Shawntle Snoeck-Wicker

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Shawntle Snoeck-Wicker, age 50 years young, lost her very courageous 2-year battle with ovarian cancer on Tuesday, February 8, 2022. Shawntle passed in her sleep surrounded by her family.

She was the wife of William Avery Wicker Jr.; mother, of Sarah and Emily Benedetti; granddaughter, of Margaret Kida, and daughter of Gary and Laura Snoeck.

Shawntle was an amazing woman who impacted so many people. She was always taking care of others. As an EMT for the village of Boyne Falls, she helped so many people in their biggest time of need. As a librarian at the Crooked Tree library, she helped the community in so many ways. As a health unit coordinator at McLaren hospital for six years, she had touched and helped so many lives, including those she worked with.

Shawntle will be sadly missed by her Family and Friends, but always remembered for her beautiful smile and thoughtfulness of others. She had the biggest heart and everyone that knew her couldn’t help but love her.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Augustine in Boyne Falls, Saturday, February 19, 2022, at 11:00 a.m. Visitation will begin at the church on Saturday, February 19, 2022, at 10:00 a.m.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Ovarian Cancer Research, PO Box 32141, New York, NY 10087-2141.

Arrangements were entrusted to Nelson Funeral Home and Cremation Service, PO Box 1548, Gaylord, MI 49734.

13 comments on “Shawntle Snoeck-Wicker”

  1. Mom, Dad and Grandma

    Shawntle, you are missed so much by Mom, Dad, and Grandma. Your smile, love, and thoughtfulness will be forever in our hearts. Looking forward to seeing your lovely smile again, when we see each other in Heaven. Love you more, times infinity❣️💜 Mom, Dad and Grandma. ❤️

  2. I am so sorry for your loss. She was a gallant warrior and an inspiration. May God’s grace hold all of you as it holds her.

  3. As well as I knew Shawntle, I wish I had known her even better. I first met Gary while working at Chrysler Corporation in the 1970s and that led to meeting Laura, Margie, and Shawntle, her daughters and 2nd husband over a period of time despite the fact that Gary was always wanting to move further and further “up north.” I have many fond memories of spending time together, with many of them when on fishing and hunting trips with Gary. In addition, whenever you visited Laura and Gary they always served you a delicious meal. I’m sure Shawntle was a wonderful daughter, mother, wife, friend, and person.

  4. Jill Barton(Nemeth)

    God bless your family at a difficult time 🙏🙏
    I did get to know Shawntle in school for a little bit with a group of friends that hang out. She was such a nice lady to be around in school. Cancer is such a terrible disease that takes people to early! Including her, will be missed!

  5. Jennifer (Meyersieck) Grabinski

    My heart is broken. Shawntle was an amazing woman and friend. She challenged me in so many ways. Probably many times she wasnt even aware. I wish I would have done better about keeping in contact. Sending my love, strength and prayers to those that were lucky enough to call her daughter, granddaughter, wife, Mom and friend.

  6. I’m so very sorry to hear about the loss of your daughter Shawntle today. She was such a beautiful girl. I know the pain you are feeling it broke our hearts. God bless her parents and family.
    Terry and Laurie

  7. Shawntle and that little pickup truck. So many good memories. I’m still saving that stick of gum.

    Family, I’m heartbroken along with you at the loss of such a great person. You’re all in my prayers.

  8. Sadly, I just found this news. I am stunned and very sad that Shawntle has passed. I will always remember the fun we had morel hunting and laughing in the woods. RIP my friend.

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