Jasmine Sabrina Hall

December 9, 2005February 19, 2018

Jasmine S. Hall, 12, of Vancouver passed away February 19, 2018 at her home. She was born December 9, 2005 in Seattle, Washington to Walter and Anji Hall.

Jasmine had the opportunity to live in a number of places during her 12 years, including, Auburn, Renton, Tacoma in Washington, San Diego California, and Bismarck North Dakota. She and her family recently moved to Vancouver, Washington where she attended Covington Middle School. In North Dakota and Renton, Jasmine participated in a Lego Robotics League, and was in the Girl Scouts while living in Tacoma. Goofy and always happy, Jasmine wanted to grow up to be a scientist, so that she could find cures for people and whatever ailed them. She loved to draw and play her keyboard. Music was very important to her.

Jasmine is survived by her parents, Anji and Walter Hall; siblings, Pierre Hall, Quincy Hall, Christopher Hall, Sabrina Hall, Perry Hall, Malik Calhoun, Malika Calhoun, and Margaret Collins; grandmothers, Arlene Hall and Diane Asis; also many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her grandfathers, Albert Hall and William Henley.

A funeral service for Jasmine will be held 11:00 AM, Wednesday, February 28th at Vancouver Funeral Chapel, 110 E. 12th St., Vancouver, Washington 98660


  • Funeral Service Wednesday, February 28, 2018

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Karmela Nava-Ruiz

March 17, 2018

I'm so sorry for your loss Anji and Walter Hall, Jas was my best friends and we grew close the few moths I knew her at Covington. I miss our daily hugs and I miss how we laugh together in class and goof off. I will always remember her and she and her family are in my heart ♡♡♡

-Karmela Nava-Ruiz from Covington Middle School 7th grade

Inga Person

March 2, 2018

I was Jasmine’s 6th grade teacher. When I met her the first day of school we talked about her love of math. I remember her wonderful smile that would light up a room. She had many friends in my class and was generous and caring to all of her classmates. Deepest Sympathies

Julius Walker

March 1, 2018

Jasmine was always so sweet. One day when it was cold and rainy she gave me her umbrella because she already had a coat on. She made me happy for the rest of the day. So many times she did things like this. I can think of so many examples. She seemed shy at first but was very talkative when you got to know her. We were sad to have her leave Ridgewood . She will be missed.

Ime Savini

February 28, 2018

I miss Jasmine so much and her bright smile, she was always so happy. She made everything brighter always telling jokes making everyone laugh. She would always talk about her favorite food, sharp cheddar cheese, she was just a smart, beautiful, funny, and amazing person whom I thought of as my little sister. She will forever be in my memories. I miss you and love you Jasmine ❤️ R.I.P you will forever be in my heart, now fly high with along all the other angles and be happy and tell all your funny jokes ❤️

Annie Burke

February 27, 2018

I am so very sorry for your loss. Jasmine was a shining light. Our hearts are hurting. We will miss her. We are praying for you and your family during this very very difficult time.

Kyra Burke Musnick

February 27, 2018

I miss you Jazzy! You are one of my BFFs, and I miss talking to you, and hearing you talk about how much you love cheese, and hearing how much fun you had with your cousin. You came up to me on the first day of school and you became my friend right away when I had no other friend. I loved playing chess and checkers with you, going on the swings, and swimming at my house. You helped me when I was stressed and sad and I will always be thankful for that!!! I miss you dear friend.

Conner West

February 27, 2018

Jasmine Hall was a close friend of mine who said she would help me out if I needed it becauae she knew what i was going through and I said the same thing to her i would be there if she needed it. But, this happened and it really hurt me. I am sad it had to happen like this, but at least she can't feel anymore pain.

Shirley Vercher

February 26, 2018

I don't know you but my son was a class mate of Jasmine. My thoughts and prayers are with your family God has her in his arms and i pray for healing.

Warm thoughts

Anji Hall

February 26, 2018

Mama and Daddy are missing you babygirl. Fly high with the angels Dovey.

Ann (Annie Rose) Austin

February 24, 2018

Anji and Walter I know that your hearts are heavy with grief right now and I'm praying right now for you and your family to heal. God makes no mistakes He knew this day was coming so don't think for one moment that he does not feel your pain only He knows the plans that He has for you. Anji and Walter GOD LOVES YOU AND HE'S CARRYING YOU NOW.
Matthew 5:4 NLT
God blesses those who mourn,
for they will be comforted

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