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Margaret J. Snell
June 7, 1943 ~ April 4, 2022 (age 78) 78 Years Old
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Margaret J Snell, age 78 of Ansonia CT, entered into eternal rest on Monday, April 4th 2022. She was the beloved wife of 34 years to the late Ronald F Snell. Margaret was born in Derby on June 7th, 1943, daughter of the late Marjorie (Geoghan) and Henry J. Fraser. She was a graduate of Seymour High School and from the school at the hospital of Saint Raphel’s with a certification in operating Room Technology. Margy, as she prefered to be called, worked at Griffin Hospital for 47 years in their operating room. Margy was a communicant of Assumption Church in Ansonia. She was a die hard UCONN Women’s basketball fan, never missing a game, even if it meant recording it so she could watch it later because she was too nervous to watch it live. Margy leaves her loving family including her two sons; Kevin Snell of Ansonia, CT. , and Terry (Kelly) Snell of Derby CT. and her greatest joy, her three grandchildren who were so important to her: Alexandra Snell, Alyssa Snell and Andrew Snell, all of Derby CT., also her sister Linda (Dan) Kotlisky of Las Vegas, NV., and many nieces and nephews She enjoyed going out to special lunches with her granddaughter Alex, just the two of them, or discussing what Animal her granddaughter Alyssa was working with at the time and she loved watching Andrew play sports, never missing one of his baseball or football games. Those that knew her, would describe her as extremely funny, but even more giving. She loved donating to Veterans associations, wounded warriors, and especially St. Judes Children’s research hospital. She was predeceased by her sisters Joan Peck and Maureen Scott. There are no calling hours. Arrangements have been entrusted to Jenkins King & Malerba Funeral Home of Ansonia, Ct. Memorial gifts may be made in her honor to St. Jude's Children’s Research Hospital.