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Elizabeth Snyder Keeling
May 28, 2023
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She always said there is always room for one more, now heaven has found room for one more.
Elizabeth Snyder Keeling (nee Wilson) of Hanover passed away at her home in McVean Lodge, on the morning of May 28, 2023 surrounded by family in her 92nd year.
Predeceased by son Bob, spouses Dan Snyder and Dalton Keeling and sister Carolyn Shaw. Loving and devoted mother of Jim (Dianne) Snyder of Elmwood, Ruth Hawke of Port Elgin, George (Patti) Snyder of Brooks AB, Ralph (Cindy) Snyder of Alliston, Betty (Jo) Wannet of Brentwood Bay BC, Stuart (Kristine Rasmussen) Snyder of Chesley. Cherished Grand and Great Grandmother to 30 grand treasures and many informally adopted others like Debbie. Special memories with the families of Gord Cook, and Bob Irwin.
Remembered for her love and positivity, Liz will be dearly missed by all who knew her. Liz’s family asks that she be remembered for the joy she brought to others, not the sadness of her passing. She loved and was loved by 52 descendants. She stopped at 52 so everyone would know she was playing with a full deck.
A special thank you to Rev. Herb Klaehn, Kate, Janet and all the staff at Mcvean Lodge, Doctors Paul McArthur and Rachel Kieffer.
A celebration of life lived and loved fully will be held at Klages Mill & Garden in Chesley on Saturday June 3, 2023 and the family will receive friends there from 1-4pm. Ceremony will begin at 2:30pm.
Memorial donations to the Parkinson’s Society would be appreciated as expressions of sympathy.