Kadence LeeAnn Hewett


Kadence LeeAnn Hewett, 13, Pauls Valley, Oklahoma, passed away July 20, 2019.
She was born on October 14, 2005 in Ada, Oklahoma to the parents Kyle Hewett and Fallon Peters.
She was going into the seventh grade at Pauls Valley Schools. Dancing was a big part of her life, she started at the Dance Station in Pauls Valley at the age of 2 1/2 and won numerous titles and championships. Her biggest accomplishment was winning Dance Nationals with first place overall with her group.
She enjoyed spending time with her family camping, playing outside, hanging out with friends, and riding bikes and four wheelers. She was going to be playing softball for her first time this fall.
She was a very goofy girl and taught us that you should never be afraid of being yourself. She also taught us to love everyone and she would always go out of her way to make sure everyone was included. She has touched so many peoples lives in ways we never imagined. Her presence will be truly missed by all.
She is survived by her father Kyle Hewett and stepmother Amber Hewett of Pauls Valley, mother Fallon Peters and stepfather Edward Peters of Wynnewood; half sister, River Peters of Wynnewood; grandparents, Gary and Ginger Hewett of Pauls Valley; grandmother, Wilma Gleason of Wynnewood; stepsisters, Emmi and Madi Bruecher of Pauls Valley; and many other aunts, uncles and cousins.
She is preceded in death by grandparent, Wendal Gleason of Wynnewood; and great-grandparents - Preston and Virginia Booth of Wilberton, Oklahoma, Joseph and Jeanette Hewett of Norman, Oklahoma, Glen and Dolores Gleason of Sisseton, South Dakota, and Willard and Ester Morton of Houston Missouri.
A service is scheduled for 2 p.m. Friday, July 26 at Trinity Baptist Church in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma. Burial is at Oaklawn Cemetery in Wynnewood, Oklahoma.
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Published on July 25, 2019
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Angela Hodge
Jul 25, 2019
Prayers for your family and friends.
Peggy Patton
Jul 25, 2019
Being a grandmother, I cannot put myself into the hurt that everyone involved in this horrific accident must feel. Unbearable pain, gut-wrenching sadness, and the forever “what if’s”. Ginger and I worked together . She was our photography teacher at our little school. I can only imagine how many pictures she has of both of these precious children. She adored them and was never shy about sharing her pride in their accomplishments. My prayers are with you during this shocking period of acceptance. Know that you are loved by many.