Rachelle Lynn Iest

Rachelle Lynn Iest

September 08, 1978 - April 12, 2007

Rachelle Lynn Iest

September 08, 1978 - April 12, 2007


Rachelle Lynn Iest, 28, beloved daughter, sister, and friend, passed away on April 12, 2007, from complications of pulmonary hypertension. She was born on September 8, 1978 in Northridge, CA and lived most of her life in Mission Viejo. She attended local schools and graduated from Santa Margarita Catholic High School in 1996 and the University of Kansas in 2001 with a BGS in Sociology.
Following graduation, Rachelle worked with Family Solutions, Inc. for three years as a child care worker and group home administrator and for the last two years as a buyer with Amest Corporation. She was
a gymnast, diver, and high school and collegiate cheerleader.She loved helping others and was involved in many charitable causes. Rachelle is survived by her parents, John and Linda Iest, of Mission Viejo, a sister Charleen York Tim of Bay City, TX., two nephews, Adrian and Tyler York, and a brother Bradley Iest of Portland, OR. She also leaves her grandfather, Rudolph Iest of Fresno, CA., as well as 6 aunts, 6 uncles, 17 cousins, 2 great uncles, and 4 great aunts. Memorial donations may be made to the Pulmonary Hypertension Association, www.phassociation.org.
Rachelle’s beautiful smile, joy of life, and warm, infectious laugh will never be forgotten

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30 responses to Rachelle Lynn Iest

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  1. Dear Rachelle- your crystal blue eyes and genuine smile, both so full of life, energy and kindness, will forever be remembered by everyone who knew you. My sincere thoughts and prayers are with your family and loved ones at this difficult time. You will always have a special place in our hearts.

    Jaime Kaufold Rochon

  2. Dear John, Linda and Family,
    Our love and prayers are with you all,
    Maarten and Shirley Punt

  3. Anna Higaki says:

    So many beautiful memories that you left in our heart. Never will be forgotten. All those laughs and tears we shared in the program unit Administrators office. Those memories can never be forgotten. You were so beautiful and kind I love you forever Anna

  4. It is raining tears of joy today….from Angels in heaven. They are welcoming Rachelle with Angel Wings….so she will be with you and your family at all times.

    You are in prayers

  5. Steven Bush says:

    Dearest Rachelle,

    You touched the lives of so many children by listening when no one else could hear, by caring when no one else bothered, and by offerring hope when everyone else had given up. You were so many things to so many children and your memory will never be forgotten because you will live in their hearts forever.

    I too will always remember your caring heart, your warm smile, and your infectious laugh. Taco Tuesdays will never be the same. Be at peace my friend.

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