Kayla Beth Hanneman lived an adventurous 70 years on earth and left us all for the sandy shores of Heaven on June 16, 2020. She is predeceased by her parents Clovis Bagwell and Mary Helen Hobbs and her late husband, Bob Hanneman.
Kayla is survived by her fiancé and favorite handyman, Rick Neugebauer. She is also survived by her one furry cuddle buddy, Tator. Kayla is also survived by the strong-willed versions of her, also known as her children as well as their spouses; Stephanie and Greg Davis, Sherri and Ed Snare, Scott and Kristen Armentrout, and Ryan and Charlene Hanneman.
She had 14 grandkids and 18 great-grandkids in which she used an Excel spreadsheet just to keep track of the continuous additions. Kayla is also survived by her older brother and the only person she follows advice from, Dr. John Bagwell. Lastly, Kayla is survived by a beau-coop of friends -as she would call it- that even Facebook cannot keep track of the amount of people who loved knowing her.
Kayla worked at Buddy’s produce since 2011, where she was loved by everyone, except the semi-annual auditors -who could never find anything wrong with her impeccable, perfectly organized reports. Just kidding, they loved her for that too. She not only took pride in what she did, she also cared for everyone she worked with. Kayla also knew how to make everyone smile through her endless generosity of sweets and candy stashed in her office.
Kayla was the life of any party. She lived each day to its fullest. She never missed a family vacation or stopped talking about them with her friends. She also never stopped shopping for her grandkids or great grandkids. No one in her family ever had to ask for anything because she always knew when they needed something. She bought them whatever they needed anyway.
She was the best person to go with if you were ready to spend money at the store or the casino. If you were looking for someone to keep up with, it was not Kayla. Nobody could keep up with her vibrant energy. She never stopped moving; whether it was going to work, cleaning, cooking, travelling, or fixing and decorating her backyard, Kayla never slowed down.
Kayla never left anyone out and she always made sure to include everyone in everything. Please join us as we include those who loved her dearly in celebrating her life at her ZOLTAR Paradise, also known as her beautiful backyard on June 27th, 2020. The more in-depth details for the memorial will be posted to her Facebook page within next day or two. In lieu of flowers please donate to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation in her name.