Kassandra Shanice Clemente

January 22, 1993 - March 30, 2020

Kassandra Shanice Clemente, 27, a resident of Cape Coral, FL since 2001, passed away Monday, March 30, 2020 in Fort Myers, FL. She was born January 22, 1993 in Bronx, NY.

Kassandra, also known as KC, was an amazing best friend, daughter, mother, and sister, among many other things. The fact that she is gone is something too surreal. The hearts of many people ache at the fact that they will never get to hug, talk to, or see her beautiful smile again. The pain we feel is insurmountable because the world will never have another Kassandra Clemente. She was truly one of a kind. Her smile lit up any room she would enter. She was so beautiful. Her humor and laughter made people cheer up in the most serious situations. It was like no other and full of life. She was so funny and goofy and she loved to randomly scare people. This was actually one of the funniest things she did. She was strong and courageous. Her character distinguished her as a genuine person amongst any crowd. She was literally the life of any party. Her beauty blinded people from miles away. Her cooking abilities would leave Gordon Ramsey in absolute awe. Her unconditional support motivated many people to be the person they are today. She would take the shirt off her own back to help anyone in need. She always put everyone’s needs before her own. Kassandra’s love was unconditional. Once you earned her trust, you would have a friend in her for life. All of her characteristics are the reason why numerous people are so honored to have had her in their lives and are also evident through her accomplishments. She graduated with her diploma, then went on to continue school to become a nurse. In the meantime, she worked with employees and residents as a Home Health Aide, which she enjoyed very much because she liked taking care of people. Kassandra loved makeup, cooking, music, dancing and taking selfies. She loved to have fun with her children whom she loved with all of her heart. She also enjoyed family outings and gatherings because she believed in the importance of family. She loved to have fun.

The universe will be a little darker without her bright spirit. Although she is gone, the legacy she left and impact she made on the lives of people around her will live on through overwhelmingly comedic, heartfelt, and joyous memories. She will never be forgotten. She was truly an amazing young lady and she will be missed immensely.

Kassandra is survived by her loving mother Cinthia Ramos, her loving stepfather Victor Cabrera; her loving brother, Emanuel Clemente; and her three beautiful children, Anilyse, Bryan, and Tamryn. She is also survived by her father Felix Clemente of Gainesville, FL; eight other siblings; her grandmother Nora, numerous cousins, nieces, nephews, aunts, and uncles as well as many special friends in her life.

A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. Details to be announced via www.MullinsMemorial.com

Mullins Memorial Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Cape Coral, is entrusted with final care.


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