Carrie April Kapala
In Loving Memory
Born:November 15, 1971
Las Vegas NV
Died:June 6, 2004
Las Vegas NV

 


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Carrie April Kapala was a good woman at heart, and always did all she could to help others. She was born on November 15, 1971, and passed away at the young age of 32, on June 6, 2004 She was the type of woman that would give her shirt off her back to make sure that someone else had a shirt on theirs. She had a Beautiful daughter, Cayla Lynn Marxsen, at the tender age of 17, and worked hard all of her life to make sure that Cayla had all she wanted, and needed in her life, to make it more comfortable, and more pleasant. She always took good care of her self, eating right, working out, and keeping a sound mind and soul. She met me, her husband Shawn Kapala on January 8, 2004. They instantly felt a connection to each other. Shawn's life was not a good one by far, but Carrie changed all of that for him. She showed him what it was like to be loved, unconditionaly. They dated a very short time before knowing they wanted to spend the rest of their lives together. They were married a short time after on march 11, 2004 in a little wedding chappel in Las Vegas NV. Carrie is survived by her husband Shawn, daughter Cayla, mother Peggie, father Robert(Bob), sister Sarah, and several other relatives. Carrie you are loved and greatly missed by all, Rest In Peace with God.

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You taught me how to love you by
The way that you loved me;
And by your unseen sustenance,
To see what you could see.
You gave to me through who you were
The gift of what I am.
Your pride in me is now my pride;
Your faith, my caravan.

Your life does not conclude with death,
Nor will it end with mine,
For all the lives I touch, you touch,
And so on through all time.

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My Dearest Love, you are dearly missed by all you have loved and all that loved you. I have created this memorial for you so you can be remembered for the wonderful woman you are. May you be in peace now. I know you are keeping us all safe, and looking upon us, and hope that you see the love we have for you. I LOVE YOU, and always will.
Added by Shawn Kapala
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