Daisy S. Snowden
She was born Thursday, November 7, 1991, at Windber Medical Center, a daughter of Rodney R. Snowden and Jackie J. (Getz) Snowden of Breezewood.
In addition to her parents, she is survived by her grandmother, Margaret Snowden, of New Paris; brothers and sisters: Jerome Snowden, and fiancé Courtney Fleegle, of Fishertown; Chastity Fraker and husband Dan, of Claysburg; Stacey Snowden, of Everett; Rose Snowden, and boyfriend Rob Wright, of Everett; Bridget Snowden, of Breezewood; and her twin sister, Cora Snowden of Breezewood; aunts and uncles: Peggy Hinson, of Osterburg; Polly Ickes, of Osterburg; Galen and Linda Snowden, of Bedford; Sylvia and Dwayne Lehman, of Houtzdale; Randy and Cindy Snowden of Bedford; Rick and Doris Snowden, of Schellsburg; Kevin Snowden of Ohio; a sister she took on as her own, Heather Lindsay, of Everett and her son, Jason; special friend and boyfriend, Cory Oliver, of Breezewood; a grandfather she took on as her own, Ray Coakley, of Everett; close family friends Dave and Sara Grimm, of Everett; six nieces: Mikayla Getz, Izzabelle Clark, Maria Getz, Jazmin Getz, Gretchen Clark and Lisabeth Helsel; four nephews: John Snowden, Jacob Snowden, Jasson Snowden and Clay Cox; and many loving cousins and friends.
She was preceded in passing by twin brothers, Jack and Joe; a nephew, Teyerone Clark, an uncle, Alfred Snowden, and grandparents Jack and Helen (Rose) Getz and Don Snowden.
She was a member of Jerusalem Christian Church in Warfordsburg and a member of the youth group at the Rehoboth Church.
She was a graduate of Everett Area High School, Class of 2011 and presently attended classes at Hiram G. Andrews Center in Johnstown where she studied culinary arts. She first worked in the laundry at the Ramada Inn in Breezewood, and then at the Holiday Inn Express and also worked as a cafeteria assistant at Mann Monroe Elementary School.
She enjoyed camping with her family, was a talented artist who enjoyed sketching with pencil, reading her daily devotions and books about wedding planning, and really loved spending time with her cat “Love Bug” and pet dogs, “Skunkers” and “Brownie,” and was a loving daughter, granddaughter, sister and friend who will be truly missed.
Funeral services were held Saturday, October 8, 2011, at 1 p.m., at Jerusalem Christian Church. Pastor John Miller officiated.
Dalla Valle Funeral Chapel in Everett was in charge of arrangements.
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Burial was at Jerusalem Christian Cemetery. Memorial Contributions may be made in memory of Daisy to the funeral home.