Kendall Johnson who played softball as well as ice hockey is being reported to have passed away on Monday, July 11 at the age of 15. Kendall was killed in boating on the fateful date at Table Rock Lake. She described herself as a St.Louis Heat 04 #6 USA Softball Alumni, Catcher, First Base, OF, Parkway West High school (2025). She stood at 5 feet 8 inches as per her Twitter.
Kendall Johnson Age
She was born on August 18, 2006, and was 15 years old at the time of her death.
Kendall Johnson Softball
She was a sophomore at Parkway West and played as a catcher at the Stl Heat 04 Simmer under 18. Back in April, the team welcomed her by posting a tweet that reads, “2025 Parkway West Soph. #6 Kendall Johnson. Kendall is a Catcher, 1st Baseman, and Outfielder! We would like to welcome Kendall and her parents to our Heat Family. In her first season with us, Kendall is already fitting in with the girls, finding her groove on and off the field.”
2025 Parkway West Soph. #6 Kendall Johnson. Kendall is a Catcher, 1st Baseman, and Outfielder! We would like to welcome Kendall and her parents to our Heat Family. Her first season with us, Kendall is already fitting in with the girls, finding her groove on and off the field. pic.twitter.com/knrSAUglkZ
— StL Heat 04 Zimmer 18U (@stlheat04zimmer) April 19, 2022
Kendall Johnson Death & Cause
A GoFundMe has been set up to help raise funds as they come to terms with the sudden passing of their loved ones. The crowdfunding page was created by Dena Kraus who wrote that players of the St. Louis Heat 04 Zimmer are asking that you donate to their GoFundMe page. Donations will be provided to the family of Kendall Johnson for help with any expenses associated with her tragic death.
She went on write that Kendall was killed in a boating accident on July 10, 2022, at Table Rock Lake. “Please wrap your arms around this family and pray for them as they work through this difficult process. Kendall was a bright teenager with a big heart and a good soul. She was a great athlete on and off the field (whether it was dirt or ice).”
Dena further wrote that the money raised will ease the burden and cater to funeral expenses and the final medical expenses.
Michele Casola wrote in a post on Facebook, “Please pray for Niece Michelle Taylor and my sister Diane and her family. Her daughter Kendall was tragically taken from us yesterday in a boating accident. She was only 15 and a beautiful girl inside and out. She also played hockey for the cyclones and she and Faith got to skate a few times together at Scott Trade. We love you Kendall and miss you already”