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January 1, 2013

Linda K. Snedden

TONAWANDA —  

Linda K. Snedden, age 52, of the City of Tonawanda, died on Thursday, December 27, 2012, after a lengthy illness. She was the loving companion of 25 years of Julio Serrano, who died this past Saturday. Born in North Tonawanda, NY, to the late Donald and Sara (Snedden) Bryant; she was the step-mother of the late Steven E. Serrano; and sister of the late David Bryant.
She is survived by four sons, Cruz, Julio, Ramondo, and Travis Lee Serrano, all of the City of Tonawanda; two step-sons, Mark James Serrano of the Town of Tonawanda and David Lee Serrano of Buffalo, NY; five sisters, Vanessa (Yvon) Corbeil of Ft. Erie, ON, Paula (late Michael) McDowell of the City of Tonawanda, Darlene (Michael) Pettigrew-Zygmunt of Akron, NY, and Linda Lee (Pat) Cook and Ednamarie (Ron) Eberle, both of Buffalo, NY; and a brother, Kevin Snedden of the Town of Tonawanda. Linda is also survived by many loving grandchildren; and was the loving aunt of many nieces and nephews.
Family will receive friends on Friday from 4-8 PM at JOHN O. ROTH FUNERAL HOME, INC., 25 William St. (between Morgan & Broads Sts.) City of Tonawanda. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, January 5th at 11 AM in St. Mark Lutheran Church, 1135 Oliver St. in North Tonawanda. Friends invited. Rev. David Belasic will officiate. Private burial will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Flowers are gratefully declined. Memorial donations to the family would be greatly appreciated.
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