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Hailee Anderson

March 18, 2003 ~ May 17, 2023 (age 20) 20 Years Old


Hailee Anderson, our sweet daughter and big sister, passed suddenly and peacefully at home,

on Wednesday May 17th, 2023.

Hailee was born on March 18th, 2003 in Layton, Utah to Richard and Kimberlee Barber

Anderson currently of North Ogden, Utah. While an infant, she moved with her parents to

Arizona where she spent her early life and welcomed two brothers who were her best friends,

Josh and Zach. When she moved to Flagstaff, AZ at age 3, she got out of the car and

exclaimed, “It smells good here!” Her heart remained with Flagstaff ever since. She longed to

go back one day.

Hailee fell in love with music at a very young age and quickly developed an interest in Piano.

Her favorite pieces had emotion, fast tempo and wide ranges. Her fingers flew so fast across

the keys and her ability to sight-read fascinated all who were lucky enough to watch her play.

She found peace in music, and had a way of expressing that peace and love to any who heard

her play. She learned violin at Orion Junior High with a wonderful teacher and continued in

orchestra through high school. She listened to rock with dad, Andrea Boccelli and Country with

mom, and taught her brothers an appreciation of a variety of music styles. She would move

from R&B, to Indie pop, to inspiring styles, and onto Viking Shanties (who knew those existed?)

all depending on her mood.

Hailee Graduated from Weber High school in 2021 and was attending Weber State University

studying Psychology and Health Promotions, with a hope to council and work with others. She

planned on graduating with her bachelor’s degree in only three short years. She lived every day

with intention. She worked to become her best self and live with a purpose. She was an angel

who befriended everyone and wasn’t afraid to be her cheery and caring self. Her infectious

laugh drew people to her. She was uninhibited and confident. She laughed when she was

happy, uncomfortable, anxious, and even when she lost her wallet. She would sing at work,

sing at home, sing in the car and then spend hours on the piano when she got home. Music

filled her soul.

She worked at Lee’s grocery store as a produce clerk and loved her job and her co-workers

dearly. When visiting Lee’s you could easily locate Hailee because you could hear her

contagious and energetic laugh that brightened your day.

She was a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and had fond

memories of great young women leaders and bishoprics that encouraged her to be herself, be

happy, love others, and have fun.

She had good role models in school, church and family. We appreciate their service and

contribution to the development of a well-rounded, bright and beautiful woman.

Hailee is deeply missed by all and is a great example to her family. We love you sweet girl.

A viewing will be held on Thursday May 25th, 2023 from 1:00 – 2:30 at Myers Mortuary in

Ogden. A graveside service will follow at Ben Lomond cemetery at 3:00.

To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Hailee Anderson, please visit our floral store.


May 25, 2023

1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
Myers Mortuary of Ogden
845 Washington Blvd.
Ogden, UT 84404

Graveside Service
May 25, 2023

3:00 PM
Ben Lomond Cemetery
526 East 2850 North
North Ogden, UT 84414


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