Phyllis Jean DeBiasi-Snyder

14 octobre 193626 août 2020

Phyllis DeBiasi-Snyder of Middletown, Ohio, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, August 26, 2020, surrounded by family, following complications from a recent illness.

Born in Middletown, Ohio on October 14, 1936 to Leo Wells and Anzo Hillman, she was a lifelong Middletonian. She married Anthony DeBiasi on July 16, 1956. After his death in 1992, she married John Snyder in 1995 and was by his side until his death in 2003.

She loved spending time with her family, socializing with friends, traveling, decorating, painting and cooking. Her passion for life and sense of humor brought joy to all she encountered. And her fashion sense was admirable-you would never find her without a matching accessory to compliment her ensemble!

Phyllis is survived by her children, Eva (Jimmie) Greer, Elizabeth DeBiasi, Susan (Joseph) Weidner; step-daughters, Carla (Scott) Elliott, Jonna Snyder Ballard; grandchildren, Eric Greer, Brian Greer, Jillian (Zachary) Nolte, Collin Weidner, Anna Weidner; sister, Mary Lou Homer; numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and many dear friends.

She is preceded in death by her parents; husbands; brothers, David, Thomas and Robert Wells; son, Anthony “Duke” DeBiasi; step-daughter, Paula Snyder King; and three special fur-babies, BeBe, Gabby and Ginger.

Funeral Services will be held at 12pm on Monday, August 31, 2020 at Breitenbach Anderson Funeral Home. Visitation will be held prior to the service from 10 am-12 pm.

As an expression of sympathy, donations may be made to Hospice of Butler and Warren Counties.

Please visit breitenbach-anderson.com to leave online condolences for the family.


  • Visitation

    lundi, 31 août , 2020

  • Funeral Service

    lundi, 31 août , 2020


Phyllis Jean DeBiasi-Snyder


Sandra Homer

30 août , 2020

We will miss her laughter. We will miss her style. We will miss her hats! But most of all we will miss her. Love and Peace
Dave, Sandi and Ben Homer

Jennifer Hudson

29 août , 2020

Aunt Phyllis was the best! She filled the room with her energy, laughter and pizzazz! Growing up I loved sitting around the kitchen table at Grandma’s listening to stories from Phyllis, Mom and Uncle Bob. There was always a heightened sense of drama and roars of laughter! As an adult I came every October and hung out with Mom and Phyllis. It didn’t matter what we were doing I just liked being in their company. We would go to garage sales and Phyllis always had a knack for finding the treasure! She had such a great sense of style and home decorating was her forte. We will miss her more than we realize now. What a good soul she was! Love you forever... Jenny

David Homer

28 août , 2020

Phyllis was my mother's younger sister. She had to take care of me on occasion when my mother was away. One day, sensing that I was just too dirty, she took me to the basement and scrubbed me till I was raw. I don't know why she didn't use the bathtub in the bathroom like everybody else. After I complained that I was just about as clean as a boy could get, she realized that she was trying to scrub off my summer tan and released me from the dungeon of soap discipline. What I liked was that she admitted that I was right and she was wrong, which in my young world was rare because the adults around me always acted like they knew everything and as if they were always right. Thanks for letting me grow into the kind of man I wanted to be.

Robert King

27 août , 2020

I will always remember good times with her and John when Paula and I would come by. She was a kind and loving lady.