Snider, Alice Bernice, d. 1981 - Snow, Orin Francis, d. 1936

 

Snider, Alice Bernice 1922 -  9 Nov 1981 OH 19 Nov 1981 p12

[Note: Daughter of George H. & Nellie F. (Hopper) Snider; no SSDI found]

Alice Bernice Snider, 59, Ozark, was found dead at her home Nov. 9 after apparently suffering a heart attack. Miss Snider was a native and longtime resident of Springfield. She had been a resident of Ozark for the past three years. She was a bookkeeper and a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Survivors include her mother, Mrs. Nellie Snider, of the home; a sister, Mrs. Fern Knight, Whittier, Calif.; two brothers, George, Whittier, Calif. and Raymond, Springfield; and several nieces and nephews. Services were held Nov. 13 in Klingner Chapel with the Rev. Ronald T. Fleming officiating. Burial was in Greenlawn Cemetery.

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Snider, Alice Bernice 1922 - 9 Nov 1981 OH 19 Nov 1981 pB8

Card of Thanks

We wish to express our sincere thanks to our friends and neighbors of Spring Valley Estates for the beautiful flowers for Bernice Snider. You thoughtfulness has been deeply appreciated by her family.  Mrs. Nellie Snider and Family

 

Snider, Archie Huston Taft 20 Jan 1911 - 7 Apr 1948 CCR 15 Apr 1948

[Note: Son of Calvin Ray & Rachel (Caudill) Snider; married 3 Mar 1934 CCM Agnes Marie Belle Baird; married Ethel Hale]

Archie Huston Snider, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Cal Snider, met a tragic death by a locomotive last Wednesday, April 7th in Bakersfield, Calif., where he was residing. He was born 37 years ago at Bartlesville, Okla., later moving with his parents to Caney, Kans. He was a member of the First Baptist church at Caney. He is survived by his wife, the former Ethel Hale of Ozark, two children, Linda and Morriss by a former marriage, four sisters, Mrs. Terry Fuqua and Mrs. Cecil Noblitt of Caney, Kans., Mrs. Cervy Willis of Orville, Wash., Mrs. Ross Lee Rogers of Rogersville, Mo., and one brother, Chester, of Ozark. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday afternoon at the Chaffin Funeral Home with Rev. Sylva Howard and Rev. Reg Mapes officiating. Burial was in the Ozark cemetery.

 

Snider, Bessie A. 10 Jul 1903 - 24 Apr 1976 OH 29 Apr 1976 p8

[Note: married John Fian Snider 4 Jul 1873 - 9 Oct 1975]

Services for Mrs. Bessie A. Snider, 72 of 1038 South Golden, were at 3 p.m. Wednesday in the Harris Chapel, Nixa with the Rev. Joseph M. Fahl officiating. Burial was in Delaware Cemetery. Mrs. Snider died about 5 p.m. Saturday at her home after a long illness.

 

Snider, Chester John Henry 20 May 1902 - 8 Jun 1977 OH 16 Jun 1977 p2

[Note: Son of  Calvin Ray & Rachel (Caudill) Snider; married 12  Dec 1925 CCM  Ina Irene Baird 1 Oct 1907 - 7 Feb 1938 ; married  31 Aug 1940 CCM Hattie Dennis 24 Dec 1901 - 16 Dec 1982 m/1 Harvey]

OZARK - Chester H. Snider, 75, Ozark, died at 3:20 p.m. Wednesday in Cox Medical Center, Springfield, after a long illness. Mr. Snider was a native of Missouri. HE lived a short time in Oklahoma before moving back to Missouri. He lived in Ozark most of his life. Mr. Snider was a retired state highway employee and carpenter. He was a member of the First Baptist Church here. Survivors include his wife, Hattie; a son, Robert L. of Ozark; a daughter, Mrs. Wanda Wagner, Lamont, Wash.; three step-sons, Ike Harvey, Lester Harvey and Bill Harvey, all of Ozark; four sisters, Mrs. Terry Fuqua, Caney, Kan., Mrs. Verba Willis, Oroville, Wash., Mrs. Cecil Noblitt, Caney, Kan. and Mrs. Rosie Lee Rogers, Rogersville, and seven grandchildren, four great grandchildren, six step grandchildren and two step great grandchildren. Services were at 2 p.m. Saturday in Harris Chapel here with the Rev. Hubert Swearengin officiating. Burial was in Ozark Cemetery.

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Snider, Chester John Henry 20 May 1902 - 8 Jun 1977 OH 16 Jun 1977 p8

We would like to thank all our friends and neighbors for the prayers, food, flowers, cards and all the kindnesses shown our family during the illness and loss of our loved one. May God Bless each one of you. The Chester Snider Family.

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Snider, Chester John Henry 20 May 1902 - 8 Jun 1977 OH 7 Jul 1977 p10

The family of Chester Snider wishes to express their deep appreciation to all of their friends and relatives who sent cards, food and flowers, act of kindness shown, in the recent bereavement of their loved one.  Hattie Snider, Bob and Marolyn Snider, Wanda and Cecil Wagner and grandchildren and family

 

Snider, Elsie Mae (Hull) 24 Oct 1905 - 3 Nov 1954  CCR 11 Nov 1954 p1

[Note: Daughter of Charles & Ethel (Johns) Hull; married 10 Apr 1924 William Newton Snider 29 Nov 1901 - 29 Oct 1982]

Funeral services for Mrs. Elsie Mae Snider, 49, who died November 2 at her home in Springfield, were held November 5 in the Chaffin Chapel at Ozark, with Rev. Mitchell officiating. Burial was in Bruner Cemetery under direction of Chaffin Funeral Home. Survivors include her husband, Newt Snider; four sons, Gene, Jack, Frank and Jerry Snider, all of Springfield; four grandchildren; her father, Charles Hull; seven brothers, Otie, Fred and Alva, all of Bruner, Elzie of Elkhead, Ellis of Carthage, George of Claremore, Okla. and George of Kansas City, Kan.; three sisters, Effie of Bruner, Nettie of Springfield and Florence of Pryor, Okla, and other relatives.

 

Snider, Emma Florence (James) 1 Aug 1886 - 11 Dec 1954       CCR 16 Dec 1954 p3

[Note: Daughter of Adam Francis & Mary Fraces (Watts) James; married Henry Jackson Snider 1 Nov 1872 - 5 Jun 1952]

Funeral services for Mrs. Emma Florence Snider, 68, who died Saturday morning, December 11, at the home of a sister, Mrs. Adrian Shipman of Sparta, were held Monday, December 13 at 2 p.m. in the Bruner community building, with Bro. Fields officiating. Burial was in Bruner Cemetery under direction of Chaffin Funeral Home of Ozark.  Survivors include four sisters, Mrs. Bertha Snider of Webb City, Mrs. Effie Rogers of Oregon, Mrs. Mary Ann Snider and Mrs. Dove Shipman of Sparta; one brother, Newt James of Springfield; and other relatives. She was a member of the Church of Christ for over 30 years.

