By HDN Staff
Judith Renee Snoddy, 40, died Sunday, Sept. 23, 2001, at a Billings hospital.
Cremation has taken place. Memorial service will be 2 p.m. Friday at the Immanual Baptist Church in Havre with Pastor Tim Burt officiating. Graveside
service will follow at Highland Cemetery. Reception to follow at the Immanual Baptist Church in Havre.
Judith was born March 13, 1961, to the late David L. and Carol M. Snoddy at Garden City, Mich.
Judith loved life, people, and her animals, especially her cat Bonkers. She was a loving mother, sister and friend. Judith dedicated her life to her church and community by being a Sunday school teacher, singing in the church choir, and cooking at the Soup Kitchen in Havre. "Miss Judith" will be deeply missed by all of the children she taught Sunday school to at Immanual Baptist Church.
All who knew and loved her will miss Judith. Judith's smile, twinkle in her eye, and giggle are memories we all will treasure. Judith touched the lives of many in a very special way.
She was preceded in death by her father, David L. Snoddy; maternal grandparents, Guy and Murial Maberry; paternal grandparents, Brett and Genie Snoddy.
Survivors include her son, Jeffrey Scott Enderson, Missoula; mother, Carol M. Snoddy of Helena; sisters, Deborah "Kerry" Brown of Helena and Nancy Kallem of Laurel; twin sister, Rebecca Peterson of Havre; two nieces and five nephews; special friend, Ron Biem.
Memorials may be made to the Salvation Army Soup Kitchen or the Golden Triangle Mental Health Center/Bear Paw House, both in Havre.
Services and arrangements are under the direction of the Holland and Bonine Funeral Home in Havre.