Haley Triplet Obituary, Haley Triplet Has Died

Haley Triplet Obituary, Haley Triplet Has Died

Haley Triplet Obituary, Death Cause – On May 23, 2023, the life of HALEY GRACE TRIPLETT, who was originally from Kenova, West Virginia, and had 19 years under her belt, was cut tragically short. In memory of the individual who passed away, memorial services will be held at the Wallace Funeral Home & Chapel in Barboursville on the afternoon of Tuesday, May 30, 2023, at 2:00 o’clock, and they will take place in the afternoon. The dead individual will be laid to rest at the Triplett Cemetery in Branchland, West Virginia. This cemetery is located in the state of West Virginia.

She is the daughter of Kristen Triplett of Huntington and her husband, Chris Gamble, as well as the daughter of Nathan Triplett of Kenova and his wife, Brittany, and the granddaughter of Chris Gamble. She was born in Huntington on March 19th, 2004, and she is the daughter of both sets of parents. Her parents met there. Her maternal great-grandmother Kimberly Steinbrecher, her maternal great-grandfather John Triplett, her maternal aunt Amy Gates, and her maternal uncle Daniel Triplett all passed away before she was born. Her maternal aunt Amy Gates and her maternal uncle Daniel Triplett all passed away.

John Triplett, who was her father’s paternal great-grandfather, went gone before she was born as well. She is survived by her maternal grandfather, John Scheid; her paternal great-grandmother, Linda Poti; her sisters Emmarie Gamble and Abigail Gamble; her brothers Nathan Kade Triplett and Tyler Bailey; her aunts Jamey Triplett and Elizabeth Scheid; and her uncles Daniel Lambert, Benjamin Lambert, and William Brucato; Henry Bailey and family; and a number of other relatives and friends. She is also survived by a number of other relatives and friends.

She was born in the country that is now known as the United States of America. Her father, Nathan Kade Triplett, had already died away while she was still an unborn child. On Tuesday, visitation will take place from one to two p.m., immediately before the ceremony, which will start at two p.m.

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