Marjorie Ruth Snodgrass
A memorial service celebrating the life of Marjorie Ruth Snodgrass, formerly of Avondale and Hebron, was held January 25, 2014, at the Jacksontown United Methodist Church, Jacksontown, with Pastor Bob Beyer and Pastor Carol Kirk officiating.
Marjorie, age 80, passed away January 21, 2014, at Licking Memorial Hospital following an extended illness. She was born September 15, 1933, to the late Harry T. and Naomi M. (Bartholomew) Gordon in Texas Township, Crawford County, Ohio.
Marjorie is survived by her loving children, Crystal (Eyler) Larson of Alpharetta, GA, Cheryl (Dan) Yingling of Hebron, Lisa (Tom) Frazier of Pataskala, Margaret Overturf of McKinney, TX, David “Mike” (Renee) Johnson of Crestview, FL, and John (Nancy) Snodgrass II of Newark; daughter from another mother, Kathy (Rodger) Brown of Thornville; two brothers, Ralph Gordon of Chesterville, OH and Richard Gordon of Mt. Vernon; 17 grandchildren; nine great grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, brother, William C. “Arthur” Gordon formerly of Westerville; former husbands, Francis Sutfin, Francis D. “Bill” Johnson and John M. Snodgrass preceded Marjorie in death.
Marjorie loved the Lord her God and was a faithful servant. She was a member of the Jacksontown United Methodist Church, serving as the first female trustee chairperson as well as being choir director for the Chancel Choir for several years. She was a LPN and spent many years working at Licking Memorial Hospital and for Dr. Richard Walters. Taking care of others was a great passion in her life and she always had a tube of “magic salve” on hand for her grandchildren’s boo-boos. She was a member of VFW Post 1338 and Order of Eastern Star.
Marjorie requested memorials be made to the Jacksontown United Methodist Church. Online condolences to the family may be sent via www.bruckerkishlerfuneralhome.com.
“Love one another as God loves you, keep the Commandments and most of all, remember your family. Keep the traditions and always be there for one another. God bless you all and thank you for being a chapter in my life’s story.”