Fred Snyder, Jr.
February 10, 1930 - December 13, 2015
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Fred Snyder, Jr.  Virginia Beach – Maj. Fred Snyder, Jr., USMC, Ret., passed away on December 13, 2015. He was born to the late Fred and Gladys Adams Snyder on February 10, 1930 in Bridgeport, WV. Ted graduated from BHS in 1947 and joined the USMC from high school. He was a recruiter in Huntington,…

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Rebecca Bray left a message on February 2, 2016:
Dear Jan, I was so very sorry to hear about Fred's passing. I know what you are going through. We are all thinking of you and your family in this time of grief.
Robert HERD left a message on December 23, 2015:
Dear Jan, Jo and I send our deepest condolences. You may remember we were neighbors in Pensacola. Fred and I served together as flight instructors at Whiting Field. And yes, we car-pooled most every day. I sure enjoyed that 30 mile one-way ride -- it was allot of fun and I really liked his 'red' Mustang convertible. Our thoughts and Prayers are with you and family. Bob & JO
Julia Keller left a message on December 17, 2015:
I had the honor of meeting Fred very late in his life – just in the last two years. Needkess to say, he was, physically, little more than the shell of the man he once was. However, in the few meetings I had with him, I learned much about his spirit. It was, as you likely all know, indomitable and very lively. I also learned, from his lovely Wife, Jan, , about the many wonderful years they shared together. As a veteran of the United States Navy, I'm honored to have known Fred. His service to our country, and his love and affection for his wife and family, are so very admirable. Thank you, Fred, and thank you to his family, for allowing me the great honor of knowing him.
Merrillee & Ray Cournoyer left a message on December 16, 2015:
We met the Synder's some years ago and enjoyed many great times together. We are saddened by his passing. God be with all the family during this difficult time. Sincerely Ray & Merrillee
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Tonja and Gary Merryman left a message on December 16, 2015:
Aunt Jan and family my deepest condolences to all of you on your loss. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. If there is anything we can do please let us know. Love to you all. Tonja and Gary.
Katy McClure left a message on December 16, 2015:
I am Ted's sister and so pleased to read your condolence as his neighbor. I paid tribute to my brother on my Facebook page if you would like to read it go to katy mcclure on FB.
jerry farris left a message on December 16, 2015:
I met Fred one summer day a few years ago while I was riding my bike past his house. He was putting his old Sears riding mower up for sale by the road and I stopped to talk with him. First thing I knew we were talking like old friends. He told me things about his life that I would never have expected but which I just knew were true. I only saw him one more time after that, again while I was riding my bike around his neighborhood. He seemed a little slower but still a decent, honest, and not-so-ordinary person. He introduced me to his dog, Sandy and told me about her anal gland problems. I, being a retired veterinarian, was taken into his house and shown around and provided with the things I needed to express Sandy's anal glands. It was the only thing I could do for Fred and I was sorry that that was all. I have thought many times since then about him and been grateful for the brief meeting of minds that we shared. May God bless Fred, his life, his memory, and those who knew and loved him.
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