Snoddy, Betty

Betty June Snoddy

June 16, 1929 - November 25, 2019

Betty June (Story) Snoddy of Allen, Texas passed away on November 25, 2019 at the age of 90. She was born on June 16, 1929 to Alvis Clyde Story and Roberta (Miller) Story in Allen, Texas. Betty graduated from Allen High School. She married Raymond Snoddy on July 1, 1950 in Allen. Betty worked for Texas Instruments in Richardson, Texas for over 25 years. She was a lifetime member of the First Christian Church of Allen.

Betty June is survived by her sons, Bruce Snoddy and his wife, Janice of Austin, Texas, Paul Snoddy and his wife, Cinda of Kingston, Oklahoma; daughter, Denise Snoddy of Murphy Texas; 4 grandchildren, Kris Snoddy and his wife, Aimee of Georgetown, Texas, Linsey Duett and her husband, Clifton of Manor, Texas, Josh Snoddy and his wife, Lauren of Houston, Texas, Angela Middlebrooks and her husband, Ben of Kilgore, Texas; 7 great-grandchildren, Kimber Snoddy, Megan Snoddy, Kylie Duett, Lance Duett, Hadley Middlebrooks, Cason Middlebrooks, and Parker Allen Snoddy; and her brother, Chester Story and his wife, Mickey of Cleburne, Texas; and a host of other loving family and friends.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Raymond Snoddy; daughters, Lisa Dawn Snoddy and Norma Lea Snoddy Holan.

A memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 7, 2019 at the Historic Allen Christian Church, 450 East St. Mary Drive, Allen, Texas 75002.

Memorial donations can be made in Betty June's name to the Allen Heritage Guild.

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Bruce, Paul and Denise, I'm so sorry to hear of June's passing. Fun family memories with ya'll. Warm regards,
Sheri Barnes, December 6, 2019 Some of my fondest memories of Betty June are from my 20s when I lived in Dallas. She would give me free haircuts and perms (dear Lord) and we'd sit around and talk and laugh and have a great time. She introduced me to Elizabeth Arden. Woo-Hoo! She made every get-together an occasion for me. I can hear her laugh right now. Wish I had a moo-moo. Love you, Miss you.
Kathy Honaker, December 6, 2019 I will always remember how sweet and kind June was. She always had a smile and a warm hug for me and I appreciated her welcome every Sunday morning. Kay Drescher, December 3, 2019 We will always have fond memories of June, what a sweet woman she was, gentle and kind. Condolences to the Snoddy family for the Dowers Family. Doreen Dowers- Hubbard, December 1, 2019 My dear, sweet, huggable, most favorite Aunt. Always loved my time with you, our trips, our laughs, our hugs. You always made everyone feel welcome and cared for, no matter the occasion. I will forever hold you in my heart and miss you every day. So glad you’re at peace now. Love you, lady! Colleen and Mac Colleen Jones McAllister, November 27, 2019 She will always be known as Aunt June to me. She was hysterically funny and had the sweetest soul. She passed that on to her children and grand children. Go be among the stars sweet June. Samantha Barrera, November 27, 2019 Love to your family and my prayers too. It’s hard to lose a Mom. I know you will miss her. Bless her and all her sweet family.
Arlene Rogers Powell, November 26, 2019 My thoughts and prayers are with you all. May all of your memories soon turn to treasures of the heart. Sue Berry, November 26, 2019 So so sorry for your loss! Praying for you all.
Karen and Dean Darden , November 26, 2019 I enjoyed the times we spent talking. The Mexican violets you gave me still bloom and the memories of you will live in my heart always. Rest In Peace my witty & kind Betty.
Marlene, November 26, 2019