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Celebrating the life of

Kayla Danielle George

July 15, 1998 - May 08, 2024

Kayla Danielle George

Kayla Danielle George, 25, of Savannah, Georgia, passed away on May 8, 2024 due to complications of her lifelong battle with Cystic Fibrosis. She was born on July 15, 1998, in Savannah, Georgia. Kayla was a loving mother, fiancée, daughter, and sister.

Kayla was a beautiful young woman who found joy in being a mother to her daughter, Evelyn, and was eagerly anticipating her upcoming marriage to Connor Green. She will be remembered for her kind spirit and devotion to her family.

She is survived by her father, David George; stepmother, Renee George; fiancé, Connor Green; daughter, Evelyn Green; siblings, Lacey, Madelyn, Mikalen, and Dawsyn; as well as her grandparents, Richard & Phyllis George and Ozella & Earl Moore; Kayla also leaves behind numerous cousins, aunts, and uncles. She was preceded in death by her mother, Kari Galbreath; and grandmother, Linda Galbreath.

Kayla was a graduate of Islands High School and cherished her role as a mother above all else. She adored her daughter and was excited and hopeful about the future she was building with her family.

Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Michael's Catholic Church at 2:00 PM on Tybee Island, Georgia, immediately followed by a Celebration of Life at the Marine Rescue Squadron building at 2 Old US Hwy 80, Tybee Island.

Kayla will be deeply missed by all who knew her, and her memory will forever live on in the hearts of her loved ones.



Nanny loves you baby!

- Julie Rogers (Nanny), Port Wentworth , Ga.

Sending love and prayers for all the George’s and the greens. I hope that you find what you need to get through these times. Everyone is in my prayers!

- The Browns, Rincon, GA

I took care of sweet Kayla for many years and loved her dearly. Breathe easy sweet girl ❤️

- Vanessa Jackson, Martinez, GA

Renee, May Kayla finally find peace in the Lord’s hands, and may His unwavering mercy and love bless you and comfort you and your family.

- Kathy and Jake Ross, Savannah, Georgia

i’m so saddened to hear this news, Kayla was truly the sweetest girl i’ve had the pleasure of knowing. she was always so kind to me in high school and that’s something i will never forget. sending so much love, and strength to the entire family. i’m so sorry!

- Keely Geggatt, savannah, georgia

To know you was to love you, I feel so blessed to have gotten the time we did together growing up together. All of the little jokes and funny sayings and laughing at any and everything will always be my favorite memories of us ❤️ you’ll forever be in my heart, I love you so much Kay

- Madelyn Stephens, Savannah, GA

Kayla was a vibrant, fun and outgoing person. She had such a beautiful soul. When I had the honor of being her friend, she was always happy, laughing and sharing her light. I regret not being able to hold onto our close friendship longer and the amount of best friends she has is a reflection of the love she poured into others. I am praying for her family and her beautiful daughter. You all have my deepest sympathies. I know for certain God has gained a beautiful angel. Heaven is privileged to have her now.

- Allison Anderson-Forcelli, Ashburn, VA

I was extremely saddened when I heard the news and it’s weighing heavy on my heart, we were only friends in middle school, when I first moved to Georgia you were my first friend. Such a kind sweet heart. You always seen the best in people. High school came and we stopped hanging out, but I’ll forever cherish the small memories, praying for your beautiful baby girl and strength to your family.

- Harmony Pennington , Myrtle beach, SC

I went to elementary through high school with Kayla, and she was always such a rush of joy to be around; she never seemed upset, no matter what life threw at her. Although we weren’t extremely close, she was a bright light in the classes I did have with her. The last class I had with her—our senior year anatomy class— we would often tease each other, and I would start the morning by gossiping with her before we both adjourned to our seats at separate tables. Her loved ones are in my prayers! ✨

- Ben Allen, Philadelphia, PA

You’re my favorite patient, loved you as a daughter. Breath easy ❤️❤️

- richard dizon, San diego, Ca

Rick; David and family, I am heartbroken for you all. May God send you His spirit for consolation! Lots of prayers and love! Adele

- Adele Cafiero Collins, Savannah, Georgia

We all loved Kayla so much and are just heartbroken. Please know that we are praying for comfort for all of the families!

- The Samuelsons, Monroe, GA

She was a ray of sunshine throughout high school, while we didn’t have many classes she always had a smile on her face. She radiated so much positivity with everything she was thrown. My condolences to her family. Heaven has gained a wonderful angel.

- Grace Wilson, SAVANNAH, GA

Sending lots of love and prayers to all of the family.Kayla was such a sweet soul. I will never forget the crazy times at my house with Haleigh and you all during high school. Kayla was such a wonderful friend to Haleigj and a delight to be around. Rest easy sweet girl.

- Deena Brabham, Savannah, Georgia

I’m so sorry for your loss. Kayla was always such a lovely girl. She was funny and bright and lit up every room.

- Angela Malone Grosse, Tybee Island, Ga

Kayla was like no one else out there. She was kind, hilarious, genuine and STRONG. It gives me peace mowing she is no longer in pain. I will never forget her laugh and the way she would say “hey guuurrl”. She lit up any room she walked into. I am so lucky to have known her and made some of my favorite memories with. Praying so big for her family & friends.

- Meadow Butt, Savannah , Georgia

Family, I am sorry to hear of the passing of Kayla, I have had the joy of watching her grow from a young girl into a beautiful young lady. I met her years ago in my career as her School Resource Officer when she started middle school and through out high school years. She found a special place in my heart. Ms. Marrikaye Orick the school counselor and I spent many days on the phone with her when she was in the hospital over the years as well as home visits and hospital visits. She loved life and reminded us when she came back to school that she wanted to cheer and participate in everything as long as she could. I will say she kept us grounded and taught us not to take things for granted and to enjoy every day. She always had dreams. As she grew up she began to fulfill those dreams. Dreams of going to high school, meeting the man of her dreams. I will never for get her sweet smile, energy, and memories we had shared. I was blessed to know her and share time together. I pray for the family to find faith and peace at this difficult time. Kayla, you will be missed. Until we meet again my sweet girl... Love, Ofc.LeLoup/Sgt.Sessoms

- Sgt. Sessoms / Ofc. Leloup, Savannah, Ga

The sweetest young lady , she always had a positive outlook on life such a angelic soul

- Bahati Karame , Calabasas , California

Larry and I are deeply sorry for your loss. Cannot imagine your pain and heartbreak. Sending much love, payers, and blessings to your family

- Larry and Donna piper, Tybee Island, Georgia

David and family, I was so sorry to hear about Kayla's passing. I could always see the love and pride you felt for Kayla everytime you spoke of her. Heartfelt thoughts for you.

- Claire Bryant , Savannah , Ga

This has really broken my heart! She was like my lil daughter! Her favorite lines were "hey girl" or "yes girl"... I think she forgot at times that we were not the same age lol! Wish I could have talked to her one more time! I was her peds nurse for years! Sending love, hugs, and condolences to the family!!

- Anita Sanders, Williston, SC

My heart and prayers go out to her family. She was a beautiful, sweet girl. Her daughter and God gained an angel. I didn't know her very well but every conversation we ever shared, she was very kind to me.

- Taylor Lowe, Savannah, GA

Our heartfelt condolences to Kayla’s family and pray the cherished moments you shared will bring comfort during this time of profound grief. Those we love don’t go away, they walk beside us every day.

- Diane + Skip Sasser, Wilmington Island, GA

Services under the direction of:

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel