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Margaret Ann (Snivley) Remy passed away October 4, 2022 at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus, Ohio at 76 years of age after a brief illness.
Margaret was born in Hempstead, NY on May 18, 1946. She grew up and lived most of her life in Columbus, Ohio. Always a passionate advocate of helping those in need, Margaret was bestowed a degree in Nursing from CTI and began her career as a Registered Nurse at St. Anthony’s Hospital.
Raised as a Catholic, in the mid-1970s Margaret embraced a reformed lifestyle – some might’ve called her a Hippie.
She later joined and became an active member of a Unity Church congregation. Her advocacy led her to a life of volunteering for causes dear to her heart, including homelessness (serving meals at soup kitchens) and LGBTQ+ rights (as a frequent volunteer at Columbus-area Pride events). Her passion to help led her from advocacy to activism, and she was a frequent participant in protests and marches for causes including homelessness, anti-war & anti-nuclear weapons, LGBTQ+ and anti-racism, including proudly being arrested for her participation.
Margaret was preceded in death by her parents Millard Allen “Al” Snivley and Margaret Mary “Peg” (Vitlip) Snivley.
Margaret was survived by her husband, Michael W. Remy, who unexpectedly & unfortunately also passed away shortly after her death, on October 13, 2022.
Margaret is survived by her brother Jay Snivley, her children Dee Dee Galat and Charles Bradley, her grandchildren, Matthew Byram, Chelsea Byram, Camryn Bradley, Cydney Bradley & Charlie Bradley, and her great-grandchildren, Ian Balmes and Kona Byram.
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