Mary Lou Snyder

October 14, 1927January 15, 2019

Mary Lou Snyder, 91, of Nashville died Tuesday Morning, January 15, 2019 in Brown County Health and Living. She was born October 14, 1927 in Dayton, Ohio to Herschel Ludy and Jessie Davis Ludy. She was a homemaker.

Survivors include her four children, Steve (Pam) Snyder of Bellbrook, Ohio, Anne Jones of Nineveh, Patty (David) Donaldson of Morgantown and Scott (Anna) Snyder of Greenwood; six grandchildren, Paul Jones (PJ) of Indianapolis, Jenny Diehl of Carbondale, CO, Bob and Brian Donaldson of Arvada, CO, Justin Snyder of Dayton, OH and Kristin Snyder of Denver. CO; and a great grandchild, Jessie Diehl of Carbondale, CO. She was preceded in death by her parents; and her husband, Jack Cecil Snyder.

Mary Lou was a 1945 graduate of Broad Ripple High School in Indianapolis. Her favorite hobby was quilting. Mary Lou believed family came first. Nothing made her happier than to see her kids and grandkids at reunions and holidays.

There will be a Memorial Gathering on Saturday, April 27, 2019 from 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM in Bond-Mitchell Funeral Home, 1682 State Road 135 North, Nashville.

If friends so desire, Memorial Contributions may be made to patients in need at Brown County Health and Living, 72 Willow St, Nashville, IN 47448.


27 April

Memorial Gathering

11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Bond-Mitchell Funeral Home

1682 State Road 135 N
Nashville, Indiana 47448


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Andrew Clarke

January 23, 2019

My Aunt Mary Lou holds a very special place in my heart! When I moved to Indiana in the early 80's, she would have me over on Sunday mornings for pancakes and coffee and good conversation! She would also let me bring my laundry! As with all my other family members our family picnics at Lebanon Park were special moments and I would always look forward to Aunt Mary Lou's awesome Three Bean Salad! She was a truly talented home decorator and Quilt maker, and we are truly honored to have two of them!! She will be surely missed, but she lived a truly great life and left a truly great legacy!