John E. Snyder

Birth Date: 
Saturday, November 17, 1951
Date of Passing: 
Thursday, December 10, 2020

WOOSTER – John E. Snyder, 69, of Wooster passed away on Thursday, December 10, 2020 at his home.

He was born November 17, 1951 in Wooster the son of Jack and Maybelle Firebaugh Snyder.  He married Jeannine McDonough on August 9, 2003.  She survives.

He had worked as a concrete finisher.  He loved to ride horses and enjoyed home construction.  John had built his own home and had just completed putting a deck on the house this past summer.  He enjoyed long rides in the car and he like to put a smile on his wife, Jeannine’s face.  He was a member of the American Quarter Horse Association.

Surviving in addition to his wife is his step-children Cheryl Boley and Shawna Blackwell; grandchildren Noelle, Alyssa and Kristen, great-grandson Hudson Grey; siblings Roy “Butch” Snyder, Jackie Teter; aunts Jessie, Pearl, Jeannette and Janet and his dog Gigi

He was preceded in death by his parents, a son Brandon J. Snyder and sisters Barb Bower and Ruth Barnett.

There will be no calling hours or services.

McIntire, Bradham & Sleek Funeral Home, 216 E. Larwill St., Wooster is assisting the family.

Online condolences may be left for the family at www.mcintirebradhamsleek.com.

 

Visitation: 

No calling hours

Service: 

No funeral services

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My deepest sympathy to Johns family & friends.I grew up & went to school with John & his sister's.He was always a fun fellow,& a very caring spirit.He always drew horses in grade school.Gone way too soon.So sorry to learn of his passing.

You have my deepest condolences. He was a good friend and cousin

RIP John

Sincere condolences to the family.
We were neighbors on Buckeye Street years ago.

Sincere and heartfelt condolences to John's family. I have many nice memories of John when we were kids. I am so sorry to read of his passing.

Sincere condolences for your loss, Jeannine. Praying for you.

My sympathy to Butch and the rest of the family. John was a Holmesville boy who played ball, rode bike around town and made friends and good memories. We will keep you alive by remembering the good times/we had. Rest easy John.

Thank you for giving me memories of you with Brannon. You were always there for him and I know he and was waiting at heavens door. You were a kind man. Condolences to your family. Ride on....

I just love and miss my Uncle John so very much. I can't express the sadness I feel in my heart this season. Prayers and love for my Aunt Jeannine. Much love!

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