Jewell (Snellgrove) Heath

Born: Mon., Dec. 26, 1938
Died: Sun., Jan. 17, 2016


Visitation

11:00 AM to 1:00 PM, Tue., Jan. 19, 2016
Location: Glenwood Chapel


Funeral Service

1:00 PM Tue., Jan. 19, 2016
Location: Glenwood Chapel


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Mrs. Jewell Snellgrove Heath, age 77, of Lumber City died Sunday, January 17, 2016 at Jeff Davis County Hospital after a brief illness.

Mrs. Heath was a native and lifelong resident of Telfair County. She was a homemaker and Church of God by faith.

Mrs. Heath is preceded in death by her husband, Billy Heath, in 2013.

Mrs. Heath is survived by two sons, Steve Heath and wife Rhonda of Lumber City, and Charles Heath and wife Diane of Lumber City; two daughters, Debbie Thigpen of Lumber City, and Peggy Nail of Hazlehurst; three brothers, Donald Wayne Snellgrove of Washington state, Ray Snellgrove of Claxton, and Murl Snellgrove of South Carolina; and one sister, Roberta Hearn of Ailey; and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs. Jewel Snellgrove Heath will be Tuesday, January 19, 2016, at 1:00 pm at Stewart Rosier Funeral Service Glenwood Chapel with Reverend Perry Hearn officiating. Interment will follow at Shiloh Methodist Church Cemetery. The family will receive friends Tuesday from 11:00 am until the time of service.

Stewart-Rosier Funeral Service Glenwood Chapel is in charge of funeral arrangements.  

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Sharon
   Posted Wed January 20, 2016
My heart goes out to your family. I am so sorry to hear about the baby. What words can ease your pain? What hurts worse than losing your baby? Though the pain you're feeling must seem unbearable, please remember that you are not alone. Psalms 46:1 says, "God is our refuge and strength, a help that is readily found in times of distress." Pray to Him for strength. Weep to Him when there are no words. One of the poets of the Bible said at Psalms 56:8, "You keep track of my wandering. Do collect my tears in your skin bottle." You see, God understands your pain and He cares for you very much (1 Peter 5:7). And He will really help you get through this difficult time (Isaiah 41:10).

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