Todd M. Snoddy

Birth Date: 
Saturday, March 23, 1968
Date of Passing: 
Thursday, May 5, 2022

Todd Michael Snoddy, 54, of Wooster passed away on Thursday, May 5, 2022 at Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio after a courageous battle with Leukemia with his wife and son by his side.

Todd was born on March 23, 1968 in Wooster to Larry and Shirley (Burnside) Snoddy.  On June 10, 1995 Todd was married to his loving wife Tracy of 26 years and are the parents of cherished son Trenton.  Parenting their son and enjoying his activities provided many memorable and exciting hours as a family.

He graduated from Wooster High School in 1986, he played both team soccer and on the Wooster golf team that went to the 1985 state tournament.  He was in marching and symphonic band that performed in Washington D.C. and qualified for the international competition in Canada.  In 1987, he attended the Joe Brinkman Umpire School in Cocoa, Florida.  He had a minor league offer, instead he chose to umpire at the high school and collegiate level.

Todd’s love of sports and volunteerism began when he was young.  He played various sports and helped maintain local baseball fields.  When his son Trenton started playing sports he continued to help with fields and coached many of his son’s teams, including Wooster Edge Soccer, Wooster Youth Baseball, Wooster Golden Gloves.

He worked at Wooster Hydrostatics where he enjoyed working for the past 16 years.  Previously he worked at Buehler’s for 20 years while also working at the Wooster Country Club.

He enjoyed watching sports especially the Cleveland Indians, Cleveland Browns and Ohio State Buckeyes.  His other interests were 80’s music, history, government, flying RC planes, golfing, Nascar races and playing in the WHS alumni band.  In past years he was a disc jockey for multiple events and played taps for Veterans Memorial Services.

Surviving in addition to his wife Tracy, and son Trenton Snoddy of home, are his parents Larry and Shirley Snoddy of Wooster; Brother Brian (Mattie Betts) Snoddy of New Albany; Aunts/Uncles Cindy Burnside, Janet (William) Daly, Gary (Paula) Snoddy, late Charles (Janet) Snoddy, Carol (Bob) Denning, Bonnie Miller. Mother-in-law Barb (Randy) Karlen of Big Prairie; late Father-in-law James (Ginny) Spitler of Shreve; Sisters-in-law April (Todd) Mitchell of Wooster, and Jennifer Spitler; Nieces/Nephews Tyler & Autumn Billings, Jordan & Andrea Lehman, Alyssa Spitler; and numerous cousins and friends.  He was preceded by his grandparents William and Ruth (Rose) Burnside, Glenn and Miriam (Runkle) Snoddy.

The family extends sincere thanks to the oncology and transplant team at the Cleveland Clinic for many years of quality care.

Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, May 11, 2022 at 1:00 PM at McIntire, Bradham & Sleek Funeral Home, 216 E. Larwill St., Wooster.  Interment will follow in Wooster Cemetery.

Friends will be received on Tuesday from 6:00-8:00 PM at the funeral home.

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

Visitation: 

Friends will be received on Tuesday from 6:00-8:00 PM at the funeral home.

Service: 

Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, May 11, 2022 at 1:00 PM at the funeral home.

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Rest in peace my friend. I remember you from high school and you were a good dude.

To the entire Snoddy Family. You have our Deepest Sympathy.

So sorry to hear this… Prayers and thoughts are with you at this time. Cherish the memories.

Prayers and hugs for all of the Snoddy family!

Tracy, I'm so sorry to hear about Todd. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your son.

We are so sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

I have nothing but good memories of you, cousin. I wish i didn't live 3,000 miles away, i'm sure we would have enjoyed many more laughs, and many more golf games. And of course, you could have called your brother "Squigman" a few more times. You will be remembered and missed dearly, and i will always remember the few times we got to share with each other. May your journey into heaven be a pleasant one..

To the entire Snoddy family I extend my condolences and offer many prayers.

Todd thank you for being the greatest of a roll model to my son and so many young men you was a good friend and i will amways cherish our football season you kip and i shared with such a great group of young men RIP BROTHER ❤

Dear Shirley and Larry -my very deepest sympathy to you and your family for your loss. May he rest in peace . you are in my thoughts and prayers

Thoughts and prayers to Tracy and Trenton. Todd was a wonderful man and coach to my son Max at Wooster Edge Soccer. He will be missed.

Shirley,Larry and Brian. My sincere sympathy to all of Todds family. I remember him best as a nice little boy at Kean. I know he is playing in that big band up in heaven. I remember he played a special piece of music at church for my Dad. Rest in piece Todd.

Byron and Family-sorry for your loss. Words cannot express how sorry we are for your loss. Prayers of healing for all!

Snoddy family, I am so sorry to read about Todd's passing. I enjoyed having coach him during his hot stove baseball days and later umpiring with him. He was such a likeable kid and so easy going. I feel so sorry for your family.

Tracy and Trenton, I’m so sorry to learn of Todd’s passing. We shared a lot of memories over the years of our baseball umpiring. You’re family is in our thoughts and prayers. RIP Todd!

My condolences to the entire Snoddy family.Todd was a First Class Individual with a very pleasing personality and a Gem to work with. I will forever remember our time we spent working together on the night shift. We shared a common interest in music. Great classic 70's and 80's music filled the air nightly, powering us through the night making the job more enjoyable and keeping us going strong until morning. Rest easy my friend and I will keep the music playing for us!

My condolences to the entire Snoddy family. Todd was a First Class Individual with a very pleasing personality and was a Gem to work with. I will forever remember our time we spent working together on the night shift. we shared a common interest in music. Great classic 70's and 80's music filled the air nightly, powering us through the night making the job more enjoyable and keeping us going strong until morning. Rest easy my friend and I will keep the music playing for us!

I worked many years with Todd at Buehlers. He was so onery,but was a good worker. He would come up front just to talk and pick on me, but I loved every minute of it. We could always talk sports and I was glad he kept that passion. May special memories comfort the family.

Dear Byron & Family, most sincere condolences. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

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