Jessica Snyder

July 31, 1993-Feb. 17, 2020

Funeral Services for Jes-

sica Snyder, 26, of South

Heart will be 11:00 a.m.,

Tuesday, February 25,

2020 at St. John’s Luth-

eran Church in Dickinson

with Pastor Lisa Lewton

Officiating. Burial will

take place at St. Mary’s

Cemetery in South Heart.

Visitation for Jessica

will be 4:00 p.m. to 7:00

pm Monday, with a

prayer service being held

at 6:00 p.m.

Jessica passed away on

Monday, February 17,

2020 at her home in

South Heart.

Jessica Marie Snyder

was born July 31, 1993 in

Minot, ND to Tracy and

Wendy. She grew up in

Minot and attended Minot

Public Schools and then

transferred to Our Redee-

mers Christian School.

Jessica was always a high

spirited little girl, creating

many journeys for her

parents. Her smile was as

beautiful as they come.

She enjoyed spending

time at the lake and camp-

ing growing up, she

caught many fish with her

Dad. She could tell many

hunting stories, she loved

deer hunting and was an

excellent shot pheasant

hunting. She was in-

volved in softball, volley-

ball and basketball. Jessi-

ca was never one to miss

a prank on her brother

growing up or food fights.

She later moved from

Minot to Dickinson. Jessi-

ca discovered she loved

the western part of the

state and enjoyed seeing

the Badlands. Jessica and

her fiance Jamie wel-

comed two little boys to

the family: Isaiah and

Benjamin. They made

their home in South Heart

and Jessica was thrilled to

own her first home. Jessi-

ca not only loved her boys

with all of her heart she

loved Jamie with all of her

heart too and has always

been his biggest cheer-

leader with getting thru


Family meant every-

thing to Jessica. She was

an amazing mother and

loved her boys with all of

her heart. She enjoyed

trips to the zoo, Medora,

camping trips to South

Dakota, picnics, going to

the park, swimming,

campfires, taking trips to

Minot to see her Dad,

Aunts, Uncles and the

farm to visit her Mom and

Rollie. She had recently

developed a love of cook-

ing and trying new re-

cipes. She was creative in

her recipes to find things

that Isaiah would eat. Jes-

sica and her mother had a

close bond and talked on

phone many times a day

and did not go long

without seeing each other.

Jessica was blessed with 2

great step parents and the

love of Jamie’s entire fam-

ily. She developed a spe-

cial relationship with her

step-father, Rollie, and

they enjoyed each other’s

company greatly. Her

Step-mother, Staci has

been so kind and suppor-


Jessica is survived by:

her mom, Wendy (Rollie)

Baumgarten; dad, Tracy

(Staci) Snyder; sons,

Isaiah and Benjamin; fi-

ance, Jamie Keel; Brother,

Jordan (Nicole) Snyder

and their children, Hunter

and Kimber, step-brother,

Jake (Savanna) Baumgar-

ten, step-sister, April


Grandparents; Don (Greta)

Snyder, Sharron Snyder.

Uncles and Aunts; Scott

(Nancy) Snyder, Don

Snyder, DeeMaris (Rod)

Buckingham, Lori (Jamie)

Nelson, Kelly (Darin) Op-

perude, Patrick (Cammy)

McCarty. Cousin: Sean

(Melissa) Hagen, Tara

(Justin) Petrali, Travis

(Kaitlin) Buckingham,

Thomas (Jenny) Bucking-

ham, Shane McCarty, Ri-

ley Opperude, Braedon

McCarty, Bailey McCarty,

Brandon Lipe, Brittany

(Jesus) Jimenez, Kierianna

Klinginsmith, Kirsten Nel-

son, Ryan McCarty,

Joshua McCarty, Matthew

McCarty, Savanna McCar-

ty, Whitney (Chris) Croft,

Kaylee (Jon) Gappmaier,

Katie Snyder, Gavin


She is preceded in

death by: her maternal

grandparents, Jack and

DeeMaris McCarty, Uncle;

Jay McCarty.

Remembrances and

condolences may be

shared with the family at



In lieu of flowers, the

family suggests contribu-

tions be made to Benja-

min and Isaiah Keel’s

trust fund set up at Town

and Country Credit Union

in Minot, ND.

Stevenson Funeral

Home & Crematory, Dic-