Kiya Suzanne Kitchen: Full of Life and Love
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From riding motorcycles to hunting and fishing and riding long boards with her brother and friends. She especially liked to out shoot her brother. She loved to hike in the Redwoods with family and friends and find the albino redwood trees. She loved the beach but not the ocean which is funny because she loved to swim. Always the first one in and the last one out.
Kiya was an amazing artist that loved to paint and draw. She had an amazing voice that only few were lucky enough to hear.
May your new journey be full of adventures my baby girl. You will live with us in our hearts and souls. You will be forever missed and loved.
Kiya was preceded in death by her aunt Jamie Stephens. Kiya is survived by her father Joe Kitchen, brother Jevin Kitchen, grandparents Tom and Jeanne Kitchen, Barry and Paula Stewart, Greg Stephens, uncle and aunts Tim and Dewana Goodson, Tina Risley and many cousins. And so many friends that she loved dearly.
An account has been set up at Redwood Capital Bank in Kiya’s name to fund a skate park in Fortuna.