Brenda Nadine and Kaitlynn Brooke Hite

Paid family tribute

Brenda Nadine (Ball) Hite, 33, and Kaitlynn Brooke Hite, 10, were taken home to the Lord on Sunday, June 13, 2010.
Brenda and Kaitlynn are survived by Husband and Father, William Joseph Hite Jr.; Daughter and Sister Madison Ann Hite; Step-Son and Brother, Cameron Allen Hite; Maternal Parents and Grandparents Barbara and Francis Koder of Lawrence, KS, and Ronald Ball, Sr. of Topeka, KS; Parents and Paternal Grandparents Bill and Pat Hite, and Janet Harkins, of Austin, TX; Grandparents and Great-Grandparents Loretta Ball and Lucy Korber, both of Meriden, KS, and Fred and Barbara Hite of Lockhart, TX. They are also survived by Sister and Aunt, Ronda Morgison and her Husband Joe; Brother and Uncle, Ronald Ball, Jr. and Wife Kristina; Step-Brothers and Uncles, Floyd Koder and Wife Karen, Tim Koder and Sterling Koder; Step-Sister and Aunt, Teresa Koder; and numerous Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, Nieces and Nephews.
Brenda was born April 29, 1977, in Winchester, KS. She graduated from Perry-Lecompton High School in 1995. She loved animals and was an avid Kansas State fan. She loved spending time with her family. Brenda was a devoted wife and mother, who loved those around her unconditionally.
Kaitlynn was born October 18, 1999, in Austin, TX. She was a student at China Spring Elementary School, a member of the Girl Scouts, and loved 4-H and loved playing softball. Kaitlynn was a sweet little girl, growing into a beautiful young lady, and always had open arms to offer a big hug, and a beautiful smile for everyone in her life.
Brenda and Kaitlynn were preceded in death by Grandfathers and Great-Grandfathers Barnett F. Ball and Alvin E. Korber.
A Memorial Service will be 10:00A.M. Saturday, July 10, 2010, at the Perry United Methodist Church, 220 Oak St., Perry, KS. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Brenda (Ball) Hite Memorial Fund and sent in care of Barnett-Chapel Oaks Funeral Home, PO Box 416, Oskaloosa, KS 66066. Online condolences may be made at

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