Kaylee Goncalves Obituary, Death Cause – The life of Kaylee Goncalves has been cut tragically short. Kaylee and her family relocated to North Idaho when she was one year old, and it was there that she began to develop into the most beautiful, genuine, social, and amusing person any of us had ever encountered. She was extremely passionate about Claire’s, the fashion industry, and accessories, and she would do all in her power to make the people around her laugh.
Before Kaylee and her elder brother and sister moved on to Charter Academy for middle school, where they met each other, she attended Borah Elementary with them. It was there that she and Maddie Mogen became friends. Following that day, we were no longer a family consisting of all five of our siblings. We were 6. Even before she was born, Kaylee radiated warmth and vitality. She was Steve and Kristi’s third child, and she had a rebellious and unique personality.
She was born with dark, thick curls, the prettiest button nose, and a perfectly round porcelain face that was marked with a tiny scar on her forehead that even the doctors couldn’t quite explain. Her hair was black, and her curls were thick. Her siblings used to ridicule her and say that was where her “horns” tried to grow in, which caused her a great deal of distress later in life. Kaylee became the middle child of five after her parents, Kristi and Steve, went on to conceive two more daughters. After much persuasion on the part of her parents, Kaylee ultimately decided to enrol at Lake City High School prior to joining Maddie at the University of Idaho. She became a member of the Alpha Phi sorority and was also attending college to become a primary school educator.