William A. Snyder

Born: 10/11/1944 Passed:

William A. Snyder, 76, took the hand of Jesus on November 9, 2020. Bill was born in North Canton, Ohio, to the late Arthur and Dorothy Snyder. He carried on his parent’s legacy of love in making life special for everyone around them.

Bill was the proud owner of Snyder Home Improvement for 42 years, making more friends than customers. He considered Faith Family Church his home, attending alongside his family for 30 years. His life’s passion was family and friends, calling each day to check on them. He loved car racing, water skiing, a good home-cooked meal, and keeping himself busy with beautiful projects. He was known for his honesty, integrity, quick wit and being a gentle giant. His legacy of benevolence was to lend a helping hand to ANYONE in need.

Survived by the love of his life, Sharon A. Snyder; his children, Stephanie, (Ian) Shipley, Melanie Moore, Jena, (Ron) Liggett, Jason, (Angel) Snyder, Jennifer Weaver, and Courtney (Chris) Jacobs; fifteen grandchildren; siblings, Darryl, (Joy) Snyder, and sister Barbara Elsass, whom he holds dear to his heart.

One of the few good men who graced this earth, we all aspire to walk in such shoes. We love you, Dad, and we’ll see you real soon. A private “Celebration of Life Service” to be announced. To share a memory, please visit www.heritagecremationsociety.com

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6 Tributes to William A. Snyder

  1. Dan and Joann Weirich says:

    We love you all so much and our prayers are with you.

  2. Gary and Patty Yoho says:

    We send our love and prayers. Bill was a very special gentleman and friend like none-other. So sorry his journey on this side of heaven has ended but we rejoice in his love of our creator. When we visited Faith Family we always looked for that beautiful smile. Thank you for sharing him with us. ❤️

    • Kevin Kumpf says:

      Deeply saddened to hear of Bill’s passing. I have very fond memories of Bill and Sharon over the years, especially during the NARI home shows, many times our booths would be near each other. Truly enjoyed each visit he would have coming into my store and I appreciated his patronage. He was definitely one of the “good” guys! My deepest sympathy to Sharon and the entire Snyder family

    • Sharon says:

      Thank you so much Gary and Patty for your prayers and kind words.

  3. MaryAnne Hohler says:

    The world has lost a wonderful man. Even though I have not been in touch with Bill and his family for a long time, know I will miss him. I’m sure he is enjoying being with his Savior and Art and Dot. I would have loved being there when he and Jesus met in person. What a conservation that must have been! Sharon, my deepest condolences for your loss. Know you and your family are in my prayers.

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