Amy Snapp

Amy L. Snapp

Monday, January 12th, 1970 - Sunday, May 10th, 2020
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Amy L. Snapp, 50, of Quincy, passed away Sunday, May 10, 2020 at home surrounded by her family.
A private graveside service will be held at Lakeview Cemetery in Quincy. A memorial service for Amy will be held at a later date.
Amy was born January 12, 1970 in Coldwater to William Harrison and Nancy Lou (Crapo) Swallow. She graduated from Spring Arbor College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Family Life Education. On May 1, 1992 she married Glenn Snapp, who survives her. Amy and Glenn were members of Lockwood Community Church. Amy’s passion was for children and she had a true calling for their care and education. She served as a Reading Specialist for Pansophia Academy, a daycare director, and the Children’s Ministry Director at Lockwood Church for eight years. She enjoyed scrapbooking, entertaining, and gaming with her friends. She was a caretaker by nature, empathetic with a helpful and adventuresome heart, and will be missed by many. She eagerly anticipated her next great adventure by Jesus’ side.
In addition to her husband Glenn, she is survived by her mother Nancy Swallow of Quincy; her children Kathryn (Zack) Kiehnau of Seward, Alaska, Gabriel Snapp, and Rachel Snapp, both of Quincy; her siblings Cindy (Ray) Conley of Quincy, Susan (Brent) Clock of Coldwater, Diane Swallow of Quincy, Eileen (Derek) Schroeder of Dunedin, Florida, Bill (Barb) Swallow of Quincy; two grandchildren, Lucian and Octavia Kiehnau; and her large, loving, extended family.
She was preceded in death by her father Bill, one infant sister Kathy Swallow, and one grandchild Christina Kiehnau.
Memorial contributions are suggested to ProMedica Hospice and blood donations to the American Red Cross.
Funeral arrangements are entrusted to Dutcher Funeral Home in Coldwater.
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    Lakeside Cemetery
    North Farrand Road
    COLON, MI 49040
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    A private graveside service will take place at a later date.
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Lu Ann Watson

Posted at 11:53pm
I am so sorry to hear about the loss of Amy, I am a fellow Lockwood Christian. Which means I worked with Amy when she was still doing children services. I found her a very uplifting and fun person. I'm very sad that she's gone off this Earth, Sad for her family,the children and Glen. However, if Amy must leave this earth I know that she is walking in Heaven's Gates. She is on the right hand of God,smiling and loving every minute of it. Of course, having no pain at all.May our Lord watch over you, the family, as your broken heart mends.

Jeannette Parshall

Posted at 02:04pm
Our deepest condolences to you Cindy, Susan, Diane, Eileen, Bill and families. I remember when Amy was born.
Sincerely ;
Ed and Jeannette (Thacher) Parshall

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