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August 10, 2002

KENNETH SNODGRASS
(5/4/1966 - 7/31/2002)



Kenneth Wayne Snodgrass, 36 of Kirksville, MO died unexpectedly of a heart problem July 31, 2002 at Maquoketa, IA.

He was born April 5, 1966 in Kansas City, MO to Donald Leroy and Bonnie Lee Eads Snodgrass.

He married Linda Kay Scearcy October 16, 1993 at Memphis, MO. He was a laborer. He was a member of the Baptist Church.

Survivors include his wife, Linda and three children; Marcy J., James R., and Nathan W. Snodgrass of Kirksville MO; his mother, Bonnie Lee Snodgrass of Memphis, MO; two brothers, John Snodgrass Hedrick of Kansas City, MO and Christopher Lee Snodgrass of Kirksville, MO; three sisters also survive; Debra Grace Snodgrass of Kirksville, MO, Karen Denise Brown and husband John, of Memphis, MO and Meadena Levrich of Kansas City, MO; Mother-in-law Sharon Scearcy of Charlotte, IA, father-in-law Earl Scearcy and wife of Keosauqua, IA; three nieces Jennifer Craig and husband Thomas, Lisa Snodgrass and fiancÚ Jason Wentworth of Kirksville, MO, Sarah Schultz of Memphis, MO and 2 nephews Tony Schultz and wife Toni and Dustin Albertson of Kirksville, MO; three great-nieces; Stormi, Mehgan and Alexis and one great nephew Lucas, many cousins and friends.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents, his father, and one brother, Richard Aaron Snodgrass.

Funeral services were held August 3 in the Memphis Funeral Home with burial following in the Memphis Cemetery, Memphis, MO. Officiating the service was Rev. John Bowen.

Casketbearers were Dustin Albertson, James Atwater, Thomas Craig, Ted Lancaster, Charles Lewis, Tony Schultz, Brian Shoop, and Jason Wentworth.

A memorial has been established to the Family. Memphis Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.



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