Ann Nausieda

December 4, 1938December 2, 2020

Ann Nausieda-Snyder, age 81, went to be with her Lord on Wednesday, December 2, 2020.

She was preceded in death by her husbands Roman Nausieda and Herman Snyder; son, Michael DeLeeuw; daughter-in-law, Kathy DeLeeuw; mother, Emily Koone; and father, Charles Wilson. She is survived by her son, John DeLeeuw; grandchildren John (Beth) DeLeeuw lll, Dale (Amy) DeLeeuw, Michael (Heather) Garland, Michael (Tina Joy) Matison, Steven Matison, Jennifer (Matt) Harmsen; 13 great-grandchildren; cousins Karen O’Dowd and Michael Devriendt; and many nieces, nephews, and friends.

Ann enjoyed participating in church activities, watching older TV shows, and visiting with her many kind friends.

Due to the current health crisis, a private family graveside will be held at Saint Cyril Cemetery. In memory of Ann and in lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Saints Cyril & Methodius Catholic Church.

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Dawn McLaughlin

December 10, 2020

I worked with Ann at DHS . She was so kind and helpful. She was a beautiful lady. I am so sorry for our loss of Ann.

Mary Lober

December 10, 2020

Ann was a brave and strong woman. She was a very intelligent and caring caseworker. She was a wonderful mentor to me and gave me advice that has lasted me a lifetime. Rest In Peace dear forever friend.

Debbie Belden

December 10, 2020

I am saddened to hear of Ann's passing. I worked with her for many years at DHS in Allegan. She was such a wonderful lady. We had fun in the office and outside of the office. Always smiling and a great sense of humor. She surely will be missed.

helen mcbride

December 8, 2020

Ann lived across the street from us in "Home Acres" in the 60's where her boys and our children were attending elementary schools. Ann was a very nice person, didn't get to talk with her a lot as she worked full time then but from time to time we would catch up with our childrens activities. Now living in Wayland we ran into Ann several times in restaurants where she recognized us immediately. Just over a year ago i was very surprised to receive a letter from her and she caught us up on her life now being a widow and her son John and families; was so delighted to receive this letter from her. Old friends leave lasting memories. May God watch over and bless those she has left behind. Tom&Helen McBride (and grown children, Brian, Marcia & Tamy

Mike DeVriendt

December 7, 2020

Cousin Ann was very important to my growing up. Ann and "favorite sister" Karen were my Babysitters every summer for some five years . They had a great time together doing so many things on the farm... and then they had the need to watch me ,the youngest. Ann was always sweet and caring.

Cousin Ann will be missed but I have many memories to reflect on and smile- God Bless you and Thank you ....

Jane Gee

December 6, 2020

Such a nice lady! I always enjoyed visiting with her at school Masses and events. She will be missed. Eternal rest grant unto her, oh Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon her. ❤

charlene harbin

December 6, 2020

Dale, Amy and family I'm so sorry to hear of the loss of your loved one. No words can ease your loss but please know all of you are in my prayers for comfort and peace!! Sending hugs and love to all of you!! R I P