Jasmine Normand

Jasmine Normand

Passed on May 10, 2021

May 18, 1993 – May 10, 2021   Just days shy of her 28th birthday our beautiful daughter “Jassy” died tragically.

She has left behind her heartbroken parents Norman and Brenda, brother Anders and Melissa, her Aunty Char and Joey, Grandpa Dave Shepell, Grandpa Gordon Normand and Shelly. She also leaves behind numerous family members from all sides of the families as well as many, many friends.

She was recently predeceased by her loving and caring Grandma Shepell who never lost faith in Jassy and loved her unconditionally. Although her life has ended way too soon Grandma will be so happy to see her. She was also predeceased by her Uncle Gerald.

Jassy was a bright and energetic young girl. She had beautiful long flowing hair. She grew up in the country and loved her dolls, riding her bike and the trampoline.

She had lots of school friends and a best buddy that lived next door. She loved books and family vacations, a trip to Valleyfair with Aunty Char, winter holiday to Mexico where she parasailed, swam with the dolphins and rode on the pirate ship.

Jassy loved pottery, music and her cats. She loved her collection of bracelets and her sparkly chandelier over her bed. She was kind and caring. She was quiet but friendly, polite and adventurous.

As a very young teenager we began to notice her slide into a black hole and did not immediately realize what had overtaken her. We frantically and relentlessly sought help for her drug addiction. Nothing succeeded. She tried so many times but a relapse always followed. She was not able to fight the demons that consumed her life for so many years.

Addiction does not discriminate. You just no longer own your life. Although she was taken by the hand of another, the addiction led to her fate.

We will always be thankful of those who knew and loved her unconditionally.

There are too many to mention but they include Karen M. and childhood friend Courtney C.

We are so thankful she can finally rest in peace as she has struggled for so many years. It was a gruelling battle which sadly has come to this end.

Oh Child. Things are gonna get easier. Oh Child. Things’ll get brighter.

*** I destroy homes, I tear families apart. I take your children and that is just the start. I’m more valued than diamonds, more precious that gold. The sorrow I bring is a sight to behold. If you need me remember, I’m easily found. I live all around you, in school and in town. I live with the rich, I live with the poor. I live down the street and maybe next door. I have many names, but there’s one you’ll know best. I’m sure you’ve heard of me, my name is Crystal Meth. My power is awesome, try me and you’ll see. But if you do, you’ll never break free…

A private service will be held where she will be buried with her Grandma.


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