Addie Siscel Death – Francis Howell High School cheerleader and student Addie Siscel has passed away unexpectedly. Addie Siscel, a resident of Saint Charles, Missouri was announced dead on Sunday, the 30th of April 2023. Addie was a man with a strong will and a quick wit, but many would argue that her big heart was the most memorable part of Addie. Thoughts and prayers are with her friends, the entire Siscel family and the Francis Howell R-III School District during this difficult time.
FH Viking Cheer released a statement regarding the passing of a beloved student, Addie Siscel:
“Our FHHS Cheer family is devastated by the loss of our sweet Addi Siscel. Addi, you were a light to us all and always encouraged us to be our best selves. We will miss the way your smile lit up our sidelines but your heart will always remain within us. Watch over us & we promise to work hard and always make you proud. Rest easy, and fly high beautiful girl.”
Addie Siscel GoFundMe
A GoFundMe page has been established by Francis Howell Cheer Boosters of Saint Charles, Missouri. The money raised through this effort will go to the family to help with the funeral and other expenses. The page “In Memory of Addi Siscel” has raised $4,460 USD of the $5,000 goal.
“We will miss the way your smile lit up our sidelines but your heart will always remain within us. Watch over us & we promise to work hard and always make you proud. Rest easy, and fly high beautiful girl. All donations raised from this will go directly to Addi’s family for funeral/memorial expenses.”
The family will release an obituary and funeral arrangements for Addie Siscel.
Related story: One died, five others injured in St. Charles County crash
After a crash overnight in St. Charles County, one adolescent girl died and five other adolescent girls were injured. Jaylynn Kuethe, 16, of St. Charles, was killed in the crash, according to police. Five others were sent to a hospital for treatment of various injuries. They ranged in age from 14 to 16 years old.
Around 1:30 a.m., the accident occurred on New Town Boulevard, about a quarter-mile from Highway B. According to investigators, a Ford Sedan collided with a utility pole. According to police, all six of the teenagers in the automobile were thrown, and none of them were wearing seat belts.
“Young people need to be guided,” said Corporal Barry Bayles of the St. Charles County Police Department. “Sometimes asking the questions, ‘Where are you going to be? Who are you going to be with? What are you going to be doing?’ Checking up on them. Young people don’t always make the best decisions sometimes. We know that we were all young at one time. But we want to look out for them and encourage them to make the safest decisions that they can.”
The investigation is handled by the St. Charles County Police Department. It is currently uncertain what caused the collision. “Our hearts go out to the family,” said Bayles. It’s unknown who was behind the wheel. There is a graduated driver’s license law in Missouri. A teenager is only allowed three other passengers under the age of 19 in the first six months of driving.
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