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Kayleen Ann Miller-Henricksen

May 17th, 1989 - September 22nd, 2020

Leena (Kayleen Ann Campbell), was born in Boise, ID 05-17-1989. Her parents were Michael and Raime Campbell. She travelled to Portland where she met her husband, Brady Miller. They started a family and moved back to Boise, getting married on 09-02-2017. She passed away 9-22-2020, three weeks after giving birth to her son, Ashton. She is survived by Ashton and her daughter, Winter. She felt responsible for her younger brothers, Jacob and Michael. She loved making other people happy more than anything. This led her to enjoy cooking large spreads of food and watching the people that she loved enjoy it. She was very artistic and crafty, expressing herself through many mediums including sculpture, digital art, and sketching. When she was younger, she put lots of energy into cosplay and other nerdy endeavors. Leena also graduated from Boise State University. She had a large family here, and treasured family get togethers. The most important thing in her life was her two children. Leena was better than we deserved, and she will be deeply missed. She will be laid to rest at Dry Creek Cemetery, section 46 (The Willows) on Tuesday 9-29-2020. Her grave can be visited after 5pm. We regret not being able to have a traditional service due to the coronavirus. Please keep her in your hearts.

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