Lindsay Jo High was born on May 6, 1990 in Mesa, Arizona. On May 5, 2019, at home in Mesa one day before her 29th birthday, she peacefully went to be with the Lord. She grew up attending Calvary Chapel Tri-City where she was involved in the Pioneer Club. She was on her high school volleyball team where she served as Team Captain. After graduating with honors from Desert Hills High School in 2008, she attended Gilbert Chandler Community College. Lindsay loved music, dancing, writing, drawing, photography, painting, hiking, spending time with her daughter, Zaylyn, and more than anything, she loved her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. She loved reading and studying the Bible and was an amazing prayer warrior. She worked primarily in the care-giving field where her love and concern touched the lives of many. She made friends wherever she went because she had a light that shined brightly and everyone wanted to be part of that. While living in Colorado, she met Zach Brooks, fell in love, and was blessed with the birth of their daughter. This beautiful ginger always wanted to help everyone and to share her love of Christ. She wanted everyone to have a relationship with Jesus and she shared this with anyone who would listen.
Preceding Lindsay in death were the love of her life, Zach Brooks; her maternal grandparents, Charles and Frances Mitchell; and paternal grandmother, Ruth High. Lindsay is survived by her daughter, Zaylyn Meira Brooks; her twin brother, Cody Mitchell High (Liz); siblings Eric (Kim), Clint, Chad (Amber), Sarah Forker (Jeremy), Tim, Brianna; parents Donna Mitchell and Scott High; grandfather Kenneth High; and numerous loving aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, and friends.
A Celebration of Life in Lindsay’s honor was held at His Church Calvary Chapel Tri-City in Tempe, Arizona on May 14, 2019 with Pastor John Higgins officiating. A private viewing was held for family members prior to the service. Bunker Family Mortuary handled arrangements. A graveside service and burial took place afterwards at Mesa Cemetery. A delicious lunch was prepared by long-time friends of Lindsay’s mother and then served at His Church. Donations to help support Lindsay’s daughter may be made at https://www.gofundme.com/f/zaylyn039s-support-fund-a-baby-with-no-parents.