roy snyder obituary

Roy was a member of the First Church of Christ in Cadiz; a retired farmer and ''B'' Shovel operator for Hanna Coal Company; UMWA; and was an avid fisherman. The family moved to Jersey City, New Jersey in 1963. I also had the chance to work for him. He was born in Weiser, Idaho on August 30, 1932. Roy Allen Snyder May 4, 1929 - January 15, 2017 (87 years old) He taught his craft with passion and inspired students to learn needed skills and be able to do things for themselves. In 1951, he enlisted in the Army where he served his country until 1956. Roy would do anything in his power to assist and make something work. On Thursday, December 3, Carroll Roy Snyder, loving husband of Susan Boyle Snyder, passed away at age 77 in Jupiter, Florida. I owe my livelihood to Mr. Snyder as I have been working at a cabinet shop located in Doylestown, PA. for the past 37 years. He was always the voice of reason when the three of us were staying late to either set up or clean up after the event. He was a great teacher and my brother and I still have furniture in perfect shape that was built during his classes. He tried to win the battle, but they beat him down. He was born Oct. 4, 1927 in Camden, N.J., a son of the late Roy … He was 92.He was born Oct. 4, 1927 in Camden, N.J., a son of the late Roy … Funeral services by Flanner and Buchanan Funeral Center Market Street. He was born on January 28, 1961 in Winslow, Arizona to the late Ralph and Doris (Sarver) Rike. RIP Mr. Snyder. He moved to Florida in high school with his grandmother and, after she died, lived with the Gibbs family. He was born on September 10, 1940 to Matt and Edna Snyder in Aberdeen. He brought out, coaxed out, the woodworking skills I had inside, and grew my love for wood and making something from nothing. As a graduate of the class of 1989 at Hatboro Horsham - I have to admit Mr. Snyders classes were my favorite. He was a great guy and he really taught me a lot not just about building cabinetry but about life. Roy was employed as a truck driver from which he retired. Right now, Roy Snyder lives in Mount Joy, PA. I worked with Susan and Roy on Everglades Day as I am the U.S. He served in the US Navy from Feb. 4, 1944 to May 28, 1946. Roy is survived by his beloved wife, Susan Boyle Snyder and his sister-in-law Karen Boyle. We have fond memories of Roy and Sue stopping to visit us in New Jersey as they often ventured across the US. He not only taught wood shop but how to work for what you want out of life. I, like hundreds of students that took industrial arts over the years he taught there, have many good, fond memories of the man and his class. Roy Edward Snider Jr., 81, of Arkadelphia, Arkansas, died Saturday, March 14, 2020, at Baptist Medical Center in Little Rock. He volunteered many hours in support of the Audubon Society’s Everglades Day. Roy M. Snyder Jr. of Ottsville, Pa. passed away Sunday, May 31, 2020, in Doylestown Hospital. On Feb. 14, 1989, she married the love of her life, Roy A. Snyder Sr. Joy was a 1971 graduate of Shikellamy High school. He enjoyed hunting and fishing when he was younger, loved fixing things, auctions and bringing cool things that he found back to his family. Roy and Sue attended Pat and Emil's 50th wedding anniversary with Tom and Karen in New Jersey. He also enjoyed his work as a docent at the Loggerhead Marinelife Center. For details, email: betts.brown@gmail.com. For more than 30 years, Roy was a mold maker having retired from Core Molding in Hilliard. Searching obituaries is a great place to start your family tree research. I always loved hearing about their adventures and used to say to myself -- "When I grow up, I want to be like Roy and Susan."

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