Aimee Lynne Henline Beloved DaughterAimee Lynne Henline, age 17, our beloved daughter, sister, granddaughter, niece, cousin and friend returned home to her Savior and Heavenly Parents on Saturday, January 14, 2012, at 11:59 p.m. She made it home by curfew. She passed away surrounded by many loved ones at the University of Utah Hospital from an unexpected blood clot in her brain. Aimee fought valiantly and was so brave. She was like a shooting star that amazed us with her beauty, but she was only in our midst for a short time before she ascended into another realm. Aimee was born on April 12, 1994, to Wendee Lynne Pease and Ken Henline. She is survived by her parents, Wendee and Garrett Pease, and Ken and Emily Henline. She is also survived by her sister, Victoria Pease, and brothers, Aaron Pease, Joseph Henline, and Zachary Henline. She is also survived by her grandparents and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends who loved her dearly. She is now enjoying the company of her Aunt Angee and other loved ones in heaven. Aimee was an active and faithful member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and loved participating in the Young Women's Organization in her ward. Her greatest desire when planning activities was that everyone felt included. She had a great love for the scriptures and found that as she read them, her pains and the cares of the world would lessen. In her senior year at Herriman High School, she especially enjoyed her theatre class and theatre-related activities. Aimee treasured spending time with her wonderful friends. She was so very talented and loved to sing, act, dance, and entertain whenever she could. On her Facebook page, she wrote: "I'm so happy I want to sing till I lose my voice and hum till I get it back." She loved theatre and put all she had into the different roles she played. As a child, she played the perfect part as Annie with her curly red hair and her feisty personality. She loved working on crafts, especially with her mom. Wendee and Aimee were very close and one of the last things she told her mom was "you're my best friend." Together, mother and daughter formed a beautiful duet and their singing provided much joy. Aimee, we'll be watching for you in the Heavenly Chorus of Angels!At family gatherings, she loved to have a baby in her arms and children playing around her. She loved spending time with her family and cousins, and they enjoyed many fun and happy times together. She considered her cousins as her most treasured friends. She loved being with her family and hated to see the party breaking up when it was time to go home.Aimee had a very strong spirit and always kept life interesting. Something we all loved about Aimee was, whether easy or hard, she did things her own way. She could talk you into almost anything she put her mind to. Her favorite word was "amazing" and she used it frequently. We think she is one of the most amazing people we will ever know. Aimee loved giving service and her final act of service was to donate to the Intermountain Donation Services with the hope ofhelping others. Funeral services will be held Thursday, January 19, 2012, at 11:00 a.m. at the LDS Stake Center located at 11685 South Kestrel Rise Road (4500 West) in South Jordan, Utah. A viewing will be held Wednesday, January 18, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Church and from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, prior to services at the Church. Funeral and burial arrangements are being made through Memorial Estates Mortuary, 3115 East 7800 South. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Zion's Bank under the Aimee Lynne Henline donation account to help assist her family with medical expenses. Aimee, we love you and will miss you, but Heaven will be even more amazing with you there!