Jessica Rae Hartman

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Jessica Rae Hartman, 30, of New Braunfels, TX passed away Wednesday August 7, 2013. She was born in Slidell, LA on May 2, 1983 to Delia Daun Rose and Jimmy Wayne Hartman. She worked hard to get her GED and became a Medical Assistant through Job Corp. She leaves behind her two children, Jacob Miller and Taylor Maness; siblings Justin Hartman and Sherri Moseley; best friend and sister of her heart Gloria Tristan; numerous family members and close friends. She is proceeded in death by her loving grandmother, Roberta Taix, grandfather Alvin Rose and youngest son Elias Cordero. She lit up the room with her smile and laugh. She will be greatly missed by those who love her dearly.

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  1. I remember Jessica most as a small child. She was a beautiful child and I know her grandmother Roberta loved her very much. Roberta would have been so very sad that Jessica lost her life at such a young age, as we all are. Aunt Joann

  2. Last night, my memory pulled up the time you were about 8 or so and singing “Sticker Fun” at the top of your lungs in the grocery store. I remember thinking one day you were going to be a famous singer. I think of you everyday. I still remember when you called to tell me you were pregnant with Jacob. You were so excited. I miss you and love you. Always have and always will.

  3. Jess I will always love u, u where always my bestfriend and I’m sorry I could be there for u, I miss u so much, I will do my best to take care of our little princess

  4. I love and miss u friend im so sorry this happen u r in heaven looking down at us smileing u were always here for me when I needed some one to talk. When u lived with me u helped me with my boys alot thank u love u and will miss u so much

  5. I heard the news on May 2, 2014. The news hit me, I felt like a piece of my heart was ripped out. I couldn’t believe it, it’s so unreal. I feel like owe you something for giving me a second chance in pasadena, for being an awesome friend, and for always standing up for me. Thank you for everything you have done for me. My success would not happen if wasn’t for you. The only good thing about all of this is that you get to finally rest. You don’t have to deal with peoples bullshit, you don’t have to deal with this life anymore. I love you Sparkle, I miss you more than ever. Your friend: Will “Chingo” Aguilar.

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