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Daphne Jill (Snow) Meyers

October 24, 1967 - January 19, 2017

Funeral Service - Thursday

January 26, 2017
- 11:00 AM

Glendive Alliance Church, Glendive MT

Arrangements

Boulger Funeral Home

Daphne Jill (Snow) Meyers

October 24, 1967 - January 19, 2017

Obituary

Daphne Jill (Snow) Meyers age 49 of Fargo, N.D. passed away January 19, 2017. She entered this world in Billings, Montana on October 24, 1967.  Her parents Dennis and Sandra Snow were so proud and excited.  They lived in Conrad, Montana for the first five years of her life.  A big highlight of hers was when her brother Darren joined the family in 1970. From the beginning he was “her” brother. In her entire life no one ever doubted how special he was to her.

When they moved to Glendive in 1972 she began kindergarten at Mrs. Bold’s kindergarten where she started making many life time friends like Lori (Mann) Couture and Mike Dougherty. They journeyed through 12 years gathering many more friends on the way.  She still had these special people in her life.  She spent many years involved in swimming and attending many sporting events.  Never a dull moment in this young girl’s life!  After graduating from Dawson County High School she attended Jamestown College in Jamestown, ND where, among other things, she was a dorm monitor. After graduating with a B.A. degree she moved to Philadelphia to live with Melissa Danielson to work in downtown Philly where she met and later married Mark Meyers in Glendive, MT. Eventually they moved to Fargo, ND where in 2001 their life was blessed with son Jacob Thomas Meyers.  He truly put a spark in her life. After her divorce she continued to live in Fargo, a town she truly loved. She looked forward to Jacob’s many Fargo visits.

Daphne was born to be a leader and an organizer. She was a Certified Event Planner at which she excelled. She started her own business, the Red Barn Group. At the time of her passing she was working at her dream job as Rental and Events Manager for the Fargo Red River Zoo.  A perfect combination—love of people, planning “events” and her love of animals. She also taught Event Planning at Moorhead State College as an adjunct professor. Daphne was also very proud to be Rotarian and enjoyed helping with their many local and international endeavors.

Daphne was a gift to all who knew her. God must have needed her so He called her home much to the sorrow of her family and friends. She leaves behind her son, Jacob of Cherry Hill, NJ, her parents Dennis and Sandy Snow of Glendive, MT, her brother Darren (Devonna who was a true sister to her), nephews Craig, godchild Reece and niece Alexis, all of Bismarck, ND. She also leaves her grandmother Anna Dew of Glendive who never loved anyone any more than Daphne. They had many exciting trips together to see the world. Her years in Glendive were also shared with two “siblings”, Shauna Faler and Shane Roberts, who lived at the Snow house. She leaves many family members and friends grieving, but holding tight to their favorite memories.

Daphne was preceded in death by many grandparents and a great uncle who all loved her.

She would have wanted any donations made in her name to the Fargo Red River Zoo or Second Hand Paws in Glendive. There was never an animal she would not have wanted to help. Her beloved dog Penny was her latest “rescue” and brought her great joy.

Funeral Service will be held on Thursday, January 26 at 11:00 am at Glendive Alliance Church in Glendive, MT.

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2 responses to “Daphne Jill (Snow) Meyers”

  1. Lisa Wiley Artz says:

    My deepest sympathies to family and friends as you journey through the grief over the loss of Daphne. May sweet memories and the love of those around you provide some comfort.

  2. Karleen schmidt says:

    My thoughts and prayers to all the family.
    Karen

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