Olivia Rose Obituary, Death – Our sadly loved daughter Olivia Rose-Marie Kuhn, widely known as “The Queen of Leesville,” passed tragically in a tragic accident on December 3rd, 2022. She was renowned throughout Leesville as “The Queen of Leesville.” The dissemination of this information comes with a great deal of regret on our part. At 10:24 p.m., when Olivia had finished her walk of honor through the Ochsner Medical Center, the surgical staff there made a formal proclamation of death for her.

Olivia battled valiantly right up to the very end, and for the amazing kid that she was, we are tremendously proud of the fact that she did not give up. Olivia donated all of the organs that she had available in order to increase the number of individuals whose lives she was able to save. With Olivia keeping a constant eye over us, I have no doubt that we will be able to successfully complete this new journey, despite the fact that it will definitely present a number of difficulties.

The memorial service that will be held in honor of Olivia at the Family Worship Center will take place at a time and date that has not yet been determined. In lieu of sending flowers, please consider making a donation in Olivia’s name to the Louisiana Organ Procurement Agency at lopa.org or to the Leesville library, which was one of Olivia’s favorite places to visit during the summer when she was on break from school. You can find more information about both of these organizations at the links provided above.

During this challenging time, we would want to extend our appreciation to everyone who has helped us financially or who has kept us in their thoughts and prayers. We would also like to extend our gratitude to the members of Leesville’s emergency medical services (EMS), fire department, and police department, as well as the employees at the PICU at Ochsner Medical Center, who offered sensitive and considerate care to both us and our children. These past few days have been unlike anything we have ever experienced before in terms of the love and care that we have received from other people.