OBITUARY

Violet ER Snelbaker

July 5, 1934December 26, 2012

Burial arrangements under the direction of Susquehanna Memorial Gardens.

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Violet ER Snelbaker

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Tabi Emig

May 9, 2013

Grandma, You were always there for me. You gave me great amazing advice. I miss you so much and not a day goes by that I don't think about you.. You mean so much to me and I'll see you again someday, but in God's presence... You touched so many people and impacted so many peoples' lives. I am so grateful that you are my great grandma. I love you so much.

Tanner horn

March 1, 2013

Grandma I always loved and still will and I know that you are up In heaven watching everything I do and leading me to takethe rights paths i know that ur my great grandmother but u were more like a grandmother to me then a great grandmother so i just hope best for pappy and the rest of the family so we can all get through this together

Chad Snelbaker

January 6, 2013

All the fun times we shared and the days/evenings we spent down there while I was growing up playing cards or board games was one of the best memories I had. She never treated any child as an aunt but as a grandchild and some of the best advice I got about life and God came from her. To me, she wasn't just an aunt but another grandmother who I could turn to and had talks with. I am so fortunate to have the childhood I had knowing I not only had my Nan and Pap as grandparents but also my Uncle Bob and Aunt Vio who I looked at as well from spending so much time there over the years. God bless Aunt Vio.

Susan Snelbaker

January 3, 2013

I love you Grandma. You are not only my grandma, you are my mother, my best friend, my everything. I know you're not in pain any more and that makes me happy, but I still wake up every morning, wanting to call you. Now I have no one to call. Your unconditional love has made me the woman I am today. I love you and I hope to see you again soon.

Lorraine & Ed Kunkel, Fallert

January 2, 2013

Bobby and Family,
Ed and I are so sorry to hear the loss of your love one. Violet was a very special, loving, and caring person.
Our prayers and thoughts are with you and May God Bless.

January 2, 2013

Uncle Bob and Family,
So sorry for your loss. Aunt Vio was not only my aunt but my best friend, confident, and I will miss her dearly.
She always had time to help others regardless how she felt and stopped what she was doing just to spend time with you.
I will always have her in my heart and remember what we shared. I loved her dearly.
May God Bless and May Aunt Vio rest in peace.

lakey barrick

January 2, 2013

sending our condolences....my mother, Patricia Broom, went to church with Violet and Luther back in the 1990's

Kathy & Bill Kitner

January 1, 2013

Ruthie & Family, We were very sorry and saddened to hear of your mother passing away. You's are in our thoughts and prayers. With sincere & deepest sympathy, Becky & Ed Wilt, Kathy & Bill Kitner

susan millan

January 1, 2013

you went to heaven to soon you will be missed by all

Nancy Young

January 1, 2013

A poem I wrote dedicated my the greatest grandma in the world:

She was a Jewel with a Legacy

One day that the family never wanted to come
Is the day Jesus carried Violet home.
We know that there's no more suffering or pain,
But for us life will never be the same.
She was the backbone, the rock of the family;
No one could ever replace her – that would never be.
She loved her husband, children, grandchildren and even greats!
And her nieces, nephews and those she “adopted” late.
She was jewel in the rocks that shined right through;
She loved you unconditionally, even though she didn't agree with what you were about to do.
She wasn't afraid to speak up when you were wrong;
and voicing her opinion about being “Jesus Strong”.
The impact she left on us will never fade away;
We must continue her legacy day after day.
She gave us morals and values to live by;
This is what she would want us to do – instead of cry.
She was our shero, our confidant and our comforter;
All the family's issues she would definitely bear.
But now is her time, because she's now at peace like she's been longing for,
She's with Jesus looking down us for evermore.
So be careful on what you might do or say;
Because you know she will send you a sign in some sort of way.
Just because she's not here in the flesh;
It's this great legacy that she has left.
And that light of a jewel will continue to shine through;
Even at times when we don't know which way to turn or what to do.
Today our hearts may be broke and we don't want to believe that she is gone;
But just remember that her legacy is in each one of us that lives on.

12-26-12 @ 1:06P.M. Rest In Peace