 

Snider, Evelyn Irene 1916 - 5 Jun 2005  SN-L 7 Jun 2005

[Note: married Chester Snider 13 Aug 1917 - 28 Dec 1991]

Evelyn Irene Snider, age 88, Springfield, Mo., died at 2:30 a.m. Sunday, June 5, in Cox South Hospital. She was a homemaker and a longtime member of Immanuel Baptist Church where she taught Sunday School and belonged to the Women's Missionary Union. She spent her life caring for others. She was preceded in death by husband, Chester Snider. She is survived by two nephews, Kenneth Douglas Gardner II, Hazelareen, Ala., and Carl Henry Gardner, Liberty, Mo.; and one sister-in law, Mary Sutter, Springfield. Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, June 8, 2005, in St. Peter's Cemetery, Billings, Mo. Visitation is from 7 to 8 p.m. tonight in Greenlawn Funeral Home North.

 

Snider, Francis G. 12 Nov 1906 - 14 Jun 1983 OH 22 Jun 1983 p8

[Note: Son of Joseph Franklin & Mary Ann (James) Snider; married Linda M. 8 May 1915 - 24 Feb 1988]

Services for Francis G. Snider, 86, Sparta, were held June 16 in Harris Chapel in Ozark with Dwayne Bray officiating. Burial was in Pembina Cemetery. Mr. Snider died June `14 in his home after a long illness. A native of Bruner, he had lived most of his life in Springfield and Sparta. He served 11 years in the armed forces and worked 26 years for Frisco Railway. He was a member of Frisco Railway. He was a member of Pembina Cemetery. He was a member of Sparta Church of Christ. Survivors include his wife, Linda M.; a son, Danny, Linden; a daughter, Mrs. Wanda Lou Hurd, Linden; two brothers, Wayne, Springfield and Joe Humble, Sparta; two sisters, Mrs. Belle Scott, Mount Vernon and Mrs. Rachel Pigg, Springfield; and four grandchildren.

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Snider, Francis G. 12 Nov 1906 - 14 Jun 1983 OH 22 Jun 1983 pB8

Card of Thanks

To all our friends and neighbors, the family of Francis Snider wishes to express our appreciation for all the kindness shown during out time of sorrow.  Linda, Danny and Family  Wanda, Lou, and family 23-1tc

 

Snider, Gene H. 25 Feb 1926 - 10 Jun 2009 SN-L 11 Jun 2009

[Note: Son of William Newton "Newt” & Elsie Mae (Hull) Snider; married 1955 Shirley Sue Hesterlee]

Gene H. Snider, age 83, Oldfield, died Wednesday, June 10, 2009. He was born February 25, 1926, in Bruner, the son of William "Newt” and Elsie Mae (Hull) Snider. Gene served his country in the U.S. Navy. In 1955, he married Shirley Sue Hesterlee. Gene was involved in area stock car racing as a car owner for more than 30 years and was inducted into the Racers Hall of Fame. He owned and operated Motor Machine Shop in Springfield until his retirement. After retiring he worked his cattle farm. Survivors include his wife, Shirley Sue Snider, Oldfield; three daughters, Connie Blevins and husband, James, Sparta, Linda Parr and husband, Joe, and Susan Pickens and husband, Michael, both of Springfield; two sons, Larry Willis and wife, Liz, and Jerry Willis and wife, Rachael, both of Michigan; 11 grandchildren, including Amanda Pickens, with whom he was able to share a special bond; numerous great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; two brothers, Jack Snider, Oldfield, Mo., and Frank Snider and wife, Shirley, Springfield; and two uncles, Wayne Snider, Springfield, and Melvin Hull, Oklahoma. Gene was preceded in death by his parents; a sister, Helen Snider; and a brother, Jerry Snider. A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with full military honors. Reverend Bally Johnson will officiate. Burial will follow in Bruner Cemetery. Visitation will be from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Friday, in the funeral home. Memorial donations may be made to the Old Bruner Schoolhouse, in care of Adams Funeral Home.

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Snider, Gene H. 25 Feb 1926 - 10 Jun 2009 CCH-N 17 Jun 2009

Gene H. Snider, 83, Oldfield, died June 10, 2009. He was born Feb. 25, 1926, in Bruner, the son of William “Newt” and Elsie Mae (Hull) Snider. Gene served his country in the U.S. Navy. In 1955 he married Shirley Sue Hesterlee. Gene was involved in area stock car racing as a car owner for more than 30 years, and was inducted into the Racers Hall of Fame. He owned and operated Motor Machine Shop in Springfield until his retirement. After retiring he worked his cattle farm. Survivors include: His wife, Shirley Sue Snider, Oldfield; three daughters, Connie Blevins and husband James, Sparta, Linda Parr and husband Joe and Susan Pickens and husband Michael, both of Springfield; two sons, Larry Willis and wife Liz, and Jerry Willis and wife Rachael, both of Michigan; 11 grandchildren, including Amanda Pickens with whom he was able to share a special bond; numerous great grandchildren; and one great great grandchild; two brothers, Jack Snider, Oldfield and Frank Snider and wife Shirley, Springfield; and two uncles, Wayne Snider, Springfield and Melvin Hull, Oklahoma. Gene was preceded in death by his parents; a sister Helen Snider; and a brother, Jerry Snider. A funeral service was held at 11 a.m. June 13 at Adams Funeral Home, Ozark with full military honors. Reverend Bally Johnson officiated. Burial followed in Bruner Cemetery. Visitation was from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. June 12 in the funeral home. Memorial donations may be made to the Old Bruner Schoolhouse, in care of Adams Funeral Home.

 

Snider, Hattie E. (Dennis) Harvey 24 Dec 1901 - 16 Dec 1982  OH 23 Dec 1982 p9

[Note: Daughter of William & Mary Jane “Janie” (Butler) Dennis; married Oliver Harvey; married  31 Aug 1940 Chester John Henry Snider  20 May 1902 - 8 Jun 1977]

Services for Hattie Snider, 80, Ozark, were held in Harris Chapel with Charles Eakins officiating Dec. 19. Burial was in Ozark Cemetery. Mrs. Snider died Dec. 16 in St. John’s Regional Health Center, Springfield after a long illness. Mrs. Snider was born near Bradleyville and had lived in Ozark the past 50 years. She was a member of Ozark First Baptist Church. Survivors include three sons, Ike Harvey, Lester Harvey and Bill Harvey, all of Ozark; one stepson, Bob Snider, Ozark; one stepdaughter, Mrs. Wanda Wagner, Lamont, Wash.; 13 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren.

