Kassie Kay Fairhurst, our precious daughter, sister, cousin, aunt, niece and best friend returned home to her Heavenly Father on November 6, 2021. Kassie was born in Moscow, Idaho, to Chris Brockman and Pam Hooker.
Kassie was a very loving person, making the lives of those who were lucky enough to know her so much brighter. Kassie was very creative in drawing, writing and cosmetics. She delighted in painting unique nail design on herself and her nieces. Kassie was known for sending card, letters and gifts just to brighten a person’s day and let them know she was thinking of them. She loved going on trips and vacations with those close to her and taking long car rides while listening to her music. Kassie had such a fun and sassy personality and always had something funny or sarcastic to say. She expressed her love to her family and friends constantly.
As a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Kassie was strongly devoted to her faith, her family and her friends.
Having grown up in Santa Clara, Utah, she graduated from Snow Canyon High School in 1998.
Kassie was preceded in death by her paternal grandparents Jay E. and Ruth Brockman, maternal grandparents William Ralph and LuDene Hooker and her aunt, Vicky Hooker Schofield. Kassie is survived by her parents, Chris W Brockman and Pamela Hooker and her siblings: Jaydiel Winder, Robbie and Tara Brockman, Thomas and Michelle Brockman, Andrew Brockman along with a “veritable plethora” of nieces and nephews. We will always love you Duckie!