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1928 - 2018 Obituary Condolences
Viola Mae Snider Obituary
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October 20, 2018

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February 23, 2018
Dear Snider family,

Please accept my sympathies in the name of my Dad, Ben Koenig (deceased 2012). I remember stories of Bob and Vi, as told by my Dad's brother Bill.

If i have my family history correct, Ben and Vi were cousins. My Dad's father was Louis (birth name Alois) Koenig, son of Adolf and Theresa.

Please know that i will keep Viola in my prayers.

Linda Koenig
6162 N Brookline Ave
OKC, OK 73112
February 16, 2018
Dear Snider Family,
Blessings and Prayers to carry you through this sad time. Your mom was an amazing woman who was a very true friend to all, especially my mother Doris. Nice to know they will all be resuming morning coffee after early Mass in their forever home!
Disappointed I will be unable to join you in her celebration of life. With loving thoughts,
Sue Burke
February 15, 2018
She was a great, caring, love & faith filled lady. When my mother was in a rest home, she and Bob went to say the rosary with anyone who might go to the group. I appreciated that so much as well as her friendly greeting and smile.