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Theresa Snoeyenbos 02/05/2019

Theresa Snoeyenbos 02/05/2019

Theresa Ann Snoeyenbos, age 57, died Tuesday, February 5, 2019 at her home in Hampton, MN. Theresa was born on April 25, 1962. She was adopted by John and Arlene (Huppert) Snoeyenbos. Theresa graduated from Ellsworth High School where she first met Brian Suilmann. Theresa then went off to college where she met and later married Jeff Trepanier. Together, they had three daughters. Jeff and Theresa also owned and operated the Pine Grove Motel in Lancaster, WI, and later divorced. Theresa ended up moving back to Ellsworth around 2009 and re-united with Brian Suilmann. They enjoyed traveling, trying new restaurants, and recently took a hot air balloon ride. They liked to go to antique shops, garage sales, and musicals. Theresa was an amazingly strong, thoughtful, and caring woman. She was a wonderful mother and grandmother. She volunteered at her church, the Girl Scouts, the Chamber of Commerce, and the Parkinson’s Community. She is preceded in death by her father, John Snoeyenbos; and grandson, Nathan Damiani. Theresa is survived by her daughters, Toni (Chris) Torsell, Stacie (Joel) Enders, Jackie (Scott Damiani) Trepanier; grandchildren, Logan, Nolyn, and Johnathan Torsell, and Robyn Damiani; mother, Arlene Snoeyenbos; companion, Brian Suilmann; siblings, Kristi (Joe) Brickner, John (Linda) Snoeyenbos, Lee (Kris) Snoeyenbos; and many other relatives and friends. A Memorial Mass of Christian Burial was held on Monday, February 18, 2019 at 12 pm at St. Francis Catholic Church 264 S Grant Street Ellsworth, WI. Followed by a light lunch at 1 pm across the street at the St. Francis School, located at 244 W. Woodworth Street, Ellsworth WI. Visitation was also on Monday from 10 am – 12 pm at the church. Arrangements are with Bakken-Young Funeral & Cremation Services.

7 Comments

  • Stacie Enders Posted February 11, 2019 10:30 pm

    There will be a lunch afterwards (1pm) for those who can stay. You are welcome to wear any color. I think mom would have preferred color over black but wear what you are comfortable with. If you need a place to stay, Motel David in Ellsworth is nice and is close to the church.

  • Laurie Otte Posted February 12, 2019 7:42 am

    Your mom was a member of St. Mary’s Church in New Trier, MN. I got to know her as part of the Hospitality Committee that welcomed Terry and Brian. I considered Terry a good friend. Terry and I made several trips to St. Paul and Rochester delivering mission goods to the needy. We rode to church meetings and to Mass. We also shared lunch on several occasions. She was a great
    person and friend. I was blessed to have known her.

  • Ruth Lotzer Posted February 12, 2019 12:45 pm

    What a special lady Terry was! She loved her family and friends . She did so much to enjoy life and for others with PD! She was a true sunshine fior so many! I will not be able to attend her funeral but want you to know your mom did make a difference in this world and will be so missed! I will be walking in her honor at moving day this year! Brian I hope you will be there too! Ruth Lotzer❤️❤️❤️

  • Kathleen Cowden Posted February 13, 2019 1:13 am

    Girls, Van and I send our condolences to you and your families.
    Terry was such a good example of courage and strength . When the going got tough she got going. I so enjoyed her overnight visits. The trips to and from Lancaster to spend time with her parents up north proved to be a little tiring and she’d crash here because it was midway. We’d have nice long talks and laugh a lot.
    We will always remember our first trip to Sturgis with your folks. We had so much fun we just had to do it again.
    We will miss seeing her photos of all her flowers she posted on Facebook. She adored her grandchildren. May they always fondly remember her forever.
    Love,
    Van and Kathy Cowden

  • Sharlene Kreye Posted February 13, 2019 4:55 pm

    I knew Terry from our high school days at Ellsworth. Terry and Brian were a year ahead of my husband Chuck and I. Terry and I were in band together. Brian lived two miles down my road so we rode bus together. I stayed in Ellsworth and would see your mom once in a while. Last time was this fall, I was at Preferred Senior Living volunteering and she was there with your Grandma. I am so sorry for your loss. I hope to meet you on Monday at the funeral. I will also be singing in the choir.

  • Peter and Susana Egge, Lincoln, NE Posted February 17, 2019 5:07 am

    Sorry for your loss. Our sympathy and prayers.are with you and the family. My your mom rest in peace with the Angels and Saints in heaven. Sorry, we cannot come to the funeral. Peter is a cousin of Brian.

  • Bill Manthe Posted February 17, 2019 7:55 pm

    Have many fond memories of Terry and all of you when you lived in Lancaster and were at our parish and school. A beautiful woman who truly cared and loved others. Know that you will be in my prayers and thoughts, as well as that of St. Clement Parish.

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