His little sister Beth usually wasn't far behind . More. Get current address, cell phone number, email address, relatives, friends and a lot more. Please accept Echovita’s sincere condolences. Plant a tree to honor the memory of your loved one. He was a draw bench operator for 32 years at Cambridge-Lee, last working on August 12 th.Brad started bartending at Jack’s Pub and later worked as a shipper for Lentz Milling and Luden’s Candy. A death notice completed by the family and of which all the information is confirmed and correct. So Sorry to hear of Brad's passing, I worked with him ad ADP. Content approved and certified by a member of the Echovita supervisory team. Klee Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Inc. Bryan and John playing guitar around the fire.I had great memories of those times. Family and friends can send flowers and condolences in memory of the loved one. Wonderful memories of fun times spent at Camp with Brad over many years. Our hearts go out to Debbie and the kids. Rest in peace ole Friend. He was an avid boater, a determined fisherman, a downhill skier, and enjoyed cheering on Michigan football. Dear Snyders, I’m so very sorry for your loss. Brad W. Snyder, 60, of Reading, passed away August 12, 2020 at Penn State Health – St. Joseph. Pinterest. Tim/Matt...I only met your Dad a few times, so I cannot say that I knew what sort of man he was, but I have seen you two evolve into productive, loving family men. He was ALWAYS A TRUE, Share to let others add their own memories and condolences. Brad and I worked together for over 18 years. Brad enjoyed the outdoors and nature, where he always found beauty in the smallest details of everyday life. To Plant Memorial Trees in memory, please visit our. He was loved and cherished by many people including : his parents, Charles Robert and Cheryl E. McKeehan Snyder; his wife Sherri Holt of Memphis, Missouri; his sons, Brandon (Charlotte Holt) and Brad Holt (Kelsey Justice); his grandmother Ann Kemp of Kirksville, Missouri; his siblings, Darin (Lisa Lowe), Shannon (Tonya Snyder), Stephania (Kevin Bass), Terra Pickett of Columbia and Shelly (Rob Spain); his grandchildren, Lily, Ava Holt, Hunter, Myah Holt and Daxton Robinson; his uncle Gary Davis of Kirksville, Missouri; and his aunt Connie Snyder of Marion. RIP Brad. Would you like to offer Stacy Snyder’s loved ones a condolence message? I can't imagine the hole this leaves in your heart and world. Geno kraczon and wife, Share to let others add their own memories and condolences. ❤. Email. ANNAPOLIS, Md. We sat and listened to some of their music then head home . He was loved and cherished by many people including : his parents, Charles Robert and Cheryl E. McKeehan Snyder; his wife Sherri Holt of Memphis, Missouri; his sons, Brandon (Charlotte Holt) and Brad Holt (Kelsey Justice); his grandmother Ann Kemp of Kirksville, Missouri; his siblings, Darin (Lisa Lowe), Shannon (Tonya Snyder), Stephania (Kevin Bass), Terra Pickett of Columbia and Shelly (Rob Spain); his … Please allow 24 hours for your entry to be reviewed for appropriate content. Hanging out with Brad and Debbie was sure to be a fun time with lots of laughs! Brad W. Snyder, 60, of Reading, passed away August 12, 2020 at Penn State Health – St. Joseph. Have not seen him since but have very fond and funny memories of him. (54 years old). Plant a tree to honor the memory of your loved one. I am so sorry for your heart break Kathy, and to all Brads family. He was a great guy. Brad will be greatly missed by his loving wife of 37 years, Debbie Snyder; as well as his children Robin Gaus and her husband Andrew Gaus, Rachelle Snyder, and Ryan Snyder; as well as his grandson Charlie Gaus. Funeral arrangement under the care ofMemphis Funeral Home LLC, Memphis Funeral Home 378 S Market St, Memphis, MO 63555. RIP, Friend. Snyder, Brad 12/17/1951 - 12/1/2019 Ypsilanti Brad passed away peacefully at his home on December 1. Keeping me and Beth out of trouble, keeping us on our toes and cigarettes out of our mouth! Brad Snyder won Paralympic Gold and will soon see his story play out on the big screen By Diana Pearl. With heavy hearts, we announce the death of Stacy Snyder (Memphis, Missouri), born in Kirksville, Missouri, who passed away on October 15, 2020 at the age of 54. There are no additional photos for Stacy Snyder at this time. He was a draw bench operator for 32 years at Cambridge-Lee, last working on August 12. I have several great memories of playing cards, boating, dominoes and drinking wine or cider. Guest Book sponsored by Klee Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Inc. FB Tweet. Naval Academy graduate and retired explosive ordnance disposal officer, speaks to the N.J. Devils hockey team in Memorial Hall at the U.S. He was a 1978 graduate of Reading High School where he played drums in the marching band. I. He grew up at Reading Moravian Church where he participated in the Cub Scouts, the Boy Scouts, and the Reading Moravian Youth. His time was too short on this earth, but it was a meaningful and fulfilling one. May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. Surviving in addition to his mother is his fiancé of 27 years, Kathy D. Cooper, his sons–Matthew W. Snyder fiancé of Alisa L. Martin of Laureldale, Timothy H. Snyder companion of Kelsey L. Lonaberger of Leesport, Kathy’s son–Donald Cooper, Jr. of Wescosville, his siblings–Beth A. wife of Ronald M. Hufford of Shillington, Bryan D. husband of Judithanne Snyder of Robesonia, Bruce D. husband of Tracy Snyder of Wernersville, his