Minnie Snell, age 89, passed away Saturday, August 6, 2022. She was born in Vicksburg, MI on February 9, 1933 to Harm & Josephine (Terberg) Bolhuis. For over 20 years she worked in various positions for Howmet Corp. until retiring. Minnie was a member and a past president of the of the Muskegon Motorcycle Club Auxillary and also a member of the Motor Maids Harley Group. She loved riding her Harley Davidson motorcycle and continued to do so until she was over 70 years old. Minnie also liked gardening and coloring in Adult coloring books. She loved fishing and boating as well as spending time with grand children. After she retired she continued to help with Motorcycle shop. Volunteered at Hospice, The Red Cross and Mercy Heart Health/ The Ride as well as mentoring other heart patients with exercises. In her later years her dog, Bently, was her constant companion and brought her much joy.
Daughter, Linda (Rick) Stenberg of Hesperia; 2 sons, James (Annie) Snell of FL, Steven Snell of Muskegon; 6 grandchildren, Richard Stenberg, David Stenberg, Christina(Austin) Edmundson, Lynn Snell Hulett, Paulette Snell Adams, Angela Snell; great-grandchildren, Kayla, Dax, Anniston, Maddyn, Christy, Michael, Lynsie, Emily, Zac, Ben, Trevor. She was preceded in death by her siblings Anna Watson, Donald Bolhuis, Garrett Bolhuis.
In accordance with Minnie's wishes there will be no service. MEMORIAL: Harbor Hospice. Please visit www.clockfuneralhome.com to leave a memory or sign the online guestbook.
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Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We are planting one tree for each one of you Snells that are riding around the Stars.. Love Jr 5 trees were planted in memory of Minnie Snell Plant a Tree
“She was always full of fun and had a great love for life. Even the time she fell between the dock and the boat with her purse in one hand and her beer in the other, laughing and telling Speck to take her purse and beer, as he grabbed her hair to pull her up. She was not just my Aunt, I looked up to her as a second mom. As kids we would go to her house and she always cooked chicken on rotisserie over charcoal, with hamade potato salad and sweet tea. She will be missed and always be remembered. Love Jimmy (speck( Oren) and Jewell Fay's son) and Family.”
Aunt Minnie will be greatly missed! She was very much involved in our family lives on a daily basis.. We will all miss you greatly.. But now will be able to talk to Jewell again daily and give those crazy snell boys a run for their money. Oren J Snell Jr
So sorry some of my fondest memories was going to see aunt Minnie in Muskegon. Or when he rod her Harley to Kalamazoo u I'll be missed