KayDee Mae Chrisman Campbell of Sequim died in Harborview Medical Center, Seattle, from brain injuries received July 19 in a vehicle collision on state Highway 169 between Snoqualmie and Auburn.
She was born in Auburn to Edward Allen Chrisman Campbell and Ronda Campbell.
From the age of 5, KayDee was active in basketball, football and softball. The love of her life was basketball and her dream was to play in the WNBA for Seattle.
At the time of her death, she was participating in baseball state championship competition with the Little League fast-pitch all-star team Sequim Pyros, which was undefeated leading up to July 19.
As an organ donor with a rare blood type, KayDee continues to help others even after her death.
Survivors include her mother and brothers, Jeff and Tony Chrisman Campbell, as well as her sister, Brianna Chrisman Campbell, all of Sequim; grandparents Jan Peterson of Burien, Ron and Terri Campbell of Kent, and Betty and Kyle Kennedy of Olalla. Her father died Dec. 5, 2002.
Services: Sunday, Aug. 17, from noon to 3 p.m., Celebration of Life in Carrie Blake Park, 202 Blake Road, Sequim. Cremains will be joined with those of her father in a vault at Greenwood Funeral Home, Renton. Bonnie Watson Parker Funeral Home, Burien, is in charge of arrangements.
Memorials: In lieu of flowers, donations to KayDee Campbell Memorial Fund, First Federal Savings and Loan (any branch). After service and interment costs have been met, remaining funds will be used to purchase a memorial bench at the Sequim Little League field, James Standard Park, where KayDee frequently played ball.