Kylie’s smile was so contagious and could light up a room. Kylie was always helping to take care of everyone. She will always be remembered as her family’s sweet Kylie with a precious gummy smile, brown eyes, and her sweet dimple. She was her mommy’s “Kylie Bear” and her daddy’s “Little Princess.”
Kylie always loved playing with her siblings. She was always dancing, swimming, and doing gymnastics. Kylie was a lake baby and spent her summers with both families at the lake. She was her brother’s biggest fan and loved watching him play baseball.
She attended Mountain Grove Elementary School where she was a first grade student.
Kylie was preceded in death by her Papa, Ruben Gonzales; her great-grandmother, Lupe Gonzales; and her grandfather, James Gage.
She is survived by her father, Richie Gonzales and his wife, Ashley; her mother, Nicole Gage and Justin Robertson; her siblings, Aceton Gonzales, Adrienne Bradshaw, Addilyn McLain, Hannah Robertson, Haydence Robertson, and Bentley Gonzales; her grandparents, Debra and Jeff Ice, Tina Bookout, Larry-Joe Morris, Mike and Michelle MacPherson, and Bridget and Jerrell Robertson; her great-grandparents, Jim and Doris Lannam, Bob and Jan Malatia, Martha Gage, and “Poppy” Jim Sears; as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins, and many friends.
Memorial services were held Friday, January 5, 2018, at 2:00 p.m. at the Mountain Grove High School gymnasium with Pastor Shane Nettleton officiating. Song selections were “Amazing Grace,” “Broken Halos,” “Tears In Heaven,” and “Butterfly Fly Away” with Alex Williamson serving as musician. Cremation and services were under the direction of Craig-Hurtt Funeral Home, Mountain Grove.