Kaitlin david death – Kaitlin Linnea “Kay-Bugg” David died calmly at her home in Plaquemine on Monday, April 6, 2020, at age of 22. She was a local of Plaquemine, previous inhabitant of Brusly and current occupant of Plaquemine. She was of graduate of Brusly High School where she played softball each of the 4 years. She proceeded to play at the University of Ozarks in Arkansas for 1 year. She was a present full-time understudy at Nicholls University. Kay-Bugg was a present right hand mentor for Brusly High School Softball crew, an associate mentor to the Maniax 14U and previous colleague mentor to Brusly Middle School softball crew. Kay-Bugg cherished showing her abilities, just as those of her dear companion, the late Carli Jo LeBlanc, to the young ladies she trained. She was an extraordinary impact on her players. She endeavored to show them all the things Kay-Bugg’s previous mentors had shown her as the years progressed. Kay-Buggs’ enthusiasm and love for softball were unlimited, she despite everything played co-ed and ladies’ softball while instructing. She additionally cherished the outside – chasing, angling, frogging, crabbing, shrimping and her vegetable nursery. Kay-Bugg never met an outsider. She adored conversing with everybody and helping those she could. She contacted such a significant number of lives while she was here on earth with only a brief time of 22 years. A private graveside for close family will be held at Grace Memorial Park in Plaquemine, with a dedication administration held sometime in the not too distant future to praise her life. Kay-Bugg is made due by her mom, Tara Saizon David and companion Tim Bartolo; father, Donald J. David, Jr. what’s more, companion Joni Miller; sibling, Connor D. David; sweetheart, Cody Porto; godparents, Tiffany Hoffman Schurba and Jeremy Seneca; godchild, Carlee Grace Spillman, aunties and uncles, James D. Saizon, Tammie Hoffman and Kevin, Darlene Hughes and spouse Gary, Susan Starns and husband Raymond, Mark Saizon, Kim Fowler and husband Larry, Vickie Seneca and husband Joel, Robin Thibodeaux and husband Mark; various cousins and companions. Kay-Bugg was gone before in death by grandparents, Frank Hunter Saizon and Barbara Bossier Saizon, Donald J. David, Sr. what’s more, Barbara Blanchard David; and uncle, Dale Anthony David. In lieu of blossoms, if it’s not too much trouble considered providing for the dedication support set up in Kay-Bugg’s respect, In memory of Kay-Bugg David, Anthem Bank’s 23910 Railroad Ave., Plaquemine, LA 70764. Kay-Bugg will be remembered fondly by all who had the joy of knowing her.