Brooklynn Bree Boles, stillborn on July 21, 2019, infant daughter of Savannah and Josh Boles, silently tip-toed into our lives and into the arms of angels. In the moments after she was delivered, family members continuously cuddled her, held her hands, hugged and kissed her, and told her “I Love You” uncountable times. Our hearts are collectively broken, but the memories of the joy Brooklynn brought to us throughout Savannah’s pregnancy and the short time we were together will help us heal. We will never forget her curly dark hair, her blonde eyebrows, and her perfect button nose.
Brooklynn is survived by her parents, her paternal grandparents, Robert and Tammy Boles, her maternal grandparents, Steve and BJ Brandli, her uncle Tyler Boles, her aunties, Tabby Talley, Mindy Brandli, Jilly Brandli, Kristen Schmieder, her cousins Daniel & Emma Boles, Stella Black, Ava Schmieder, and many, many family members and friends who loved her very much. Our family would like to thank Dr. Curtis and the Trios Birthing Center nursing staff for their incredibly compassionate care during and after delivery. Our heartfelt thanks to Danika and Steven Goulet, Natalie Mayse, and Rachel May, who stayed with our family to offer ongoing support from the onset of Savannah’s labor.
Brooklynn’s memorial service will be held on Saturday, August 24th, 2019, from 1 to 3 pm, at the Richland Community Center in Richland, Washington.
Memorial contributions may be made directly to:
Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep, a non-profit group of professional photographers who donate their time and talent to give the gift of remembrance portraits to parents who experience the death of their babies. (NILMDTS, 7500 E. Arapahoe Rd Suite 101, Centennial, CO 80112);
or to The TEARS Foundation, which provides assistance with the cost of burial or cremation services to grieving families who have lost a child. (The TEARS Foundation, 11102 Sunrise Blvd E., Suite 112, Puyallup, WA 98374).
Please write the name “Brooklynn Bree Boles” in the memo line. Hillcrest Memorial Center, Kennewick, WA is handling arrangements. You may view messages and sign the guestbook on Brooklynn’s page at www.HillcrestMemorialCenter.com.