Tammie Lee Snyder

                           Loving Christian Wife, Mother, Daughter, entered Heaven's Gates from an unexpected illness on

                                       January 5, 2008. Married to devoted husband Eric Snyder for 19 years. Also survived by children

                                       Shandie Brooke 14 and Mason Richard 12, parents Rich and Jennie Hardesty of Elk Grove, sister

                                       Kimberly and husband Al Hunt of Elk Grove, and Nephews Chris and John and Niece Sarah Hunt

                                       Also of Elk Grove . Sister in law Laurel Neeland and Niece Abigail, Sister in law Kristin and Husband

                                       Mike Carruth and Nephew Chaz of Penyrn,Mother in law Pauli Ayres of west Sacramento, and Father

                                       in law David Snyder of Colfax. 

                                      A 1987 Graduate of Elk Grove High and member of First Baptist Church of    Elk Grove, former co - owner 

                                       of Tammie's Day Care with her sister for 10 years.  A Member of JC and  Ministries. 

                                        There Will Be A Celebration of Life  January 12th at 11:30 AM  at First Baptist Church of Elk Grove, 

                                        8939  East Stockton Blvd. Elk Grove, CA. 

                                                         Welcome to All, in lieu of flowers  please send donations to  JC and US Ministries.



               At Tammie's Service, the family shared. Mason and Shandie also spoke. This is part of what they said about their Mommy.

MASON - My Mom always had a very good sense of humor. She always had a headline of the three "L'Ss"  "LIVE- LAUGH & LOVE"

I remember the last Christmas break, I went in the car after school and she screamed and started laughing and said you get to see your

best friend Jake. I will always remember that because she always thought of other people first. She was always Loving and Smiling.

When she picked me up from school she always had a smile and when I got in the car she would ask me how my day was and I would hold

 her  hand all the way home. Her last words to me were I Love You and I will never forget the voice she said it in.

 SHANDIE - My Mom was too amazing to describe in words. I loved her so much, and I thanked God for giving her to me. She taught 

 me every important lesson I have learned. And you know what, she will still be teaching me every day of my life. All I have to do is listen

To summarize my mom's most favorite and important things in the whole world, it would be five simple words. Faith, Food, Fun, Friends &

 Family. Absolutely everything she has ever enjoyed fits under these five categories. My mom was a strong Christian woman, she raised

  us to be Firm Followers of Christ.

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           These are just some of the things Tammie's Children had to say about their MOM. PLEASE PRAY FOR THIS FAMILY