Hannah Yvonne Rose Mattox came into this world on August 6,1996. She brought with her love, light, friendship and a fierce sense of loyalty to those she trusted and loved. She attended Job Core and from there she went to an adult educational school in Utah where she received her Highschool Diploma. From there she went on to Davis University in Utah where she was studying for her RN degree. She received her CNA certification while she was at Davis University and worked full-time at a nursing home. She had a 3.5 grade average while she attended the university. Hannah was always a natural caregiver and was an unbelievably giving and generous person. Hannah left Davis University early to return to Cheyenne to live a more colorful, unconventional, thrilling and unchained lifestyle. She is survived by her daughter Raeleigh Zaeden Jewel Carrera who was born on March 24th of 2022. She is also survived by her mother Shelley Kokai and sister Kyleigh McVay. As well as her Grandfather David Mattox and many Uncles n Great Uncles and her Aunt Marlow. She could fill up a room with her laughter and light that she carried with her. She silently endured many hardships with grace and dignity in her life that was cut short. She had a creative mind and was ever so thoughtful of her loved ones. She especially loved the role she played as an Aunt to her nephew Silas and Niece Isla. She was always thinking of others and being sure to give gifts to those she loved on birthdays and holidays such as Christmas and Easter. She also had gifts for Mothers Day, Fathers Day, Valentines Day, and she never forgot Halloween either. Bringing gifts, singing songs, sharing laughs and leaving words of wisdom from her traveling is just a few of her virtues that will always be missed.