April 17,1931-February 1, 2023
Phyllis Jean (Propp) Snodgrass, 91was born in Casper Wyoming to Phillip Propp Jr. and Mary Alice Hanson Propp, the eldest eldest of five children. She was raised in Casper, attended Grant school and Natrona County High School. On April 21, 1951 she married her forever sweetheart George William (Bill) Snodgrass. They made their lives together on the Goose Egg Ranch west of Casper. After Bills’ passing in 2012 Phyllis remained at the ranch until 2019 moving to Mountain Plaza Assisted Living.
Phyllis was known to welcome folks into her home for a cup of coffee and a slice of the best cherry pie you’ve ever tasted, a cookie jar that was never empty and a meal if you were hungry. The hired hands never went hungry.
Somedays she could be found in the field putting up hay, in the yard tending flowers, painting a scene or bringing lemonade to hired help. She was an active member of the Natrona County Cowbells for many years also enjoying her friends in the coffee group, bridge club and artifact hunting when time allowed. She was always involved in her kids sports and rodeo activities. Phyllis loved to laugh.
Phyllis is preceded in death by her parents, beloved husband (Bill), son (Mike), brothers Gary Propp, Lee Propp sister Emily Singer and son in law Rod Stalkup. Phyllis is survived by daughter, Laura Stalkup, Casper WY, son, George William (Billy) Snodgrass Jr. Dubois WY, grandchildren, Emmy Jenson, Brent Stalkup, Kyle Stalkup, Matlynn Snodgrass and Augusta Snodgrass. Five great grandchildren and her youngest sister Linda Galloway.
A celebration of her life will be held on June 22 at 2 pm at Bustards Funeral Home in Casper. The family requests that memorials in her honor be made to Jason’s Friends Foundation.