day (I think 2013). It rained almost the whole time so we spent the evening in the horse trailer all crammed together and watched Karate Kid. Kyley was glued to me the whole time and I felt so special that she wanted to sit with me.

Another time boating 2014 I got hurt and cut my face. Kyley made sure to stay by my side the rest of the trip and asked many times if I was ok.

Zach says his favorite memories are when boating she would trick us and say she wanted to jump in the water at the same time and then watched us jump and she stayed on the boat seeing us freeze in the water.


Posted at 10:40am
The memories I have is just the everyday things. Like her asking me to work for pictures or to see my pictures on my phone. Or when she would ask me questions about my girls. Kyley would talk to me about seeing me every year at the Fairview Easter egg hunt then would say I waved at you. She would then tell me at recess or when she would see me in class that she was going to come to my house in Fairview and jump in my trampoline or play dolls with my 9 year old. She would always bright my day especially when having a hard morning or day. Or when my mom passed away 4 years ago after I started working with Kyley she noticed I was emotional and asked what was wrong. I just tried to blow it off by saying nothing or I’m just tired. When she asked if she could give me a hug. I said of course sweetie. She then said you feel better? I think she overheard me and Sydney talking one day about her birthday and being my mom’s birthday on the same day and I teared up. Kyley then gave me a big hug and said your mom loves you. Made me cry. She is the most beautiful, sweetest, unselfish person I have ever met. Kylee would see me at recess when I was no longer in her class the last few years but would leave her paras sides and grab my hand and immediately talk about her horses or her sisters. Always made my day. -Kendra Cox

Suzanna Parker

Posted at 12:18pm
Kyley was always so good at asking how we all were doing. She loved to ask about my work. "How's your work? You like it?" Great, yeah I love it. "You work at the hospital?" Yes. "You save people?" Sometimes. I mostly help the doctors fix bones. "Wow." She was always so amazed by everything. I remember doing cartwheels with her last summer, over and over and over. She wanted to get better at them. And she was relentless! And her dancing! She didn't care who was watching, in fact she always wanted everyone to dance. And she didn't care what the weather was. I remember watching her dance when it started raining and she smiling and giggling the whole time. And her expressions! Especially those eyebrows. You couldn't help but smile and laugh around her. She would always give me a hug when we were leaving. Whether it was a weekend we'd spent together or a trip or just a few hours for a birthday party. "Love you. You miss me?" She'd say it every time. Yes Kyley, we will miss you, always.
~Suzanna Parker, Kyley's aunt

London Parker McMurrin

Posted at 06:14am
Cutest young lady with such a Beautiful Bright Smile. You knew she was in your presences when the whole room would light up. She liked to talk and laugh, tease, play and be silly. Such an Amazing Kiddo!!! She will be dearly missed but her memories will continue on and on forever in our thoughts and Hearts. Her time here was much to short and I don't know if we'll ever fully understand why but I know that her time here was well spent with all the happiness she brought to so many lives. I do believe to that she had an old soul and was much wiser beyond her years. That's pretty dang Awesome!!! I find some peace in feeling like Grandma Kay awaited her with open arms on the other side. Kyley's Spirit will live on forever.
Forever, For Always and No Matter What... Love Love Love / Hugs, Blessings and Prayers to all the Family

Trine Huntington

Posted at 05:57pm
Kyley was always such a sweetheart; she would always brighten your day no matter what. She was always so cheerful and had a great love for life. In the short time I knew her, I learned so much. She was an amazing girl and you couldn't just help but love her.
- Eva Huntington

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