Rachelle passed away on Sunday October 17, 2021 at her home in Galt, CA with her family near her. She was born in Sacramento Ca and was adopted by Joseph Henry Stamp and Sharyn (Meenach) Stamp. She grew up with her brothers Joseph Boyd Stamp of Galt, Donnie Stamp of Texas, Keenan Stamp Yuba City, Oscar Stamp Marysville, California, Steven Eades Galt, John Stout Southern California, and Sister’s Shavonia Stamp Koga of Stockton CA. Bobby Berigantes Salina CA. Shannon Chess Galt, and Angel People’s Yuba CA.
Her brother Norbert Edward Stamp preceded her in death.
Her nephews are Joey Stamp, Vinny Stamp, Norbert Edward Stamp The 2nd, Christopher Koga, and nieces Sierra Stamp, Natalie Koga, Victoria Eisenberg.
Rachelle had three children Brennan Dennis, Hailey Henderson, and Gianna Milton. She also had a stepson Greg Milton the 3rd. She also had Greg Milton the second as her King. When Rachelle got to sick to walk he carried her. She was definitely his queen and he was her king. They were together for 11 years, And she mentioned to me many times it was like a fairytale, that he was so good to her. When she wasn’t at her best he just smiled at her and would say “what do you want”, and smile at her! We should all be that lucky!
Rachelle was a graduate of Galt High School where she excelled in basketball and her team won first place in San Joaquin section tournament. She also was a middle school cheerleader.
Rachelle had been employed as a secretary with Positive Options Foster Family Services ,and UC Davis insurance department, and Bloodsource in Sacramento CA.
She had two life long friends Nicole Mcneir and Celia Mason. These two women made dinners for the family, took Rachelle out to dinner to get away from the house to take a break, they came and visited her when she could no longer go out. They were like an anchor for her to share and talk with. They helped me with the Celebration of life that was held at Pietros restaurant in Lodi for 30 of her close family and friends that have been walking the last two years with her during her fight with stage 4 Cancer. .
Rachel wanted everybody to know that she was not mad at God because of her illness. Man gave her six months and God gave her two years to finish what she had started, and she did. She requested no funeral and she also requested that she be cremated, And for everyone to hug their loved ones a little tighter while they can, because there may be a time when they can no longer do that.
Rest in peace sweet daughter, mother, sister and Queen, until we meet again. Your Family