November 25, 1976 ~ February 7, 2019

Born in: Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Resided in: Centennial, Colorado

On Thursday, February 7, 2019, Jeremy Allen Snook, loving husband, father and grandfather, passed away at the age of 42, after a massive heart attack.

Jeremy was born on November 25, 1976 in Sioux Falls, SD. He was raised by his mother Barbara Eldridge and loving grandparents, Jack and Ruby Snook, as well as uncle Jay Snook. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Theology degree from Colorado Christian University in December 2012.  He went on the work towards his Masters in Divinity shortly after, however; Jeremy had a calling to work in the addictions and mental health fields, where he was currently working on his chemical addictions counselor license.

Jeremy’s biggest passion was his family and children. Jeremy had Elizabeth, and soon after adopted Tiara. On August 28, 2016, he married Lindsey Rae McCarthy. He rarely called Lindsey by her name, she was lovingly known to him as Ginger. He deeply loved and cherished her and was not afraid of reminding her and the world of his adoration. Together, Lindsey and Jeremy continued to raise Korina Mae Snook and had a young son Levi Scott Snook.

Jeremy had a passion for religion and politics; he was never one to stay quiet about his faith or ideals. He was a proud Christian and lived his life according to God’s will. In his teenage years he enjoyed and was highly successful in athletics, namely track and soccer. Jeremy was highly involved in the recovery community and sponsored many men thru the 12 steps. He was sarcastic, good humored and extremely goofy at times. Jeremy had a way of making all those who sought help from him feel at ease and inspired. He could talk in a crowded room and everyone would quiet and listen; he spoke in a way that was both exciting and mesmerizing.  He was known for his quick wit, his infectious smile, and his kind and compassionate spirit. He focused on his family, his work and helping others. He was a music lover of all types and loved spending time with his children. Korina, 16 years old and Levi, 15 months old were his pride and joy. He was a wonderful, loving father and grandfather.

Jeremy is survived by his wife Lindsey, his children, Korina, Elizabeth, Levi and Tiara; his granddaughters, Ava, Maria and Bellanie; his mother Barbara and his brothers Darrin and Jason, as well several cousins, nieces and nephews and other loving family and friends.

A Celebration of Jeremy’s life will be held Friday, February 15, 2019 at 4pm, Horan & McConaty Family Chapel, 5303 E. County Line Road, Centennial, Colorado.

In lieu of flowers please considering donating to the GoFundMe set to help the family with expenses, or to the fund set for education needs for Korina and Levi. Information can be found at entrance of ceremony.

Services

Celebration of Life: February 15, 2019 4:00 pm

Horan & McConaty - South Metro/Centennial
5303 E County Line Rd
Centennial, CO 80122


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  1. My heart is saddened by the loss of a nephew who left to soon. I hope and pray that his family will keep the good memories, the good days and the good Lord close. God Bless you all!

  2. To my brother you were one that had guided so many people and touched so many. that you teachings will be for ever remember by so many including myself.you had the joy,compassion, and the drive. you may have been hard on me at times growing up and even today. you helped me become the man and dad I am today. You will be missed but never forgotten. until we meet again fly high . I will always LOVE YOU Jeremy Allen Snook

  3. *Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted. Matthew 5:4
    I can only imagine how difficult and demanding this time is for you. We’ll be mourning his passing with you and celebrating the life of a good man. – Jess, Joey, Jojo, Lily

  4. Daddy, I miss you terribly and I love you so much. I don’t even have words to really say, all I know is I am broken and this is going to be very hard. I don’t understand why I have to go through this right now and we all have to feel this pain, but I know you’ll be living thru Liz, Levi, and me. It’s extremely difficult accepting this, I’m in so much pain my heart aches. Your the coolest dad ever! I know your love is very strong. I know I am strong too. I’ll always be your princess Pooh, I’ll always remember all the little things I love about you. Loosing you is the worst thing life has put me through yet… but when I think about you I know exactly what to do. I love you my daddy, so so much love for you. Love your princess…❤️

  5. My deepest sympathies to the family. Prayers for all. We lost a kind caring man that touched a lot of broken souls . RIP Jeremy.

