She attended school at ESU#4 in Auburn, and formerly at NCECBVI (School for the Visually Handicapped) in Nebraska City.
Those left to cherish her memory include her parents, of rural Stella; siblings, Katie (Mike) Smithberg, of Plattsmouth; Amie Karpinski, of Stella, Christie Karpinski and significant other Chris Jones, of Plainfield, IL; Bud (Lacey) Karpinski, of Barada, Rachel Karpinski, of Syracuse, and Nate Foreman, of Lincoln; nieces and nephews, Mickey (Brandi) Karpinski and their children Kinley and Kamber, of Cedar Creek, NE, Kayla Smithberg and Adam Smithberg, both of Plattsmouth; Kinzie Michels, of Plainfield, IL; Wyett and Ty Karpinski, of Barada; uncles, Rick (Vickie) Tucker and son Sam, of Loves Parks, IL, David (Sandy) Tucker and children Krista, Kelsey and Alex, of Durand, IL; Clyde (Sandy) Tucker and and children Clyde, Jr., Greg and Tabitha, of Rockford, IL; special aunts and uncles, Ogie (Tom) Nelson and children Tausha (Tim) Pokorny and their sons Westen and Cruz; Crystal Shaffer and special friend Pat and son Ethen, Keenan and Caleb, of Lincoln; Alicia (Kyle) Schoenberger and sons, Tayton and Jase, of North Mankato, MN; nurses and caregivers, M.J. Driskell and Erin Beckman; special people, Trish Leifert and Mark Rublee; many cousins; other family and friends.
A Celebration of Life will take place from 2-4 p.m. Saturday, March 28, 2015 at the Lewis and Clark Center at Nebraska City. The family requests that those attending wear a colored T-Shirt and jeans in honor of Baylie.
Memorials may be given to the family. An account has been set up at the Carson National Bank in Auburn.