Jasmine Marie Claire Amongol

Sep. 26, 1992 – Dec. 13, 2018

About the Service

Visitation will be held from 4pm to 7pm on Friday, Dec. 21 at Allen Mortuary, 247 N. Broadway in Turlock.  Jasmine’s life will be celebrated at 4:30pm on Saturday, Dec. 22 also at Allen Mortuary.

Jasmine was born in Sonora, Ca. and shortly afterward, moved to the Valley.  She graduated from Turlock High School and went on to earn her Associates Degree at Merced Junior College.  She worked as an Escrow Assistant at First American Title as well as a server at 510 Bistro and also as a caregiver.

She loved to play and coach softball and she was a snowboarder.  She loved and cared for the dog that she rescued.

Jasmine leaves behind her parents Randy and Jeanene Amongol, brothers Justin Silva, Alex Amongol and twin brother Tanner Amongol.  She is also survived by her grandparents Gertrude Folse of Hilmar, William Branson of Merced and Maria Delgado of Lincoln.

Visitation will be held from 4pm to 7pm on Friday, Dec. 21 at Allen Mortuary, 247 N. Broadway in Turlock.  Jasmine’s life will be celebrated at 4:30pm on Saturday, Dec. 22 also at Allen Mortuary.


Remembrances

  1. Jeanene,I am so sorry about your beautiful daughter. I can see from her pictures that she was a beautiful child that enjoyed life. Please know that God knows when his angels have done their work in this life. She undoubtedly touched many lives with her loving and caring spirit. I know it is hard on all of you. I will be praying that God gives all of the strength you will need through this terrible trial. I love you all.

  2. Jasmine,
    You were a light for an entire community. Your spirit will never be forgotten. The moments we shared & your laughter will be missed. You will be missed. It hurts to write this. To her family, we love you dearly & are praying for you. Thank you, Jasmine. For being such a great friend, inspirational woman, and unforgettable person. Sweet Angel.

  3. Jasmine was always a positive person to be around. Her laugh will forever echo in my brain. I was blessed to have known her for such a long time. I’ll cherish memories we made and inside jokes, and will talk of those memories fondly. She’s deeply missed by everyone she made an impact on, and the world is definitely less bright without her here. My thoughts and prayers go to her family. Rest in peace Jasmine, we love you.

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