In memory of
Katherine "Katie" Snodgrass
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In memory of
Katherine "Katie" Snodgrass
Katherine (Katie) Nora Snodgrass, 22 years old, was taken suddenly from this world on January 6, 2016. Though her life was short, she lived it fully, was loved dearly and will be greatly missed. Katie was born on June 27th, 1993 in Littleton, Colorado. She is the beloved daughter of Clark and Beth Snodgrass. A loving and close-knit family, Katie is survived by her parents, Clark and Beth Snodgrass, her sister Rachel, and her brother Daniel. She also leaves her maternal grandmother, Isabelle Deter of Georgia, 16 aunts and uncles, 18 first cousins, 16 second cousins, and a community of friends that deeply loved her. Katie was preceded in death by paternal grandparents, Nora & Mike Snodgrass, and maternal grandfather, Arthur S. Deter, Jr. As a youngster Katie participated in Girl Scouts, swim team, gymnastics, and competitive cheer. In high school she was active in HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America), cross country, cheerleading, and National Honor Society. Katie could do it all! She was well-rounded and was frequently recognized for her outstanding academic achievements. Katie attended McNeil High School in Austin, Texas and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from Texas State Nursing School in May 2015. Katie had a love for life and had a passion for making a difference for others which led her to fulfill her dream of becoming a nurse. Whether it be as a Girl Scout, cheerleader, nurse, or animal rescuer, she always gravitated toward encouraging and supporting others. From the homeless woman to a dying patient, she made people feel valued and went the extra mile to positively impact their lives. She said it best in her own words, "We're all on this Earth together, and it's our job to help each other out!" Katie brought fun and energy to any room she entered. She was known for her radiant smile, quick wit, and a mischievous sense of humor. Although Katie was always up for a new adventure and enjoyed her vacations with her family to Colorado, her absolute favorite place was home with her family and friends. To share your memories and condolences with Katherine (Katie) Nora Snodgrass's family, please visit www.cookwaldenchapelofthehills.com Donations can be made her Katie's memory...Checks made out to Front Steps can be mailed to PO Box 684519, Austin 78768-4519. If the donor notes Katie Snodgrass in the memo, we will be able to let you know about the donations.
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Austin, TX 78750
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In memory of
Katherine "Katie" Snodgrass
Katherine (Katie) Nora Snodgrass, 22 years old, was taken suddenly from this world on January 6, 2016. Though her life was short, she lived it fully, was loved dearly and will be greatly missed. Katie was born on June 27th, 1993 in Littleton, Colorado. She is the beloved daughter of Clark and Beth Snodgrass. A loving and close-knit family, Katie is survived by her parents, Clark and Beth Snodgrass, her sister Rachel, and her brother Daniel. She also leaves her maternal grandmother, Isabelle Deter of Georgia, 16 aunts and uncles, 18 first cousins, 16 second cousins, and a community of friends that deeply loved her. Katie was preceded in death by paternal grandparents, Nora & Mike Snodgrass, and maternal grandfather, Arthur S. Deter, Jr. As a youngster Katie participated in Girl Scouts, swim team, gymnastics, and competitive cheer. In high school she was active in HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America), cross country, cheerleading, and National Honor Society. Katie could do it all! She was well-rounded and was frequently recognized for her outstanding academic achievements. Katie attended McNeil High School in Austin, Texas and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from Texas State Nursing School in May 2015. Katie had a love for life and had a passion for making a difference for others which led her to fulfill her dream of becoming a nurse. Whether it be as a Girl Scout, cheerleader, nurse, or animal rescuer, she always gravitated toward encouraging and supporting others. From the homeless woman to a dying patient, she made people feel valued and went the extra mile to positively impact their lives. She said it best in her own words, "We're all on this Earth together, and it's our job to help each other out!" Katie brought fun and energy to any room she entered. She was known for her radiant smile, quick wit, and a mischievous sense of humor. Although Katie was always up for a new adventure and enjoyed her vacations with her family to Colorado, her absolute favorite place was home with her family and friends. To share your memories and condolences with Katherine (Katie) Nora Snodgrass's family, please visit www.cookwaldenchapelofthehills.com Donations can be made her Katie's memory...Checks made out to Front Steps can be mailed to PO Box 684519, Austin 78768-4519. If the donor notes Katie Snodgrass in the memo, we will be able to let you know about the donations.
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Cook-Walden Chapel of the Hills Funeral Home
9700 Anderson Mill Road
Austin, TX 78750
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