Kammie Cheyenne Westbrook, 25, of Amarillo, Texas passed away on October 14, 2021.
Mass will be at 11:00 a.m., Tuesday, October 19, 2021, at St. Thomas Catholic Church.
Kammie was born in Irvine, California on November 7, 1995, to Melissa and Michael Westbrook. Kammie was a free spirit that lit up every room with her beauty and signature brand of charm. Never one to shy away from lending a hand, she developed a reputation of great generosity among those she was closest with. The scope of her generosity was without borders or limitations whether it was a couple of bucks or a piece of her heart – if you needed it, it was yours. Few people can attest to this better than her own daughter, Piper Cole, with whom she shared the biggest piece of her heart.
She was preceded in death by her cousin, Molly Dot, and her grandfather, Mike Tschudy.
She is survived by her daughter, Piper Cole Profancik; her mother, Melissa Westbrook; her father, Michael Westbrook and his wife, Gina; her brother, Logan Cole Westbrook; her step-sisters, Lyndsey Benson and her husband, Matt Benson, and Haley Villarreal and her husband, Guillermo Villarreal; her grandparents, Midge Tschudy, James and Pamela Westbrook, and Bob Park and wife Janine; aunts, Niki Bulla and husband Jonathan Bennett, and Tyra Cossette and wife BryAnna; uncle, Scott Westbrook and wife Penny; cousins, Blaze Bulla and wife Rebecca, Averi Bulla and Tim Campbell, and Zen Bennett; and many nieces and nephews.
4 Replies to “Kammie Cheyenne Westbrook”
There are no perfect words in a time as this. I did not know Kammie, well. I did watch her loving Mother, light up about about Kammie in the great, good, and difficult trials of life. The few encounters I shared with Kammie, she was bright, beautiful, and full of cheer. Melissa, Logan, and Piper, & all that loved Kammie, I pray God provides the exact need at this moment and all to come. May peace and love surround you today and days ahead.
There are not enough words to express how sorry I am for you.
My sweet baby girl. We’ll miss you forever. We know you lived your life to the fullest. Your beautiful smile , your gentle nature, touched everyone who met you. We loved you before you were born. Our love for you runs deep. You were your great nanny’s precious Cheyenne, she adored you. You’ll live on in our hearts where I’ve tucked tightly. On my darkest days, you’d show up and instantly you were my light, my medicine. Rest well sweet baby girl, God has you, your safe, and we’ll meet again. Love you always more, Papa, and Nanny
Kammie my dearest baby cousin.. I love you and miss you more then words can ever express!! I enjoyed all of our convos, time spent w each other!! To also my dearest other cousin Melissa aka Missy I love you and I’m praying for put family in this time of need!!! Also to my other baby cousin Logan I’m here for you always!! Love always and forever, LeeLee