Guestbook for Joseph G. Snyder
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Shocked to hear that my childhood friend had passed. My sympathies to the Snyder family.
From Laura Seielstad

8:09 pm - 08/20/19


worked with joe when he was a part time fill in bartender at Bettys sports inn on clinic ct.bummer to see hes gone!!he was a good dude.he done me real good when I was on a rough road.rip joe buddy!!!
From daniel gallaher

2:53 pm - 08/18/19


Love and prayers to you Kristi and family. We will be keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.
From Katie (Osterloo) Morrison

8:41 am - 08/18/19


We are very sorry to hear of Joe's sudden passing. Sending our condolences to Joe's wife, brothers,children and grandkids. We shared many family get togethers. Going on the weekly grocery shopping trips to Bonanza with aunt Helen, my mom and the cousins was a fond memory. Lots of Burke family picnics also. Rest in peace Joe.
From Theresa(Pierce) and Angie Nielsen

10:08 am - 08/16/19


After so many years of friendship it's hard to say good bye in a few words. Things we'll always remember: Hanging out after work with the Dad (Dick Haller) and the gang at Hillside back in the late 80's and 90's. Say hello to Rick , Dad, Ole and Bubba for us. Rescuing Rosie the lab on a cold winter night "Did she bite you? Do you need my gloves?" We don't believe we've ever seen you laugh so hard than when that happened , OR any time you told the story after! Give a pat on the head to Rosie, Abby, AJ, Buster Brown and both Jacks for us. Having 4-5 Chocolate Labs running around the yard when we got together- Jack, Buster, Cassie and Ollie and Jack Playing euchre or card golf or Wii on Fridays or Saturdays (or both!) Listening to classic Casey Kasum top 40's from the 80's and trying to guess what was number 1. The countless, endless projects you and Todd worked on together- our house, your house, yards and cars. Thank you for all your help. The day you took out our garage thermometer with the basketball and we mounted a paper plate in place of it with "HOT" written on it in sharpie. (it looked bare without SOMETHING). Sunday golf with Todd and/or the gang from Betty's. Hanging in the garage with you and Kristi when Gordy or Mark Pretasky would stop by, never a dull moment, always a story to listen to - say hello from us. These are but a few of the many many memories to cherish. You will be greatly missed but never forgotten in our hearts. Rest in Peace, old friend. Love, Julie and Todd Clipper
From Julie and Todd Clipper

8:13 am - 08/16/19