May 31, 2018 ~ July 12, 2022
Bailee Stackhouse, 4, of Wykoff, MN, passed away July 12, 2022, after a long and courageous battle with cancer.
Bailee brought joy to all who knew her. She had a passion to live life to the fullest and to seek out every opportunity for adventure and new experiences. She loved to travel and often talked about the places she wanted to see, including visiting Disney World and the ocean, which she accomplished in her last months on Earth. Family time was a priority: During the winter, they often drove around to find new displays of Christmas lights; during the summer, she cruised in her pink jeep all over the farm. At home, she showed her vivid imagination playing with her dolls and Barbie Dreamhouse, and her lemonade stand featured lemonade she made herself from real lemons. Bailee loved to shop and enjoyed her trips to Target, Starbucks and Caribou to get her favorite treats. Her beautiful smile and captivating ways made it impossible to say no and she was always able to find someone to join in her ventures. Bailee loved anything that was pretty, sparkled, or featured her favorite colors of pink, purple and teal.
We are grateful that God chose to bless us with her life. Her time with us was far too short, but her impact was great. We will always remember her vivacious spirit and fierce determination to live her best life.
Bailee is survived by her parents, Brandon and Sara Stackhouse; grandparents Randy and Teresa Stackhouse and Ronald and Linda Boland; great-grandparents, John and Beverly Remker; aunts and uncles Brady (Megan) Stackhouse, Christina Howard, Debra (Kyle) Scrabeck, Barbara (Jeremy) Kassel, Tony (Mariah) Boland, and many cousins and loved ones.
She was preceded in death by her great-grandparents, Elaine Stackhouse, Harlan and Mary Boland and Gregg and Karen Sample, and uncles Matthew Boland and Eric Howard.
Funeral services for Bailee will be at 1 p.m. on Friday, July 15, at Faith United Methodist Church in Spring Valley, with Pastor Mark Woodward officiating. Burial will take place at Spring Valley Cemetery. Visitation will be from 4-7 p.m. on Thursday, July 14, at the church. Bailee’s funeral service will be live streamed for those who are unable to attend. If you miss the live stream, the video will still be available to view on our Facebook page at any time. You can visit our Facebook page where the video will appear once we start filming: https://www.facebook.com/HindtHudek/
Online condolences may be left at Hindtfuneralhomes.com.
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