OBITUARY

Nancy Snider Creamer

December 31, 1956March 28, 2021
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Nancy Snider Creamer, of West, formerly of Stephenville, passed away the evening of March 28, 2021, in Waco, Texas. She was 64 years old. A celebration of life will be 2:00 p.m. Friday, April 2, 2021 at Connally-Compton Funeral Chapel, 4400 West Waco Drive, Waco, Texas with Larry C. McDonald officiating. Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery, next to her beloved son, Jason Lee Snider. Nancy was born on December 31, 1956 in Waco. She was a student at Waco High School. Nancy married and started a career in retail, which led her to move to Gatesville, Texas. As her career progressed she moved to Midland, Georgetown, Arlington, and she settled in Stephenville. In Stephenville, she learned to golf and absolutely loved it. Nancy leased and managed Tejas Golf Course for many years. She taught her two grandsons the game and they spent plenty of weekends on the course. She was forced to retire from the golf course due to illness. After a few years, she relocated closer to her family, where she built a beautiful relationship with her two young granddaughters. Nancy taught her granddaughters many things, like sewing, quilting, and crochet. Nancy was preceded in death by her mother, Nancy Blain Sumerour of Waco; father Don Sumerour of Waco; and son, Jason Snider. Survivors include daughter, Christy Chasteen and husband, Dale; grandchildren, Tyler Snider, 19, Garrett Snider, 17, Alex Chasteen, 15, Emma Chasteen, 10, Jaylea Chasteen, 7, all of West, Texas, Brook Chasteen, 23, of Gatesville, Texas; great grandsons, Jayden and Kayson, of Gatesville, Texas; brothers, Jimmy Sumerour and Jerry Sumerour, both of Waco, Texas; and former husband, Harold Snider of West, Texas.

Services

  • Visitation Prior to Service

    Friday, April 2, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, April 2, 2021

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Patricia Cherepes

March 31, 2021

Oh how I remember Nancy! She was my best friend for many years. Nancy shared as much as possible with those closest to her. She always had a job and was good at whatever she put her mind to.
She was an intelligent woman.
Nancy was also an expert seamstress and taught me a great deal about sewing.
I’ll miss her laughter, her smile and keep those memories of her close.
My prayers to the family and much love.

Community Healthcare Texas

March 31, 2021

Thank you for the opportunity to care for your loved one. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

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