Lianna M. Bain

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November 21, 1994 – December 17, 2017

Lianna Michelle Bain “Li,” 23, daughter, sister and dear friend to all, earned her angel wings on Dec. 17, 2017 in Baltimore, Md.

She was born Nov. 21, 1994 in Moses Lake, Wash. to Rebekah Kehn (Olsen) and Rodney Bain.

Lianna attended school in the Moses Lake and Ephrata area through the sixth grade, when she moved to Maryland in 2007. Lianna graduated in June of 2013 as an honor roll student from Loch Raven High School in Towson, Md., then continued her education at Towson University and Community Colleges of Baltimore County.

Lianna loved people and the arts. She was named Loch Raven High School’s “ Hero” in November 2010 for helping fellow students and excelling in art, and she was involved with the drama department for Loch Raven High School’s fall musicals, allowing her the opportunity to attend trips to Broadway plays “West Side Story” and “How to Succeed in Business” with Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter). Her art was displayed in her high school arts and crafts show and a prominent Baltimore attorney’s office.

Lianna loved her family and friends to no end; she would do whatever she was able to, to lend a helping hand when possible even if she was stretching herself too thin. She loved several genres of music, painting, drawing, pottery and so much more. She was a hardworking, determined young woman who loved you with everything she had. She loved spending time with her siblings any chance she got. Whenever Lianna smiled she lit up the room. She will be forever loved and missed by all that knew her.

Lianna was preceded in death by her paternal grandmother Wanda Bain. She is survived by her parents Rebekah Kehn of Ephrata, Wash. and Rodney and Jennifer Bain of Parkville, Md.; siblings Brittany and Genevieve Bain of Parkville, Md., Kayla Angvick, Jessie Kehn, and Cameron Davis of Ephrata, Wash. and Justin Davis of Spokane Valley, Wash.; grandparents Sabrina (William) Moore and Ray Richardson of Moses Lake, Wash., Delbert Bain of Davenport, Wash., Patricia Finn of Parkville, Md. and Charles and Louise Finn of Havre de Grace, Md.; great-grandmother Doris Finn of Havre de Grace, Md.; aunts and uncles Rhonda (Frankie) Petrie of Spokane, Wash., Bob Richardson and Katrina (Jonifer) Balderas of Moses Lake, Wash. and Chris (Zita) Bain of North Carolina. Lianna also has numerous cousins who will greatly miss her.

Services will be held on Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018 at 1 p.m. at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Ephrata, Wash., 1301 E. Division Ave.

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