grandchildren–Logan, Karoelyce, Lillian, Ella and Meiya, and his nieces–Katelyn, Lauren and Emily. Brad struggled for many years with myelofibrosis, and in lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in honor of Brad Snyder to the MPN Research Foundation 180 N Michigan Avenue, Suite 1870, Chicago, IL 60601. A unique and lasting tribute for a loved one. Brad, Bryan, Danny, Chris, Cindy, Denise, Beth, Dino, Kup. Worked with Brad at AATA for many years . Brad and I were in the RHS Marching Band together for a couple of years and were also part of the Bus #2 crowd. Please remember Brad by contributing to the Humane Society of Berks County, 1801 N. 11th St., Reading, PA 19604, or the Reading Buccaneer Alumni Association, c/o Don Kline, 2526 Cleveland Ave, West Lawn, PA 19609. Brad thanks for being like another big brother in my youth! Published in Reading Eagle from Aug. 15 to Aug. 16, 2020. https://obits.mlive.com/obituaries/annarbor/obituary.aspx?pid=194635228 Leave a sympathy message to the family on the memorial page of Stacy Snyder to pay them a last tribute. Visitation was held on Saturday, October 24th 2020 from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM at the Memphis Funeral Home (378 S Market St, Memphis, MO 63555). Share Brad's life story with friends and family. Covid-19 guidelines will be followed. Faye would always tell me to come on in they are downstairs , so I would go down with my friends Denise Manmiller and Kelly McDevitt. A funeral service was held on Saturday, October 24th 2020 at 2:00 PM at the same location. We have been part of the Camp family together for a long time and we are feeling a huge loss from Brad's passing. Sending you my thoughts and prayers. Relative and friends may call on Tuesday, August 18, 2020 from 6:00-9:00 p.m. at Klee Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Inc., One East Lancaster Ave., Shillington. Echovita offers a solidarity program that gives back the funds generated to families. Brad W. Snyder, 60, of Reading, passed away August 12, 2020 at Penn State Health – St. Joseph.Born in West Reading, he was a son of Faye E. (Weaver) Snyder of Shillington and the late David M. Snyder. As you once said “Those days in our band Sons of Thor were among the best times of my life”, I whole-heartedly agree! You can add a photo to pay tribute to Stacy Snyder. As the undergraduate college of our country's naval service, the Naval Academy prepares young men and women to become professional officers of competence, character, and … Our prayers are with you each day! Published in Ann Arbor News from Dec. 5 to Dec. 6, 2019. I remember also going to the Snyder home almost every night after we had dinner . Remembering the laughter at Alumni practices and performances. Play on, play on, What a wonderful man and friend.you will be miss so much. A private family memorial service will be held this week, and a celebration of his life will be held on January 25 at 11am at First Presbyterian Church, 1432 Washtenaw Ave, Ann Arbor MI 48104. We're 100% free for everything! Brad was preceded in death by his brother, Mark Snyder; his parents Carl and Mildred Snyder; and his beloved in-laws George and Rosella Robinson. He will be remembered and deeply missed. Born in West Reading, he was a son of Faye E. (Weaver) Snyder of Shillington and the late David M. Snyder. He continued his drumming by playing with the Reading Buccaneers’ Alumni Band and lastly playing trap-set with his brother Bryan’s Band “Sons of Thor”. (Sep. 30, 2019) Brad Snyder, a U.S. Brad was a great friend, I remember MANY good times with him and Brian and Bruce. Brad played baseball and football for the Rising Suns at the 11th & Pike playground. So sorry for to hear this news .Prayers for healing n strength to family n all who knew him..Brad was always a busy hard working man n it showed for all he has done in his life up to his his last day .God must have needed you n gave you your wings .You will be missed n will never be forgotten. Join Facebook to connect with Elyse Snyder and others you may know. I hung out with Brad and Bryan when I was 17 to mid 20's.Hanging out in his cellar after work ,night fishing at Cross Keys and helping The Sons of Thor.The best memory was camping on the Appalachian Trail the first time. I remember growing up the street from Brad and Brad was always the funny kid , but yet he was also a gentle soul . He will surely be missed, he was a great guy, and a great host, we all enjoyed his Italian icee, RIP Brad, Love and Prayers to all the family! i will miss Brad . Love, Missy & Kevin Baker. He will most be remembered for his kind and gentle nature, his random acts of kindness to strangers, his silliness, and living every moment to the fullest. May he rest in eternal peace. The importance of saying "I love you" during COVID-19, Effective ways of dealing with the grieving process, Solutions to show your sympathy safely during the Covid-19 pandemic. Updated November 11, 2015 12:15 PM Advertisement. He was a man of deep faith and member of First Presbyterian Church of Ann Arbor. To the extent that who you've become is a reflection of your father, he was a good man who lives on in you. He had a heart for volunteering with individuals with special needs. My favorite Brad quote “NO SMOKING... out it out!”. Prayers of comfort to all. Brad adored his family, and fittingly was surrounded by all of them at the time of his death. May all our memories give us some comfort. Brad started bartending at Jack’s Pub and later worked as a shipper for Lentz Milling and Luden’s Candy.