Condolences for Alyssa Rae (Snow) Horning
Words cannot express my sadness. Praying for our family fir strength, comfort and healing at this time.
From Carol Westbrook
Mary Jo, my thoughts are with you and yours during this time.
From Casey Tobin
Mary Jo, please accept my deepest sympathies for your loss. We never expect to have to bury our children but unfortunately life takes it's own path at times. Take comfort in God's saving grace and promise of everlasting life through His son Jesus. I've never had the opportunity to meet her but boy does she resemble you!!! That same Kiszka smile that lights up a room has strong genes. Take time to mourn and take time to celebrate the gift of 26 years you had with her. I'll be praying for God's peace to fill you and your family.
From Bruce Dalfonso
Dear Hornings and Snows. My love and thoughts to your extended families. I'm so sorry for your loss.
From Betsy Morgan
Regretfully I will not be able to attend the services for Alyssa. I am so very sorry for your loss.
I worked with Alyssa at the Madison Buckle. I truly enjoyed working with Alyssa and I will miss her beautiful smile and her singing! She was a joy to be around. I am blessed to have known such an amazing spirit.
Prayers of peace and strength and love to you all.
From Tammy Bates
Jacob, John and Mary Jo,
My heart aches for you all. What I remember most vividly about Alyssa is that huge smile. However, the minute she stepped on the mound, she was all business. That long ponytail just tickled me! The faster it wipped around when she turned her head, the more aggressive she threw.
Jacob, you were always such a big supporter of her softball playing and never made her feel that she couldn't be feminine and a badass at the same time. Although, John, I think if any boy at the time had made her choose between softball or being a girlfriend, the decision would have been easy for her.
Her senior picture has hung on the wall of every office and classroom I have occupied since I left Onalaska High. I tell my current pitchers stories about Snow. Mary Jo, our children make us parents, and there are a handful of players that make you a coach. Thank you for trusting me when it came to coaching your daughter. I am a better human having had her in my life.
From Kalista R Richardson
I am so sorry to hear about the loss for your family. I was Alyssa’s sixth grade teacher as well as Christopher’s. I adored these two and think about them frequently. I met Alyssa again at the Rivoli and barely recognized her, but she still demonstrated her charm and outgoing personality. She was always such a delight. I am so glad she was part of my life during her middle school years.
From Katherine Kern
Our sincere sympathy to all.
From Mark and Audrey Vinz
Jeannie and I would like to extend our heartfelt prayers and sympathy to all the family. We, as parents should never have to lay to rest our children, yet when God needs angels in his kingdom of heaven, we reluctantly give up our dreams of legacy, here on earth, with the knowledge and comfort that our beautiful children will not be forgotten.
Jeff and Jeannie Nylander
From Jeff and Jeannie Nylander
I went to school with Alyssa back at Onalaska high school. I will always remember how kind she was to me.
Once a HILLTOPPER ALWAYS A HILLTOPPER
Class of 2011
From Jacob Noblitt
Remembering Alyssa with always a smile on her face and very eager and ready for the next event at school. Very upbeat and always at her best. Sweet and kind to everyone. Also so close she was with her brother Chris who graduated with Joel. I, Donna remember seeing her and Jake walking hand in hand down hallway and being very respectful and loving to each other always. Jake graduated with Eve. So sorry and god bless her and her family from all of us.Mit3DU
From donna & steve viner, eve viner, joel viner
As a mother of a son who suffers from an alcohol addiction, I feel your pain. I am thankful to you and the family for addressing this sad issue by your memorial designation. we need to get rid of the stigma. Blessings, Dee
From Dee Paqué
Words cannot express how saddened we are by your loss. Please accept our heart felt sympathies.
From Bob and Marcy Olson
Several years ago, my sister and I babysat for Alyssa and her brother, Christopher. On one such occasion, I remember finding her on top of the bathroom countertop, meowing... She was pretending she was a cat that had jumped up there.... That is the way I will remember her, as a little girl who playfully pretended she was a cat.
Sorry very sorry for the loss of your beloved daughter, sister, and wife. You are in my prayers.
From Andrea (Thompson) Teska
We are so very sorry to hear about your loss. We will keep all of you in our thoughts and prayers.
From Connor Korish
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this very difficult time. May you all experience the peace and comfort that only comes from our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
From Carol and Don Herzog
Sending prayers to all of you for your loss.
From The Conniff Family