Haidyn Lee Obituary – Hayden Lee, affectionately referred to as “Hadie” by those who are closest to him, entered this world on April 7, 2012 at the St. Anthony Summit Medical Center in Frisco, Colorado, and brought an incredible amount of joy with him. Hayden was a gorgeous and calm infant who was cherished by his parents and older brother, in addition to a large number of his extended family members and friends.
Despite the fact that Hayden had been subjected to a lifetime of medical treatment as a result of a persistent sickness (Blau’s Syndrome). On Monday, November 19, he experienced a brain bleed that did not appear to be related to his condition, and he died away quietly in the arms of his parents at Children’s Hospital Colorado.
Blau’s Syndrome caused Hayden to be in excruciating agony for the majority of his life, but the majority of the people in his life were unaware of this fact because Hayden rarely expressed his discomfort. He had a cheeky smile, witty jokes, and a laugh that was infectious. He was a sweet and joyful youngster who made our lives better with his outgoing, larger-than-life attitude, noisy nature, and imaginative jokes.
He was the youngster who turned a get-together into a party, who cranked the music up and turned the living room into a dance floor. He was known as “the kid who turned the music up.” The first grade at Frisco Elementary School was one of Hayden’s favorite years, and he was quite pleased with his progress as a reader. He was a fan of Taekwondo, snowmobiling, constructing Lego models, spending time with his vast circle of friends, and, above all else, spending time with his cherished older brother Henry.
His parents Simeon and Susan Lee, his older brother Henry, his maternal grandparents Charles and Alice Miller, his paternal grandparents Mark and Sue Lee, his aunts and uncles Joseph and Lisa Lee, Ben and Hannah Lee, Allison and Ernie Gonzales, Cathy Miller, Drew Dodson, and his cousins Erin, Maddie, Coree, Susanna, Esther, Fred, Elliot, Adam, Eva, and many more will always cherish his memory. His memory will be treasured forever.
The celebration of life for Hayden will take place on Monday, November 26 from 3:30-6:30 p.m. at the Frisco Day Lodge, which is located at 621 Recreation Way, Frisco, Colorado 80443, and is open to family, friends, and anyone else who had the honor of knowing Hayden personally. The memorial service will begin at 4 p.m.