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Snider, Hattie (Dennis) Harvey 24 Dec 1901 - 16 Dec 1982  OH 6 Jan 1983 pB5

Card of Thanks

We would like to thank our friends, our neighbors and relatives for the flowers, food, visits, prayers and all acts of kindness shown during the illness and death of our loved one.  The Hattie Snider Family  Mr. and Mrs. Lester C. Harvey and family  Mr. and Mrs. Ike Harvey and family  Mr. and Mrs. Bob Snider and family  Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wagner and family  Mr. Bill Harvey

 

 

Snider, Henry Jackson 1 Nov 1872 - 3 Jun 1952 CCR 12 Jun 1952

[Note: Son of  Wiley Garner & Margaret  (Harris) Snider; married Emma Florence James 1 Aug 1886 - 11 Dec 1954]

Henry Jackson Snider, 79, was born November 1, 1872 in Tennessee and died in the home of Adrian Shipman near Sparta on June 3, 1952. He was the son of Wiley Garner and Margaret Snider, and moved to Missouri at the age of fifteen. In 1906 he was united in marriage to Emma Florence James.  He became a member of the Church of Christ some forty years ago and was a faithful member.  He is survived by his wife, and several nephews and nieces.  Funeral services were conducted Thursday, June 5 in the Bruner community building, with Rev. Fields officiating.  Burial was made in the Bruner Cemetery under the direction of Chaffin Funeral Home of Ozark.

 

Snider, Ina Irene (Baird) 1 Oct 1907 - 7 Feb 1938 CCR 10 Feb 1938 p1

[Note: Daughter of Luther Benjamin & Lucretia "Lula" (McCord) Baird; married 12 Dec 1925 CCM Chester John Henry Snider 20 May 1902 - 8 Jun 1977]

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Snider, John 6 Feb 1938 - 6 Feb 1938 CCR 10 Feb 1938 p1

[Note: Son of Chester John Henry & Ina Irene (Baird) Snider]

The infant of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Snyder of this city died Sunday and the mother followed in death Monday morning. The double funeral services will be held Friday at the Chaffin Funeral Home. The remains are being held pending the arrival of relatives.

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Snider, Ina Irene (Baird) 1 Oct 1907 - 7 Feb 1938 CCR 17 Feb 1938 p4

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Snider, John 6 Feb 1938 - 6 Feb 1938 CCR 17 Feb 1938 p4

Ina Irene Baird was born Oct. 1, 1905, to Mr. and Mrs. Luther Baird of Ozark and passed away Feb. 7, 1938, at her home in Ozark aged 32 years, four months and seven days. She was baptized into membership of the Ozark Baptist church Dec. 27, 1922. On Dec. 12, 1925, she was united in marriage to C.H. Snider. To this union were born three children, one preceding her in death by one day. She leaves to mourn her departure the husband, two children, Wanda Faye and Robert Lee, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Baird of Ozark, her grandmother, Mrs. Jane McCord of Ozark; four sisters, Mrs. Fern Howard of Ozark, Mrs. Rinnie Walker, Cumt, Ark.; Mrs. Agnes Snider, Los Angeles, Leona Baird, Ozark; three brothers, Silas and Orville Gene of Ozark and Leonard, Silver Plume, Colo.; five aunts, two uncles, one great aunt and a host of other relatives [INCOMPLETE]

 

Snider, Jacob A. 27 Feb 1876 - 18 May 1948 CCR 20 May 1948

[Note: Son of Loren D. & Martha S. (Allison) Snider of Webster County, Missouri; m 5 Apr 1903 Mearl Graham 25 Mar 1883 - Aug 1973]

Funeral services for J.A. Snider, 72, who died at his home in Kansas City on Tuesday, May 18, will be held at the Chaffin Funeral Home at Ozark on Friday, May 21. Burial will be in Ozark cemetery. Mr. Snider was a resident of Ozark for many years where he was engaged in the drug business. He is survived by the widow, Mrs. Merl Snider, and one son, Joe, of Kansas City, and a daughter, Mrs. Helen Hayes of Springfield.

 

Snider, James Wilbur “Wick” 4 Nov 1914 - 30 Oct 1981 OH 12 Nov 1981 p8

[Note: Son of George H. & Nellie F. (Hopper) Snider; married Freda]

Graveside services for James “Wick” Snider, 66, Stockton, Calif., a former Springfield resident; were held Oct. 30 at Rose Hills Memorial Park, Whittier, Calif. Mr. Snider died Oct. 23 in Stockton, Calif. Survivors include his wife, Freda; four sons, James, George S., Edward and Jerry, all of Santa Monica, Calif.; two daughters, Janice S. Gerwig and Linda Rameriez, both of Santa Monica, Calif.; his mother, Nellie Snider, Ozark; two brothers, Raymond, Springfield, and George, Whittier, Calif.; two sisters, Bernice Snider, Ozark and Fern Knight, Whittier, Calif.; 14 grandchildren and three great grandchildren.

 

Snider, Jerry 9 Jul 1939 - 16 Sep 2008 SN-L 24 Sep 2008

[Note: Son of William Newton & Elsie Mae (Hull) Snider; married 19 Aug 1962 Donna Lea Benenie]

Jerry Snider, 69, of Joplin, Mo., passed away September 16, 2008, after a courageous four month battle with cancer. He was born July 9, 1939, in Bruner, Mo., to William Newton Snider and Elsie Mae Hull. He was the youngest of five children. Jerry attended school in Springfield, Mo., and served in the U.S. Navy from 1957 to 1960. He married Donna Lea Benenie on August 19, 1962, in Arkansas. They moved to Joplin, Mo., in the early 1960s. Jerry worked at Blaylock Diesel for 20 years and also worked for Denney's Auto Sales for 40 years. Jerry, with his jovial attitude and quick smile, will be greatly missed forever by all who knew and loved him. Survivors are his wife, Donna of Joplin; a daughter, Carolin Dimetroff and husband, Steve of Joplin; a son, Jeff also of Joplin; grandchildren, Skylar and Denae, Treay and wife, Angie, Justin, Kyle and Jenna; three brothers, Gene and wife, Shirley of Oldfield, Jack of Oldfield, and Frank and wife, Shirley of Springfield; and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; and a sister, Helen. Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, September 27, in Bruner Cemetery, Bruner, Mo. There will be a dinner in Bruner School House following the services.

 

Snider, Joe A. 21 Jan 1911 - 26 Aug 1978 OH 31 Aug 1978 p5

[Note: Son of Jacob A. & Mearl (Graham) Snider; married Grace]

OZARK - Services for Ozark native, Joe A. Snider, 67, St. Louis, were at 9 a.m. Tuesday at Hoffmeier Colonial Mortuary, St. Louise. Graveside services were at 3 p.m. Tuesday at Ozark Cemetery with the Rev. L. E. Reynolds officiating. Mr. Snider resided in Kansas City and St, Louis most of his life. He had lived in St. Louis the past four years. He was a retired salesman for an automobile parts company. Survivors are his wife, Grace and a sister, Mrs. Helen Hayes, Ozark.

