Jasmine Alicia Seloff

Jasmine Seloff passed away on August 9, 2017 in Houston, TX. She was born in Houston on April 7, 1997 to Ninfa and Gary Seloff. She is survived by her parents, sister Marisa, grandmother Phyllis Seloff of Dallas, TX, and numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins from coast to coast. Jasmine had an ardent passion for music, dance, and art. She also had a huge heart and generous spirit, cheerfully reaching out to all who crossed her path.

A memorial will be held on Monday, August 14, 2017 at 7:00 pm at Crowder Funeral Home, Webster, TX.


  1. Oh, Jasmine, the world is diminished by your passing. I remember your years at St. Thomas and feel so privileged to have been a part of your young life. My heart goes out to all who loved your spark, your creativity, and your individuality. You will be deeply missed.

    Priscilla Magnuson
  2. My heartfelt condolences to Gary, Ninfa and Marissa. May the repose of her spirit, Rest In Peace.

    Gilbert saenz
  3. SO sorry to hear about this. Keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.

    Mary and Allen Wilkerson
  4. Gary:

    We are so sad to hear about Jasmine and at this most difficult time in your life, our thoughts and prayers are with you and rest of your family. It’s our sincere prayer that Lord God Almighty comfort and console your grieving hearts with the heavenly peace as you go through hard time.

    Gigi & Jessy Mathew, Houston, TX
  5. We are very sorry to hear about your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Jasmine will be missed.
    John & Irene Dimas

    Irene Dimas
  6. Gary,

    You and your family have our deepest condolences. No words I say can make a difference, I just hope you Ninfa and Marissa hug each other as much as you can.

    Sean Collins
  7. Sending heartfelt condolences and strength to family and friends of the Seloff family.

    Chasity Williams
  8. Deeply saddened to hear of your loss. Please know we are holding you close in love, thoughts and prayers. In Sympathy and Love, Neto, Patti and family

    Ernesto and Patricia Segura
  9. So very saddened to hear of Jasmine’s passing. In our early days at St. Thomas School she was such a joy and spark to all of those that knew her. Our hearts go out to her family and all that loved her. Love, The Rossiello’s.

  10. I knew of Jasmine only through her father’s stories, but I came to love her wit and playfulness, and so deeply respect her incredible drive, independence and determination. She was a beautiful soul and I so wish I had had a chance to know her more completely. I hope all who loved her can find solace in memories of her amazing spirit.

    Laura Gross
  11. Gary, Ninfa and Marissa – There are no sufficient words to convey my heartfelt expressions and deep sense of hurt for your loss. Please know that you and your family are in my heart, my thoughts, and my prayers. May God comfort you all in this difficult time and may the wonderful memories you have of Jasmine forever fill your hearts and bring you peace. All my love… Annette Moore

    Annette Moore
  12. Keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers. May your memories give you as much peace and comfort during this difficult time.

    Jarvis & Marci Washington
  13. All the anecdotes and humorous memories retold at the memorial service echoed my first impressions 12 years ago of a young Jasmine when I initially met her and I earmarked in my heart what an energetic and feeling human being that was developing in that persona. Though young she left us, “classic” will be her legacy.
    Tuesday August 15 2017

    Mike Gentry

    Mike Gentry
  14. Our sincere condolences to your family. Sending prayers of peace and comfort in your time of need.

    Kristy & Larry Medina
  15. Words cannot express how deeply saddened I was to hear of your loss. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family. If there is anything I can do for you, please let me know.

    Marta Giles

    Marta Giles
  16. I had her in my senior English class.
    I came about this page through ways of memories, and I began recalling names- curiously drifting from profile to profile. Finally, I remembered a girl named Jasmine. Suffice to say, it landed me here.
    I just felt a heavy blow to my heart, no one should go this soon.
    Jasmine would banter with the table, showing off her new tattoos and generally being a worthwhile presence. She talked about her job a lot, Freebirds! That was a major theme in the microcosm of that table, young adults discovering the world, plunging head first into jobs and renting apartments, ( though that didn’t save her from my teasing whenever she brought up her work). I quietly understood people and their demeanor. I found a tragic coolness about Jasmine, someone who was more independent than I, though younger, who seemed to reach further and made genuine connections with more people. I only knew her so little, and my impressions of her are fragmented and thin, but I feel the weight of this tragedy all the same.
    It’s very difficult to comprehend that someone from such a fresh memory is no more, It’s humbling and destroying.
    I hope she has found peace in the ruins of time.

    Jonah A.H

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