Kaiylee Morgan Frogge, of Excelsior Springs, Missouri, passed away Thursday, July 5, 2018, following complications from an asthma attack. She was born August 6, 1995.

Kaiylee will be remembered as an intelligent, loving, sassy, one of a kind person, who loved to read, write and enjoyed a variety of music. “And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make.”

Kaiylee is survived by her mother, Rachelle Frogge; brothers: Pierce and Blake Frogge; sister, Chloe Buchanan; maternal grandmother, Carol Lentz; aunt, Erica Wallace-Cihonski and husband Patrick Cihonski; uncle, Heath O’Dell; father, James Graham; paternal grandmother, Paulette Graham; brothers: Joey and Justin; sister, Sam; the Frogge family who loved her regardless of genetics: Terry, Cathy, Bobbie, Roger, Kristina and Gina; and other extended family members, who loved her immensely. Kaiylee also leaves behind many friends, including Arthur Meehan and her best friend Alexis Stuart, who will miss her deeply.

Memorial services will be held at 6 p.m., Saturday, July 28, at ES First, 1800 US-69 Hwy., Excelsior Springs.  A dinner will follow the celebration of joy and laughter she brought to our lives for 22 years.

Kaiylee was able to offer a new chance at healthy, productive lives for many in need through donation of her organs, tissue and eyes. To register to become an organ, tissue or eye donor in honor of Kaiylee, visit mwth.org or call 888-744-4531. Memorial donations can be addressed to Rachelle Frogge and sent to the Lawson/Liberty Bank, 2210 Patsy Ln., Excelsior Springs, MO 64024.

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