Jazmine Jade Stowe was born on July 21st 2004, born and raised in Cheyenne WY. She went home to be with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on June 27th 2023 after battling numerous health conditions. In her last days she was at home surrounded by her loving family.
Jazmine was an angel and a blessing to all who got the chance to know her. She is proceeded in death by her Grandparents Christina E Rodriguez, John & Sheri Krug, Nyllene and Murray Stowe an Aunt Lila O’dell, Uncle Tom Rodriguez, Great Grandmother Elizabeth Baxter, and multiple other family members that welcomed her into Heaven with loving arms.
Jazmine is survived by her loving Parents Matthew and Christie Stowe, and Also Nicole and Justin Irish who took in Jazzy as their own. Jazmine had 4 brothers Michael Stowe, Josiah Stowe, Jezariah Stowe and Thomas Stowe. She also had two dogs Nala and Bandit who she loved. Her loving Grandparents Chip and Christine Krug, Shauna and Billy Walton, Shaun and Michelle Stowe, Theresa Selena Herman, and Raymond Baxter. Numerous Aunts and Uncles, Brandie and Ryan VanGinkle, Rachell and John Johnson, Zack and Shinea Krug, Frankie and Sam Leiba, Saydie Mata, Tyreese and Lisa Reed, Casey and Erica Monson, Biological Mother Alecia Monson, and many, many, more family and friends that loved her so much. Jazmine also has multiple Great Aunts, Uncles, and many cousins who loved her so much.
She loved to pray and attend church. She loved Jesus, and attended Victory World Outreach Church of Cheyenne. She will also be missed by her church family, as well as Pastors Manny and Ruthi DeHerrera.
Jazmine loved spending time at Papa and Grandma Tinas house, and would stay at their house all the time if she could. Grandma and Jazzy were inseparable. She loved when she had her hair done, and loved playing and doing others hair. She loved baths and would take them all day if she could. She loved her food, but her favorite was string cheese. Some of the nicknames Jazmine received over her lifetime were cheese it, J- bird, and Zsa Zsa Gabor. Her Favorite color was purple, and favorite activity was picking on all her family members.
She was a graduate of East High School and was happy to walk the stage in May of 2022 with her older brother Michael. She loved her friends dearly, and would always sign to go to school and see her friends. Jazmine had so much fight in her, and she had so much courage. She is the strongest and bravest girl we knew! We can all agree that we needed her more than she needed us. She taught us all many life lessons, and her life here on earth will forever have an imprint on all of our hearts. Special thanks to all who donated, and helped in so many ways. There are so many we couldn’t mention (because there are just so many) but we appreciate you all and the amazing support system you provided to us.