Phyllis Snouffer Hollenbaugh |

Phyllis Snouffer Hollenbaugh

Dec. 21, 1928 — Oct. 7, 2017

Phyllis Ann Snouffer was born on December 21, 1928 in Worthington, Ohio. She died on October 7, 2017 in Oxford, Ohio. She was the daughter of Leslie Roosevelt and Bernice Thomas Snouffer.

Phyllis’s family settled in Delaware, Ohio where she attended Ohio Wesleyan University and met Morris Eugene Hollenbaugh, whom she married in 1949. They lived in Delaware until Morry attended Bexley Hall seminary in Gambier, Ohio and was ordained an Episcopal priest in 1962. Phyllis and Morry then resided in Dayton, Greenville, Hamilton, and Fairfield, Ohio as Morry fulfilled his service in the Diocese of Southern Ohio. In 1970, Phyllis returned to Ohio Wesleyan and received a bachelor of education degree. She also earned a master of education degree from Miami University. She taught kindergarten and first grade in the Hamilton Public Schools until she retired in 1989. Phyllis and Morry relocated to Snowmass, Colorado. They moved back to Ohio in 2005 and resided in Oxford, Ohio.

She was preceded in death by Morry in 2006. She is lovingly remembered by her son, Todd (Jill) Hollenbaugh of Oxford, OH, her daughter, Leslie (Peter) Hollenbaugh Ross of Philadelphia, PA, four grandchildren, Alexandra E. Ross (Evan Guthrie) of Pottstown, PA, Paul C. Ross (Jenny) of Charlotte, NC, Dustin (Kirsten) Kuykendoll of Lantana, TX, James (Jennifer) Kuykendoll of Cincinnati, OH and five great-grandchildren, Adelaide May Ross Guthrie, Harrison Marie Ross, Boyd Christopher Ross, Madeline Ann Kuykendoll and Grant Thomas Kuykendoll.

A Burial Service is scheduled for Wednesday, October 25 at 11:00 am at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 25 E. Walnut Street, Oxford, Ohio.

In lieu of flowers, please send donations in Phyllis’s memory to Holy Trinity Church, Oxford or to The Aspen Historical Society, 620 West Bleeker Street, Aspen, CO 81611. Condolences may be sent online to http://www.oglepaul

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