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Kylie Annette Philpott

Kylie Annette Philpott passed away unexpectedly on December 30, 2021 at her home in Rock Springs, Wyoming at the age of 29. She was born on November 28, 1992 to Tina Dudic and Kelly Philpott.

Kylie made a huge impact on the lives of her friends and family. She was known for her strength to persevere through many of life's challenges. Her greatest achievement was raising her daughter, Kailyn of which she loved and cared for deeply. Kylie was a single mom who worked full-time and went to school full-time. She was currently on her way to graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Business. Kylie had an ability to make everyone feel so loved and special and she made friends all around the world! She had an obsessive love for iced coffee, her dogs and horses. She was involved in 4H and horse showing, she also enjoyed fishing and hunting in her earlier childhood. Kylie’s spirit will live on through her daughter Kailyn’s spunky and vivacious attitude.
Kylie is survived by daughter Kailyn Rodenbaugh of Rock Springs, WY; father Kelly Philpott and wife Nadine; sisters Nakel Philpott, Marissa Philpott; brother Kaden Kronfuss, Aaron Kronfuss, Mark Kronfuss; grandparents Johnny and Patsy Philpott; uncles Dave Johnson, Dale Dudic; cousins Chase Johnson, Brett Johnson; as well as many beloved friends.
She was preceded in death by her mother, Tina Dudic, aunt Tawnya Johnson, grandparents Floyd and Joyce Logan, and Dale Dudic Sr.
Memorial services are being held at a later date.
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Kelly & Family: So Sorry for your loss. My condolences.

JAMES HAWN Jan 14 2022 2:51 PM

A candle was lit in memory of Kylie Philpott

Erin Theriot Jan 13 2022 7:41 AM

I'm sorry for your loss .Think about ya alot.

Butch Siler Jan 12 2022 6:49 PM

So many memories. What an amazing soul and gone to soon. Where to begin? I remember the first day we met. Tina and Kylie came up to me and asked about getting riding lessons. I was excited to work with another young youth in the 4H community. Then they brought out Shadow and thought , oh boy this is going to take some real work. Kylie was so determined to place at fair that came out every day and worked with me and her horse. Well fair came around and she did the all around events and did really well. I was so proud of her and how much she grew and accomplished that summer. Shadow turned out to be a great horse even though he could be a stinker when he wanted to. We had a lot of fun when she decided to do some reining shows with me. I remember we had to custom make sliders for Shadow because his foot was so big. I could gone with stories for a while. After that I started training Tina and her horse as well. Two of the most strong amazing women I know. She will be greatly missed by many, especially her baby girl. There is nothing like the love between a mother and her daughter. Kylie you were someone extremely special and it is hard for me to think we won't be able to talk anymore. Say Hi to your mom for me and Rest In Peace my friend.

Brigette Benson Jan 12 2022 5:53 PM