  6. My prayers are with Jeremy’s family who he loved and adored. Jeremy was like a Brother to me when I worked with him at Arapaho House. We have both laughed together and cried many tears as well. No matter what he was going through he would always be there for others. So in his words ” Don’t be a sensitive little snowflake.” I am trying not to be but this does hurt. Until we meet again Little Brother. I will see you in Paradise.

  7. I was granted the opportunity to work with Jeremy at Arapahoe House, and we took several CAC classes together as well. My heart goes out to his family. Jeremy touched so many lives with his genuine and caring personality. He will be greatly missed. RIP Jeremy.

  8. I’m very sorry to hear about your loss. Losing a loved one in death is such a difficult thing to cope with. Especially at such a young age. My heart goes out to the family and friends of Jeremy during this time. Cherish the good memories. Please find comfort in knowing that God views death as an “enemy” and will act to end it forever (1st Cor 15:26). God’s Word also promises a time in the future where we can all have a hope of seeing our dead loved ones again (John 5:28,29). A beautiful hope. Take care.

  9. I worked with Jeremy at Healing First, and was always glad to experience his passion when he would come in to work ready to help others to “Heal.”
    In my own life we both shared the path of struggle to strength! He was gentle and yet had the ability to show empathy , while holding people accountable!
    I have a very sad heart in hearing of his passing! Somehow I hear his voice and he is holding me accountable to keep on helping others to ” Heal.” Rest in Peace Jeremy Snook!

  10. Jeremy is my cousin, and even though we weren’t close, I loved watching his family grow through fb posts. I admired his courage and relationship with God. May everyone who knew him be comforted in that during this time of grief.

  11. Dear ones;
    For some strange reason I happened to this place to read of your loved one Jeremy. You don’t know me and maybe it was the fact we shared a birthday that first drew me in though I have a few years on him. I saw his bright face and the light in his eyes and know just by looking at him what a beautiful soul he was…my heart breaks for you and your family. I pray God’s merciful blessings on you all in the long journey ahead. Be assured that God is there by your side and lean on that even when it is the last thing you might feel or believe. Jeremy is there all around you as well, I believe he is at peace and your good loving memories of him will help you through. Be well…..

  12. I am deeply saddened by the loss that you and your family have encountered. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
    My condolences

  13. I knew the day that I met you you were someone special. I saw your magic in how you helped people and I saw the angel that you were for everyone. I believe that you have a legacy that will live on for many many years. May God bless your family with peace knowing what a wonderful person you were Jeremy

  14. You touched my life. I’m grateful to have known you and look forward to seeing you again in heaven.

    May God bless and comfort the family

  15. Lindsey and family,
    Our thoughts are with you. We are so devastatingly sorry for your loss. Although there are no words to lighten your pain, please know we are sending prayers and comforting hugs and want you to know you are very loved.
    Our sincerest condolences and deepest sympathy.

  16. Jeremy cuz I still can’t that you’re gone my Heart is Breaking For your family and friends my deepest sympathies to the Family just know that my thoughts & prayers are with you all . R.I.P. Jeremy you will be greatly missed
    Love Always Your ,
    Cousin Robynne

  17. Ok Oscar. Big Bird is going to miss your smile, your laugh and your ability to talk with be about the Bible. Not many can do that. I will miss our chats when I was at your home. You are/were my best friend. I feel lost without you. Lindsey aka “Ginger” I hope I can remember to call u Lindsey lol. Please know that I am here for you anytime day or night. I love you. Korina my dear you were the light in your dad’s life. Remember that you were so special, that he was proud of the woman you were becomming. I am here for u too. Always remember that. I am sorry that I couldn’t be there for u but that is Colorado. I will be praying for all of us. Love, hug and prayers.

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