 

Snider, Joseph Franklin 13 Sep 1868 - 18 Mar 1941 CCR 20 Mar 1941 p8

[Note: Son of Wiley Garner & Margaret (Harris) Snider; married 10 Dec 1899 Mary Ann James 4 Jan 1884 - 23 Jun 1968]

Joseph Franklin Snider died Tuesday, and funeral services were held the following day at the Sparta Church of Christ with Brother Fields officiating, and burial followed in the Sparta cemetery under the direction of the Sparta Funeral Home, Rathbun and Chaffin. Born in Overton County, Tennessee, Snider was married to Mary Ann James in 1889. Besides his wife, survivors include: six children, Newton of Bruner, Francis of Springfield, Wayne of the home, Mrs. Bill Whitmore, Ozark, Mrs. Leo Pigg, Springfield, Mrs. Jack Scott of Rogersville; one brother, Henry of Bruner, one sister, Eliza Seagraves of Tennessee; ten grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. Three children preceded him in death.

 

Snider, Kenneth Dale (House) 26 Aug 1947 - 28 Jun 2008  CCH-N 16 Jul 2008

[Note: Son of Wilbur Lee House & Beulah (Rardin) House; later adopted by his step-father Harold LeRoy Snider; married 1 Feb 1969 Billie Marie Jones]

Kenneth Dale Snider, 60, Ozark, passed away June 28, 2008, in his home. He was born Aug. 26, 1947, in Springfield, the son of Wilbur Lee House and Beulah (Rardin) House, and later adopted by his step-father Harold LeRoy Snider. On Feb. 1, 1969, he was united in marriage to Billie Marie Jones in Richland, and to this union three children were born. Kenneth was an honest man with a heart of gold and a comfortable charm that drew people closer to him. His magnetic personality and tender caring ways were blessings to his wife, children, family and friends. Kenneth was a loving husband, father, and grandfather. During his profession as a truck driver, he remained accident free for 17 years. Kenneth was also a jokester, when taking drives with his family he told them he was taking short cuts when actually he always chose the longest distance. He was a wonderful man who proudly served his country as a member of the United States Navy. Kenneth was preceded in death by his parents and mother-in-law Mary A. Jones. He is survived by his loving wife of 39 years Billie Marie Snider; one son Kenneth Dale Snider II and wife Trena; two daughters Yancy Snider and Angie Chamberlain and husband James all of Ozark; three grandchildren Kymberli, Emelia, and James Jr. Chamberlain; five brothers Steve Snider and wife Kelly, Michael Snider and wife Patsy, Stanley Snider, Greg Snider and wife Karla all of Springfield, and Randy Snider and wife Pam of Ozark; father-in-law Billie Jones of Richland; brother-in-law Bill Louis Jones of Richland; two sisters-in-law Mary Nunley and husband Jim of Richland and Connie Lentz of Buffalo; many nieces, nephews and loving friends. Funeral services were12:30 p.m. July 1in Barnes Family Funeral Home, East Highway 14, Ozark, with Pastor David Bills officiating. Burial with full military honors will follow at 2 p.m. in the Missouri Veterans Cemetery, Springfield. Visitation was 7 to 8 p.m. June 30 in Barnes Family Funeral Home, East Highway 14, Ozark. ©Ozarks Newsstand 2008

 

Snider, Linda M. (Campbell) 8 May 1915 - 24 Feb 1988 OH 3 Mar 1988

[Note: Daughter of John J. & Eliza (Lawson) Campbell; married Francis Gardner Snider 12 Nov 1906 - 14 Jun 1983]

Linda M. Snider, 72, of Rt. 1, Sparta, died at 7:07 p.m. Feb. 24 at St. John's Regional Health Center, Springfield, after a long illness. Services for Mrs. Snider were held Saturday at the Harris Chapel, Ozark, with Gordon Shields officiating. Burial was in Pembina Cemetery; near Rogersville. Mrs. Snider resided in Christian County for most of her life . She was a member of the Sparta Church of Christ. Long active in Sparta community affairs, Mrs. Snider was known for organizing fund-raising events. She was preceded in death by her husband, Francis, in 1983. Her survivors include one son, Danny Snider, of Kimberling City; one daughter, Mrs. Wanda Lou Hurd, of Springfield; four grandchildren; one great-granddaughter; two sisters, Muriel Moses and Pearl Campbell, both of Sparta; and several nieces and nephews.

 

Snider, Marolyn A. (Farwell) 15 Sep 1940 - 2 Sep 2008 SN-L 4 Sept 2008 & CCH-N 17 Sep 2008

[Note: Daughter of Clell & Glessie "Pauline” (Gann) Farwell; married 15 Jun 1957 Robert "Bob” Snider]

Marolyn A. Snider, 67, Ozark, passed away Tuesday, September 2, 2008, in Ozark Riverview Manor after a long illness. She was born September 15, 1940, in Bruner, to Clell and Glessie "Pauline” (Gann) Farwell. On June 15, 1957, she was united in marriage to Robert "Bob” Snider, and to this union two sons, Marty and Scottie, were born. She was preceded in death by her parents; and one son, Marty Lee Snider. Marolyn is survived by her husband of 51 years, Bob; one son, Scottie Snider and wife, Pam of Ozark; a daughter-in-law, Sandy Girth and her husband, Ron of Rogersville; four grandchildren, Shawna Brueggemann and husband, Jared of Highlandville, Erin Long and husband, Heath of Ozark, and Letesha Girth and Kyle Girth, both of Rogersville; two great-grandchildren, Ashlyn and Riley Long; one sister, Vivian Clinton of Ozark; several other relatives and too many friends to count. She loved and enjoyed the company of family and friends. She also enjoyed the ladies bible study group that she started for Victory Baptist Church, where she had been a member for many years. She loved playing the piano and was a member of the Red Hatters Club. She was also a member of the Ozark TOPS Club. She loved traveling, fishing and camping with her family and friends. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, September 6, 2008, in Barnes Family Funeral Home, Ozark, with Pastor Bob Long officiating. Burial will follow in Hopedale Cemetery. Visitation will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, in the funeral home.

 

Snider, Marty Lee 4 Sep 1959 - 17 Oct 1991 OH 24 Oct 1991

[Note: Son of Robert “Bob” & Marolyn A. (Farwell) Snider; married Sandra McHaffie]

Marty Snider, 32, Ozark, died Thursday, Oct. 17, 1991 in Cox Medical Center South, Springfield, from injuries sustained in an automobile accident. He was born Sept 4, 1959 in Springfield to Bob and Marolyn Farwell Snider. He had been an auto mechanic in the Ozark area for several years and a member of Victory Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife, Sandra, of the home; his parents, Bob and Marolyn Snider, Ozark; a son, Kyle and a daughter, Shawna, of the home; a brother, Scottie, Ozark; his grandmother, Pauline Farwell, Ozark; his grandmother, Pauline Farwell, Ozark; his mother-in-law, Marjorie Williams, Republic; his father-in-law, Jerry McHaffie, Bruner; and a host of friends and relatives. Services were held Sunday in Harris Colonial Chapel with the Revs. Jerry Cox and Hubert Swearengin officiating. Burial was in Hopedale Cemetery. A memorial has been established for his children, Shawna and Kyle. Those who wish to make donations may do so in care of Ozark Bank, P. O. Box 220, Ozark, 65721.

