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Alexis Heavenly Day

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Alexis 'Lexi'
Heavenly Day
PORTLAND -- Alexis 'Lexi' Heavenly Day passed away suddenly on Oct. 24, 2012, after a brief illness. Her family was by her side when she got her wings.
She was born in Portland on April 21, 2007, to Kara Evans. For most of her life she was cared for by her loving grandparents, Susan Gayle and Michael Fletcher, who were her 'Mimi and Papa.'
Alexis attended preschool and was enjoying her first weeks of Kindergarten at Riverton Elementary school in Portland.
Lexi had an enormous zest for life. She greeted each day and every person she was in contact with smiles and hugs. Her grandmother recalls countless hugs each day with many I love you's from her. She let those around her know how much she loved them all.
She exuded a total inner happiness a sense of wonder of the world around her. Her thirst for learning amazed those around her. She was bright and witty and a beautiful soul. She also let those around her know she was a princess and she truly was in our hearts and minds.
Her aunt Chandra loved letting her play dress up with her jewelry and painting her nails when she would sleep over with her sister. She enjoyed playing with her cousins Jacob and Michael. She was a favorite of her uncle Bill who enjoyed many meals and cookies with her.
Alexis was predeceased by her great-great-aunt Shirley by only a few weeks. Alexis is survived by her sister Alyssia and brother Devon; her mother, Kara Evans; her grandparents, Michael 'Papa' Fletcher and Susan 'Mimi' Gayle of Portland; her aunt Chandra, uncles, Jonathan Towns and Brent Westberry; and cousins, Jacob and Michael, Neil and Zoe. She is also survived by her great- aunt Robin Plante and great-uncle William Plante who were greatly fond of her. She is also survived by her great- great-aunts, Dorothy and Betty Hensley all of Portland.
She will be greatly missed by all who knew her.
Alexis 'Lexi'
Heavenly Day

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Published in Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram on Nov. 6, 2012
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