Ashlee Stull

August 11, 1988 ‒ October 04, 2018

Mansfield, Ohio

MANSFIELD:  Ashlee D. Stull of Mansfield passed away Thursday morning, October 4, 2018 in her home.  She was 30.

Ashlee was born August 11, 1988 in Mansfield to Steve Cooley and Connie Stull.

Outspoken and energetic, Ashlee was full of life.  She loved getting dressed up and doing her makeup for a girls night out of dancing.  She also liked camping and music, especially R&B.  Free spirited, Ashlee will be remembered for her fierce love and loyalty.

She is survived by her father and step-mother Steve and Betty Cooley of Mansfield; children Gabrial Fielders and Bella Campbell; siblings Amber Craig of Mansfield, Tabitha Miller of Marion, Steven Ray Cooley of Mansfield, James Stull of Ashland, Harold “Stullie” Stull of Willard, Shanna Rascon of Cleveland; a step-sister Amanda Bishop of Mansfield; nieces and nephews Mason, Maygan, Jaz, Livi, Evan, Sensahon, Connie, Kayli, Damian, Selena, Dominic, Brandon, Bradley and Ian; she is also survived by her grandmother Dorothy Alfrey of Shelby,  aunts Bernie Stull of Loudonville, and  Stephanie Snyder of Shelby, long-time companion Daren Johnson of Mansfield, and her Chiweenie-yorkie mix Fat Daddy.

She was preceded in death by her mother Connie Stull, step-sister Tabitha Bishop, and a special aunt Janet “Blanche” Kovach.

Ashlee’s family will be holding a private service in her honor at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Snyder Funeral Homes to help with expenses.

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  • Ashley you always had my back in high school and I’ll always be grateful for that. You were always happy and cheerful so it breaks my heart to know that you won’t be here to brighten some ones day. You’ll be greatly missed by so many Ashley. Rest in peace wonderful soul ❤🙏😓 and to her family : I am so sorry for your tremendous loss , she was truly a great person.

    • Thank u as her sister it was a tremendous piece of my heart ripped from me Ashlee and I were as close as two sisters could be our lives will never be the same again