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Katelyn Carlson Obituary
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September 01, 2015

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September 9, 2014
Happy Birthday, Katelynn!

love you!

your cousins
August 27, 2014
My son has a severe peanut allergy and is taking part in a clinical study @ Lurie Childrens Hospital. Every time we go in for injections or a food challenge, I think of your daughter. We do this memory and honor of her and to help find a way to keep kids safe. Blessings and peace to you.
August 26, 2014
All my blessings go to you, Katelyn.
~R~
August 26, 2014
I'm sorry I never found this site before, but my deepest condolences go out to her family. I didn't know her that much, but I knew she was a very good person, and I will always remember her death as the darkest day of my time at Edison. Now that I am older, and understand the pain of death more, I grieve and pray for her every day. I have since graduated from Edison, and now, in Loyola Academy, I pray for her in theology. No person should ever have to go through this loss. Since her death, Edison has prohibited any peanut products in the school. I sincerely hope no more deaths occur at that school. We have flowers planted outside the school in her honor, and we remember her every year at graduation. I was only a 5th grader at the time, and though I grieved, I didn't really understand. But now, whenever I think of it, the emotional pain is crushing. She didn't deserve it. Nobody should have had to live through that moment.

All my blessings go to you, Katelyn, and may a new life await you.

My sincerest regards,
~R~
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