 

Snider, Mary Ann (James) 4 Jan 1884 - 23 Jun 1968 CCR 27 Jun 1968 p8

[Note: Daughter of  Adam Francis & Mary Frances (Watts) James; married  10 Dec 1899 Joseph Franklin Snider 13 Sep 1868 - 18 Mar 1941]

Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Ann Snider, 84, life-long resident of Sparta, were at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Church of Christ at Sparta with the Rev. Tom Smith officiating, Burial was in Sparta Cemetery under the direction of Harris of Ozark. Mrs. Snider, a member of the Sparta Church of Christ, died at 1:05 a.m. Sunday at St. John’s Hospital, Springfield. She is survived by three sons, W. N., Francis G. and Wayne, all of Springfield; three daughters, Mrs. Belle Scott, Mount Vernon, Mrs. Neal Whitmore, Ozark, Mrs. Rachel Pigg, Springfield; one sister, Mrs. Dove Shipman, Bruner; 21 grandchildren; 34 great grandchildren and two great, great grandchildren.

 

Snider, Mearl  (Graham) 25 Mar 1883 - Aug 1973 OH 16 Aug 1973 p8

[Note: Daughter of Joseph A. & Henrietta (Mounts) Graham; married 5 Apr 1903 Jacob A. Snider  27 Feb 1876 - 18 May 1948]

Funeral services for Mrs. Mearl G. Snider, 90, Kansas City, were held at 1 p.m. Friday in the Harris Chapel with the Rev. L. E. Reynolds officiating. Burial was in Ozark Cemetery/ Mrs. Snider, a resident of Ozark until 1921, had resided in Kansas City until July 28, when she returned to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Gerald Hayes of Ozark. She was a member of the First Methodist Church of Ozark. Survivors, in addition to Mrs. Hayes, include a son, Joe, St. Louis; two brothers, Seth Graham, Fayetteville, Ark. and Nile Graham, Kansas City; two sisters, Mrs. Meda Edsel and Mrs. Lena Whitacre, both of Kansas City; a granddaughter and two great grandsons.

 

Snider, William Newton “Newt” 29 Oct 1901 - 29 Oct 1982 OH 4 Nov 1982 p9

[Note: Son of  Joseph Franklin & Mary Ann (James) Snider; married 10 Apr 1924 Elsie Mae Hull 24 Oct 1905 - 3 Nov 1954; married 20 Dec 1957 Nettie Brown; married 16 Sep 1974 Irene Morris]

Services for William Newton Snider, 80, Springfield , were held Nov. 1 in Ayre-Goodwin Chapel with the Rev. Joe Lafferty officiating. Burial was in Bruner Cemetery east of Sparta. Mr. Snider died Oct. 29 in the emergency room at Cox Medical Center at Cox Medical Center after apparently suffering a heart attack. Survivors include his wife, Irene; four sons, Frank and Gene, both of Springfield, Jerry, Joplin, and Jack, Claremore, Okla; three brothers, Joe Humble and Francis, both of Sparta and Wayne, Springfield; two sisters, Mrs.  Rachel Pigg, Rogersville and Mrs. Belle Scott, Mountain Vernon; 12 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren.

 

Snodgrass, Arlin Kent 15 Jan 1942 - 31 Aug 2002  CCH-N 25 Sep 2002

[Note: Son of Joseph Arlin & Marjorie (Edwards) Snodgrass; married 1964 Zona Kay Monger]

Arlin Kent Snodgrass, 60, Bolivar, died Aug. 31, 2002, after waging a valiant and courageous battle with lung cancer. Snodgrass was born Jan. 15, 1942, to Joseph Arlin and Marjorie Edwards Snodgrass in Elkland. In 1959, he was a member of the last class to graduate from Elkland High School. As a young man, showing animals at the Ozark Empire Fair and at local county fairs was one of his favorite pursuits, which he continued with his children in the showing of dairy cattle. In 1964 he married to Zona Kay Monger of Ozark. Snodgrass worked at night in the data processing department of Union National Bank to finance his college education, graduating from Southwest Missouri State College with degrees in animal science, math and science. He continued to work at Union National for a time, then was employed in research with Genetically Controlled Prize Swine Producers Inc., the Greene County Health Department, and Frisco. In 1969, Kent and Kay Snodgrass moved to Bolivar where they made their home and raised their children, Jan and David. He was branch manager of Production Credit Association, now known as Farm Services Administration, for many years. In 1974 he began working two jobs, salesman for M&M Farm Center and teacher at Fair Grove of classes for Vietnam veterans, so that Kay could return to college. A member of First Christian Church, Bolivar, Snodgrass served as a trustee, former board chairman and chairman of the church building committee, as well as serving on the Polk County Fair Board and other community activities. Snodgrass is survived by his wife, Kay; his children, Jan and Steve Norton of Nixa and David Snodgrass and Lori Wells of Bolivar; his grandchildren, Doran Snodgrass, Emily Wells, Laney, Stephanie, and Britni Norton; his mother, Marjorie Snodgrass of Elkland; his brother and wife, Burnie and Marilyn Snodgrass of Springfield; his mother-in-law, Dorothy Monger of Ozark; his brother-in-law, Mike Monger, and his wife, Helen, of Phillipsburg; his nephew, Joe Snodgrass; his nieces and their husbands, Michelle and Larry Winfree of Springfield and Brian and Angela Gier o£ Ft. Worth, Texas; many cousins and friends. Services were held Sept. 4, in the First Christian Church, Bolivar, under the direction of Butler Funeral Home. Memorial contributions may be made to the First Christian Church Building Fund in care of Nancy McMillan, 1520 S. Olive Ave., Bolivar Mo. 65613.

 

Snodgrass, Donnie 2 Apr 1937 - 28 Jan 1938 CCR 3 Feb 1938 p4

[Note: Son of Rex & Edna (Hogan) Snodgrass]

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Snodgrass, Ronnie 2 Apr 1937 - 30 Jan 1938 CCR 3 Feb 1938 p4

[Note: Son of Rex & Edna (Hogan) Snodgrass]

Ronnie and Donnie, the nine month old twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Snodgrass of 1719 W. Calhoun St., Springfield, died at the home of pneumonia on Friday morning, Jan. 28, and Sunday night, Jan. 30. Ronnie was buried Friday and Donnie Monday. They are survived by their parents, three brothers, Jackie Lou, Doye and Leroy and one half-brother, Forrest Penn. Burial was made under the direction of the Wilburn Maples Funeral Home of Clever. [MO DC says buried Halltown, MO]

 

Snodgrass, Edward 8 Sep 1921 - 5 Jan 1982 OH 7 Jan 1982 p9

[Note: Son of Ulmon & Lora Mildred (Fugitt) Snodgrass; married Mary Jane]

Services for Edward Snodgrass, 60, Springfield, were held Jan. 5 in Glendale Baptist Church with the Revs. Thomas McClain and Hubert Fugitt officiating. Burial was in National Cemetery under the direction of Greenlawn Funeral Home South. Mr. Snodgrass died Jan. 1 at his home following a long illness. Survivors include his wife, Mary Jane; one son, Phillip, Springfield; one stepson, Gary Lee Martin, with the U.S. Navy in Lemoore, Calif.; two daughters, Mrs. Barbara Hagman, Crete, Ill. and Mrs. Judy Naegler, Springfield; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Marcia Nash, Springfield and Mary Beth Martin, Ozark; one sister, Mrs. Betty Hanks, Springfield; and seven grandchildren.

