Iowa – Kylie Musfeldt Death – Dead :  Kylie Musfeldt  Obituary : Cause of Death Unknown

By John Chekwas | August 28, 2020

Iowa – Kylie Musfeldt Death – Dead :  Kylie Musfeldt  Obituary : Cause of Death Unknown

On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Kylie died suddenly and unexpectedly at her home near Coon Rapids. She was 27 years and 7 months of age.

Kylie Deane, daughter of Rick and Kristi (Maffett) Perrin, was born Aug. 28, 1990, in Ames. She grew up in Ames and graduated from Gilbert High School in 2008, according to her obituary posted on amestrib.com

In her loving memory , her family is celebrating her life and legacy, Kylie husband Kyle Musfeldt posted the following statement on twitter.

 

Her family tries to remember and to celebrate her life and legacy every year, on August 28, 2018 Kristi Maffett Perrin posted the following statement on Facebook.

Happy birthday to my sweet sweet angel in heaven,

Kylie Musfeldt

it’s been 5 months today and I still can’t believe you aren’t here. There is a big ache in my heart the size of you but we are trying to carry on the best we can I never new I could cry so many tears and I know there are more to come. I love you to pieces my sunshine we celebrated by sending you balloon messages. Have fun reading all our love to you! (Thank you

Brittney Lowman for the video!)

Happy birthday to my sweet sweet angel in heaven, Kylie Musfeldt it’s been 5 months today and I still can’t believe you…

Posted by Kristi Maffett Perrin on Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Cause of Death.

We have no information at the moment on of caused death . This post will be updated as soon as we have that information.

Tributes.

The following are some tributes posted on social media to honor the life and the legacy of the deceased.

Craig Perrin wrote 
Happy birthday sweet Kylie! You have always had a special place in our hearts.
Five months ago you earned a new birthday. Your birthday into eternal life. While we shed tears for you, as we celebrate your earthly birth, we know all of the Angels in Heaven celebrate your day!

@eugenesims wrote 

my grandma met my grandpa at her first husband’s funeral. he lost his first spouse too, so they just clicked. both loved eachother dearly, but had a mutual understanding that their heart would always be with their first love, and that’s who they’re each buried beside today

alanna  wrote 
this is so beautiful Red heartBeating heart thank you for sharing! I so so love that your fiancé celebrates your wife and her life, she was and always will be a very important person in your life and it means so much how your fiancé respects and understands! an amazing woman Two hearts

Stephanie wrote 

All of these comments. Wow. I lost my husband 6 years ago and also moved “too fast” for people. You cannot tell someone how to grieve. You cannot tell someone they can’t find a way to be happy. Most people are not looking to move forward. They just find someone that fills their –

Stephanie wrote 

hearts back up again. Grief is a life long battle, just because he and his daughter are happy doesn’t mean they aren’t sad still. It takes a strong heart to allow yourself to be happy again. Survivors grief is a thing and all these comments telling him what he should do do not –
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JP Westwood wrote 

Kyle my wife died three weeks ago I don’t see no future for me but your tweet has given me some hope god bless you I’m glad you found some happiness

daisyHibiscus wrote 

I’m so sorry may God bless you and your children if you have any Folded handsRed heart
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Rissa CandySparkles wrote 
what do you expect me to do?? hold onto his grief the rest of his life? never move on? never find happiness again? if he found someone else that bring him joy why tf does it matter how long it took

Cory G wrote 
Rest of his life? No. But it hasn’t even been 3 years. You’re telling me He properly mourned his wife’s death. Took care of himself. Started dating and then got engaged. In 2.5 years

Buffy Inchaurregui Burton wrote 
It’s normally something you wouldn’t understand until you’ve been through it… praying that you never do though. I was engaged at 7.5 months pregnant with our second child. When he passed I swore I’d never love again. About a year and a half later I meet a guy who I figured was

Buffy Inchaurregui Burton wrote 
Cool. He was a friends friend and I honestly didn’t look at him like that l. He did things that remind me of my fiancé. He asked me about my kids that he never meet. I eventually feel in love with him and 7 months after talking he meet my kids and now here we are in our perfect

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