Kaylie Marie Ueland
1993 - 2021
BORN
1993
DIED
2021

Kaylie Marie Ueland

Kaylie Marie Ueland

July 8, 1993 - November 20, 2021

Kaylie was taken to be with the Lord early Saturday morning. Our hearts are filled with sorrow. Kaylie was taken from us suddenly and far too soon. Her loving, caring manner made everyone she met feel special.

Kaylie is a native of Montana. She was born in Miles City and grew up on a ranch outside of Anaconda. She graduated top ten of her class from Anaconda High School in 2011. After high school she went on to graduate from the University of Montana with a Bachelor's Degree in Sociology in 2016. She decided to further her physical therapy education by attending Flathead Valley Community College where she earned her Associate in Applied Science Physical Therapist Assistant degree. Kaylie was a hard worker, starting with working at Fairmont, Finn & Porter (Missoula), Corvallis PT Clinic and was employed at the Catalyst Physical Therapy Center in Hamilton at the time of her death. Kaylie loved her job, her coworkers who became close friends and most importantly Kaylie loved her patients and would go in early or stay working late to make sure she could treat them. She went above and beyond to ensure they were taken care of, bringing them gifts, food, clothing, and even cat-sitting. She loved helping people. Kaylie loved Hamilton, the people and most importantly the mountain views.

Kaylie loved spending time with her family and friends. She was always willing to lend a hand or shoulder for whatever you needed. She loved her parents and brothers very much. She was very competitive, especially with her brothers, and always tried to out-wit her dad (his response would be NEVER!). She made sure to call her mom every night to chat about their days. Kaylie could always make you feel special by writing you notes or drawing pictures just to let you know she was thinking of you.

Kaylie was spunky and outgoing. Her smile lit up every room she entered. She could make you laugh even when you didn't want to or when she was going through a hard time. One thing about Kaylie is she always had your back no matter what. She was the life of every party. Always thoughtful and witty.

Kaylie was a free spirit; loved adventures, traveling, hiking, working out, running and always up for a new experience. She participated in a Spartan race and many marathons. Her hobbies included reading, listening to music, paddleboarding, snowboarding, going to concerts and visiting the nearby hot springs.

There is absolutely no way we could end this without mentioning her babies, Lucy and Leopold. They meant the world to Kaylie and she did everything to make them happy. Even if that meant turning her house into an ice box, so her kitties could sit on the roof.

Kaylie touched many lives and is missed more than words can say.

Kaylie is survived by her parents, Ryan & Tina Ueland, brothers Dalton (Nicole) Ueland, Slone Ueland, Nephews Parker, Cash, and Case. Grandparents, Chris & Glenda Ueland and Marie & Chuck Miller. Aunts and Uncles, Tony & Patti Nazer, Kirk & Cheryl Ueland, Brooke & Allen Gierke, and numerous cousins and extended family.

She was preceded in death by her aunt Laurie Nazer.

Because of her love for animals, donations can be made to your local animal shelter.

Funeral services will be held Saturday, November 27 at 10:00 a.m. at Hope Lutheran Church, Washoe Park Rd, Anaconda.


Published by Ravalli Republic on Nov. 24, 2021.
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Kaylie was our PT at Corvallis PT, and she was a vibrant and sweet person. We always looked forward to our PT sessions to find out what she had been up to. She definitely loved her family and her cats. We are so very sorry for your loss.
Janet and Larry Russell
November 28, 2021
Kaylie was my physical therapist when I got injured she was so nice and sweet we continued to keep in touch after she changed jobs I loved her smile she was a awsome person RIP Kaylie
Steve Drake
November 25, 2021
I don't know your lovely daughter and family member but from what you have said I am sure she is sitting with the Lord right now. She must be thanking him for the family he loaned her to. I also have adult daughters, 3 daughter's and I hope they all continue to grow and choose to live such a beautiful life that your daughter had. Your daughter was all I could ask my daughter's to be. How blessed you are that the Lord chose to lend you such a lovely human being to raise and enjoy her as much as she enjoyed her time spent with each and every one of your family members. Now may the Lord give you peace behond understanding and rest for your weary hearts. I am sorry for your loss I could not help but to cry along with you knowing what a great loss your experiencing. I will tell my daughter's I love them alot more often because of your family. I appreciate you sharing so many things about your daughter. I felt as if I knew her some how. Your family touched my life. I am going to make sure my children know how much they mean to me alot more often. Cindy of Tacoma, WA Ps sorry so long I just had to tell you how I am feeling.
Cynthia Maguire
November 25, 2021
Thoughts and prayers to you and your family.
Maggie Tallon
November 24, 2021
Dearest Ueland Family, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Kaylie. I was incredibly lucky to get to work with her for a couple years. She was always so positive, could make us laugh, and such a gem. Words can´t express how sad I am to hear of her passing. I feel blessed to have known her in the way I did and see the impact she made in peoples lives. Sending prayers and love to you all during this difficult time.
Robyn
Work
November 24, 2021
Tina &Ryan, I´m sorry to hear about the sudden loss of your beautiful daughter Kaylie. May all your beautiful memories of her comfort you in the days ahead. You´re in my thoughts and prayers.
Kevin McMahon
November 24, 2021
There are not enough words or tears that could be said or shed to match how much light, love, and enjoyment Kaylie brought into this world. She was, and always will be, one of the best and most beautiful souls I have ever had the privilege to call my friend. I will miss our conversations about Taylor Swift( and her love of her) hiking, fear factor, new tattos, our beautiful state of Montana, the silly things we do for our pets, teenagers these days, and my daughter, Kayleigh. The laughs we would have and the sarcasm was thick when we would have a chat session... Gawl how I miss your laugh. Your smile. Your jokes. You always lifted me up when I was down. You gave the best hugs! The BEST hugs. I will miss you forever and I will love you for always... My sweet friend. I will play Taylor in tribute to you always...even tho you know how much I am NOT a Swifty fan like you...and I promise to sing every lyric, loudly! :) This void in my heart I will try to fill with some of the funny, beautiful, and joyous memories we shared. Until we meet again!
Shauna
Friend
November 24, 2021
I only knew Kaylie for a short time as her patient at Catalyst but she was a dedicated and uplifting person. I felt more like I was going to hang out with a friend than going to go do PT. She was always upbeat and easy to get along with. I send my prayers and condolences to her friends and family and will donate to the Bitterroot Humane Society in her memory.
Josie VanDenburg
November 24, 2021
Ryan & Tina, My heart was broken when I heard about Kaylie!! I am so sorry!! Please know you are in my thoughts & prayers!!
Brenda ( Wyant ) Sandin
Friend
November 24, 2021
Sorry to hear about kaylie's passing Tina.
charles robinson
November 24, 2021
Kaylie was such a bright light! She had a joy and smile on her face everytime I saw her. So sorry for your loss!
Kathy Love
Work
November 24, 2021
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