May 5, 2010

Baysha O’Berry

Baysha Rae Inez O’Berry, “Yellow Corn”, was born to Jeremy O’Berry and Sasha Rae Hugg in Minot, N.D. on April 30, 2009. She died of apparent natural causes on Thursday morning, April 22, 2010. Funeral services were held at 11:00 a.m., Monday, April 26, 2010, at Keene First Lutheran Church. Pastoral Assistant Rob Favorite officiated and interment followed at Good Hope Cemetery in Keene. Wake services were held at 5:00 p.m. Sunday at Four Bears Community Center in New Town. Friends may share memories and condolences with the family at
Baysha Rae Inez O’Berry was raised on the family farm in Charlson, N.D., for her first five months. Then she moved to Devils Lake with her mommy, daddy and older brother, Blaze Haven, who loved her dearly. She was on the road a lot visiting family and friends.
She spent much of her young life playing with and loving her brother, Blaze Haven Bly O’Berry. They spent their days playing, loving and cuddling one another. She would always get the biggest smile when she saw her brother. No matter what time of day or night, Baysha Rae would always wake up with a smile across her beautiful face. Her smile could light up a room and brighten anyone’s day. Baysha Rae was a happy and beautiful baby and will be missed dearly. Her grandparents would always say what a happy and wonderful gift she was. Anyone who met her would instantly fall in love with Baysha Rae.
She was baptized in the name of the Lord on March 14 at Keene First Lutheran Church, officiated by Rob Favorite. “She is now one of God’s most beautiful and precious beautiful angels. She will never be far from our thoughts and forever in our hearts,” said her devoted parents, Jeremy O’Berry and Sasha Rae Hugg.
She was her brother’s best friend from the day she was born. She became a real uncles’ girl to Austin, Joren and Lenny. She loved to snuggle and make you smile.
She is survived by her mommy, Shasha Rae; daddy, Jeremy; and big brother, Blaze Haven; Uncle Austin, Uncle Joren, Uncle Aric, Uncle Kaleb, Antie Nana, Aun-T, Auntie Hope; grandparents, great-grandparents, great-great-grandparent; numerous cousins, uncles, aunties, and all who loved Baysha Rae.
“She will always be my bestest friend,” said big brother Blaze Haven Bly O’Berry.
“Only the good die young.”
Austin Hugg.