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Surrounded by her family, Callie Flake, 28, passed away just as a new day was dawning on Monday, Sept. 9, 2013, at her home in Snowflake from complications of a lifelong illness that she endured. The funeral service will begin at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 14, at the Snowflake Stake Center of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 175 W. Ninth South, where the visitation will begin one hour prior. The concluding service and interment will immediately follow at the R.V. “Mike” Ramsay Memorial Cemetery in Snowflake.
She was born on Jan. 26, 1985, in Mesa to James Scott Flake and the late Carolyn (Canfield) Flake.
Callie attracted a wide circle of friends with her optimistic attitude and constant smile. She leaves behind a large family with many cousins who love her.
She loved to plan parties. She was an avid fan of high school sports and loved cheering for the Snowflake Lobos. She loved attending the community plays, music performances and pageants.
Callie was a lifelong member of the LDS church, and especially loved serving in her church callings and attending the temple. Callie loved life and had a hard time letting go. She cherished her faith in a loving Father in Heaven, her family, her friends and ice cream. 


Survivors include her father and stepmother, Scott and Sara Flake of Snowflake; two sisters: Rayni and Ella Flake of Snowflake; her grandparents: Marlene Canfield of Centerville, Utah, Dean and Nerita Flake of Snowflake, and Keith and Susan Larson.
Along with her mother, Callie was preceded in death by her grandfather, Paul Canfield; and her brother, Lance in 2006. 


Owens Livingston Mortuary of Snowflake was in charge of the arrangements.Flake, Callie