Brianna Aiello

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Brianna Faith Aiello

2014 - 2014

Little Brianna Faith left this world Saturday, July 19. God gave her to us, for 10 short days and then called her home. In those ten short days she made an amazing impact on our lives. Our hearts are completely broken, a pain that we cannot even explain, but we feel so lucky to have gotten the chance to meet her, to hold her sweet little hand, to look into her gorgeous little eyes, to see her beautiful little smile, but most of all feel her heart touch ours.

Brianna Faith, Momma and Daddy love you so much, we all do. While we wish you were still here with us, we know that God has bigger plans for you, plans that were too great to be executed here on earth. Tell everyone up there hi for us. We know that our loved ones that have passed are holding you tight, and will take good care of you until the time that we get to see you again.

Brianna is survived by her loving parents, Kimberly Hamilton and David Aiello both of Kenosha; her brother, Brody of Kenosha; grandparents, Barb and Jeff Hamilton of Colorado, Christine Smith and David Aiello both of Kenosha; two uncles, Chris Hamilton of Colorado and Eric Aiello of Kenosha; great grandmothers, Virginia Miller and Judy Hamilton both of Colorado; great uncles and great aunts Roger (Teresa Bauer) Aiello of Waunakee, WI, Karen, Donna and Jack (Susan) Miller and Jackie (Darryl) Webb all of Colorado; her auntie, Theresa and other special family and friends.

A memorial service will be held on Thursday, July 24, at Proko Funeral Home at 2 p.m. Interment will be private.

A brief and fleeting moment,

our angel touched the ground;

With tiny wings and a halo,

and sweet, soft angel sounds.

Blessing the lives of others,

in beauty and in grace;

Those who saw our angel,

knew God had kissed her tiny face.

Our angel came for reasons we may not understand;

A journey brief, with gifts so great,

and guided by Gods hand.

So, rest now our tiny angel,

your work on earth is through;

In the beauty of Gods perfect love we saw

His gift in you.

We love you sweetie,

you will be in our hearts forever!

Proko Funeral Home & Crematory

5111 60th Street 262 654 3533

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