Margaret M. Snyder

North Lima – Margaret M. Snyder, 89, died Friday evening at the Hospice House.

She was born May 9, 1925, in Campbell, the daughter of the late Dave (Deszo) Balogh and Mary Vargo Balogh.

She married Lincoln L. Snyder on June 25, 1949 at the Hungarian Reformed Presbyterian Church, Youngstown.

She graduated from Springfield Twp. High School in 1943. At age 18 she began working for 15 years at Dr. H.P. McGregor in North Lima. She worked as a salesperson at Sheely’s Furniture and Appliances for 20 years, retiring at age 75. She then traveled with Sara’s Children on a mission trip to the Ukraine.

She was a member and elder at Mount Olivet UCC where for many years she chaired the annual rummage sale which benefited many mission programs in the community. She was on the board and worked at the weekly food distribution of the 3Cs Food Bank.

She was honored to be parade marshall for the annual Beaver Township Memorial Day parade. She was a charter member of the Beaver Twp. Fire Dept Ladies Auxilliary, served as Cub Scout Den Mother, was a member of the Beaver Twp Park Board and Historical Society. She served many years delivering for Meals on Wheels in the Youngstown/Struthers area.

Survivors include her daughter, Debra (Ted) Suffolk of Canfield; two grandsons, a granddaughter, sisters, Ethel Lower, of North Lima, Louise Haydn, of Collins, OH, Sarah Mullinex, and, Marilyn (Galen ) Snyder of New Middletown.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Lincoln L. Snyder; and her son, Lincoln Snyder.

Services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Mount Olivet UCC, 410 West South Range Road, North Lima with the Rev. Melinda Quellhorst officiating.

The family will receive friends from 5-8 p.m. Monday at Seederly-Mong and Beck Funeral Home, 11500 Market St., North Lima, and also one hour prior to the service at the church.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations be made in Margaret’s memory to the church.

The Seederly-Mong & Beck Funeral Home in North Lima has been entrusted with the arrangements.

Family and friends are invited to visit to sign the guestbook or send private condolences.