Daisy Belle Kelsch, age 20, passed away on February 24, 2023, from complications due to kidney failure. Daisy was born September 3, 2002, to Alma and Amie Kelsch. She is survived by her parents, seven sisters and three brothers along with a handful of nieces and nephews. Daisy was strong-willed and courageously lived her life according to her own terms, not the doctors. This girl was filled with spit and fire. She was one spicy little nugget! Daisy had a gift of creating great lasting bonds with everyone, especially her youngest brother Ender, age 3. The bond that these two shared was what you would expect from a mother and child. They were the best of friends and each other's closest companions.
We are deeply grateful to our Heavenly Father for the time we were allowed to share with her.
Viewing will be held on Saturday, March 4, from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at Larkin Mortuary 3688 W 12600 S Riverton, UT
Burial immediately following at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park South Valley 13001 South 3600 West Riverton, UT
Daisy was treasured by all who knew her. She was beautiful, strong and courageous inside and out. She was greatly loved by all who knew her. Even though she has transitioned from her body, her essence is cherished by all.
What a beautiful strong soul!!! These pictures are absolutely stunning!!! There are no words to tell how my heart aches for your loss.
Love and prayers! Such a beautiful, sweet daughter! Your angel on earth now your angel in heaven! May the Lord gove you peace!
Daisy will always be deep in my heart as a power woman that knew her truth and honored it. I don’t ever remember seeing her without a smile.
The ripple that Daisy has left will go on and on forever.
I didn't know Daisy personally but I absolutely love her Momma! I have read the stories of Daisy and how she was such an amazing daughter, sister, granddaughter, cousin and friend. My condolences and love for your family 🙏
I am so sorry for your loss. My soul aches for your family. Your family will be in my prays
Daisy is a very strong Spirit. She always had a smile on her face and lived life following her heart, regardless of what others thought. She truly was an inspiration!
Our most sincere condolences for the loss of Daisy. So sorry we couldn’t attend the services due to illness. You are in our hearts and prayers.
I came across your daughters obituary. She is beautiful. Thank you for sharing her story. What a stunning life she lived. I am sorry for your loss and sadness. I take hope in our Heavenly Father’s love and plan. Warm Wishes.