Caiti Mcniven Obituary, KRMC certified nursing assistant killed in Utah car accident

Caiti Mcniven Obituary, Death – Caiti Mcniven of Kingman, Arizona died in a tragic car accident on Sunday, December 11, 2022 in Utah. Caiti worked at Kingman Regional Medical Center as a Certified nursing assistant¬†and Zion Veterinary Hospital. She was a graduate of Utah Tech University. We learn of Caiti Mcniven’s death news through a Facebook post; “The passing of my sister came about unexpectedly last night. There are no words adequate enough to describe the amount of shock that has spread throughout our family. Caiti was a victim in a horrific car accident that occurred late yesterday evening.

After a driver who was under the influence of alcohol or drugs drove on the wrong side of the highway, a head-on collision between two automobiles resulted in the instantaneous death of both drivers when their vehicles hit head-on. Even though Caiti McNiven was not a member of my biological family, I still thought of her as my sister. Caiti McNiven was my step-sister. She was the person who came the closest to filling the role of a sibling for me when I was growing up, and I will miss her dearly because she was such a source of joy for our family, her laugh was contagious, and she never missed a chance to make me feel like I was the only child in the world.

It was such a blessing that Jay and I were the final ones to see Caiti on Sunday afternoon. I will never be able to thank God enough for this tiny miracle that he performed by allowing Jay and me to be the last people to view Caiti. It is comforting to know that we will not lose contact with her and that this is not goodbye but rather see you later in the future. However, despite the tragedy that befell our household earlier today, we have been gifted with the presence of a guardian angel, and I can’t imagine having anybody else watch over us.
We ask that you keep the McNiven family in your thoughts and prayers as we move forward through this trying time and ask that you please remember them.