Edith Marie SnellSeptember 16, 1930 - July 30, 2022
Posted on August 5, 2022 at 12:01 PM • 3 Comments
On Saturday, July 30, 2022, Edith Marie Snell gained her angel wings and is singing in the heavenly choir. She was 91 years old.
Edith loved attending church services, singing in the choir, and the time she spent working at Cumberland Falls. She also loved her grandkids, nieces, and nephews.
She was a previous longtime employee of General Electric in Sharonville, Ohio, before retirement.
Anyone who met Edith was most likely her friend because she never met a stranger. She was the best mother, sister, grandmother, aunt, daughter, and great/great-great grandmother anyone could have ever asked for.
Edith was preceded in death by her father, Thomas Harmon; mother, Della Harmon; sister, Alzie Asher; and nephew, Ronald Asher.
She is survived by her son, Darrell W. Jones of Corbin; brother, Bill (Pat) Harmon of Hamilton, Ohio; brother-in-law, Bernard Asher of Morrow, Ohio; granddaughter, Shelly Jones (Bryan Holt) of Corbin, Kentucky; granddaughter, Andrea (Brandon) Warren of Little Rock, Arkansas; grandson, Donald Leone of Corbin, Kentucky; great grandchildren: DJ, Danny, Dori, Annecia Leone, Ben (Courtney) Barbash of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Janie Barbash of Frankfort, Kentucky; great-great grandchildren: AJ, Haley, Tristan, Bentley, and Seyla of Cincinnati, Ohio; niece, Kellie (Steve) Wilson of Fairfield, Ohio; niece, Judy Asher of Morrow, Ohio; nephew, Tom (Trish) Harmon of Fairfield, Ohio; and many grandnephews, nieces, and great grandnieces/nephews.
Graveside services were held at 1:00 P.M. Thursday, August 4, 2022, at Corinth Cemetery in Corbin, Kentucky, with Jeff Ellis officiating.
Hart Funeral Home handled the arrangements.
Shelly Jones HoltPosted at 13:45h, 05 August
I am more then elated that y’all did such a great job with my grandmother. She looked just as beautiful then as she did here on earth. Thank you from all of us for doing such a great job. Everything was beautiful.
Hart Funeral HomePosted at 11:17h, 09 August
Thank you, Shelly. We appreciate your comments and your family’s confidence in Hart Funeral Home.
Janice TarterPosted at 08:54h, 19 January
When I first started working at GE, Edith was my trainer and became my friend. She had such a strong faith even then. I remember discussing her belief in God’s miracles with her. Even though our lives took separate paths and we never saw each other again, we continued to exchange Christmas cards for more than 30 years. God bless Edith and bless the loved ones she left behind.