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Memorial Visitation: From 4 until 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Beulah Mae Snyder, age 92, of Flora, Illinois, passed away Thursday, April 13, 2017, at Clay County Hospital in Flora.
Beulah was born February 22, 1925, in Xenia, the daughter of Omar and Rosa Ella (Sinclair) Slover. She married Ralph E. Snyder on April 27, 1974, in Flora. He preceded her in death September 7, 1998.
She and Ralph enjoyed traveling and spending time at their home in Florida. They also shared countless hours fishing together. In the past she had been involved in the Clay County Hospital Auxiliary, American Legion Auxiliary, and had attended the First Church of God in Flora.
She is survived by her grandson: Michael (Jenna) Snyder of Flora; stepson: Ronald (Bobbi) Snyder of Salem; stepgrandchildren: Melisa (Jason) Rittenberry of Nashville, Tennessee, Melane Green of Salem, and Marc (Ashlee) Snyder of Centralia; 6 great-grandchildren; 1 great-great grandchild; and a dear friend: Pat Cooper of Flora. She was preceded in death by her husband; parents; and brother: Clifford Slover.
A memorial visitation for friends and family of Beulah Mae Snyder will be held from 4-6 p.m. Wednesday, April 19, 2017, at Frank & Bright Funeral Home in Flora. Memorial donations are suggested to the Clay County Hospital Auxiliary. To share a condolence, please visit www.frankandbright.com.
Beulah was always a joy to serve at Heritage Woods. Loved to hear her stories! She will be missed.
She will be missed . I really enjoyed visiting her at Hertiage ! She always had something funny to say ! Loved that laugh and smile ! RIP Sweet Lady .....
sorry for your loss she was a wonderful lady and will be missed by all who knew her Our deepest Sympathy to your family
Beulah was like family to us. She was friends with our parents when I was young, and many years later she evolved into "Aunt Beulah"and became a part of our family. After Ralph's death she joined us for many holiday dinners (often in charge of the mashed potatoes & gravy). Boy did she love to be social - always willing to go places and visit people. She often made sure to stop and see me when I was home for a visit. I learned from one of her many stories how she became a welder during the war and worked at a job as a real "Rosie the Riveter". I was impressed that this kind and sweet lady was also tough and strong! May she Rest In Peace.
i had the pleasure of seeing Ms Beulah almost every day at work. She was such a character! You never knew what mood she would be in, but she always smiled at me in the end. I have truly missed her. Such a sweet lady. I am so sorry for your loss, and ours.
Great friend of the Etchison Family.
Such a wonderful woman....