Kristen Marie (Guy) Trickle, 26, Hays, died Thursday, Oct. 31, 2019, at her home.

She was born Aug. 20, 1993, at Camp Pendleton Naval Hospital in Camp Pendleton, Calif. She was a 2013 graduate of Hays High School, attended North Central Kansas Technical for one year and earned a certificate in business administration.

She married Colby A. Trickle on April 25, 2014. She worked at Walmart and enjoyed working with animals at veterinary clinics.

She was a member of Celebration Community Church.

She enjoyed driving in the car, watching movies, spoiling and helping her grandma, making others laugh and family gatherings. She was sweet, positive, loved her dogs like babies and loved people.

Survivors include her husband, of the home in Hays; her father; Daren Guy, Hays; her mother, Christine (Cameron) Guy, Colby; her grandparents, DeAnn and Edwin Guy, La Crosse, and Alberta Cameron, Colby; three great-grandmothers, Betty Lee Hitchcock and Betty Guy, both of Burlington, Colo., and Margaret Zerr, Hoxie; her mother and father-in-law, Tina and Adam Tabor, Hays; two sisters, Kaili Guy and Kori Guy, both of Colby; three brothers-in-law, Dakota Trickle and Dalton Trickle, both of Hays, and Taylor Trickle and wife Rebecca, Wichita; aunts and uncles, Brant and DeLynn Rice, Hays, Deric Guy, Colby, Brandi Kreutzer and husband, Travis, Liberty, Mo., Scott Cameron, Colby, Tami and Kyle Grover, Munjor, and Tonya Albers, Wichita; a nephew and niece, Kashmir Bermudez and Delta Bermudez, both of Colby; seven cousins, Desmond Guy and Emerald Guy, both of Colby, Landry Rice, Kelby Rice, Chloe Rice and Zachary Rice, all of Hays, and Danielle Guy, Colby, and two dogs, Cooper and Roxie.

She was preceded in death by her great-grandfathers, Kenneth Hitchcock and Richard Guy; a brother; Stephen Guy; and a dog; Joy.

A celebration of life will be at 3 p.m. Friday at Celebration Community Church.

Visitation will be from 2 p.m. until time of service at the church.

Memorials are suggested to the Humane Society of the High Plains.

Condolence can be sent at www.haysmemorial.com.