Virginia E. ‘Ginger’ Snook

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Virginia E. ‘Ginger’ Snook

Virginia E. “Ginger” Snook, was born July 20, 1937 in Iowa City, Iowa to parents Charles and Ruby Melton and went to rest March 13, 2013.

She was married to Wendell  “Smokey” Snook March 24, 1956 and to this union sons, Joseph of Superior and Robert of Phoenix were born.

She was preceded in death by her parents and brothers Robert and infant Franky.

She is survived by husband, Wendell; sons, Joseph and Robert; sister, Joyce Wailes of Mesa; granddaughters, Stacia of Colorado, Anne of Oregon and Wendy of San Tan; grandson, Robert of Phoenix; and 13 great-grandchildren.

She was a member of First Baptist Church of Superior. She enjoyed square dancing, bowling, traveling, painting and many arts and crafts, but most of all her family.

Services will be held Friday, March 22, 2013 at 3 pm at the First Baptist Church of Superior, AZ with interment following at the Fairview Superior Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Hospice of Arizona, 1132 S. Oakland, Mesa, AZ 85206 or Superior Baptist Church.

Please visit www.hansenmortuary.com for online condolences.

July 20, 1937 – March 13, 2013

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