Nancy Snyder, 1942-2005
September 19, 2005
FORT WORTH, Texas – Nancy Sharon Tilley Snyder died Sunday at home. She was 63.Born Jan. 14, 1942, to the late Lucille Kelly and Rice Matthews Tilley, Snyder was a life-long resident of Fort Worth.
She was a supporter of the arts and many service organizations, including the United Way, Salvation Army, Union Gospel Mission, Cancer Care Services, the YWCA Child Development Center, family and friends say. She is survived by her husband of 36 years, John C. Snyder; children J. Todd Snyder, Dudley R. Snyder and his partner, Alex, and Marcus M. Snyder and his wife, Wesley; brother Rice M. Tilley Jr. and his wife, Sandra; mother-in-law Mary Louise Chesnutt; sisters-in-law Susan B. Tilley and Linda A. Hill; brother-in-law, D.H. Snyder III; nieces and nephews Marisa Hammond, Angela Crates, Lisa Leonard, Matt Tilley, many others, and their spouses; and her four-legged companion, Willie.
The funeral is at 3 p.m., today at McKinney Memorial Bible Church, Dr. Jack Deere officiating. Burial is at Greenwood Memorial Park with pallbearers: Tom Chambers, John Oudt, Jeff Fraley, Jody Grant, Mark Hart, Buzz Kemble, Jimmy McCarroll, Monk White and Wym Van Wyk.Memorials can be sent to Union Gospel Mission, 1321 E. Lancaster Ave., Fort Worth, Texas 76102; Cancer Care Services, 623 S. Henderson St., Fort Worth, Texas 76104; or YWCA Child Development Center, 512 W. Fourth St., Fort Worth, Texas 76102.
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