 

Snodgrass, Hildreth 9 Mar 1924 - 6 Jul 1935 CCR 11 Jul 1935 p1

[Note: Daughter of Naith & Rosie (Johnson) Snodgrass - mother‘s first name hard to read on MO DC; ]

Funeral services for Hildreth Snodgrass, the 11-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Naith Snodgrass of 623 South Robinson, in Springfield, whose death occurred Saturday morning, July 6, in the Springfield hospital, were held at 3 o’clock Sunday afternoon at the Cross Roads church, conducted by Rev. Allmus of Aurora, with burial in the Wright cemetery under the direction of the Wilburn Maples Funeral Home of Clever. Beside the parents, she is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Ada Feller, Mrs. Cuma Bradley, both of Aurora, and Miss Pauline Snodgrass, and two brothers, Howard and Clifford, of the home.

 

Snodgrass, Lora Mildred (Fugitt) 10 Dec 1904 - 1 May 1947 CCR 8 May 1947 p1

[Note: Daughter of Jeff & Ellen (  ) Fugitt; married 15 Dec 1920 Ulman Snodgrass]

Mrs. Lora Mildred Snodgrass was born Dec. 10, 1904, near Clever, Mo., the daughter of Jeff and Ellen Fugitt. She passed away May 1, 1947, at the Burge hospital in Springfield. She was united in marriage to Ulman Snodgrass on Dec. 15, 1920, and to this union were born three children. One child preceded her in death. She was converted at an early age and united with the Union Ridge Baptist church. When she moved to Springfield in 1927, she placed her membership with Immanuel Baptist church. Surviving are her husband, Ulman; one son, Edward Snodgrass, and one daughter, Betty Hanks, both of Springfield; two grandchildren; three brothers, Dewey and Lennie Fugitt of Springfield and Hubert of Stotts City, Mo. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon in the Immanuel Baptist Church with Rev. Floyd Hanks officiating. Burial was in the Rock Prairie cemetery near Halltown under direction of Maples of Clever.

 

Snodgrass, Monroe 22 Apr 1844 - 21 Oct 1931 CCR 29 Oct 1931 p5

[Note: Son of Thomas & Caroline (Marlow/Moore) Snodgrass - MODC gives mother‘s name as Caroline Marlow; several World Connect files by Bourne say it was Caroline Moore; married 23 Jul 1866 Mary Margaret Tatum;  married Sarah Seals; married Sarah Brownlow Herrell  11 Feb 1858 - 27 Dec 1942; father of with first two wives (unsure which for each one) - Hildredth Little Joe Snodgrass c1868 - ?; Thomas S. Snodgrass 14 Feb 1873 - 5 Apr 1945; Jonathan Snodgrass c1873 - ? Lou Snodgrass ; children with Sarah Herrell - Rufus R. Snodgrass 11 Feb 1878 - 3 Jul 1961; Newton L. “Newt” Snodgrass Jul 1884 - ?; William Sherman Snodgrass 1 Nov 1885 - 30 Aug 1951;   Maude Ethel (Snodgrass) Cook;. Meldia Ann (Snodgrass) Fugitt 25 Jan 1889 - 19 Aug 1966; Nathan Monroe Snodgrass 15 Apr 1894 - ?]

Funeral services for Monroe Snodgrass, aged 87, who died at his home six miles southeast of Clever early Wednesday morning, Oct. 21, were held at the Cross Roads Church at 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 22, with Rev. Barrett of Marionville officiating. Burial was made in the Wright cemetery under direction of Wilburn Maples Funeral Home of Clever. He is survived by his wife and eight children.

 

Snodgrass, Rosa Mae (Seals) 23 Dec 1877 - 8 Feb 1948 CCR 19 Feb 1948

[Note: Daughter of Greenberry & Martha (Willoughby) Seals; married 19 Mar 1893 CCM Thomas “Tom” Snodgrass 1872 - 5 Apr 1945

Rosa Snodgrass was born December 23, 1876, and departed this life February 8, 1948 at the age of 71 years, one month and 15 days. She was converted many years ago and joined the Church of God at Mansfield, where she was a member at the time of her death. Her husband, Tom Snodgrass, preceded her in death April 5, 1945. She is survived by three children; Paul of Omaha, Nebr., Mrs. Frances Barnett of Modesto, Calif., and Tom Seals of Springfield; five sisters and two brothers; Mrs. Tillie Rutledge, Mrs. Lizzie Wells and Mrs. Edna Brown, all of Springfield, Mo., Mrs. Cordia Nokes of Arkansas and Mrs. Lula Galloway of Los Angeles, Calif., Charley Seals of Nixa and John Seals of California; 17 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren, besides other relatives and a host of friends to mourn her passing. Funeral services were held Sunday at 1:30 in the Nixa Baptist Church with Rev. R.C. Harding officiating. Burial was made in the Glenn cemetery under direction of Maples Funeral Home of Clever.

 

Snodgrass, Rufus R. 11 Feb 1878 - 3 Jul 1961      CCR 13 Jul 1961 p1

[Note: married Letha R. Pruitt  20 Feb 1888 - 26 Jun 1944]

Services for Rufus R. Snodgrass, 83, of 3133 West State, Springfield, who died Sunday at Redlands, Calif. were held at 2 p.m. Saturday in Harris Chapel in Nixa with the Rev. Perry Cousins officiating. Burial was in McConnell Cemetery.

 

Snodgrass, Sarah Brownlow (Herrell) 11 Feb 1858 - 27 Dec 1942 CCR 31 Dec 1942 p1

[Note: married 1878 Monroe Snodgrass]

Sarah Brownlow Herrell was born Feb. 11, 1858, in Tennessee and departed this life Dec. 27, 1942, at the home of a son at 649 N. Franklin, Springfield. She was 84 years, 11 months and 15 days of age. She came with her parents to Missouri when just a girl, locating at Forsyth, MO. She was married to Monroe Snodgrass at the age of 20 years, and to this union were born four sons and two daughters: Newt of Illinois, Sherman and Nathan of Springfield, Rufus of Republic, Mrs. Maude Cook of Billings, and Mrs. Meldia Fugitt of Clever, MO. She professed faith in Christ in her forties and joined the Christian church at Jamesville, MO, later uniting with the Church of God at Kimberling and was a member at the time of her death. She was a good and faithful mother and will be greatly missed by all. Those who survive her are, five children, one sister, 42 grandchildren, 29 great-grandchildren, other relatives and a host of friends. Funeral services were held at 2 o’clock Monday at the Cross Roads church, conducted by Rev. J.F. Allman of Aurora, with burial in the Wright cemetery under direction of the Wilburn Maples Funeral Home.

