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Mackenzie (Kenzie) Jamison Lee

Mackenzie (Kenzie) Jamison Lee, age 24, Powersite, Missouri

Mackenzie (Kenzie) Jamison Lee of Powersite, Missouri, was brought into this world in Branson, Missouri on February 14, 1999, by her mother Melonie Lee. Unfortunately, Kenzie was taken from this world on August 2, 2023.

Kenzie leaves behind her beloved four-legged son, Koda Lee; mother, Melonie Lee; her one and only little sister, Emma Lee; adopted sister, Aimee Yates; godparents: Matthew and Lori Stoll; and so many close friends and family members.

There truly are no words that can express what a beautiful soul Kenzie carries within her. A one-of-a-kind beauty inside and out is an understatement. There won’t be a day that goes by that Kenzie won’t be missed. She was so devoted to her family, her friends, and her job. Kenzie worked very hard to do and to be her very best. She started her work life in high school as a lifeguard with all her friends. After high school, Kenzie decided she wanted to try to be a server and quickly progressed to becoming an amazing bartender at only 21. She continued to work hard and learn every tool possible. At the age of only 23, Kenzie had already worked her way into a restaurant manager position. She was living proof that age didn’t matter. Kenzie quickly noticed that all a person had to do to be successful in life was to stay completely devoted to working hard and always stay focused on your goals. That is exactly what Kenzie did.

Anyone who has ever had the pleasure of having met her knew right away that she was a person who would be going far in life. The loss of Kenzie has been more than devastating too so many. She was unfairly taken away from us, way too soon. There is nothing that will ever fill the holes in the lives of those who loved her.

Her family and friends are putting together a big celebration of life at Waxy O’Shea’s in Branson, Missouri on August 20, 2023, at 5:00 p.m. We wanted to celebrate the life she had. We welcome all to come and join us. Let’s show Kenzie and this world that it doesn’t matter how much time a person has in this life. What really matters is the lasting imprints you make in the time you have while you are here. If people in this world were more like Kenzie, this world would be a way better place. Arrangements and cremation are under the direction of Cremations of the Ozarks. To leave an online condolence or memory, please visit

To the moon and back, beautiful girl. To the moon and back………

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