Aubriel L. Haskett
1995 - 2020
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Aubriel L. Haskett

August 9, 1995 to November 2, 2020

Aubriel was born in Silverton, Oregon August 9th, 1995 to Jason and Shawna Haskett To describe her as a bull-headed wild child would have been an understatement to say the least. Anyone who'd spent time with her would tell you she was the type of person who always had the energy, time, perseverance and most of all general willingness to help those she loved, no matter the cost to herself. They say the star that burns twice as bright burns half as long and tragically she was taken too soon one late November night. She is survived by her loving siblings, family and friends both new and old, close and distant. Though there aren't words to make it better, no way to make the wrong right again her loved ones take comfort in knowing she truly lived her life by her own rules and blazing her own trails. A trail she'd want people to look back on with the love and warmth which she greeted everyday. She is survived by her Father Jason Haskett Scotts Mills, Mother Shawna Slover Silverton, Brothers Andy Slover Salem, Aaron Adalpe Silveron, Austin Haskett Fort Lewis Washington and sister Adrienne Haskett Silverton.

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Published in The Statesman Journal from Nov. 19 to Nov. 20, 2020.
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November 22, 2020
There are no words to express this tough loss . Whenever my sister and I came to hang out with Adrienne you would always be there as not only a friend with open arms to us but as a sister figure as well.
We will truly cherish the time you blessed not only us with but those all around you as well.
Ashley and I along with the rest of our family send our condolences to you all.
Fly high girlie, just know you’ll be missed more than you know
November 21, 2020
She always greeted me with a smile. A wild child for certain, she was fun to watch grow up into a kind woman. The world lost a sweet one way too young
Donna wood
November 20, 2020
Miss you baby girl
Shawna S
November 20, 2020
Everytime I've seen her she's been happy, shes was always thoughtful and caring. She's really going to be missed.
November 20, 2020
She was the sweetest! I’m sad she was taken so young. But it gives me comfort know that she’s in a better place, she’s so much better than this world! But she will be missed, this world is less brighter without her!
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