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Lexis Telsea Synan

 

October 3, 2018

"A Thousand Moments That I Had Just Taken For Granted-Mostly Because I Had Assumed There Would Be a Thousand More." ~ Morgan Matson

On Monday, Sept. 24, 2018, our lives changed forever.

Lexis Telsea's life began on Jan, 19, 1996. She was the first and only girl in a family that made it very known she was their whole world. She has three little brothers: Alec, Dawson and Tavin, that she absolutely adored and loved, these boys belonged to her and she was their "Sister."

In a world full of brothers, sports were a huge deal; with hair and makeup running a very close second. Her game wasn't only strong on the court, her selfie game was just as consistent. Her beauty was so radiant and shined through in both her personality and her appearance.

When you think of Lexis; loving, kind, humble, compassionate and a pinch of stubbornness are a few words that come to mind. Lexis loved hard, and was loved even harder. She had a unique and beautiful soul. She believed that everyone had a good side and deserved second chances.

Those that have gotten the pleasure of crossing paths with Lexis, never left without a huge smile. Her smile and her laugh were infectious. She made many long-lasting friends that she loved immensely. Lexis leaves behind many memories, tears and broken hearts of friends and family that are here loving her from a distance. How lucky we are to get to love someone whom is making it so hard to say goodbye!

She was welcomed home into the open arms of her grandma Linda; great-grandparents Jim and Olive Mullen; and Great-Grandpa and Grandma Synan.

Those that are left to miss here are her parents, Matt and Charlene Boland; three brothers, Alec, Dawson and Tavin Boland; Papa Bob Olson; Grandpa William (Karen) Synan; grandparents Rod and Karen Boland; uncle Terry (Denise) Synan; uncle Wayne (Jaye) Synan; aunt Sheena (Kent) Hubbard; aunt Ashley Olson and uncle Taylor (Audrey) Olson; aunt Angela Boland; and numerous cousins whom she loved dearly.

Family received friends 2-6 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 30, at Bell Mortuary. Funeral services were held 10 a.m., Monday, Oct. 1, at the Glasgow Evangelical Church, 125 Aberdeen Street, Glasgow, Mont.

 

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