Isabella Kay Sneed, 18, of North Platte passed away July 9, 2021 at Great Plains Health.

Isabella was born July 25, 2002 in North Platte to Scott and Chandra (Starr) Sneed.

She grew up in North Platte and attended North Platte High School. She was the oldest of three daughters. Isabella adored being a big sister to Jillian and Emily and loved them both fiercely.

With her warrior attitude, Isabella ultimately won her battle against Type 1 diabetes. She often referred to herself as a “dia-badass” and was always happy and always trying to make everyone laugh.

She loved her “dad jokes” so much, she would tell the same jokes often, even if she was the only one laughing. Isabella was very nostalgic; she loved all kinds of music and movies from before her time.

She was a huge fan of Marvel, DC, and Disney movies. Isabella was a talented artist. She loved to draw her own superheroes, write her own books, as well as poetry.

Overall, Isabella had a huge heart and so much love for her family.

Isabella is survived by her parents, Scott and Chandra Sneed; sisters, Jillian and Emily Sneed; grandparents, Jamie Sloggett, Mike (Sheila) Sneed; great-grandparents, Nana & Papa Fisher, Nancy Wardyn; uncles, Scotty Sloggett, Tigger Mora, Tony (Rey) Starr; aunts, Amy Sneed, Brittany Steady; cousins, Austin (Kylie Collins) Sneed; best friend, Malaky Johnston; along with numerous honorary aunts and uncles.

She is preceded in death by her grandfather, Doug McIntosh; great-grandfathers, Johnny Wardyn, Deward McIntosh, and James Sloggett; great-grandmother, Bonnie Sloggett; and great uncles, Thomas Wardyn and Jerry Sneed.

A funeral service will be held Wednesday, July 21 at 2 p.m. at Grace Community Bible Church with Rev. Mike Wing officiating. Family requests casual dress. A “last ride” will take place immediately following the service; riders are welcome to bring their bikes. Visitation will be held Tuesday, July 20 from noon-6 p.m. with family receiving friends from 4-6 p.m. at Adams & Swanson Funeral Home, which is in charge of arrangements.

Memorials are suggested to the funeral home to assist the family with final expenses. Online condolences may be shared at

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