Barb Snyder Obituary, Death – The passing away occurred on March 22, 2022 of Barbara L. Snyder, who had reached the age of 80 years old at the time of her passing. She was born in Cloquet, Minnesota, on June 17th, 1941, and her birthday is the 17th of June. Her parents, Gordon Wendling and Velma (Davis) Benolken, both passed away before she was born. They were both deceased when she was born.

Barbara’s mother, Velma, and Barbara’s stepfather, Ambrose Benolken, were the primary caregivers for Barbara throughout her formative years. Both of their names were combined to create Barbara’s name. When Barbara was in Marshallville, where she had lived for the previous 60 years of her life, some of her favorite things to do to pass the time included doing word puzzles, spending time with her family, and cooking.

Her biological parents as well as her husband, George Sr., passed away in the year 2019, and she was also predeceased by her great-grandchildren Elijah and Hannah Merrill, her sister Audrey Winowiecki, and her sons-in-law, William Crawn and Robert Bennett. She is survived by her sister Audrey Winowiecki. After she had died away, her great-grandchildren Elijah and Hannah Merrill were brought into the world. Her sister Audrey Winowiecki was one of the people who had passed away before she did, along with the other people who had passed away before her.

Her children, who are her survivors, are named Teri Gadfield (David) of Marshallville, Gail Bennett (David) of Doylestown, Susan Crawn (Julie) of Massillon, and George Jr. Snyder (Julie) of Marshallville. In addition, she is survived by her grandchildren Natasha (Dr. Joshua) Merrill, Eden Langston, Eric M. (Christopher Panek) Langston, Kendra Bennett, Amanda (Kevin) Sharrock, and Nikita Snyder.

She also leaves behind her great-grandchild Nikita Snyder. and On Thursday, March 31, 2022, at 11:30 a.m., a memorial service will be held at the Zak-Thacker & Monbarren Funeral Home in Doylestown, Ohio 44230. 132 North Portage Street is the address of the funeral home in question. Rod Grabski, who is also a pastor, will be acting in the role of presider for the event. The funeral and burial will be held at the Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery after the conclusion of the service.