Yasmite Hyacinthe, age 54, of Casselberry, FL passed away on Sunday, July 18, 2021 at AdventHealth Hospice Care in Altamonte Springs, FL.
Yasmite was born on September 11, 1964 in Jean-Rabel, Haiti; daughter to her late parents, Ducheine Hyacinthe and Rosita Pointevien. A loving and caring woman, Yasmite was a child of God and blessed with her three sons, Jeffrey Hyacinthe and his wife, Danielle, of Casselberry, James Hyacinthe of Casselberry, and Geoffrey Hyacinthe of Casselberry; her two daughters, Cassandra Dormeus and Levine Dormeus, both of Casselberry; and four grandchildren, Kiannah Hyacinthe, Kaysha Hyacinthe, Malani Hyacinthe, and Benjamin Hyacinthe.
She cherished her family and they loved her in return, creating an unconditional love. As a good mother and following her culture, Yasmite made sure to give her children God first she would always say, “There is no greater gift I can give any of my children in life than the wisdom of God and his words.” Sharing her culture among her children teaching them language and tradition, she instilled such a strong set of moral and ethics to live by who will pass them down to their children keeping her culture and legacy.
Yasmite was like a radiating sun, sharing her energy everywhere she goes. As a faithful servant of the Lord, she was devoted to spreading his word and shedding his light on everyone’s life she touched; using God’s wisdom to encourage and empower those around her. With a heart of gold she served her community. Yasmite was an active member of Assemblee Chretienne De Beree. Sunday was her favorite day, as she loved attending church and devoting leisure time to help prepare before service. A woman with a passion for God and her loved ones, a loyalty that was unmatched.
In her free time Yasmite would love to travel away on Vacation. Staying in nice hotels, traveling outside the country visiting all types of landmarks. She enjoyed culture most importantly, the fact that she was from an island herself made her excited to learn about the traditions and beliefs of other cultures. Trying new foods and going on excursions, she also fancied the beach as she was always one of the few to gather her loved ones together and take a trip to the beach. Yasmite would always say to her children “ mwen soti nan tout branch pyebwa Jean-rabel, epi gade nan ki distans mwen rive pou tèt mwen vwayaje lemond.” (I came from the tree branches all the way in Jean-rabel, and look how far I have come for myself to travel the world.) Over the years, without a doubt, traveling is by far one of her most striking accomplishments.
With a smile that could light up a room, Yasmite was a jubilant being, as she loved to be surrounded by her family and church friends. A true woman of God she was, a strong-minded woman, and a remarkable woman she was for she will never be forgotten, her words will carry on with us as we cast unto our journeys. Memories will never be lost; she will be remembered for all her actions of grace and goodness, her legacy remains. Always.
Funeral Services will be held on Wednesday, August 4 at 1:00 pm at Newcomer Funeral Home - South Seminole Chapel, 335 E State Road 434, Longwood, FL.
Visitation with the family will precede the service from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at the funeral home.
Interment will take place in All Faiths Memorial Park, Casselberry, FL.
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