 

Snodgrass, Thomas “Tom” 14 Feb 1873 - 5 Apr 1945 CCR 12 Apr 1945 p4

[Note: Son of  Monroe & Sarah (Seals) Snodgrass; married Rosa Mae Seals 23 Dec 1877 - 8 Feb 1948]

Funeral services for Tom Snodgrass were held Tuesday afternoon in the Nixa Christian church conducted by Rev. R.C. Harding. Mr. Snodgrass passed away Thursday, April 5, at his home in Springfield. Surviving are his wife, Rose; one son, Paul of Omaha, Neb.; one foster son, Tom Seale of Springfield; one daughter, Mrs. Frances Barnett of Modesto, Calif.; five brothers, Sherman and Rufe of Republic, Mo., Newt of Kansas, Nathan and Lou of Springfield; and two sisters, Mrs. Lemon Fugitt and Mrs. Will Cook, both of Clever. Burial was made in the Glenn cemetery under direction of Wilburn Maples Funeral Home of Clever.

 

Snook, Artleira (Osburn) 5 Mar 1889   - 5 Mar 1972 CCR 9 Mar 1972 p4 & OH 9 Mar 1972 p4

[Note: Daughter of  Thomas Gerome & Mary Ann (Stubbs) Osburn; married  Henry Snook 2 Feb 1876 - 7 Oct 1947]

Mrs. Artleira Snook, 83, of Sparta, died at 5:30 p.m. Sunday at the home of a son, Kenneth of Sparta, following a long illness. Mrs. Snook, a lifelong resident of Sparta, is survived by her son and a granddaughter, Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Adams Chapel, Ozark, with Jack Richardson officiating. Burial was in Monger Cemetery.

 

Snook, Billie J. 18 Oct 1929 - 25 Oct 2001  CCH-N 7 Nov 2001

[Note: Son of John F. & Blanche (Haddock) Snook; married 21 May 1949 Bonnie Mae Smith ? - 10 Feb 1995]

Billie J. Snook, age 72, of Monett, Missouri, passed away Thursday, October 25, 2001, in Cox Medical Center South, Springfield, Missouri. He was born October 18, 1929, in Pierce City Missouri, the son of John F. and Blanche Haddock Snook. On May 21, 1949, he was united in marriage to Bonnie Mae Smith, who preceded him in death on February 10, 1995. He was preceded in death by his parents. Billie is survived by one son, Robert Snook and his wife, Iciminda of Ozark; two daughters, Jo Ann Charles of Springfield and Brenda Snook of Monett; one brother, Bob Snook and his wife, Bertha of Republic; six grandchildren and one great-grandson. During the Korean War Billie served with the United States Air Force. In 1966 he moved to Exeter, Missouri from Butler, Missouri. He then resided in Springfield for a while and in 1978 moved to Monett to make his home. He was employed as parts manager with G.M.C. Automotive many years, from which he retired. He was a member of Exeter First Baptist Church and was a past deacon. Graveside services were held at 2 p.m. October 28, 2001, in Maplewood Cemetery, Exeter, Missouri, under direction of Fohn Funeral Home, Cassville, Missouri. Pastor Doug Richey conducted the services.

 

Snook, Henry 2 Feb 1876 - 7 Oct 1947 CCR 16 Oct 1947 p1

[Note: Son of  Bernice & Jessie Luetta (Morrison) Harville, according to Chaffin Funeral Home ; Record - Surnames of parents do differ from his; Son of James & Sarah (Earnshaw) Snook according to MO DC; married 1 Jan 1914 Artelia Osburn 5 Mar 1889   - 5 Mar 1972]

Funeral services for Henry Snook, 71, who died Oct. 7 at his home at Sparta, were held Thursday, Oct. 9, in the Sparta Church of Christ, conducted by Bro. Weatherwax. Burial was in Monger cemetery under direction of the Chaffin Funeral Home. In 1914, he was married to Artelia Osburn, and he is survived by the widow and two children, Kenneth and Ruby, both of the home. Another son, Clyde, preceded him in death in 1920. Other survivors include one half-brother, George Snook, of Laurel, Iowa, and two sisters, Mrs. Edna Davenport of Farrar, Iowa, and Mrs. Minnie Perry of Des Moines, Iowa. He united with the Church of Christ at the age of 39 and remained a member until his death.

 

Snook, Kenneth 26 Mar 1917 - 4 Oct 1978 OH 12 Oct 1978 p13

[Note: married 24 Aug 1965 Maggie Thelma Adams]

SPARTA - Services for Kenneth Snook, 61, Sparta, were at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Oldfield Church of Christ with Herle Gardner officiating, Burial was in Old Boston Cemetery under the direction of Adams of Ozark. Mr. Snook died Wednesday morning in St. John’s Hospital, Springfield, after a short illness. He was a member of the Springfield Church of Christ and was a lifelong Christian County resident. He was a livestock artificial inseminator for Midwest Breeders Association and a farmer. Survivors include his wife, Thelma; and a daughter, Miss Linda Fay Snook, of the home.

 

Snow, Charles Edward 3 Mar 1898 - 22 Jul 1985 OH 1 Aug 1985 p5

[Note: Son of Peter Michael & Elizabeth “Bettie” (Yount) Snow; married 23 Apr 1930 Maude Mae Lakey 11 Aug 1900 - 5 May 1990 who married first Isaac Pruitt; Maude, daughter of Levi & Henrietta (Stillings) Lakey]

Services for Charles Edward Snow, 87, Billings, were held July 25 in Ayre-Goodwin Chapel, Springfield, with the Rev. Paul Reed officiating. Graveside services were held in Stillings Cemetery near Ava with Rev. Hobo Applegate officiating. Mr. Snow died July 22 in St. John’s Regional Health Center, Springfield, following a long illness. A native and longtime resident of Ava, he moved to Billings about three years ago. He was a retired farmer and veteran of World War I. Survivors include his wife, Maude; two sons, Herbert, Wichita, Ken.: and Bruce, Billings; three stepsons, Orville and Jay Pruiett, both of Billings and Junior B. Pruiett, Springfield; a stepdaughter, Bertie Nelson, Elkhead; a sister, Vivien Votaw, San Marcos, Texas; and several grandchildren and great grandchildren

Snow, Ethel Grace (Klassen) 2 Aug 1922 - 22 Aug 2011 SN-L 24 Aug 2011 & CCH-N 31 Aug 2011 & AdamsFH

[Note: Daughter of Peter & Mary (Ebel) Klassen; married 17 Nov 1954 Kenneth L. Snow]

Ethel G. Snow, age 89, of Ozark, passed away Monday, August 22, 2011. She was born August 2, 1922 in Medford, Oklahoma, the daughter of Peter and Mary (Ebel) Klassen. On November 17, 1954 she and Kenneth L. Snow were united in marriage. Ethel was a member of First Baptist Church of Ozark. Her service to the Lord and her prayer life were most important to her. She played the organ and enjoyed listening to music. Ethel loved her family and especially enjoyed spending time with her grandson. Survivors include: her son, Rick Snow and wife Michelle, Ozark; a step-son, Ronald Snow and wife Mary, Ozark; a grandson, Lance Snow, St. Joseph; a sister, Lois Murray and husband Dale, Wichita, Kansas; a brother, John Klassen and wife Janice, Springfield; nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband Kenneth in 2002; and three brothers, Wesley, Eugene, and Robert Klassen. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Thursday, August 25, in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark. Burial will follow in Rivermonte Memorial Gardens, Springfield. Visitation will be from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Wednesday in the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to The Baptist Home in Ozark.

