After hearing her story, workers with Samaritan's Purse, who have helped hundreds of families in the wake of the tornado, stepped in to help.
With the house less than halfway finished, volunteers came from across the country to work on Snider's new home.
Samaritan's Purse case worker Dan Helmich says the best part of his job is when people get keys to their new homes.
"We get to celebrate with them that they are getting their life back together," Helmich explains. "There life is moving in a forward direction again."
Snider was working on Rangeline the day the tornado came through and helped more than 20 customers stay safe as the storm came straight for her.
"There are still good people in the world. People that want to help," Snider said. "People that don't even know you are willing to lay down everything for you, and it's amazing. It changes the way you feel about everything."