Makayla Mikal Nicolaas

September 29, 1998 - July 08, 2012

Makayla Mikal Nicolaas

September 29, 1998 - July 08, 2012


Makayla Mikal Nicolaas

Makayla Mikal Nicolaas, 13 years old, was born September 29th, 1998, in Bellingham, WA, to Karen and Rick Nicolaas of Ferndale, WA. Makayla is survived by her parents; her sisters, Mackenzie and Mallory; brother, Bryson; sister-in-law, Andee; and grandparents, George and Sarah Eldridge and Frank and Betty Barnes. Makayla is also survived by numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and many wonderful friends.
Makayla attended Eagleridge Elementary and loved to play basketball, fast-pitch softball, and soccer. Makayla’s natural talent allowed her to excel in every sport she played. She loved the outdoors and the animals she raised, especially her rooster, Larry. In lieu of flowers, the Nicolaas family would appreciate donations to Hospice House at 2800 Douglas Avenue Bellingham, WA 98225. Makayla lives on in all of our hearts and will be dearly missed.
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Moles Greenacres Memorial Park

Arranged by Moles Family Funeral Homes & Crematory

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Birthplace: Bellingham, Washington
Resided in: Ferndale, Washington

Celebration of Life Memorial Service
Date: Monday
July 16, 2012
Time: 2:00 PM
Place: Cornwall Church
4518 Northwest Road, Bellingham, Washington

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3 responses to Makayla Mikal Nicolaas

  1. Kathy Pipkin says:

    What a devasting loss you and your family have experience. I remember Makayla and her love of books, and her beautiful smile when she came into the library at Eagleridge. My prayers and thoughts are with, as you keep all her wonderful memories close to you heart.

  2. Within the grace of God may you walk for eternity.
    Condolences from your long lost 2nd cousin x removed. Connected forever through Winnifred Louise York 1917 – 2004.

  3. Teri W. says:

    Rick and family- I am so sorry for your devastating loss. My thoughts are with you.

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