Kymberley Jo (Snyder) Suchomel (1989 - 2017)

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Service Information
Sunset Hills Memorial Park & Mortuary
24000 Waalew Road
Apple Valley, CA
92307
(760)-247-0155
Obituary

Kymberley Jo
(Snyder) Suchomel
July 31, 1989 - October 9, 2017

Kymberley Jo (Snyder) Suchomel, 28, went to Heaven on October 9th, 2017 and is now with her mom and poppy. She was born in Las Vegas, NV on July 31, 1989 to her parents Scott and Darlene Snyder. The family moved to CA shortly after she was born. In 1992 they moved to Nebraska where they lived until Kymberley was 16 years old. She moved back to CA to live with her Grandma Julie where she graduated from Apple Valley High School in 2007. On August 10, 2013 she married the love of her life, Michael Suchomel and they had a baby girl, Scarlett, on July 31, 2014, sharing her mom's birthday. Kymberley was a loving, caring, compassionate, wife, mother, daughter and granddaughter. She is survived by her husband Michael, daughter Scarlett, father Scott, brother Thom, grandmother Julie Norton, grandparents Allen and Carol Brown, father and mother in law Robert and Andrea Suchomel, several aunts, uncles, cousins, and her two best friends Kelsie McConnell and Casie Barnard. There will be a hole left in our hearts until we see her again. A Celebration of Life will be held on Sunday, October 15th at 2:00 PM at Sunset Hills Memorial Park & Mortuary, 24000 Waalew Rd, Apple Valley. There will be a reception to follow. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the HD Phoenix Foundation in Scarlett's name at hdphoenixfoundation.com.
Published in the Daily Press on Oct. 14, 2017
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