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Eva Snover

   Eva Joann (Drinkwine) Snover, 79, formerly of Gladwin, passed away Dec. 31, 2004 in the Hudson-Pasco Hospice house in Florida after a long illness.

   She was born in Holly on Aug. 6, 1925. She lived the last 10 years in Springhill, Florida. Eva and her second husband, Jim Snover, moved to Gladwin in 1965 and started Snoverís floor service. They ran their business for 30 years. They were also members of Caffeine Kids CB club of Mt. Pleasant.

   Eva is survived by seven children, Leona Moore of Gladwin, Bonnie Myjak of Lennon, Gilford Drinkwine of Clare, Edward Drinkwine of Springhill, Florida, Fredrick Drinkwine of Ravanna, Ohio, Joseph Drinkwine of Roscommon, and Leo Drinkwine of Gladwin; and two brothers, Warren (Alma) Brisbois of Waterford, and Wayne (Linda) Brisbois of Goodrich, and several grandchildren and Great-grandchildren.

   Eva was preceded in death by her first husband, Gilford Drinkwine; her second husband, James Snover; one daughter, Judith; three grandsons, Edward Jr., Kelly and Anthony; two sisters, Doris Harpool and Shirely Bunn; one brother, Bill Brisbois; and one son-in-law, Frank Myjak.

   A memorial service will be held at Albright Shores Eagles hall in Albright Shores on Saturday, May 7 at 1 p.m. Decon Larry Mowry from Gladwin Cornerstone Baptist Church will officiate.

   Mother, we will always remember your special smile, your caring heart, your tender hugs that you were always ready to give no matter what. You will be loved and missed forever.

 
 
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12/31/2004
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05/04/2005
Gladwin County Record, Gladwin, MI
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September 2009
Bob Frei
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