Sending our deepest sympathies to both the Snyder and Foreman families in the lost of Ann. Though we knew her briefly, she truly toucbed our hearts and will be missed. A very sweet lady. Mark & Janie Stolz
Ann was a precious gift to all who knew her and she was like sister to me. So many years of precious memories going back to tennis camp in Tyler in high school to the last vacation we took together in Cabo just a couple of years ago. What a blessing it was for God to let her & Marc cross our paths in the 80's in Sugarland in such a random way. She handled her illness with such courage and grace. She's also the only friend I ever had that gladly volunteered to help me weed my flower beds when down for a visit. Pat and I are beyond brokenhearted for Marc and the girls, but she is with Jesus now, without pain and in peace.
Dear Snyder and Foreman families, I know you mourn the loss of your amazing Ann. Ann and I began our long-term friendship almost 50 years ago and she was one of those people with whom I did not naturally cross paths with on a regular basis, but we made the effort to get together and keep a meaningful friendship over the decades. She was thoughtful, strong, faithful, beautiful, humble, talented, and the most drama-free person I have ever met. I doubt I will ever stop missing her. May God wrap His loving arms around you all at this difficult time.
Remembering that Ann attended Opening Day for the Texas Rangers several times, I cannot help but think she is smiling after this World Series. She was the “hostess with the mostest” on July 4th parties to watch fireworks over Luther Lake. And I dearly loved our text exchange of jokes and funny memes! Prayers of comfort and peace for the family.