In Memory

Nancy Jean Snider (Mitchell)

Nancy was married to Robert Leon Mitchell. She was a Pre-school Teacher prior to becoming a stay at home Mom with her 2 daughters.

    Kristin Mitchell Congleton: Kristin is 30 years old and recently got married. She lives in her hometown of Charlotte, NC and works in Belmont, NC for Bisque Imports in website marketing. She is active in the arts and enjoys painting pottery, fusing glass, and decorating her new home. Kristin graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill with a degree in Business Marketing. She also attended the Art Institute of Charlotte for Graphic Design.

Lora Ann Mitchell Helms: Lora is 28 years old and lives with her husband, dogs and horse in Monroe, NC. She and her husband are expecting twins this summer - one boy and one girl. Lora graduated from the business school at Appalachian State university and has recently been accepted to Nursing School.

          Nancy Jean Snider Mitchell attended Appalachian State university in the mountains of North Carolina after graduating from Grimsley High School. At Appalachain, she and a few close friends started the Delta Zeta sorority. Even after graduating from App, Nancy and a few of her sorority sisters continued to meet for dinner monthly for well over 20 years. After college, Nancy married Robert Mitchell (also an Appalachian alumni). They settled in Charlotte, NC where they raised their 2 girls, Kristin and Lora Ann. Nancy was a pre-school teacher for years, then a stay-at-home mom. She was passionate about riding horses and involved both her daughters in the sport! She was diagnosed with Breast Cancer and after a long and courageous battle, she passed away in 2002. Her daughters have since participated in the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer and the Susan G. Komen Walk for Breast Cancer to raise money and awareness for the disease.



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03/26/11 12:25 AM #1    

Alice Levy (Hill)

Such a kind, gentle soul with a good word for everyone.  Alice Levy

09/21/11 01:52 PM #2    

Carol Bowden (Hodgin)

I knew Nancy from a young age. We spent a lot of time at First Baptist Church together in Sunday School and choir. She was always so kind and gentle in her ways. See you in heaven, dear friend!

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