Published in the Iola Register on Aug. 15, 2013.

JAYDEN-ZAïRE BREAULT MWANANGELE

JAYDEN-ZAïRE BREAULT MWANANGELE
Jayden-Zaïre Breault Mwanangele silently entered the world in angel's arms. He was born at the Maternité (HUG) Hospital in Geneva (Switzerland) on Aug. 9, 2013.
Jayden-Zaïre Breault leaves behind his loving parents, Trask Breault and Ikay Mwanangele; his maternal grandmother, Kendewa Mbabu of Geneva and his paternal grandparents, Mark and Suzie Breault of Concordia, Kan.; maternal great-grandmother, Suzane Opendo of Kinshasa (D.R.C.), and paternal great-grandparents, Gertrude Breault and Betty Schenk of Concordia, Kan., and many adoring aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Jayden-Zaïre was greeted in heaven by his Grandfather, George Mwanangele, Great-grandfather, Honoré Mbabu, great-grandfather, Leroy Breault, Great-grandfather Clarence Schenk and a circle of other friends and family.
Although Jayden-Zaïre silently entered this world; he left an impact on our lives and hearts that will remain with us forever. A private celebration of family will be at a later date. Jayden-Zaïre Breault's interment is going to be at the St. George Cemetery of Geneva. We ask the memorials to be made to the Concordia City Park project in Jayden-Zaïre Breault Mwanangele's name.

"An Angel in the book of life wrote down our baby's birth. Then she slowly closed the book and whispered 'too beautiful for Earth.'"