Georgia Faith Kary, infant daughter of Chad and Cheyna (Waupoose) Kary, passed away on November 10, 2018 in Green Bay.
Born in Shawano on October 15, 2018, Georgia was only a little baby but she created love. She created love in her family the moment they first saw her. She created love simply by opening her eyes for the first time. She created love in the doctors and nurses who cared for her every hour of every day of her too short life and she created love in the thousands of people who prayed for her to be saved.
She was only a little baby but she showed that the world is not as dark as it may seem to be. She showed that in fear there is hope and in loss there is redemption. She showed that the will to live does not stop with the loss of life.
She was a beautiful baby girl. She was our beautiful baby girl. She was a beautiful baby girl to everyone who held her up in their prayers. She showed our family the depth of love and family and friendship that now gives us peace and the will to move forward and the grace to understand that we are blessed, even in loss.
You were only here for a short time, little one, but you moved mountains with the love that you created. You were fierce in your fight for life. Now rest in Papa Pete’s arms and know that you are loved.
Georgia is survived by: her parents, Chad and Cheyna Kary; her sister, Lizzy Kary; her brother, Ivan Kary; grandparents, Julia Waupoose of Shawano and Leonard and Carol Kary of Shawano; great-grandparents, Elizabeth and Lawrence Renner of North Dakota and Delores Rohloff of Shawano; aunts and uncles, Ben (Dawn Alameida) Kary of Shawano, Alyssa (Keith) Fitzgerald of North Dakota, Aaron (Erin Davids) Waupoose of Shawano, McKayla (fiancé, Andrew Bornemann) Waupoose of Green Bay; six cousins, Hazel, Eliza, Robert, Brennan, Harper and Killian.
Georgia was preceded in death by her grandpa, Peter Waupoose and an uncle, Ivan Kary.
Funeral Mass for Georgia will be held at noon on Saturday, November 17, 2018 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Shawano. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. Visitation will be held at the church on Saturday from 10:00 am until the time of the service.