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|Cherelyn Gaye “Angie” Schnakenberg Wood
Memorial service for Cherelyn Gaye “Angie” Schnakenberg Wood will be Saturday, April 28, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. at Vining Community Church in Nescatunga.
Angie was born on July 29, 1946 in Kansas City, Missouri. She was adopted by Marvie Hilton Schnakenberg and Leo Schnakenberg and passed from this life on April 24, 2012 in Alva. She was the greatest gift God ever gave them according to Grandma Marvie. Angie was raised on the family farm south of Waldron, Kansas. She graduated from Hazelton High School and attended business college in Wichita, Kansas.
She married Gary Clemnets in 1966. Gary and Angie had three daughters, Shana, Cherrie and Shelley. They made their home in Wichita, Kansas. In 1984 Angie and her daughters moved to Kerrville, Texas. Angie worked in healthcare at the Texas State Hospital. In 1988 Angie married Charles Wood. Angie moved back to Oklahoma, living in Amorita for several years and made Cherokee her final home, which she shared with her granddaughter, Amber.
Angie lived her life accepting all people and was a cherished friend. She was known by many names in her lifetime--daughter, wife, mother, friend, sister and grandma. She was never too busy to play or have tea parties or just sit and listen. She was always there for 3:00 a.m. phone calls from the fields during harvest or a shoulder to cry on when life was rough. She stood by everyone—a rock in the storm. She will be greatly missed by all the people she touched during her life. She leaves behind many family and friends. Although she has gone ahead to heaven to build a house for her family, she will not be forgotten. Her life touched the hearts and souls of everyone she met.
Angie leaves behind three daughters, Shana Klick of Anthony, Kansas, Cherrie Lembke of Thompson, North Dakota and Shelley Warren of Vacaville, California. She will be greatly missed by her grandchildren, Jennifer Muhlbaier of Phoenix, Arizona, Amber Clements of Cherokee, Chris Muhlbaier of Cherokee, Kiley Klick of Anthony, Kansas, Brianna and Britney Lembke of Thompson, North Dakota, Lilly Hawkins of Wichita, Kansas and her newest joy, Zoe, her first great grandchild. Dwight Lembke, Cherrie’s husband and Matt Warren, Shelley’s husband were the sons she always wanted.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Marvie and Leo Schnakenberg; her in-laws and her son-in-law, Jerry Klick, with whom she shared a very special relationship. Her greatest joy was being surrounded by family and friends.
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