 

Snow, Kenneth L. 28 May 1916 - 14 Nov 2002  CCH-N 20 Nov 2002

[Note: Son of George & Maude (  ) Snow; married 1937 Wilda Alcorn who died 1954; married second Ethel Klassen

Imogene Bennett in researching this family has determined that Maude was Lily Maude Cloud. She married George Snow in Greene County, Missouri 23 December 1901 Marriage Record O:125]

Kenneth L. Snow, age 86, of Ozark, formerly of Nixa, passed from this life at 4:08 PM. Thursday, November 14, 2002 at The Baptist Home. He was born May 28, 1916 in Galloway, Missouri, the son of George and Maude Snow. He was married in 1937 to Wilda Alcorn who preceded him in death in 1954. His parents and a sister, Lois Hodge also preceded him in death. He later married Ethel Klassen. Kenneth worked in the plumbing and heating and propane gas business until retirement in 1978. He gave his life to the Lord in 1952 and was a member of First Baptist Church of Ozark. Kenneth loved his family and was an adamant fisherman. He had in the past helped the Nixa Sucker Day event by taking care of maintenance on the fry cookers for the event. Kenneth was well liked in the Nixa Community and will be greatly missed. Survivors include: His wife, Ethel, of the home; two sons, Ron Snow and his wife Mary, and Rick Snow and his wife Michelle; and a grandson, Lance Snow, all of Ozark. Funeral services were 10 a.m. Monday in Adams Funeral Home, Nixa, with Rev. Jim Jeffries officiating. Burial followed in Rivermonte Memorial Gardens, Springfield.

 

Snow, Malinda (Main) 1 May 1852 - 2 Oct 1929 CCR 10 Oct 1929

[Note: Daughter or Rev. ? & ? ( ) Main - father’s name on MO DC very hard to read; married 26 Apr 1871 Elder Orin Francis Snow  25 Aug 1845 - 23 Jan 1936]

Mrs. Malinda Main Snow was born in Delaware county Ohio on July 30th, 1852 and departed this life at the family home near Bluff, Missouri on October 2nd, 1929 at the age of 77 years, 2 months and 2 days. She was converted at the age of 21 years and was active in church word during her entire lifetime. In her conversation and letters to her children, she always made mention of her allegiance to her Lord in whom she put her trust. She was married to Elder O. F. Snow on April 26th, 1871. To this union were born: Hosea L. who preceded her in death but a few days; Mrs. Blanche Davis of Drexel, Missouri and Mrs. Ella Cook of Springfield. Besides the husband and two daughters, she is survived by four brothers and one sister; eight grandchildren; five great grandchildren and a host of friends. She was a devoted wife, a loving and dutiful mother, a strong Christian character and honored by all who knew her. The funeral services were held form the First Christian church in Ozark on Friday, October 4th at 2 p.m. with Rev. Gaylor of Springfield officiating. Burial was made in the Ozark cemetery under the direction of T. B. Chaffin.

 

Snow, Orin Francis 25 Aug 1845 - 23 Jan 1936 CCR 30 Jan 1936 p2

[Note: Son of Herkemer & Elmina (Littlefield) Snow; married 1870 Malinda Main 1 May 1852 - 2 Oct 1929]

Orin Francis Snow, son of Herkamer and Elmina Snow, was born near the town of Huntington, Loraine county, Ohio, Aug. 15, 1845, and passed away at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Henry Davis, in Drexel, Mo., at 6:30 a.m. Jan 23., 1936, at the age of 90 years, four months and 28 days. In 1870 he was married to Malinda Main of Westfield, Delaware county, Ohio, and shortly after their marriage he established a home near St. John, Mich. Three children were born of this union, one, Hosea Lee, having passed on to his reward at Kansas City, Aug. 12, 1929; Mrs. Henry Davis of Drexel, Mo., and Mrs. Ella Dean Cook of Urbana, Mo., who survive. Also, eight grandchildren and nine great grandchildren and a cousin, Mrs. George Lentz of Holden, Mo., besides a host of friends. He, with his wife and two children, came to Cass county, Mo., from St. John, Mich., and settled on a farm near Main City, where Ella Dean was born. Elder Snow was educated as a minister for the United Brethren church for which he served faithfully for 20 years, having preached the first sermon in the old Maple Grove Schoolhouse. After the discontinuing of the church in this district, he united with the Christian church at Archie, Mo. In September, 1895, he, with his wife and daughter, Ella Dean, moved to Christian county, Mo., where he took up some government land and there he preached the Christian faith for 30 years. After the death of his loved companion, at Ozark, Mo., Oct. 2, 1929, he came to Drexel, Mo., in April of the following year and has spent the remainder of his days with his daughter, Mrs. Henry Davis, who has done all in her power to comfort him and bless him in his declining years. Brother Snow was a man of sterling character and loved by all who knew him, for he always had a cheerful word and a smile for everyone. He believed so fully in the inspired words of Paul, that even when he was hardly able to walk, and sometimes falling as a little child on the way, felt he could not neglect the assembling of himself with the brethren of the House of God that he might be an example and receive strength for himself. During the last few weeks of his life he spoke often of his readiness to occupy the mansion which is prepared for him and we who knew him best believe from his character and manhood and the wisdom of God that he is like the Apostle Paul, he has fought the good fight, and has finished his course, and has kept the Faith, henceforth there is laid up for him a crown of righteousness which the Lord, the Righteous Judge, shall give unto him. Servant of God, well done! Thy glorious warfare’s past; The battle’s fought, the race is won, And thou art crowned at last. The funeral services were held at the Christian church, Friday afternoon at 2:30, conducted by Elder H.A. Pfost, assisted by Rev. H.A. Mitchell and Rev. D.J. Snyder. All the churches in town were represented in singing the beautiful old time songs which Elder Snow loved. J.B. Hays, undertaker in charge, left Saturday morning, Jan. 25, with the body and the family for Ozark, Mo., where the remains will be laid beside his companion in the Ozark City Cemetery. The loved ones have the sympathy of the community in the loss of this good father.

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