Clarence J. Snyder

Born: Tue., May 30, 1944
Died: Mon., Apr. 20, 2020

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Clarence J. (Snorkie) Snyder, 75, of Warren, passed away on Monday, April 20, 2020, at home. Clarence was born on May 30, 1944, in Brookville, PA, to the late Clarence J. Sr. and Ethel (Bockoras) Snyder. Clarence was employed at the United Refinery and also served in the U.S. Navy. After retirement, he worked as a lifeguard at the Warren YMCA. Clarence enjoyed cooking, gardening and he adored his two cats, Sophia and Alexis. He loved his family and enjoyed spending time with them. Clarence is survived by his loving wife, Linda (Nero) Snyder; his children, Shawn (Jill) Snyder, of Denton, N.C. and Amy (Michael) Lueck, of Las Vegas, Nevada; a grandson, John Harriman, of Shippensburg; and several nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by his sister, Janet Owen. The family has asked that memorial donations be made to PAWS Along the River Humane Society, 212 Elm St, Warren, PA 16365.

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Bruce Gardner
   Posted Thu April 23, 2020
It was my pleasure to have known,and worked with Snork for many years at the United Refinery Lab. He was a character and always kept us entertained with his unique humor. He was my mentor when I first started at the lab, and was always patient and kind in his teaching. We spent many hours talking computers, He will truly be missed. Praying for Linda and her family through this difficult time.

Lara Larson
   Posted Fri April 24, 2020
It was such a happy day to see you both in January as we were all waiting to see the doctor, and I was encouraged to see that John was still as full of life as ever. I will continue to treasure that day. "Snorkie"'s sense of irreverent humor and kindness was a balm to my soul during many hard days at work. Some people just make the world a happier place through their existence, and he was one of those people. Rod's and my hearts go out to you, Linda and to your children. When the irises bloom, I always think of you both.

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