Jennifer Snider
August 24, 1974 - October 9, 2016
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Jennifer Snider, 42 passed peacefully at home surrounded by her family on the evening of October 9, 2016. Jennifer; wife to Monty and mother to Skyler, McKenna, & Avery. Throughout Jennifer’s life she adored being active with her family & friends. She loved playing softball, camping & fishing, or just sitting around the table telling…

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Chester Reed left a message on October 20, 2016:
Family of Jennifer, A good number of years ago I was visiting family in Salem. I was having dinner with my Mom and Brother Mike at the small Chinese restaurant on Franklin Street . A young woman walked in and her beauty and her presence lit up the room. She spoke to us and said hello withe most beautiful smile. She was breathtaking beautiful. Of course I ask Mike and Mom, who is that! They told me “She is Larry ans Sheila’s daughter is going to be a nurse.” They also told me Jennifer was as sweet and smart as she was beautiful. When I saw this obituary I was sadden for you Larry and Sheila along with Husband and her Children. I can’t imagine losing that wonderful child so early in her life. Now she is in Heaven suffering no more and that smile will once again be seen by my Mom and Brother as they greet her. May God Bless you all until you join her again. Chester
Cindy L Lay left a message on October 13, 2016:
My thoughts and prayers are with my cousin and her entire family. I can’t imagine the grief and feeling of loss her husband, children, parents and siblings are dealing with now and in the coming days, weeks, months and beyond. Sorry I haven’t been there and also can’t be there in person to show my support this week. My thoughts and prayers will continue to be with you all. Cindy
Elaine Lambert left a message on October 12, 2016:
I wanted to express my heartfelt condolences to Jennifer’s family. There’s such a sense of helplessness when someone we love dies. I’d like to share some scriptural thoughts that really helped me. Prayer is so valuable at this time, but it’s not that prayer simply makes us feel better. 2 Cor. 4:7, says that God can give us, “… power beyond what is normal to go from one day to the next. This does not mean that we no longer cry or that we forget, but it means we recover. The reason we recover is because of our hope. Jesus Christ talked about our hope in John 5:28, “… all those in the memorial tomb will hear his voice and come out “. Jesus was referring to the resurrection; this is our hope that helps us recover and gives us power to go on. Meditating on this promise can deeply affect our emotions and give us peace. 2 Cor. 1:3 describes our Creator as, “… the God of all comfort “. One way that God comforts us is by moving people who care about us to give us words of encouragement that we need to hear. May the God of comfort be your comfort now during this time of sorrow.
Diana Steelman left a message on October 12, 2016:
My sympathy to all of Jennifer’s family. My prayers for comfort.
Greenlawn left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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