Yasmin Victoria Hannemann, 59, of Las Vegas, NV departed this life peacefully on September 6, 2021 in Baltimore, MD. She was a loving mother, outgoing grandmother, caring sister, thoughtful aunty, and an incredible friend to all. Known to many as Yazzie, Yas, or Aunty Yas. Our Mom was born on July 1, 1962 in Redondo Beach, CA to Max Edward Ali'imatua Hannemann & Moana Lou Kekaikuihala Hiram Hannemann.
Yasmin was very proud of her Samoan and Hawaiian heritage, and she was one of 10 of Max and Moana's children. She began her ramp agent career as an America West employee (later merged to U.S. Airways and American Airlines) at the Las Vegas International Airport in 1999. In 2010, she transferred to the Baltimore Washington International Airport where she remained for 11 years. She was a proud American Airlines employee and used her flying benefits to travel the world to experience new cultures, languages, and people.
When Yasmin was not visiting her many family and friends, she ran many marathons around different parts of the world. She was a single, hard-working mother that raised a beautiful family of 11: seven girls and four boys. Mom is preceded in death by her beloved daughter, Matala Siluafaga Paoakalani Gago; parents Max and Moana; and brother Max Jr.
Yasmin is survived by her children: Sampson Malosisili, Shastian Victoria Kawohikukapulani, Easter Ipolani Tulimalefo'i, Mahina Yasmin Fili o tama, Vaiolini Masina, Karin Kina'u Soaifetulemasina, O'Brian Tamamalilifa Kealohalulehua, Berlin Ho'ohokukalani Tuiota'afi, Tausilinu'u Hannemann, and Alema Kamalani Toetausalanoa; eight siblings; and 10 grandchildren.
Services and a Celebration of Yasmin's life will be held on Saturday, September 18 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Latter-Day Saints 4525 North Rainbow Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89108 at 9 am. Burial to follow at Memory Gardens Memorial Park 7251 West Lone Mountain, Las Vegas, NV 89129. "Manatua Pea Aiga" (Always Remember Your Family!) "E Mau Ana e Na 'Ohana!" (Families are Forever!)