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Betty Lou Snyder

March 20, 1927 — December 9, 2020

Homer City

Betty Lou Snyder, 93 of Homer City, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, December 9, 2020 at the Indiana Regional Medical Center.
She was born on Feb. 20, 1927 in Coral and was the daughter of Frank and Jane (Harris) Kinter.

Betty Lou was a member of the Homer City United Methodist Church, Women’s Club of Homer City, Homer City Senior Citizens, Homer Center Historical Society, the Indiana Chapter of DAR, as well as, involved in the Latrobe Chapter Order of Eastern Star. She was the first person to be inducted into the Senior Citizens Hall of Fame and spent many years volunteering at IRMC, as well as, the Homer City Food Bank.
She was known for working on numerous different sewing and cross stitching projects for family members over the years. She could be seen at the Homer City Methodist Church during Easter season helping with their egg- making project.

Betty Lou married Kenneth Snyder Sr. on November 3, 1949 in which they shared 63 years of marriage until his death on Oct. 22, 2013.

She is survived by her six children: Kenneth and wife, Susan Snyder of Homer City; Vickie and husband, Dennis LaComba, of Terre Haute, IN; James and wife, Joyce Snyder of Smithfield, VA; Brad and wife, Becky Snyder of Indiana; Robin and husband, Phillip Pitzerell, of Homer City; and Debbie and husband, David Bork Sr., of Homer City. She is also survived by her 13 grandchildren, Melissa (Bill) Clark, Todd (Kim) LaComba, Stephanie ( John) Armstrong, Jennifer (Larry) Trujillo, Jill LaComba, Jimmy (Bethany) Snyder, Kristen (Kenny) Terwilliger, David (Tami) Bork Jr., Kenny Snyder, Ryan (Danielle) Malcolm, Megan (Sam) Wiley, Jessica (Josh) Borowitz and Hunter Pitzerell; and 18 great-grandchildren, as well as, a very special friend, Athalene, at Maple Valley.

Betty was proceeded in death by her parents, brothers, Jack, Donald, Frank and her sister, Margaret Jane Opsahl.

A private Entombment at the Oakland Cemetery Mausoleum, Indiana PA, will be held at a later date.

The family would like to send a very special thank you to Maple Valley PCH for all of their love and help for Betty Lou during their shared time together.

Memorial contribution may be made to the Homer City United Methodist Church, PO Box 33, Homer City, PA.15748
Arrangements have been entrusted to Bowser Funeral & Cremation Services.

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