June 30, 1928 - July 27, 2017
Mass of Christian Burial
Friday, August 04, 2017, 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Location : OLPH Catholic Church
4795 Ilchester Road Ellicott City MD, 21043
Friday, August 04, 2017, 11:30 am - 11:45 am
Location : Meadowridge Memorial Park
7250 Washington Blvd Elkridge MD, 21075
Eileen was a great friend for over 60 years. I will truly miss her. Angela
The wonderful Auntie Ei, a loving, funny, outrageous, caring and kind person. I have so many fond memories from Christmases in her home, to playing in the backyard playhouse, to my baby shower, just to name a few. Her laugh and her sense of humor, her kisses and her hugs: these I will miss the most. Love, Susan
Eileen was a friend, neighbor and surrogate mother and grandmother to our family. She made us laugh and was there when we needed comfort. Eileen will be held forever in our hearts. Godspeed, our dear friend, you will be missed. Vicki & Tyde
Lynda Marconi Niles
Eileen, a second cousin, but truly like an Aunt. I have many fond memories of good times with Eileen, Uncle Eddy and my parents, Ray and Maxine (Kenealy) Marconi. I will miss you. Thank you for always being a presence in my life. Rest in peace Eileen.
May the road rise up to meet you. May the wind be always at your back. May the sun shine warm upon your face; the rains fall soft upon your fields and until we meet again, may God hold you in the palm of His hand. All my everlasting love, Marybeth
I have lost a very, very dear friend. I have know her for almost 30 years and she was like a mother to me. I lovingly called her my 'fake' mother. We both always laughed about that. She was the same age that my real mother would have been. Over the years we did a ton of things together, from taking trips to even answering phones at MPT once during a pledge drive. We went to movies, theatre, concerts, and almost everything in-between. I loved her very much and will miss her tremendously but I will have many memories to keep in my heart. Rest in Peace my dear 'mom'.
I always admired Eileen's spunk and her passion for life. She always had a funny story or joke to tell. I will miss Eileen dearly, but I treasure the times that I spent with her. God bless you Eileen - enjoy your new home!
Having had the opportunity to have Eileen in my life for over 30 years makes me one of the lucky ones. Long before I met Eileen I heard stories from Ron about how wonderful she was. Eileen was one of Ron's moms and he loved her very much. And when Ron and I moved to Maryland she welcomed me as a daughter-in-law. I loved sitting in the Autumn Hill Rd kitchen, talking with Eileen while she cooked dinner, laughing all the while. The memories are flooding my mind and the smile on my face is matched by the tears in my eyes. God bless you, Eileen.
Chrissie Pound Green
From the loving stories of her Irish policeman father and handicapped mother to the fun enjoyed in her Baltimore (Catholic) neighborhood to meeting and marrying Eddie to retelling the growing up antics of Marybeth or Gregory to joking with strangers, loving her God, reaching out to all, well the list goes on and on. She coped with numerous health issues, huge loss, great joy and deep faith extraordinarily well. In recent years she's had such wonderful times with the kind Kelly clan and somehow managed to stay in touch with a great variety of adoring friends, always supportive, always real. Hearing her laugh, very often, whenever we met, simply made my day. Nobody like her, so much class and good humor, well, the mold got broken once she was born. True angelic love, on earth, that was Mrs. Snead.
I got to know Mrs Snead when I would visit her son Greg during his illness. We would have wonderful talks, I always admired her openness and zestful personality. God Bless her and her family, I am hoping she is at peace and laughing with Greg!
Chris and Robin Eby
We will always remember Eileen for her humor and kindness. We got to know her through our beings great friends of her late son, Greg Snead. May Eileen rest in peace.
Auntie Ei was amazing woman. I will always remember the holidays and family gatherings spent together when I was a child, will cherish our time together even most recently. She was one of the finest, most loving, people found on this earth. - Michael L.