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OBIT: Kayleen Moklestad

Kayleen J. Moklestad, 50, of Mason City passed away peacefully Thursday, December 1, 2022 at the MercyOne North Iowa Hospice Inpatient Unit surrounded by family.

Kayleen J. Moklestad, 50, of Mason City passed away peacefully Thursday, December 1, 2022 at the MercyOne North Iowa Hospice Inpatient Unit surrounded by family.

A Celebration of Life will be held 10:30a.m. Tuesday, December 13, 2022 at Hogan-Bremer-Moore Colonial Chapel, 126 3rd St. NE, Mason City, IA with Mark Doebel officiating.

Visitation and public viewing will be held one hour prior to the service.

Memorials may be directed in care of the family to assist with expenses.

Kayleen J. was born July 28, 1972 in Mason City, the daughter of Robert Lee and Janice Kay (Dralla) Hall. She grew up on a farm south of Clear Lake before the family moved to Mason City and she graduated from Mason City High School. On the day of graduation, she truly found her calling and became a mom to Annalisa. She soon married Ronnie Sampson and together had their second daughter, Kianna. The couple later divorced. She was blessed with a third “bonus” daughter, Rachel. On August 19, 2006 Kayleen married Ron M. Moklestad at the First Nazarene Church. She dedicated her life to her children, later working at the Country Club, McDonalds, Walmart and Veridian where her caring nature helped those around her.

Kayleen was constantly on the go, whether it was sporting events, coaching Annalisa’s teams, Bull’s Hockey Games, running around with the grandkids or chasing the many beloved cats around the house, she never seemed to stop moving. Everything was a BIG celebration for Kayleen, birthdays, Christmas and even Halloween were always done to a tee. Trips brought her great joy, as she would say, “if you fill the car, we can go anywhere!”. Whether it was a trip to California, Des Moines, Okoboji, or the craft store, Kayleen would never turn you down. Christmas treats and baked goods will always spark memories of Kayleen. Her girls were the center of her life and she loved being “Mom” to all who walked through her doors. But, most of all, she will be remembered for the way she loved others, especially her grandchildren. They were the light of her life, and she loved them with every ounce of her heart.

Those left to cherish her memory are her husband, Ron M. Moklestad of Mason City; children, Annalisa Sampson of Mason City, Kianna (Dustin Burkhardt) Sampson of Rockwell and Rachel (Blake Braun) Barnish of Rockwell; beloved grandchildren, Nikko, Logan, Alex and Zander; mom, Janice K. Hall; siblings, Roger (Ginny) Hall and Brenda (Fred) Olson; as well as numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and extended family members.

Preceding her in death are her father, Robert L. Hall; maternal and paternal grandparents; a cousin, Jacob Dralla; Annalisa and Kianna’s dad, Ronnie Sampson; as well as aunts and uncles.

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