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Jennifer Jane Sawyer

Jennifer Jane Sawyer Jennifer Jane Sawyer, 35, passed away Thursday, March 19, 2020 at her home surrounded by her loving family. She was a life-long resident of the Green River/Rock Springs area. Ms. Sawyer was born on Saturday, November 10, 1984; the daughter of Selden Snyder and Gwen Miller. She graduated from Green River High School with the class of 2003. Above all we give thanks for the life of a woman who touched the lives of many. The Unique, extraordinary and irreplaceable Jennifer Sawyer whose beauty, both internal and external will never be extinguished from our minds. Jennifer was kind, loyal, and a fun-loving woman. She never met a stranger and was always willing to lend her advice and wisdom. She never missed an opportunity to let people know that she cared. She spent hours at a time sharing stories and giving wise words to those who needed to hear it. Jennifer was very outgoing, Social and Artistic. She loved going to church, bible studies, fishing, camping, traveling, cooking, spending time with her friends and family and being creative in any form. Jennifer was dedicated and involved in many recovery programs. She had a mission to lead as many as she could to Jesus Christ. Jennifer was a Sunday school teacher, very involved in her church and her faith. Her contagious smile gave many people hope. Jennifer Sawyer’s heart was enormous and loving. She never complained even through her darkest hours, she continued to help others, take care of her children, and gave thanks to God for the life she was so grateful for. Survivors include her parents Gwen Miller, Lee Scritchfield, Selden Snyder and wife Nicole , Two sons; Isaiah Still, Paxtyn Still, one daughter; Faith Still, four brothers; Jacob Snyder, Triston Snyder, Jeremiah Byrne, Johnathan Lemarter, four sisters; Savannah Balizan and husband Patrick, Amy Scritchfield and significant other Jason Deher, Shonna Snyder, Tearea Lemaster and significant other Vanzel White, as well as several nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and many cousins. She was preceded in death by william and Jane Laws, Anthony and Janette Meese, John and Gail Laws, Dorothy Laws, Pheobie and Seldon Sr. Snyder, Shane Snyder, and Megan Snyder, a great nephew Kyle. Following cremation a Celebration of Life will be held at a later Date. Condolences may be left at www.foxfh.com

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You have been on my mind all week...I keep thinking about how this world just isnt right without your kindness your strength and your love for god. Ill never forget you. Some of us leave lasting empacts on others for life. Thank you for always being so kind to me. For always keeping in touch through the years and for being a rare light the world so badly needs.

Tashatoon Toon Mar 22 2020 2:35 PM

A candle was lit in memory of Jennifer Sawyer

Angie Failoni Mar 22 2020 11:15 AM

With all our love sweetheart : Aunt Rhonda, Cousin Asia & Husband Pak, Cousin Shay, Cousin Kayson & Cousin Beckett :heart: RIP Jennifer, you will always be in our hearts...

Rhonda L. Snyder Mar 22 2020 11:13 AM

Such a sweet beautiful soul! Love u dear friend!

Robin Mar 22 2020 12:27 AM

Jennifer exuded kindness. She was an inspiring and amazingly strong person and a loving mother. She was genuinely and authentically herself and shared her light with everyone around her.

Theresa Morrison Mar 21 2020 9:11 PM

I had the privilege of working with her and I learned so much from her. She definitely was a beautiful soul and Im so sad she is gone so young. I will miss you Jennifer and I rejoice in your freedom and no more pain.

cindy netherton Mar 21 2020 7:47 PM

A candle was lit in memory of Jennifer Sawyer

Barb Wonnacott Mar 21 2020 3:59 PM

Jennifer was a remarkable women who will leave behind a legacy for other women to always show compassion, courage, strength and love. I am so honored to have know her and I will never forget her beautiful soul. Prayers and strength for her family and all those who have loved her and knew her. From the Fellbaum family.

Carri Fellbaum Mar 21 2020 3:01 PM