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Shirley Snyder

January 31, 1952 ~ January 27, 2024 (age 71) 71 Years Old

Shirley Snyder Obituary

Shirley Ann Snyder, 71, of Whiteville, passed away on Saturday, January 27, 2024. She was born in Whitley County, Indiana, the daughter of the late Carl Winebrenner and the late Phyllis Finch Winebrenner. She formerly worked in the quality assurance department in the automotive industry.

She is survived by her son, Gared Snyder (Bonnie Snyder) of Germany; two daughters, Carrie Billingsley of Conway, SC and Amy Smith-Broadnax (Lorenzo Broadnax) of Fort Wayne, Indiana; two brothers, Terry Winebrenner  and Jerry Winebrenner, both of Indiana; three sisters, Kathy Woodward of Indiana, Lisa Dubea of Indiana and Carol Sue Cardwell of Missouri; eleven grandchildren, Nicole Kinlaw, Cheslea Billingsley, Jake Billingsley (Angel Billingsley), Rayna Lynn Snyder, Clayre Ranay Snyder, Felicity Grayce Snyder, Ashley Haneline, Brandon Johnson, Bradley Johnson, Trisha L. Davis and Latena S. Davis;  nine great grandchildren, Breanna Guardado, Landon Riggs, Joshua Riggs, Sophia Haneline, Phoebe Haneline, Rodney West, Jamari Davis, Jaky Davis and Dawuann Davis McElvene; and on great great grandchild, Justice Smith.

She was preceded in death by her parents; a son, Terry Haneline; a sister, Sharon Slagel; and three brothers, Gary Winebrenner, Randy Winebrenner and Larry Winebrenner.

 

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