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Tricia-Rose Winstead Snyder Webster, 47, of Mansfield, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, August 22, 2015, at her residence.

Tricia was born on December 3, 1967 in Detroit, MI, to Charles D. Winstead, Jr., and Patricia L. Snyder. She had previously been employed by TRW Canister and Explosives in Romeo, MI and enjoyed spending time with her family, and her beloved feline and canine “children”. She was a published poet and earned many awards, medals, and trophies for her writings and many ribbons and medals for professional dog showing.

She is survived by her parents; three half-brothers, Rodney Winstead of Florida, John Winstead of Nevada, and Charles Winstead of Texas; her grandmother, Alice Bell of California; her aunt and uncle, Karen and Sid Boughton; many aunts and uncles of California; and several cousins, nieces and nephews in Michigan.

Tricia was preceded in death by her grandfather, Frederick E. Snyder, Jr.; her grandmother, Doris Ann Carlson; and many aunts and uncles in Michigan.

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The family will be observing private services at a later date.

Werner-Gompf Funeral Services, ltd, is handling the arrangements.

Online condolences may be made at www.wernergompf.com.

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