Most children can say that their mothers are loving, supportive individuals. My mother, Diana Sue Snodgrass was not just a wonderful mother, she was my best friend as well. With all my time traveling in Africa and in other international countries, I have experienced life lessons that were extremely trying. Such life lessons were made possible to overcome because I always knew my mother would sooth my mind, nourish my body, and replenish my soul. My mother and I had many similarities that we shared together. We both strived to help others and did so with love and compassion. She loved being around people and made friends easily. She shared her passion for people by helping others through the many different service clubs she took part in, in Junction, Texas.
Diana Snodgrass was also an incredibly strong individual. After loosing a daughter and two separate husbands to heart failure she was still able to be a rock for her two surviving daughters Jessica Compton and Boanna Owens. Youngest Daughter, Boanna,, denotes her love for the outdoors in large part to her mother. Growing up, the family would go camping and it was then that they all shared their passion for nature and animals. At her home in Junction, Diana loved to watch the many deer forage on her land and she also found joy in watching the turkey dance around in the yard.
Diana Snodgrass will be deeply missed by surviving daughter and best friend, Boanna Owens. She will also be missed by close friends and family. Childhood friend, Barbara Wiseman will have a missing link from her heart. The aura of passion, support and love will burn out and that presence will be notedly missed by many.
Family would like to thank first and foremost Barbara Wiseman who stood by Diana's side up until the very end. Family would also like to give their gratitude to all the amazing individuals who have visited, helped with and loved Diana Sue Snodgrass. Particularly the family would like to thank Tom, Linda and Ford Johnson, Frank and Kay Randolph, Kristen Martinez, Beverly McAllister, Peaches and Ed Savage and members of the Junction Presbyterian Church. All those who feel compelled to give monetary support to the family can donate funds at First State Bank in Junction, Texas. All donations will go towards memorial arrangements. Memorial services will be held Monday, June 29th at 3pm. Services will take place at First Presbyterian Church in Junction, Texas.
Arrangements are under the direction and personal care of the professionals at Kimble Funeral Home. (325)446-3076
First Presbyterian Church
201 South 11th Street
Junction, TX 76849
Monday, June 29, 2015
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