Kaylynn Dougall

Denver, Colorado

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I just learned of her passing and battle today -- we worked together in Texas many years ago. My heart goes out to you her family and friends this season. all my best

I first met Kaylynn in 1975 when I began working at KDAL TV, Duluth. We both worked in the production department. We quickly became good friends. I will always remember those days with great fondness. Kaylynn was truly one of the happiest people I have ever met. Even through her medical struggles, she kept her chin up and always thought of others first. Kaylynn will live in my heart for ever.

So sad to lose such a positive energy in our world.

Kaylynn was a incredible advocate for the mental health community in Colorado. Her efforts will have a resounding impact on many lives for years to come. Condolences and best wishes to her family and friends.

Rest in Peace cousin Kay. Gone but not forgotten.

I worked with KayLynn at KSTP-TV in the late 1980s. I was an intern and she took me under her wing. She was such a warm, welcoming and joyful person -- taught me so much about life. Kaylynn, even though we didn't keep in touch in recent years, you will be missed.

I will always remember her warmth, her laughter, her friendship and that beautiful head of red hair. Kay was always a positive light in the lives of those lucky to have known her. So many mourn her loss, but so many are thankful to have known and loved her. My deepest sympathies to her family. She will always be remembered with much love and affection.

I had the pleasure of knowing Kaylynn for the last few years as a fellow "PR chick" for non-profit mental healthcare. Whenever I needed to bounce something off of a colleague, she was my go-to gal. I enjoyed our ride up to Breckenridge each year for the annual CBHC Conference, and gossiping all the way about colleagues who weren't there to defend themselves. (Always in good fun, never mean. Kaylynn didn't seem to have a mean bone in her body.) I miss her terribly, and feel like...

I worked with Kay at KDAL/KDLH, Duluth, MN way back in the 70's. We had loads of fun working on productions for the station and enjoyed trips up the North Shore. Sitting on the shores of Lake Superior was always a peaceful time for Kay. I'll remember her wonderful smile and kind heart whenever I return to those shores.
She was so grateful to have had the gift of donation. I have been an organ donor since then. I have been to her grandparents home on Lake Minnetonka, sat by her bed at...


Kaylynn's Obituaries

Our beloved sister took her place in eternity on November 9, 2012. Thankfully, her spirit and zest for living life to the fullest lives on in everyone she touched, both in her family and a cherished community of friends.

Kaylynn will be deeply missed by sisters; Susan Roberts, Kimberly...

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