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SNYDER | Colorado County Citizen

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Bettie Jo Snyder, 85, of La Grange, passed away peacefully on July 15 at Towers Nursing Facility in Smithville. She was born Dec. 7, 1936, in Seguin to Roy Eugene and Viola Louise (Adcock) Reneau. Bettie married Charles Snyder Apr. 27, 1963 in Seguin. They lifted a son and two daughters. She worked for her father in his poultry small business in advance of turning into a complete-time homemaker. Bettie was a fantastic wife, mom, and homemaker. She always cared for other folks and shared the gospel with absolutely everyone she achieved.

Bettie was a Godly mother who raised her children to enjoy the Lord Jesus Christ. She taught them to put Him very first in their life. Bettie relished attending church on a regular basis and worshiping the One particular who cherished her the most. She also attended bible scientific tests, sang in the church choir, taught Sunday University, and attended a lot of ladies’ situations at her church. Bettie was proud of her spouse and children and cherished them all. She enjoyed heading to different functions for her grandson Cliff Kazmir and granddaughter Kaci Form. She was overjoyed by the additions of her good-granddaughters Savannah Kazmir, Jodi Form, and Kassidy Kazmir.

Bettie is survived by her loving partner Charles Snyder, son Stanley Roy Snyder and wife Aileen of Glidden, daughter Jo Nell Kazmir and partner Gene Kazmir of Sheridan, daughter Pam Snyder of Smithville, sister Ola Baker of Kingsbury, brother Butch Reneau and wife Susie of Seguin, grandson Cliff Kazmir and spouse Stacy of Cedar Creek, granddaughter Kaci Variety of Sheridan and excellent-granddaughters.

Bettie is preceded in demise by both of those her mom and dad Roy Eugene and Viola Louise (Adcock) Reneau of Seguin, in-legislation Dolph Snyder and wife Nellie (Erskine) of Houston, brother-in-law Glenn Baker of Kingsbury, and nephew Dennis Baker.

Visitation and funeral providers had been held at Henneke Funeral Residence in Columbus Tuesday, July 19 with Pastor Stan Rule of Needville officiating. Burial adopted at Odd Fellows Relaxation Cemetery in Columbus. Henneke Funeral Household taken care of the funeral arrangements.

Memorials may possibly be built to Family members Worship Heart, P.O. Box 262550, Baton Rouge, LA 70826-2550.

On the internet condolences may possibly be offered at www.hennekefuneralhome.com.